nig-nog


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nig-nog

[ˈnignɒg] N (offensive) → negro/a m/f
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It is a fact that some people do call coloured people by nicknames like nig-nog and that the use of such nicknames in the series is intended to take the sting out of them ...
Goble frequently acknowledges and apologises for the way white crew and officers--including himself--talked to, and about, Kru seamen (tellingly referred to as Krooboys) and disdained 'nig-nog grub'.
Jim's only regret in his career is the controversy when he used the term "nig-nog" on his Radio Lancashire show in 2002, prompting him to resign.
But these days, its way of poking fun at racism by using phrases such as 'nig-nog', 'sambo' and 'white honky' makes it seem very politically incorrect and out of date.
A teacher who referred to two black pupils and an Asian classmate as children 'in the nig-nog corner' was yesterday handed a formal reprimand by the profession's disciplinary body.
A LIVERPOOL teacher who referred to two black pupils and an Asian classmate as children ``in the nig-nog corner'' was yesterday handed a formal reprimand.
The GTC panel heard how Dr Aldersley, 54, had opposed the apartheid regime while teaching in South Africa but also heard he told the Calderstones pupils: ``Everyone in the nig-nog corner - come here, you might learn something.''
A school teacher who called a black pupil a 'nig-nog' during a lesson has been sacked for gross misconduct, it emerged yesterday.
TARIQ Somra learned to tolerate the torrent of racial taunts, such as "Paki" and "nig-nog" - but what made the remarks cut like razor wire was that they came from his own colleagues.
AN OFSTED inspector has been sacked for calling a black pupil a "nig-nog" at a school attended by three of the Stephen Lawrence murder suspects.
Today, the Sunday Mirror reveals that a schools inspector has been sacked for indicating that a pupil's work was so bad "it "must have been done by a nig-nog." The remark was made at the school attended by three of the boys accused of the Stephen Lawrence murder.