I Do Not Expect This Sort of Racism From a Supermarket



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  1. I’m a cracker. But I think my emotions tend to the “strongly like” cheese.

  2. I don’t understand…

    • Kauf Buch July 24, 2017

      Think of it this way:
      a white calling a black N****R EQUALS a black calling a white “CRACKER.” *
      * except in Florida, where the term historically refers to the original Georgia and Alabama settlers of Northern florida, who used to crack whips in the air to keep their cattle in line
      (if it were like the sport of synchronized swimming, it would be like GOAßLSCHNALZEN:

    • American In Vienna July 24, 2017

      I’m from Alexandria, as white as it gets, but I never perceived “cracker” as pejorative. At least not so much as blacks do… um… that word Tarantino uses a lot… you know… ******.

    • Kauf Buch July 24, 2017

      TO AiV
      Torpedo Factory…or Greece?! Ha!

    • American In Vienna July 24, 2017

      @Kafu Bauch
      What?! What the f are you babbling again?

    • Kauf Buch July 24, 2017

      Sorry, not enough coffee this morning.
      You said: Alexandria.
      I meant: Torpedo Factory or Egypt?

    • American In Vienna July 24, 2017

      Yeah… Greece, Egypt… whatever.
      No, Alexandria, VA. Happy?

    • A Brit won’t understands this as the Brits are not such racists as the Americans. You can see mixed couples in Britain very often and no one seems to care. In the US they come with torches and pitchforks after mixed couples.

  3. Apparently its a racist term used to descripe whites. http://bit.ly/1W13ql3

  4. Thanks for the explanations. We don’t use that word in Great Britain unless we are describing a dry biscuit that goes well with cheese.

    • Some Guy Somewhere July 24, 2017

      Well, you see the reason of you not understanding what “cracker” means is you don’t know what a biscuit is. A biscuit is a baked often fluffy bread about 2 inches in diameter and maybe an inch tall. Best eaten with cream gravy with little bits of sausage mixed in. A pair of biscuits and gravy can be called a complete breakfast in some part of the lower half of the U.S. Yankees eat it sometimes as well.

    • Point of interest (or not): There’s a hardtack cracker called Sailor Boy pilot bread (and in smaller print on the box cracker) that’s about 3 inches in diameter, maybe 2-3 times the thickness compared to the usual US cracker and depending on local frame of reference is not quite bread, biscuit or cracker. I’ve not found it much outside Alaska so I was surprised to find them on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana last year.

  5. Yeah, but it’s racism against whites, which seems to be acceptable.

  6. Salzigtal July 24, 2017

    If that’s the sign in the mild cheese section (packages below & to the right), is there one for the extra-sharp cheddars & Limburger that says “honky mother****** love cheese”?

  7. Bluddvard Brongje July 28, 2017

    What word are you all talking about? Is it this one? https://youtu.be/hqIsc8ooXug

  8. Nah, that’s just bigotry. Racism is an entire system set in place to benefit a particular race at the expense of other races. In America, that’s white people at the expense of nonwhites. In Japan, the system benefits Asians (Japanese in particular), so bigotry towards white people in Japan would be actual racism.

  9. Gary Neal Alford December 30, 2017

    Are you people serious? The sign is referring to the food crackers not the white people crackers. If you have any sense at all, whether you are a cracker or not, you must love to eat crackers with cheese between them. So it is funny way of saying eat cheese and crackers because the eatable crackers love to have cheese between them. Therefore crackers love cheese. Of course, it would have been really funny if the sign had a picture of a dark person eating cheese and crackers.

  10. Cuz “racism” is okay when it’s against white people.

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