I don't believe that Racial jokes are racist, to believe thatyou also have to believe that blonde jokes are sexist as are female jokes, poofter jokes are homophobic and fat jokes are fattist or whatever the expression should be.
I believe ALL jokes are good so long as they are told without malice.
In the late 60s we had a black leading hand at Daedalus, I wont give his name but his initials were Sam Walker, now if you could tell sam a black joke that he hadn't heard it made his day, however we had anothe black LH who played the racist card at every opportunity.
So all jokes are funny but try not to hurt people.
sorry if you find it offensive murph
but i suppose i cant please everyone all of the time,
especially if they are part of the moronic PC brigade that has ruined this once great country.
maybe i should go and sing "baa baa black sheep" to my daughter.....would that be okay ?
My dear friend --Three of Coffee One of Cream --has just e mailed this one.Lighten up
The world has too many PC people who are offended on behalf of others, my Pakistani mate thought it quite amusing.
If you don't like it Feck Orf!
Multi racial South Africa.
The Tour guide was explaining how things were to a mixed party of tourists " As far as I'm concerned there're no blacks and no whites.
You're all green."
"Now when you get on the coach--I want the dark green to go to the back.........
if its the word that upsets you then lets change it to "polish or maybe french" maybe paki was the wrong word but it was just meant to give the impression of someone that was not english coming into england
and before the PC brigade get on their high horse again maybe i should change that to "not british coming into britain" dont suppose it matters what i change it to you will always get someone whinging about it
Regardless of the joke's merit, whatever happened to all those Wogs who began at Calais?
An all-encompassing term, along with Johnnie Foreigner, I reckon one or the other should be brought back into general use if only to see how all those PC brigadiers cope with it.