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post #46 of 134
Context, just because Paki can be used as a racial slur doesn't mean it was.

That said, manouche is getting incredibly tiring.
post #47 of 134
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Please post the 2 pictures you took.
post #48 of 134
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Not impressed in ths slightest!
Not impressed by what?

If the son of Charles can call a guy paki, I guess I can too.

What do I have less than the son of Charles?
post #49 of 134
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As a Londoner I find your tone about London residents extremely arrogant and offensive, especially saying "Paki" which has long been a racist slur against Pakistanis.

Not impressed in ths slightest!

Where do I talk about London residents taking apart when I say that girls were skirts ?
post #50 of 134
I am mad at myself for actually reading this stupid post. I guess I am just curious what the significance (spelling?) of telling the nationality of all the staff?
post #51 of 134
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Context, just because Paki can be used as a racial slur doesn't mean it was.

That said, manouche is getting incredibly tiring.

Nope. I dont know any brown folk "myself included" who think that a random white dude has any context to use it.

And the Prince cant get away with it without being called out. There is no way he can.

K
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Context, just because Paki can be used as a racial slur doesn't mean it was.

T


No,no,no not CAN be. Is exclusively a racial slur! There is no other use for the word.
post #53 of 134
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Not impressed by what?

If the son of Charles can call a guy paki, I guess I can too.

What do I have less than the son of Charles?

What do you think? "Noti mpressed" is a figure of speech.

I would hope you had some respect and deceny, unlike Harry, to not racially insult other people.
post #54 of 134
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Where do I talk about London residents taking apart when I say that girls were skirts ?


What? I don't understand that at all!
post #55 of 134
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Nope. I dont know any brown folk "myself included" who think that a random white dude has any context to use it.

And the Prince cant get away with it without being called out. There is no way he can.

K

Thanks mate, glad I'm not the only Londoner here standing up for the rights of ALL our residents and stomping on racism whenever I see it!
post #56 of 134
i didnt follow the manouche-history (well, at least i know there IS something like the "manouche-history") but this one was funny.

the picture is great, especially.

t.
post #57 of 134
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Haha what is this shirt swapping you speak of?

Didn't understand that either
post #58 of 134
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Thanks mate, glad I'm not the only Londoner here standing up for the rights of ALL our residents and stomping on racism whenever I see it!

Ohhh, I have no expectations that I can stomp out racism. I ust think that you should call a spade a spade, and if you want to use racist terms be ready to be called out on it and not make excuses.


K
post #59 of 134
wow. Next time, let me know when you're in london.
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Echanger mon chapeau trop grand et ma caskette trop grande et prendre ma malette et mon parapluie.

Son of a... I didn't know my French was so bad, and I didn't think he actually spoke it.
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