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#1
Does every coloured person react with violence when you say something about their mother? Last night at band practice, our bassist answered "your mother" after one of the rappers on the house asked who turned off the light. Later they came back and almost beat him up.

So yeah, does every coloured person react the same way?
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#2
Because their mothers have all done EVERYTHING.
And I'm sure you're not allowed to call them coloured.
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#4
No.


EDIT: Coloured No one has said that since the 60s
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#7
When I live there are loads of that kind of people. White, black, asian, chinese, whatever. They all look as if they're about to floor you if you ever use the m-word. It's funny because so few actually do so we just goad them.
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#8
Is it just me, or is that predudice? (I can't spell that)

I don't think they do to be honest...
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#10
Mother
There is no other
Like Mother
So treat Her right
Mother
I always Love Her
My Mother
So treat Her right, treat Her right


M is for the moan, and the miserable groan
from the pain that She felt when I was born

O is for the oven with it's burnin' heat
where She stood makin' sure I had something to eat

T is for the time that She stayed up at night
and took my temperature when I wasn't feelin' right

H is for the hard earned money She spent
to keep clothes on my back and try to pay da' rent

E is every wrinkle I put on Her face
and every worry that I caused when I stayed out late

The last letter R is that She taught me Respect
and for the room up in Heaven that I know She'll get
#11
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Because their mothers have all done EVERYTHING.
And I'm sure you're not allowed to call them coloured.


Coloured is an okey word to use, i think black is more racist.
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- Jimi Hendrix (R.I.P)

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#12
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Coloured is an okey word to use, i think black is more racist.

By calling someone coloured you're grouping anyone with any skin colour other than white together and implying that its white people and then everyone else.
#13
Quote by rizo299
By calling someone coloured you're grouping anyone with any skin colour other than white together and implying that its white people and then everyone else.


Yeah, okey, my bad. Sorry. Black people then.
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#14
Quote by rizo299
By calling someone coloured you're grouping anyone with any skin colour other than white together and implying that its white people and then everyone else.


While I enjoyed reading the poem/lyrics in your earlier post...

Well what on earth is a white person supposed to call 'coloured' people? It's a lot longer to say 'people-who-have-a-different-tone-of-skin-to-myself' everytime

I think political correctness has gone way too far, to be honest, and I'm all for people using words like coloured as long as it isn't meant in an offensive way.
#16
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While I enjoyed reading the poem/lyrics in your earlier post...

Well what on earth is a white person supposed to call 'coloured' people? It's a lot longer to say 'people-who-have-a-different-tone-of-skin-to-myself' everytime

I think political correctness has gone way too far, to be honest, and I'm all for people using words like coloured as long as it isn't meant in an offensive way.


anyway... "your mother" is such a rubbish insult.
#18
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While I enjoyed reading the poem/lyrics in your earlier post...

Well what on earth is a white person supposed to call 'coloured' people? It's a lot longer to say 'people-who-have-a-different-tone-of-skin-to-myself' everytime

I think political correctness has gone way too far, to be honest, and I'm all for people using words like coloured as long as it isn't meant in an offensive way.

Firstly it's a Mr T song.

And secondly I'm just commenting on the pragmatics of the word coloured. It might not be meant in an offensive way but it carries connotations of offensiveness.

You can see what I mean right? It literally sets two groups, white people and none white people and gives the impresion that white is the normal group where as "coloureds" are abnormal or outsiders.
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#24
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When I live there are loads of that kind of people. White, black, asian, chinese, whatever. They all look as if they're about to floor you if you ever use the m-word. It's funny because so few actually do so we just goad them.


Huh? Theres asian AND chinese people.
I don't get it.
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#25
Does every coloured person react with violence when you say something about their mother? Last night at band practice, our bassist answered "your mother" after one of the rappers on the house asked who turned off the light. Later they came back and almost beat him up.

So yeah, does every coloured person react the same way?




Its not just black people mate......

I know a lot of people that would gladly kick your head because of a mom joke
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#27
Out of my ezperience, they do.
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#28
Quote by rizo299
By calling someone coloured you're grouping anyone with any skin colour other than white together and implying that its white people and then everyone else.


Yes but if the dark skinned people were to categorise caucasian and asian people they would just say all the non homies or something or rather, and would be implying its dark skinned people and then everyone else.

