- n. Plural form of spic.
“Upon further information and belief, Mr. Dunleavy also repeatedly described Hispanics as "spics" in drafts of the news stories he submitted to editors at the Post.”
“I guess McCain's too used to calling Hispanic-Americans "spics" in Arizona.”
“Marsha Jordan filleted with disgust those Americans whom Matthews defends, those who belittle "spics" and fought to exclude Chicanos from Aurora and Chicago society for fear of change.”
“Being able to type rather than rant about how those dumb spics and niggers (not to mention those dirty, dirty sluts) are somehow bringing you down must make the house so much quieter.”
“Being the broke spics we were, we just lined up a tarp, put dish soap on it and slid on that mother fucker.”
“I tried to talk to the sergeant, but he said, `You spics don't have rights here,'" said Malave, a former New Haven police officer.”
“Ohh great another movie that will encourage a bunch of poor spics to buy stickers, fart cans, and huge wings for their moms honda. wooooohooooo!”
“He went to great lengths to make me uncomfortable by constantly bringing up the subject of my ethnicity and complaining about how many spics worked at his store.”
“Kids from the Homestead Air Force Base called us spics, gave us the finger, and told us to go back where we belonged.”
“I tried to talk to the sergeant, but he said, 'You spics don't have rights here,' said Malave, a former New Haven police officer.”
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