I think it's "Italian Momma", not mammy!!No offense, (and I really think it's humerous), but "Mammy" is a term used in the USA South solely to describe Black women ( especially mothers or grandmothers). Among Black Americans,, it is seen as a high inflammatory word.If you ever saw the classic movie "Gone with the Wind", and caught the magnificent performance of the late Hattie McDaniel playing the steriotypical domineering Black maid in a Southern household with kerchief on her head....that is "a mammy"."Momma" is the classic Italian. Or "Moma". But not "mammy" LOL!!
italian mamma not italian momma
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