- n. Alternative form of golliwog.
“The word gollywog is a mix of two words that have been used to describe people of colour or Black African Caribean People.”
“If she said Andy Murrays hair looks like the hair on the Robertsons gollywog, is she right.”
“For better or worse, 'gollywog' has taken on new connotations.”
“A gollywog is a stuffed toy people used to hug before they went to bed. '**** ing Jews', as this man calls such people, are, in his view, something to be 'wiped off the face of the earth’.”
“11:10 I was not expecting people to be defending the use of the word 'gollywog'.”
“Swearing, calling for the death of Israeli soldiers; presumably the BBC are up in arms, just as they were when Carol Thatcher used the word gollywog.”
“If so, surely the language “gollywog,” is a bit out of order. on February 6, 2009 at 1: 40 pm | Reply Von Spreuth”
“Great … … on February 4, 2009 at 1: 12 pm | Reply petoskystone here i was thinking that ‘gollywog’ was like ‘polliwog’. which lead to ‘frogs have no hair, so this makes no sense’. dang – i miss all the decent slurs! on February 4, 2009 at 1: 30 pm | Reply Stocking”
“Is the word ‘gollywog’ itself illegal? is it a criminal offence to use it?”
“In just the same way that they all said gollywog this and gollywog that during that phoney farrago.”
Looking for tweets for gollywog.