Btw, wtf do we call them, uber tanned? non-caucasian-asian?

Damn political correctness.
#29
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Yes but if the dark skinned people were to categorise caucasian and asian people they would just say all the non homies or something or rather, and would be implying its dark skinned people and then everyone else.

Btw, wtf do we call them, uber tanned? non-caucasian-asian?

Damn political correctness.

Yeah but they don't. And assuming that all "dark skinned people" call other "dark skinned people" homies is a little bit of a stereotype.


You either call the person by their name, don't bring race into it at all
or call the person what ever they are, black, asian, ect.

And by refering to all people who aren't white as "them" you make it seem like you already have the wrong mind set.
#30
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Does every coloured person react with violence when you say something about their mother? Last night at band practice, our bassist answered "your mother" after one of the rappers on the house asked who turned off the light. Later they came back and almost beat him up.

So yeah, does every coloured person react the same way?



Depends what colour they are. The purple ones are belligerent.

But seriously, how can you make sweping assumptions about an entire race after just one incident?
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#31
Quote by rizo299
Mother
There is no other
Like Mother
So treat Her right
Mother
I always Love Her
My Mother
So treat Her right, treat Her right


M is for the moan, and the miserable groan
from the pain that She felt when I was born

O is for the oven with it's burnin' heat
where She stood makin' sure I had something to eat

T is for the time that She stayed up at night
and took my temperature when I wasn't feelin' right

H is for the hard earned money She spent
to keep clothes on my back and try to pay da' rent

E is every wrinkle I put on Her face
and every worry that I caused when I stayed out late

The last letter R is that She taught me Respect
and for the room up in Heaven that I know She'll get


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#32
Dont fucking say coloured.

You are an idiot. Just because one person happens to over-react, you therefore think that ALL black people react the same.

Sorry, I forgot! Black people are all the same, just as white people are. Or asians for that matter. Why can't you just accept the fact that people react differently depending on many different factors, not because of their skin colour.

I hate people like you.
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#33
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Huh? Theres asian AND chinese people.
I don't get it.


You've obviously never heard of a country called India then...or the indian people (no, not the red-skinned american type that go 'wah-o-wah-o-wah' with their hands against their mouths...the kind who invented the glorious dish mere mortals know as the 'curry')

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#34
Quote by rizo299
Yeah but they don't. And assuming that all "dark skinned people" call other "dark skinned people" homies is a little bit of a stereotype.


You either call the person by their name, don't bring race into it at all
or call the person what ever they are, black, asian, ect.

And by refering to all people who aren't white as "them" you make it seem like you already have the wrong mind set.


I wasn't refering to all people who aren't white as them, I was refering to the black (is it okay to say that) people as them. Because dark skinned people was 14 letters/space bars to long, so I wanted to know what is okay to say. And yeah the homies thing was a bit of a stereotype, hence I said or something or rather after it, implying they may use other words. But yeah I'm not racist, I have 'black', asian and caucasian friends, I was just wondering what the politically correct word is for black people.

Edit: Oh and Last_Biscuit, I know Indian people are asian too, I was just like 'huh?' to the fact that he put 'asian and chinese' when chinese are asian too.
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#35
Quote by rizo299
Mother
There is no other
Like Mother
So treat Her right
Mother
I always Love Her
My Mother
So treat Her right, treat Her right


M is for the moan, and the miserable groan
from the pain that She felt when I was born

O is for the oven with it's burnin' heat
where She stood makin' sure I had something to eat

T is for the time that She stayed up at night
and took my temperature when I wasn't feelin' right

H is for the hard earned money She spent
to keep clothes on my back and try to pay da' rent

E is every wrinkle I put on Her face
and every worry that I caused when I stayed out late

The last letter R is that She taught me Respect
and for the room up in Heaven that I know She'll get


I love you
#36
Black/coloured/whatever should just be called people! Not black people!

So what if they're skins are darker? They're still human. I don't see why we should consider them a a "different set" if you know what I mean.
#37
Do you consider yourself English? Why should you be considered a different set to an American?
#38
I think if you heard some stranger insult your mom just like that they'd give you a thrashing. Nothing to do with colour.

If you made a mom joke on your pals the most they would do if cuss back.
Think about it.

Ps, why'd your bassist have to make such a stupid reply anw
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#39
Of course...because every colored person is the same.

Not white people though. They are all unique.

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