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27th Mar '17 6:28:22 AM TheCuza
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* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': Happens to both Jerry, when he dates a Native American woman, and George, when he tries to find a black friend to prove to his boss he's no bigot after he comments on the latter's resemblance to Sugar Ray Leonard and the boss assumes that all black people look alike to George. George is vindicated the end when another black guy actually mistakes the boss for Sugar Ray.

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* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'': Happens to both Jerry, when he dates a Native American woman, and George, when he tries to find a black friend to prove to ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'':
** In one episode, George notes
his boss he's no bigot after he comments on the latter's new boss's [[CelebrityResemblance resemblance to boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and the boss assumes that Leonard]], only for him to accuse George of thinking all black people look alike alike. George spends the episode unsuccessfully trying to George. prove to his boss that he is not racist. At the end, George is vindicated the end somewhat when another a black guy actually mistakes the his boss for Sugar Ray.Ray... except that his boss was already out the door by then and didn't hear it.



** In the episode where Jerry dates a Native American woman, he innocently asks a mailman for directions to the nearest Chinese restaurant. He doesn't have a clear view of the man's face at that moment. Jerry doesn't realize until it's too late that the mailman is a Chinese-American, who takes great offense at the request.
*** "You know, I don't get it. Not allowed to ask a Chinese person where the Chinese restaurant is! I mean, aren't we all getting a little too sensitive? I mean, someone asks me which way's Israel, I don't fly off the handle."
** Elaine desperately tries to avoid this trope when she's dating a racially ambiguous man (darker skin tone, curly hair). She finds out he's white and was only dating her because he thought she was a Latina (thick curly hair, last name Benes). When they realize they're both white, they go to the Gap.

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** In the episode where "The Cigar Store Indian", Jerry dates gives Elaine the titular Indian as a gift while she is with a group of her female friends, only to be told later that one of said friends is Native American woman, American. To make matters worse, it's the one he innocently asks has a crush on. Miraculously, he manages to apologize enough to get a date with her, but ends up continually [[DiggingYourselfDeeper digging himself deeper]] by unintentionally doing or saying things that seem racist, culminating in him asking a mailman (who is facing away from him) for directions to the nearest a nearby Chinese restaurant. He doesn't have a clear view of the man's face at restaurant, figuring that moment. Jerry doesn't realize until it's too late that a mailman would be familiar with the neighbourhood. When the mailman turns around, he is of course revealed to be a Chinese-American, very offended Chinese man who takes great offense at the request.
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assumed he was asked because of his race and not his job.
--->'''Jerry:''' You
know, I don't get it. Not allowed to ask a Chinese person where the Chinese restaurant is! I mean, aren't is? Aren't we all getting a little too sensitive? I mean, if someone asks me which way's Israel, I "which way is Israel?", ''I'' don't fly off of the handle."
handle!
** Elaine desperately tries to avoid this trope when she's dating a racially ambiguous man who she thinks might be black (darker skin tone, curly hair). hair, apartment decorated with African wood carvings), but could just as easily be white. [[InsaneTrollLogic She finds figures a good compromise is to take him to a bunch of Spanish restaurants]]. He seemingly confirms that he is black when he says the two of them are an interracial couple, but it turns out he's white and was only dating her because that he thought she was a Latina Hispanic (thick curly hair, last name Benes). "Benes", [[BrickJoke she kept taking him to Spanish restaurants]]). When they realize that they're both white, just two white people, they decide to go to the Gap.



** Occurs in an episode where George and Jerry can't get a cab at the airport and pretend to be the people a limo driver is waiting for. Turns out the person George is impersonating is a notorious neo-Nazi. Jerry and George don't actually say anything racist but are still MistakenForRacist by other racists. It's even more awkward because Jerry is Jewish.

