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This is kind of an interesting term, because "Ebony" is considered a very good word and used by Blacks to reference themselves (some even name their children "Ebony").
However, you'll probably never see a White person naming their kid "Ivory", and a magazine named "Ivory" solely concerning White fashion, beauty, and Superstars will never be made. Possibly derived from the "MC" often used after many black nicknames.
Bogans may be found at all times on back roads, at rugby matches, and in public bars.
If you can't see a bogan straight away, they may be shy - try watching the older Holden Kingswoods for activity.
Females are actively repelled by cries of "getchagearsoff" or "showusyagrowler" if they dare venture too close.
Like geeks, rugbyheads and best friends of popular girls, the Bogan is the non-viable offspring of apparently fertile humans. Source: & UDEnslaved African-Americans told tales to their children of a Boogie Man who would abduct you, kill you or otherwise cause harm to you if you were to leave the plantation.
Others say it comes from hearing Americans sing the popular song "Green Grow the Rushes" (unlikely though). This is a term that describes somebody of mixed ethnic or racial background, usually (but not always) Asian/Pacific Islander and Caucasian.
Yet others believe it comes from when soldiers were in South America and they all wore green outfits, and they would say, "Green Go." Gringa for females. It comes from the Hawaiian term "hapa haole," which means "half-white." It is becoming increasingly used by the Asian Pacific American community and is not necessarily considered derogatory.
Was probably redefined in the days of American slavery by the slavemaster's "Crack" of the whip.
Habitat: The beach in summer, but only those with free road access. Despite the heat, bogans NEVER expose their torsos, even when swimming.
Science has yet to explain why they refuse to shed their protective coating of black fabric.
Is generally used to refer to all foreigners/tourists of apparently northern European descent.
Some say it comes from Spanish "griego" (meaning Greek) which used to be used to refer to anything foreign. The ships often left on early morning tides or during the night, causing the locals to believe they were "ghosts" who were seen and then disappeared.
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Might also come from the African Wolof word "Honq" meaning red or pink and used to describe white men.