One of my favourite jokes is the two alter kocker at (one of the) Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.But the schmutter...? You think maybe there's the feygele? Oy, his poor mamma!
..yeah... that's right... different context... different time zone.... different decade....Neguinho, which can have a different context in Brazilian Portuguese.
..yeah... that's right... different context... different time zone.... different decade....
A bit like it used to be acceptable to say "D'ya fancy a Chinky?" or "I'm going down the Paki shop, do you want any beers picking up?"
I think that's precisely the point. Shock! Horror! Somebody spoke colloquially in their mother tongue and when it gets translated it's offensive on our home turf.Or different country eh? Not everyone in the world slavishly follows British outrage.
Like the fake outrage over the the Irish guards being called Micks.
His "body language" looked like he was sat down having a chat.
His attitude is the result of your poor parenting.Yonks ago my son was into Rap music (ffs it drove me mental)
Every other 'lyric' was nigga this and nigga that
It used to wind him up when he played something like "Straight Outta Compton" and I'd ask him in cutglass British accent "is this by that talented musical combo Niggers With Attitude perchance?"
Disgusted look from him "It's NiggAZ....!! It's not the same as the other word!"
Millitant was a cartoon they came up with after the Guardian ran an outrage story on the Fat Slags being derogatory to women. If I remember correctly, the Viz hadn't published a Fat Slags story in almost a year, two of characters are blokes who are idle ******* and the one person to be "normal" and have a job was a woman. But that didn't stop the Guardian spouting it's shite.
I was once asked why I kept beating my son .His attitude is the result of your poor parenting.
If you had beat him harder, he wouldn't be such a smart arse.