Green’s Dictionary of Slang

chocolate adj.

1. (also chock) used derog. in ref. to a black person, unless used by a black person.

Anti-Slavery Bugle (New-Lisobon, OH) 5 June 1/3: A few more years of ‘philanthropy’ will render him an excellent ‘colored’ gentleman, and Ohio will exalt in a chocolate-hued Representative.
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 5 Oct. 14/1: Ginger’s dorter / Fiery tart, / Reg’lar snorter, / Broke me heart. // Spliced – instructions – / Lack-a-day! / Naggin’ – ructions – / Got away. / Steer me wide o’ / Such a shroo; / Good off-sider / Old black Loo. / [...] / Kiddies rather / Choco-late, / Call me father, / ’T any rate.
Salt Lake Tribune(UT) 3 Dec. 31/3: There will be no more dark meat in the ring for there is nobody of the chocolate persuason in saght.
[US]Loos & Mahoney [song title] My Sugar-Coated Chocolate Boy.
[US]Broadway Brevities Aug. 22/2: The Earl Carroll Funeral Theatre [...] opened the wings for ‘Strut Miss Lizzie’ a chocolate adumbration imported from the Times Square.
Jim Jam Jems Feb. n.p.: Harlem’s chocolate hordes are wiping off their chins for a night amid the effervescences of the Black Belt.
[US]Lil Hardin Armstrong ‘Brown Gal’ [lyrics] Hmmm, brown gal, / Chocolate gal.
[US]L. Hughes Tambourines to Glory I vi: Chocolate daddy with coconut eyes!
[US]I. Freeman Out of the Burning (1961) 142: You boys know where we can get some nice chocolate tootsie rolls?
[US]R. Abrahams Deep Down In The Jungle 160: So I was walking down Rampail Street, / When two chock whores I chanced to meet.
[US]G. Scott-Heron Vulture (1996) 24: Her nicely built chocolate frame rubbed a part of me that I like to have rubbed.
[US]T.R. Houser Central Sl. 15: chocolate stick A black man’s penis. ‘I tricked with a dude, had a nice chocolate stick.’.
[SA]P. Slabolepszy ‘Boo to the Moon’ in Mooi Street (1994) 134: We racist pigs. We practise chocolate fucken genocide.
[US]N. George ‘Cool vs. Chilly’ in Buppies, B-Boys, Baps and Bohos (1994) 71: Chocolate love men like Big Daddy Kane and Wesley Snipes.
CNN-TV 17 Jan. [TV] Mayor Ray Nagin on Monday called for the rebuilding of a ‘chocolate New Orleans’ that maintains the city’s black majority, saying, ‘You can’t have New Orleans no other way. [...] I don’t care what people are saying Uptown or wherever they are. This city will be chocolate at the end of the day.’.

2. pertaining to the anus, to defecation and, by ext. to homosexuality; in combs. below.

Pertaining to race

In compounds

chocolate baby (n.) [baby n. (7)]

(US) a derog. term for a black person.

[US]N.Y. Eve. Journal 27 Feb. in Fleming Unforgettable Season (1981) 23: The pushball was of infinite interest to the spectators, especially the ‘chocolate babies’ delegation, the darkies rolling over and over [...] in paroxysms of laughter.
[US]G. Henderson Keys to Crookdom 402: Dinge. Negro, smoke, coon, chocolate baby.
[US]Howsley Argot: Dict. of Und. Sl. 13: chocolate baby – a colored girl, preferably negro.
[US]Monteleone Criminal Sl. (rev. edn) 50: chocolate baby A negro girl.
chocolate bar (n.) (also chocolate chip, ...malt, ...smartie)

(US) a derog. term for a black person.

[UK](con. 1930s–50s) D. Wells Night People 117: Chocolate malt. A colored girl.
[UK]A. Bleasdale Scully 179: What do they call a nigger at University? [...] A Chocolate Smartie. Get it?
[US]I.L. Allen Lang. of Ethnic Conflict 46: Color Allusions, Other than ‘Black’ and ‘Negro’: chocolate [...] Other variants are recent and probably ephemeral college slang [...]: chocolate-bar, chocolate-chip, etc., and fudgy, hershey-bar, tootsie-roll, etc.
[US]Bentley & Corbett Prison Sl. 55: Chocolate Bar A black person.
chocolate bunny (n.) [SE bunny + inference of bunny n.1 (3a)]

1. (US) a derog. term for a black person.

[US]D. Lebofsky Lex. of Phila. Metropolitan Area n.p.: Jungle bunny, chocolate bunny, burrhead, hardhead, hammerhead, rughead, nightfighter, spearchucker, hatchethead, rooster.
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular.
[US]W. Terry Bloods (1985) 5: We had a Southerner from Arkansas that liked to call you chocolate bunny and Brillo head. That kind of shit.

