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Waitress, Whale, Whip, Wine, Witch

illustrated threads linked above, unillustrated suggestions listed below…


Warhol

scrump

As the late Andy Warhol would say...

(I'd think a tomato soup can would be fine)

(but also a skinny weirdo)

The Headmaster

He's not politically incorrect, the opposite even. In any case, Andy Warhol already receives a tribute in 'clown'.


Watermelon

grampy
Posted on: 14 January 2006, 12:10am

Not particularly offensive until you illustrate it being consumed by a "person of color."

The Headmaster
Posted on: 7 February 2006, 12:53pm

You'd be thinking of something along these lines... www.grandmasgraphics.com/graphics/littleones/littleones350.jpg


Wench

Jonathan Katz
Emailed on 10 June 2007

What's more un-PC than a buxom barmaid? Plus, it gives you an excuse to draw a buxom barmaid.

The Headmaster
Added on: 11 May 2007

I can't fault your reasoning - we already have Waitress of course, but a flaxen haired Wench spilling out of her top could be a worthy addition.


Werewolf

DrWombatMD

How 'bout "Werewolf"? Or "Lycan" if you'd like to get all technical. Both would be cool, too.

The Headmaster

Way back in November last year I'd considered adding the rest of the Hammer Horror entourage but put it off. There's still the possibility though...

See Vampire.

DrWombatMD

Oh man! That would be so awesome. Then you could include Frankenstine and the Creature from the Black Lagoon and everyone else.


Whore

Shayla

;D

The Headmaster

See Tart.


Workman

The School Bully

I imagine this term for a labourer will have fallen out of favour.

The School Bully

The associated 'men at work' road sign could also be considered part of this suggestion. As Harry Hill pointed out today on television, it's the sign that looks like a man putting up an umbrella.

The Headmaster

You're right, it is best illustrated with shovel and pile of dirt included, the council workman digging up the road.

The politically correct replacements don't immediately spring to mind ('labourer' generally implies unskilled, which 'workman' doesn't necessarily; the 'men at work' road sign is now 'roadworks' I think, skirting the issue), so this is a well entrenched example (ouch, the pun).

The text on this page is archived from The Politically Incorrect Alphabet Forum - which unfortunately broke on August 2nd 2006 through overuse. A list of completed un-PC illustrations and their archived threads can be found here.

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