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It's not dogsh*t brown then ?!


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My mother still refers to anything marginally darker than that as n!!!!r brown.  She is 87.  I have a client of the same age who talks about fuzzy wuzzies.  I feel sorry for the oldies as they cannot get their heads round pc.  In 1970s Yorkshire it was considered extremely polite to refer to Asians as coloured.  

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I'm waiting for all my manufacturers to stop describing the colour of their products as nude because of fear of upsetting anyone. 

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Mirror Mirror
3 hours ago, man o' the year said:

From the article:

"Why not call it cocoa, caramel or chocolate - sweet dessert items? But they used tobacco. I was shocked when I saw it.”

Why is cocoa OK but tobacco not? 


Here are some pics of cocoa and tobacco; they are clearly different colours, doing the bra is the colour of tobacco, why can’t M&S describe it as such?

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4 hours ago, Ina said:

My mother still refers to anything marginally darker than that as n!!!!r brown.  She is 87.  I have a client of the same age who talks about fuzzy wuzzies.  I feel sorry for the oldies as they cannot get their heads round pc.  In 1970s Yorkshire it was considered extremely polite to refer to Asians as coloured.  

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I would call it baby-shit brown.

Am I baby-ist????

Anyway, we all know that dog shit is white ... if you remember it from the 70s!!!!

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4 hours ago, One percent said:

And a picture of the complainant. From sussex they say?  Fine old English name she has too.  o.O

xD Those were my words too when I read the story out loud in the office today. “Beautiful British name” as Al Murray would say.

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Just now, Battenberg said:

xD Those were my words too when I read the story out loud in the office today. “Beautiful British name” as Al Murray would say.

I think that they are fooling no one anymore. Yet they still keep on with the same narrative.  xD

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9 hours ago, Ina said:

My mother still refers to anything marginally darker than that as n!!!!r brown.  She is 87.  I have a client of the same age who talks about fuzzy wuzzies.  I feel sorry for the oldies as they cannot get their heads round pc.  In 1970s Yorkshire it was considered extremely polite to refer to Asians as coloured.  

Does anyone remember that production of the Four Feathers from the 30s? There's a commentary on a battle and I'm sure someone is saying the the Fuzzy Wuzzies are entering the fray.

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11 hours ago, Rare Bear said:

Does anyone remember that production of the Four Feathers from the 30s? There's a commentary on a battle and I'm sure someone is saying the the Fuzzy Wuzzies are entering the fray.

Fuzzy Wuzzies has been the correct terminology for the Sudanese since the time of Gordon of Khartoum. 

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2 hours ago, ashestoashes said:

is she shocked when she sees someone smoking because it reminds her of slavery ?

That's what I assumed, either that or they somehow think the world 'tobacco' itself should be banned because it might encourage smoking.

The 'story' made me laugh though. Ultimate lazy 'journalism' - manufactured outrage plus craven apology from M&S, probably took them ten minutes to put together. Eventually they'll create some sort of app that can do it automatically. 

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