Cronauer: "If you're walking down the streets of New York and someone says, "Hey! Excuse me. I would like to buy some cheese and some butter." No, no, come on. Basically, we talk, "Hey, man, what's happening? Oh, you look hip today. Slip me some skin." Now, if someone in America comes up and says, "Slip me some skin," don't be afraid. They're not a leper, and they're not going to go... No, it means, "Hey, baby, slip me some skin." It's a greeting. It's like "How you doin'? Nice to meet you. Slip me some skin." Now here's how you do it. You say, "Slip me some skin." Put your hand out there. Then you go, "Yeah, there's some skin." Now you do it to me. Yeah! Then you say, "Groovy. Yeah." Say that."
Vietnamese Student: "Groovy."