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  • n. Plural form of honkey.

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Examples

  • It was that the guidelines that had protected them and their business for years were too stringent from a financial standpoint to allow minorities by and large to qualify in the same numbers as non-minorities (honkeys, if you will).

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • MICHELE RHEE RESIGNS AS DC SCHOOL CHANCELLOR - Residents of Wards two and three will feign concern for a while save those select honkeys with kids enrolled at Woodrow Wilson High School before going back to worrying about their endangered bike paths.

    HUFFPOST HILL - OCTOBER 13TH, 2010

  • McCain's negative ads will be "Michelle kidnaps white children, chains them up in the basement and tortures them while she plays loud gangsta rap calls them honkeys."

    McCain: I Can't Stop Outside Groups From Attacking Obama

  • Another six honkeys on the hideously white yet vociferiously anti-BNP BBC.

    QUESTION TIME LIVEBLOG...

  • It's because some poor schmuck of a scriptwriter or an author looked at their cast and went God damn, that's a lot of honkeys.

    nobody loves me here. nobody wants me here.

  • Just watching that group of geriatric, Y-chromosomed honkeys and feeling the ever-flowing testosterone in the room, I immediatlely felt safer.

    Cliff Schecter: What I Learned From Republican Debate

  • One of the closest candidates to this was Andrew Jackson, a great federal bank hater who cleared out a lot of Indians so honkeys could get along a little better.

    the palin drone

  • Well, that illustrious group of geriatric honkeys known as the Republican presidential wannabes disembarked last night in what is for them the political equivalent of Taj Mahal, The Torture Museum in Amsterdam and a night out in Bangkok trolling for "massages" all rolled into one: Ronnie's Library.

    05/04/2007

  • “Well those stupid honkeys deserve it because they live in the arctic.”

    Should New Orleans be rebuilt? « BuzzMachine

  • You are not fine to say — as strong athiesm does — that “there are no glow-honkeys” in general — the point being that glow-honkey is a word that is defined by the individual.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Atheism and Proselytization:

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