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  • Derogatory racist terms
  • Premier Icon ernie_lynch
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    ive no idea if thats offensive or not

    I can’t help thinking that calling someone ‘coco nut’ is highly likely to be offensive.

    Premier Icon coffeeking
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    Hmmm, when you put it like that …

    Premier Icon gunthunter
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    Is there a Political Correctness non-compliance ranking system?

    Or

    Whats worse …. Being Racist or Sexist?

    IMO Don’t believe that the Prince meant his remark in a racist context. However he should have been a bit more PC considering he gets paid for being a role model. Not his fault for being stupid , all that Royal inbreeding doesn’t help with the IQ I suppose.

    Remember Jade Goody , good match for the Prince me thinks:)

    Premier Icon Snigletrack
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    Rudeboy, you asked me for more details of a previous post – the least you could do is respond to my last comments…

    Snigle
    :o)

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    One of the BBC commentators on the Obama situation just called him a coconut, referring to his race?! Now ive no idea if thats offensive or not, but I’ve never heard it before!

    I believe the coconut metaphor is “brown on the outside, white on the inside” and is typically used by “brown” people to insinuate that someone looks “brown” but acts “white”.

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