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Freddy Woo writes: "I once worked on an animation to help highlight the issues homeless people face in winter. The client was happy with the work, then a note came back that the ethnic mix of the characters were wrong. These were cartoon characters. They weren't meant to be ethnically anything, but we were forced to make one of them brown, at the cost of about 10k to the charity. This is how your donations are spent. Wisely as you can see."

How has PC affected you? (Please add your own tales - not five-year-old news stories cut-and-pasted from other websites)

(, Thu 22 Nov 2007, 10:20)
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Paki Murdering Festival
In the Cornish village where I live, we've held an annual 'Paki Murdering Festival' for the last 400 years without anyone getting upset about it.

Then, last year the do-gooding, interfering busybodies at the Commission for Racial Equality decided that this was apparently no longer 'politically correct' because, and I quote, "murder is a criminal offence".

They called in the police and had our community concentration camp closed down.

This is just political correctness gone mad! What next, stopping us marrying our siblings?
(, Fri 23 Nov 2007, 8:57, 1 reply)
I assume this is a reference to "Darkie Day" in Cornwall?
An old harmless festival that even local black people said they enjoyed, but was banned anyway because 2 visitors complained.
(, Fri 23 Nov 2007, 11:20, closed)

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