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** Occurs in an episode where George and Jerry can't get a cab at the airport and pretend to be the people a limo driver is waiting for. Turns out the person George is impersonating is a notorious neo-Nazi. Jerry and George don't actually say anything racist but are still MistakenForRacist by other racists. HilarityEnsues as they have to keep up the act out of fear that the two actual neo-Nazis in the car with them would kill them if they found out they were faking. It's even more awkward because Jerry is Jewish.Jewish and George is half-Jewish (George's mother even refuses to get into a German-made car).
--->'''George:''' Uh, astroturf! You know who's responsible for ''that'', don't you? ''The Jews''!
11th Mar '17 7:43:17 PM Vir
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** In "Deep Throats", Brian gets a job as a cab driver. When he sees Cleveland, he decides against picking him up to buy some milk, causing Cleveland to assume Brian didn't pick him up because he was black.
5th Mar '17 11:27:55 PM angie710
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** Many critics seemed to think the UnfortunateImplications were entirely intentional when it is very apparent to most people that it was just an awkward fumble, at worst an example of [[InnocentBigot innocent bigotry]] and more likely just naive oversimplification.

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** Many critics seemed to think the UnfortunateImplications were entirely intentional when it is very apparent to most people that [[HanlonsRazor it was just an awkward fumble, fumble]], at worst an example of [[InnocentBigot innocent bigotry]] and more likely just naive oversimplification.
26th Feb '17 9:24:26 PM TheCuza
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--> "We're not moving!"
*** Another episode has Joy pretending Earl is still her husband and not Darnell when her parents visit her for Christmas, believing her father is extremely racist because he ran off one of her black ex-boyfriends and forbade them to date. It turns out that her father is the exact opposite, having several affairs with black ladies. The only reason he chased the boyfriend away was because he was her half-brother...

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--> ---> "We're not moving!"
*** Another episode has Joy pretending Earl is still her husband and not Darnell when her parents visit her for Christmas, believing her father is extremely racist because he ran off one of her black ex-boyfriends and forbade them to date. It turns out the real reason was that her father is the exact opposite, having several affairs [[YourCheatingHeart had cheated on his wife with numerous black ladies. The only reason he chased women]] and didn't want her dating anyone [[BrotherSisterIncest who could potentially be her half-brother]].
* Similarly to
the boyfriend away was above example, an episode of ''Series/{{House}}'' had a boy whose seemingly racist father disapproved of him dating the black GirlNextDoor, because he was her half-brother...had cheated on his wife with the girl's mother, and the girl is his daughter. Naturally, this information is vital in solving the medical emergency of the week.



-->'''Officer:''' I'm just trying to understand just what kinda hate crime this even was.\\

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-->'''Officer:''' I'm just trying to understand just what kinda hate crime this even was.''was''.\\



'''Officer:''' I mean, if this gentleman were a full-sized homosexual, would that be okay with you?

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'''Officer:''' I mean, if this gentleman were a full-sized ''full-sized'' homosexual, would that ''that'' be okay with you?
14th Feb '17 6:44:31 PM 64SuperNintendo
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14th Jan '17 4:00:13 PM kquinn0830
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* In ''HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'', while the Weasleys are picking up Harry from the Dursleys, Fred and George decide to have some fun by planting a toffee in the living room for Dudley to eat. Said toffee is actually an invention of theirs that causes people's tongues to grow as large as four feet long when they eat one. Arthur chastises them for using magic to mistreat a Muggle for their amusement. Fred and Geroge indignantly tell him they didn't give it to him because he's a Muggle, they gave it to him because he's "[[FatBastard a great]] [[TheBully bullying]] [[{{Jerkass}} git]]".
1st Jan '17 1:22:42 AM CaptainTedium
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}'': A female supervillain called "The Bridesmaid," driven mad by winding up "always a bridesmaid, never a bride," kidnaps several bridegrooms and announces her intention to murder them all. She points her gun at one of the grooms and tells him that he will die first - and [[BlackDudeDiesFirst because this particular groom happens to be African-American, he accuses her of racism for it]]. The Bridesmaid concedes the point and opts to start with one of the other grooms - but, in a sort of inverted case of GenreSavvy, they all catch on and reveal to her their status as members of "oppressed" groups so that the Bridesmaid will not be able to kill any of them either (including one groom who conveniently [[SarcasmMode "remembers"]] that he has a [[SuddenlyEthnicity "Native American grandparent"]]).

