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Xenophobia

#1
While watching The Comedy Shuffle one of the Canadian comedians was referred to as a "Moose Fvcker". This got me thinking about all the other xenophobic yet highly amusing put downs we have for other nations.
My favourite xenophobic yet highly amusing put down has to be "The French are Cheese eating Surrender Monkeys". :D


Whats yours?
 
#2
While acknowledging it to be a vile racialist epithet, I do usually chuckle at the bit in Life of Brian when the chosen race are described as "Red Sea pedestrians"...I'll get my yarmulka...
 
#3
Yanks are called Sepo's in Aus

Septic Tank = Yank
 
#5
It is the fear of blue headlights on cars.
 

Nehustan

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#6
the_guru said:
It is the fear of blue headlights on cars.
So that explains the scattering of drunken scallies when the old bill turn up...
 
#7
Nehustan said:
Not too sure what Xenophobia is? Fear of Buddhists? 8O
Nah, fear of Warrior Princesses.

Personally, 'Porridge-Wog' has always raised a chuckle.
 
#8
Porridge wogs always amuses me up to the point when a wild haggis is set loose and I'm chased halfway across a glen.

Failing that, fuzzy-wuzzies also makes me chuckle.
 

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#9
smartascarrots said:
Nehustan said:
Not too sure what Xenophobia is? Fear of Buddhists? 8O
Nah, fear of Warrior Princesses.

Personally, 'Porridge-Wog' has always raised a chuckle.
"Wogs begin at Calais" always seemed to sum up British xenophobia to me...
 
#10
I've lately found myself referring to whole swathes of the US population as simply, 'The Cletus Tendancy'.
 
#11
Nehustan said:
smartascarrots said:
Nehustan said:
Not too sure what Xenophobia is? Fear of Buddhists? 8O
Nah, fear of Warrior Princesses.

Personally, 'Porridge-Wog' has always raised a chuckle.
"Wogs begin at Calais" always seemed to sum up British xenophobia to me...
Delete "Calais", insert "Victoria Bus Station"
 
#12
Chalky said:
Porridge wogs always amuses me up to the point when a wild haggis is set loose and I'm chased halfway across a glen.

Failing that, fuzzy-wuzzies also makes me chuckle.
ha ha I love it, porridge wogs, brilliant, do you know there was a labour MPs daughter in Edinburgh last week had a 71 year old taxi driver arrested for saying Jocks and Paki in the same conversation???

any way not quite a wee line but in the film Johny English by Rowan Atkinson he states " the only thing the French were ever good at hosting is an Invasion "
 
#13
smartascarrots said:
Nehustan said:
Not too sure what Xenophobia is? Fear of Buddhists? 8O
Nah, fear of Warrior Princesses.

Personally, 'Porridge-Wog' has always raised a chuckle.
I always had a soft spot for Xena's Ginger girlfriend. Shame they never got it on in some top notch lesbian action in the children's TV Series.
 
#14
Hairy-Sporran said:
" the only thing the French were ever good at hosting is an Invasion "
That's not entirely fair. I hear their annual White Flag Exhibition is always very well received.
 
#16
Chalky said:
Hairy-Sporran said:
" the only thing the French were ever good at hosting is an Invasion "
That's not entirely fair. I hear their annual White Flag Exhibition is always very well received.
aren't the French a little late with there rolling over the Germans every 50 year trick? and getting shafted like a fat weak prisoner by the late night sneaky brute in the top bunk?
 
#17
Squiddly said:
Porridge Wog gets my vote! :D

cheers squiddly, feel free to use it any time and Jock or Sweaty or any other for that matter, because being able to poke fun at ourselves but still stand together tall and proud is what being British is all about,
PS Hadrian built it to keep you in not us out :D
 
#20
Here's a quote from The Shaven Chimp himself, George Dubya, attempting to defuse tensions between India and Pakistan.

"We are working hard to convince both the Indians and the Pakis that there's a way to deal with their problems without going to war."

Nice one, that.
 
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