Since they had no boots due to the trenches eating them away, when they ran their feet became all covered in mud. A real estate agent who sells a home in an upper-class white neighborhood to a black family, thus lowering the values of other homes in the neighborhood.

(This can be stretched to include inviting a black or minority friend over for dinner.)A bludger, or more accurately "dole-bludger", in Australian slang is someone who doesnt work and relies on the government for money (doles).

The Christian Bible includes the "New Testament" whereas the Jewish Bible does not.

From TV show "The Brady Bunch," especially used to make the point that whites are acting "uncool." A variation is to refer to someone by the names of one of the Brady Bunch children,i.e., Peter, Marsha, etc.

Term probably comes from the briar bushes found in Appalachian states. Applied locally to redneck Kentucky native or other southerner from Appalachia who resettled in Southwestern Ohio during or after WWII in search of factory jobs.

(Possible connection tot the ghost like appearance of the KKK)During the Industrial boom of the auto industry and OSHA'a requirement of safety precautions, workers were required to wear steel-toed boots.

Common steel-toed boots are black in color and have large, bulky toes - referencing the size of black's lips.

#2 would require it be spelled cane-eater, if you prefer.

From Johnny Canuck, emerging in 1869 as a "younger, simpler cousin to America's Uncle Sam or Britain's John Bull." Reborn during World War II as Canada's 'defender from the Nazi menace.' Could only be a slur if you say it the right way.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.The Boogie man of which they spoke was in essence the white man.The Islanders were named after a less than academically gifted character (Benny) in a mediocre British TV soap (Crossroads) by British troops stationed on the Islands after the failed Argentinian invasion.Seen on a Conan O'Brien sketch "Rednecks' Favorite Euphemisms for Jews," backwards refers to the difference between the Christian Bible and the Jewish one.Refers to circumcision and consumerism (never pay retail).