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}'': A female supervillain called "The Bridesmaid," driven mad by winding up "always a bridesmaid, never a bride," kidnaps several bridegrooms and announces her intention to murder them all. She points her gun at one of the grooms and tells him that he will die first - and [[BlackDudeDiesFirst because this particular groom happens to be African-American, he accuses her of racism for it]]. The Bridesmaid concedes the point and opts to start with one of the other grooms - but, in a sort of inverted case of GenreSavvy, but they all catch on and reveal to her their status as members of "oppressed" groups so that the Bridesmaid will not be able to kill any of them either (including one groom who conveniently [[SarcasmMode "remembers"]] that he has a [[SuddenlyEthnicity "Native American grandparent"]]).
29th Dec '16 9:28:54 AM nombretomado
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* In a crossover fiction by Creator/AAPessimal which brings together the ''Discworld/TheScienceOfDiscworld'' and ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', [[note]] go to ''Fanfic/TheManyWorldsInterpretation''[[/note]] Discworld Assassin Johanna Smith-Rhodes comes from the Disc's Expy of UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica. To blend in at Caltech she adopts the cover identity of being an academic zoologist from Earth's South Africa. She meets real expat South Africans in a public park in Pasadena where her accent, demeanour and general attitude make her very welcome indeed. Then she discovers to her horror their mind-sets are firmly stuck in [[TheApartheidEra the Good Old Days]], which is why they emigrated to find common cause with white supremacists in the USA. Even though her own society on the Disc is an apartheid one, Johanna has no sympathy with the philosophy and gets out of her compatriots' company as soon as she can. But this has been noted by a certain Ms Janine Davis who was watching. A routine interview with Caltech's HR department follows the next day. Johanna's protestations that, for instance, "one of my best friends is bleck!" drops her more deeply into it. She then gets ''all'' the sensitivity training courses. ''At once''. As this took Howard Wolowitz a year to acheive, he is most impressed. Her realisation is what amounts to a RealLife observation - that white South Africans anywhere outside South Africa are presumed automatically to be racist, even twenty years after the end of TheApartheidEra, and the onus is on them to amply demonstrate that they're not. Especially Afrikaaners.

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* In a crossover fiction by Creator/AAPessimal which brings together the ''Discworld/TheScienceOfDiscworld'' and ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', [[note]] go to ''Fanfic/TheManyWorldsInterpretation''[[/note]] Discworld Assassin Johanna Smith-Rhodes comes from the Disc's Expy of UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica. To blend in at Caltech she adopts the cover identity of being an academic zoologist from Earth's South Africa. She meets real expat South Africans in a public park in Pasadena where her accent, demeanour and general attitude make her very welcome indeed. Then she discovers to her horror their mind-sets are firmly stuck in [[TheApartheidEra [[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra the Good Old Days]], which is why they emigrated to find common cause with white supremacists in the USA. Even though her own society on the Disc is an apartheid one, Johanna has no sympathy with the philosophy and gets out of her compatriots' company as soon as she can. But this has been noted by a certain Ms Janine Davis who was watching. A routine interview with Caltech's HR department follows the next day. Johanna's protestations that, for instance, "one of my best friends is bleck!" drops her more deeply into it. She then gets ''all'' the sensitivity training courses. ''At once''. As this took Howard Wolowitz a year to acheive, he is most impressed. Her realisation is what amounts to a RealLife observation - that white South Africans anywhere outside South Africa are presumed automatically to be racist, even twenty years after the end of TheApartheidEra, UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra, and the onus is on them to amply demonstrate that they're not. Especially Afrikaaners.
23rd Dec '16 1:02:09 PM Vir
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** In the banned episode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein", Peter thinks that being Jewish automatically makes you intelligent (after befriending a stereotypically savvy Jewish financial planner) and takes Chris to get bar mitzvah'ed. When Lois goes to stop them, she talks about how wrong it is, but the people in the synagogue mistakenly think she's a self-hating Jew and chase the Griffins out.