2. an attractive black female.

[US]‘Dutch’ ? (Pronounced Que) [ebook] ‘Drama, where you goin’?’ the chocolate bunny on the bed whined. Her dark, naked skin tone glistened.
chocolate city (n.) [-city sfx/SE city]

1. (US) a black ghetto, any concentration of blacks [coined by George Clinton, founder of the funk band Parliament-Funkadelic].

[US]Parliament ‘Chocolate City’ [lyrics] There are a lot of chocolate cities around / We got Newark, we got Gary / Somebody told me we got L.A. / And we’re workin’ on Atlanta.
[US]G. Tate ‘The GOP Throws a Mammy-Jammy’ in Flyboy in the Buttermilk (1992) 103: A young James Brown (ripping up the stage with more manic energy than a chocolate city on gooberdust).
[US]R. Shell Iced 135: [Rap] was slowly catching on across the chocolate cities of the nation.
[US]‘Touré’ Portable Promised Land (ms.) 155: We Words (My Favorite Things) [...] New Jack City. Chocolate City. Soul City.
NPR 17 Apr. [Internet] [of Oakland, CA] The Chocolate City notion — gone, gone, gone [...] There are multiple cultures: chocolate, Vietnamese, you can’t even say Hispanic anymore, it’s Mexican and Salvadoran, Nicaraguan.

2. (US black) Washington D.C.

[US]G. Tate ‘King Sunny Adé’ in Flyboy in the Buttermilk (1992) 58: We don’t call D.C. Chocolate City for nothing.
[US](con. 1970s) G. Pelecanos King Suckerman (1998) 11: ‘Washington, D.C.’ ‘Chocolate City?’ said Clagget.
[US]Simon & Burns ‘All Prologue’ Wire ser. 2 ep. 6 [TV script] How that DC? [...] Chocolate City. I ain’t been there for a while.
[US]S. Ferranti Street Legends n.p.: Wayune ‘Silk’ Perry was the most dangerous gangster ever to walk the streets of Washington, D.C. [...] In Chocolate City it was by any means necessary and Silk took this attitude to new extremes.
chocolate deluxe (n.) [a popular brand of ice-cream]

(US black teen) an attractive, sexy, dark-complexioned black woman.

[US]‘Touré’ Portable Promised Land (ms.) 151: We Words (My Favorite Things) [...] Redbone. Hi-Yella. French vanilla. Butter pecan. Chocolate deluxe. Caramel sundae.
chocolate drop (n.)

a derog. term for a black person.

[US]E.H. Babbitt ‘College Words and Phrases’ in DN II:i 27: chocolate-drop, n. A young negress.
[US]M.E. Smith Adventures of a Boomer Op. 41: ‘Say, look here old Chocolate Drop,’ says Red, ‘why all this glee stuff.’ ‘Nothin’ sah. Skue me sah.’.
[US]J.W. Johnson Black Manhattan 107: Many of the most popular of the Williams and Walker songs; among them [...] ‘Bon Bon Buddy, the Chocolate Drop’.
[US]C. Odets Golden Boy I i: Do you think your Mr. Kaplan can go ten rounds with the Baltimore Chocolate Drop.
[US]Monteleone Criminal Sl. (rev. edn).
[UK]W. Eyster Far from the Customary Skies 61: I figure the last night ashore oughta be something worth remembering [...] A real blowout, not a mugging party with a chocolate drop.
[US]Wentworth & Flexner DAS.
chocolate lover (n.)

(US) one who prefers black sexual partners, whether hetero- or homosexual.

[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular 63: dinge queen [white] white homosexual who prefers black men sexually [...] Syn: Beulah-lover (black gay sl); chocolate lover.
chocolate queen (n.)

(S.Afr. gay) a white homosexual who prefers black sexual partners.

[SA]K. Cage Gayle.
chocolate sandwich (n.)

three-way sex performed by one black man and two white women.

[UK]Roger’s Profanisaurus 3 in Viz 98 Oct. 7: chocolate sandwich n. A sexual act performed in the presence of Arthur Lowe, involving a black man and two white lady strippers.
chocolate thunder (n.)

(US black) any black basketball player.

[US]C. Major Juba to Jive 94: Chocolate thunder [1980s–1990s] n. any black basketball player. Obvious color association. May or may not be originally associated with ‘chocolate soldier’ (children’s candy).

In phrases

chocolate to the bone (adj.)

(US black) very dark-skinned.

[US]Odum & Johnson Negro and His Songs (1964) 160: If I git drunk who’s goin’ ter carry me home? / Brown-skin woman, she chocolate to de bone.
[US]N. Van Patten ‘Vocab. of the Amer. Negro’ in AS VII:1 27: chocolate-to-the-bone. W. n. A very black Negro.
[US]Hughes & Bontemps Book of Negro Folklore 383: The gal I love is choklit to de bone.

