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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Charlie, 9 Jul 2019.
I bet they're taking the imprisonment well over on AAMB.
I had a browse over there earlier, the author is not a happy Spanish immigrant.
cannon i meant
Isn't his great-grandad Egyptian or something. For us Asians, we have a term for people like that... coconut
Never liked that saying. Heard some people being called "Oreos" as an insult as well. Dark on the outside but white on the inside, implying that there's somehow something wrong with the white part.
True. I retract the coconut comment. I have been called a coconut before but c'mon, I do not reject my Asian roots and I am part of both Asian and British cultures so I am like idk, a coconut which has some chocolate inside... like a coconut full of bounty bars?
Anyways I get your point and did not mean to say that there is something wrong with the white part
I always thought of it to mean the other way around, I.e suggesting that a black guy was ashamed to be black and wanted to be white.
Yeah it does, but the person levelling the accusation is saying that it's wrong to be partly white.
Didn't mean to imply that it is wrong to be white. What I was trying to imply was that Annis abandoned his roots
One thing's for sure: Tommy is going to end up with some chocolate inside him in the next couple of months.
Is there a word for a white bloke with brown stuff on the inside? An eclair maybe?
Eclair is a term I have heard
You lost a shit tonne of weight, Kim!
Not sure what your saying.
When a black guy calls another black guy an Oreo or Coconut, he's not trying to cheer up his mate by telling him he's white inside, he's insulting him by saying he's white inside.
Bugger it, thought I'd just invented that one
Ask him where he heard it. He might mean he heard it just now, in this thread, when you said it.