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** In the banned episode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein", Peter thinks that being Jewish automatically makes you intelligent (after befriending a stereotypically savvy Jewish financial planner) and takes Chris to get bar mitzvah'ed. When Lois goes to stop them, she talks about how wrong it is, but the people in the synagogue mistakenly think she's a self-hating Jew and chase the Griffins out.



* In the episode "Romeo Must Wed" from ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', Penny developed a crush on Kwok while rehearsing for their school's production of Romeo & Juliet. After a while, Kwok's parents, the Wongs, politely asked Penny's parents, Oscar and Trudy, that they not allow Penny and Kwok to see each other anymore. While [[MenUseViolenceWomenUseCommunication Trudy remained civil in her inquiry, Oscar immediately jumped to conclusions]], thinking that the Wongs didn't approve of their son having a relationship with Penny because she wasn't "good enough" for them. This prompted both Oscar and Mr. Wong to imply the other was a racist. It turned out the real reason was that Kwok had an arranged bride, who was coming to town for a visit.
* A ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' sketch has Franchise/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/{{Robin}} playing checkers, with the latter stating his distaste for playing the black side. Unfortunately, ComicBook/TheFalcon walks by just as Robin yells out "I hate black!", leading to some [[AngryBlackMan awkwardness, to put it mildly]].

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* In the episode "Romeo Must Wed" from ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'', Penny developed a crush on Kwok while rehearsing for their school's production of Romeo & Juliet.Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet. After a while, Kwok's parents, the Wongs, politely asked Penny's parents, Oscar and Trudy, that they not allow Penny and Kwok to see each other anymore. While [[MenUseViolenceWomenUseCommunication Trudy remained civil in her inquiry, Oscar immediately jumped to conclusions]], thinking that the Wongs didn't approve of their son having a relationship with Penny because she wasn't "good enough" for them. This prompted both Oscar and Mr. Wong to imply the other was a racist. It turned out the real reason was that Kwok had an arranged bride, who was coming to town for a visit.
* A ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' sketch has Franchise/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/{{Robin}} ComicBook/{{Robin}} playing checkers, with the latter stating his distaste for playing the black side. Unfortunately, ComicBook/TheFalcon walks by just as Robin yells out "I hate black!", leading to some [[AngryBlackMan awkwardness, to put it mildly]].
3rd Dec '16 9:11:17 AM HighCrate
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* Bert Newton once famously said [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWKyDGGptA4 "I like the boy!"]] when referring to Muhammad Ali, who didnít take it that well. Bert was making a CallBack to a recurring comedy routine in which he [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbEPpdtz9b8 impersonated Colonel Sanders]] -- unfortunately in America, ''boy'' can be considered a racist insult ("No matter how old he is, a black man is always 'boy'"). Luckily, Muhammad Ali did quickly get over it.
** It should be mentioned that "boy" is a common term of address in the American South, as in the phrase "good old boy." It's often condescending, but not necessarily racist. When used to address an African-American male, it will ''always'' have racist connotations, no matter how unintended.
* The term "black hole" has been mistaken for racist [[http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/06/11/naacp-urges-hallmark-pull-racist-card-shelves/ at least]] [[http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,380143,00.html twice]].
* In 1999 Washington, D.C. ombudsman David Howard, a white man, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversies_about_the_word_%22niggardly%22 used the word "niggardly"]] (which means "miserly", and has a completely different etymology from that ''other'' N word) when talking about the budget, which was interpreted by a black man as being the other word. Howard resigned from his job because of this, but later took another job in the administration.
** The incident led to something of a clash of beleaguered minorities, as Howard happened to be gay and his resignation (widely believed to be forced) was roundly protested by gay-rights activists. Howard's boss, then-mayor Anthony Williams, later conceded that he'd "acted too hastily" in accepting Howard's resignation.
* The expression [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_a_spade_a_spade "To call a spade a spade"]] dates back to Plutarch in Greek. The ethnic slur dates no earlier than the late '20s.
* An ancient Roman text describes a visiting African man as "someone you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley at night." This is because the Romans believed ghosts were black, like living shadows; the [[BedsheetGhost white bedsheet look]] is much more recent. Still possibly racist or at least offensive (in the sense that comparing a very pale white person to a modern ghost would be), just not for the seemingly obvious reason.