Pertaining to the anus and/or excrement

In compounds

chocolate cake (n.)

(US) homosexual anal intercourse.

[US]J. Stahl Plainclothes Naked (2002) 105: Little Mac [...] A straight fruitbat. Lure some shlub who wanted chocolate cake into a dark corner, then turn round, clock him and cop his wallet.
chocolate canyon (n.) [canyon n. (2)]

the anus; thus ride the chocolate canyon, to have anal intercourse (usu. in homosexual context).

[Aus]G. Seal Lingo 115: Related usages are to ride the tan track; dirt-track rider; ride the chocolate canyon, and to drill for vegemite.
chocolate cha-cha (n.)

(Aus./US) anal intercourse; thus dance the chocolate cha-cha.

[Aus]B. Humphries Traveller’s Tool 21: It’s a walk-up start he dances the chocolate cha-cha.
[US]Alt. Eng. Dict. [Internet] chocolate cha cha Have anal intercourse.
I-94Bar 3:11 [Internet] These three Melbournites [...] would have it that life’s a dance and the name of that dance is the Chocolate Cha-Cha (if ya get my drift).
chocolate chimney-sweep (n.)

one who performs anal intercourse.

[UK]Roger’s Profanisaurus in Viz 87 Dec. n.p.: chocolate chimney sweep euph. He who applies his purple headed womb broom (qv) to dirtier duties.
chocolate highway (n.) (also chocolate freeway, ...speedway, …whizzway)

(US) the rectum or anus; thus cruise the chocolate highway, ride the chocolate freeway, to have anal intercourse.

[UK]J. Morton Lowspeak 38: Chocolate freeway – the anus.
[US]R.O. Scott Gay Sl. Dict. [Internet] chocolate speedway.
Urban Dict. [Internet] chocolate freeway The bowel. Specifically with reference to sodomy. A homosexual enjoys a ride down the ‘chocolate freeway’.
[UK]Roger’s Profanisaurus in Viz 87 Dec. n.p.: chocolate speedway also chocolate whizzway n. Bumhole; poop chute. [Ibid.] n.p.: chocolate speedway rider n. Botter (qv).
OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. [Internet] chocolate speedway n. anal intercourse usu. between two males.
Brains Trust III:53 [Internet] I’ve shagged loads of birds, I even did Una Stubbs up the chocolate whizzway, when we was filming Summer Holiday, that’s why she won’t go on buses anymore.
chocolate puncher (n.)

(Aus.) a male homosexual.

[Aus]B. Humphries Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 122: If mum’s ratbag enough to marry a chocolate-puncher, I’ll need a skinful to get em to the church.
[Aus]G. Seal Lingo 115: This hardly exhausts the terms used to describe homosexuals in Lingo, all of which are unrelievedly pejorative and include, but are not restricted to: [...] doughnut-puncher; freckle-puncher; chocolate-puncher [...] and fag.
chocolate runway (n.)

the anus.

Uncle Super Schlong on Urban Dict. [Internet] chocolate runway where david likes victoria to shove her fist.

General uses

In compounds

chocolate chips (n.) [a variety of LSD packaged in brown capsules/pills]

(drugs) LSD.

[US]L. Young et al. Recreational Drugs.
[US] AS LVII:4 289: When LSD is mixed with other drugs [...] [s]uch mixtures are today called [...] chocolate chip.
[US]ONDCP Street Terms 6: Chocolate chips — LSD.
chocolate rock (n.) [rock n. (4d)] (drugs)

1. a dark substance that is produced in the pipe during the smoking of crack cocaine.

[US]T. Williams Crackhouse 147: chocolate rock – mixture of white freebase and the dark residue scraped from the pipe.

2. crack cocaine and heroin smoked at the same time.

[US]ONDCP Street Terms 6: Chocolate rock — Crack smoked together with heroin.
chocolate (stuff) (n.) [stuff n. (5)] (drugs)

1. opium.

[US]H. Braddy ‘Narcotic Argot Along the Mexican Border’ in AS XXX:2 87: chocolate, n. Opium (from its brown color).
[US]ONDCP Street Terms 6: Chocolate — Marijuana; opium; amphetamine.

2. heroin, usu. that manufactured in Mexico.

[US]Bentley & Corbett Prison Sl. 69: Chocolate Stuff also Chocolate Mexican heroin. [...] prevalent in prison.

3. hashish.

[US]Dennis & Barry Marijuana Catalogue.
[US]UGK ‘Swisha And Dosha’ [lyrics] Smokin on this chocolate, my neck be sittin so sparkling.