Polack


    Polack


    1. A person of Polish descent, who is unfortunately targeted by ignoramuses and fools as being dumb and stupid. Yeah, and the British/Americans are the ones talking...

    2. A term used between Poles (teens) humorously, when talking about the incompetence of a person of their same kin. Usually considered offensive if a non-Pole says it (casually) to a Pole. (like nigger among Blacks)

    Etymology - Polack, from the Polish word Polak, meaning male Pole, Polka is a female Pole.
    1700s.


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    Polack


  • derogatory term used for people from Poland, Polish descent and sometimes for other people from Eastern Europe


  • Polack


    1. A spelling of Polak used by retarded hicks that dont know that there is no c in the word.

  • Polack


  • A derogatory term for a person of Polish decent. Polack is the German spelling that has most widely been adapted by Americans using the slur. Polacks are characterized as dumb and/or dirty. For more information, see the 2010 documentary film, Polack.


  • Polack


  • Despite the ignorant (polish are stupid) misconception Polacks are one of the smartest nationalities in the world.


  • Polack


  • Offensive name for Poles. It is closely related to the stereotypes made about Polish people abroad (esp. in the USA). They regard this word as an insult and usually react with a list of positive facts about Poland (beautiful girls, rich history, tasty food, good education, etc.). But their natural hypocrisy prevents them from mentioning the less favorable facts and will probably also result in many thumbs down for this entry.


 

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