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* Australian entertainer Bert Newton once famously said [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWKyDGGptA4 "I like the boy!"]] when referring to Muhammad Ali, who didnít take it that well. Bert was making a CallBack to a recurring comedy routine in which he [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbEPpdtz9b8 impersonated Colonel Sanders]] -- unfortunately in America, ''boy'' can be considered a racist insult ("No matter how old he is, a black man is always 'boy'"). Luckily, Muhammad Ali did quickly get over it.
** It should be mentioned that "boy" is a common term of address in the American South, as in the phrase "good old boy." It's often condescending, but not necessarily racist. When used to address an African-American male, it will ''always'' have racist connotations, no matter how unintended.
*
%%* The term "black hole" has been mistaken for racist [[http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/06/11/naacp-urges-hallmark-pull-racist-card-shelves/ at least]] [[http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,380143,00.html twice]].
* In 1999 Washington, D.C. ombudsman David Howard, a white man, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversies_about_the_word_%22niggardly%22 used the word "niggardly"]] (which means "miserly", and has a completely different etymology from that ''other'' N word) when talking about the budget, which was interpreted by a black man as being the other word. Howard resigned from his job because of this, but later took another job in the administration.
**
administration. The incident led to something of a clash of beleaguered minorities, as Howard happened to be gay and his resignation (widely believed to be forced) was roundly protested by gay-rights activists. Howard's boss, then-mayor Anthony Williams, later conceded that he'd "acted too hastily" in accepting Howard's resignation.
* The expression [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_a_spade_a_spade "To call a spade a spade"]] dates back to Plutarch in Greek. The ethnic slur dates no earlier than the late '20s.
* An ancient Roman text describes a visiting African man as "someone you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley at night." This is because the Romans believed ghosts were black, like living shadows; the [[BedsheetGhost white bedsheet look]] is much more recent. Still possibly racist or at least offensive (in the sense that comparing a very pale white person to a modern ghost would be), just not for the seemingly obvious reason.
resignation.



** [[NoSwastikas Swastikas]] are a common element of some neo-pagan symbols, and some (like Thor's hammer), distinctly resemble swastikas. Most neo-pagans avoid them for this reason, or find alternatives. It should also be noted that swastikas were a symbol of auspiciousness in Buddhism and Hinduism long before the Nazis, and some Buddhist and Hindu temples feature them. This can easily be misunderstood as racist. Also see NonNaziSwastika.
* In 1992, Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot was raked over the coals when, during an address to the NAACP's national convention, he twice referred to the audience as "you people." He was so shaken up by the resulting controversy that he dropped out of the race (although he [[TenMinuteRetirement got back in]] a couple of months later).



** Relatedly, a lot of AnimeAndManga (but mainly the former) tend to abbreviate the term "Second Season" as "SS" to... sometimes unfortunate reactions.



