Discussion in 'Sydney | Uber Drivers Forum' started by Riders Champion, Apr 17, 2017.
Both still in shops! Which is weird considering the outrage in the media many years ago about political correctness and racism.
Suppsoe it depends on where the names came from?
Imagine a ban on dark coloured dolls
Barbie was once critisized for only having blondies for sale
I suppose you are not allowed to feel niggard
The words niggard and niggardly are sometimes misinterpreted as racial slurs because they sound like the highly offensive word nigger. However, niggard dates back to Middle English. The first element nygg-, nig- was borrowed from a Scandinavian source, and -ard is a pejorative suffix.
Separate names with a comma.