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I am so afraid that I am bombarding lots of questions here.

And let me thank you so much for all ( probably ) of native speakers here for your efforts from the bottom of my heart.

I like(d) Kee&Peele. Since my job is related with the education. I can't stand until I get the finest answer ( or correct answer ), about which I probably apologize.

Now. onto the Kee&Peele's sketche.

I am afraid even though I was watching the English title. I was not able to understand what the "Flicker" means.

Could the word be fallen into one of the categories in the urban dictionary?

Or is it else?

In the last scene, Gabe tells "He flicked me". But I can not understand yet. ( together with the schmutz stuff ).

I sincerely appreciate your help. Thank you beforehand in advance.


Thank you for your answer user3932000 and Jim at the comment.

It's kind of hard to get the meaning of verbs etc that mostly only native speakers know.

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    "Flicker" has another meaning when it comes to video, just in case you come across it in another context. It means rapid and cyclical flashing or brightening/dimming. – Jim MacKenzie Jan 9 '18 at 14:52
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It means "person who flicks." It's a common prank that ends with the person "flicking" their finger up at the other person's face. I tried to explain it with words, but a video demonstrates it much better: link

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