* Famously occurred with the casting of the first season of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' where Thuy Trang and Walter Jones, of Vietnamese and African descent respectively, were cast as the Yellow and Black Rangers. The was unintentional and the creators made good about not repeating it. (They did put a Native American as the Red Ranger in ''Series/PowerRangersZeo'', but that was because the character was already the EnsembleDarkhorse and production wanted to promote him to TheHero and team leader, [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority who wears red by default]]. There was also another black Black Ranger in ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive'', but suit color was the least of the character's UnfortunateImplications.)
** The explanation for the casting, according to Jones himself: His character was supposed to be the Blue Ranger, but was swapped to Black with his consent (he actually thought the Black Ranger costume was cooler) because it made the Sentai footage better match up with the idea that his character was the Red Ranger's best friend. Meanwhile, the Yellow Ranger was originally portrayed by a Latina actress, but got recast with Trang after the pilot. Nobody realized the implications until after several episodes had been filmed and it was too late to do anything about it.



* A potential problem for equestrians talking about Arab horses as seen by [[http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?404502-You-know-you-really-ARE-a-horse-obsessed-whack-job&p=7004990#post7004990 this]] post on an equestrian forum.
* A local TV news program once investigated an Australian man who'd apparently called a real estate ad that said "No Asians" into a local newspaper. It turned out he meant [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YM9Ereg2Zo something else entirely]].
* Kids who haven't been introduced to the concept of race yet may accidentally say racist things [[InnocentlyInsensitive without realizing how offensive it may sound.]]
* There have been a few manga/anime/video game series in which the creators were called racist by Westerners due to their depiction of the non-Japanese, particularly black people (but non-Japanese Asians also tend to look distinctly different). In truth, there's just not a lot of non-Japanese people in Japan, so the creators of those works have to go on whatever information they can find. Today the depictions are less unintentionally offensive, but up until the mid-2000s or so... They could be misinterpreted.
* As mentioned above, there is a tendency for white South Africans anywhere outside South Africa to automatically be presumed to be racist, even twenty years after the end of TheApartheidEra, and the onus is on them to amply demonstrate that they're not. This especially applies to Afrikaaners. Comedians such as Trevor Noah have elaborated on this in their routines.
* ValuesDissonance also applies: in Great Britain, the word "Jap" is pretty much a neutral shorthand for people of Japanese origin and presumes nothing actively racist. Ouside the diminishing number of people with direct memories of WW2 in the Far East - who can often be vitriolic in hatred of all things Japanese - there really isn't very much active racism. But go to the USA and refer to East Asian people of a particular nationality as "the Japs"... British people have been genuinely alarmed and perplexed at the reactions they encountered.

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* %%* A potential problem for equestrians talking about Arab horses as seen by [[http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?404502-You-know-you-really-ARE-a-horse-obsessed-whack-job&p=7004990#post7004990 this]] post on an equestrian forum.
* %%* A local TV news program once investigated an Australian man who'd apparently called a real estate ad that said "No Asians" into a local newspaper. It turned out he meant [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YM9Ereg2Zo something else entirely]].
* Kids who haven't been introduced to the concept of race yet may accidentally say racist things [[InnocentlyInsensitive without realizing how offensive it may sound.]]
* There have been a few manga/anime/video game series in which the creators were called racist by Westerners due to their depiction of the non-Japanese, particularly black people (but non-Japanese Asians also tend to look distinctly different). In truth, there's just not a lot of non-Japanese people in Japan, so the creators of those works have to go on whatever information they can find. Today the depictions are less unintentionally offensive, but up until the mid-2000s or so... They could be misinterpreted.
* As mentioned above, there is a tendency for white South Africans anywhere outside South Africa to automatically be presumed to be racist, even twenty years after the end of TheApartheidEra, and the onus is on them to amply demonstrate that they're not. This especially applies to Afrikaaners. Comedians such as Trevor Noah have elaborated on this in their routines.
* ValuesDissonance also applies: in Great Britain, the word "Jap" is pretty much a neutral shorthand for people of Japanese origin and presumes nothing actively racist. Ouside the diminishing number of people with direct memories of WW2 in the Far East - who can often be vitriolic in hatred of all things Japanese - there really isn't very much active racism. But go to the USA and refer to East Asian people of a particular nationality as "the Japs"... British people have been genuinely alarmed and perplexed at the reactions they encountered.
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