I told u a zillion times, Polack is an derogatory term for all Poles not just Polish Americans, actually especially Poles in Poland or ones who recently came to the States.
I'm claiming it as an offensive word to describe plastic Poles in America. It's not aimed at real Poles, nor is it aimed at the decent Poles who go to America for a better life - it's solely used to describe those that wouldn't do a damned thing for Poland.
If you called me this to my face you would be swallowing your rotten British teeth.
Sure. Easy to say on the internet, tough Polack.
Then again, it's a hallmark of being a Polack - you sit around, whine and complain about alleged insults, yet when it comes to actually getting off your ass and helping Poland - naaah. Too difficult.
There is nothing wrong with poking fun at other nations ... nothing at all.
Exactly. We have a stereotype of the Dutch all being sex crazed monsters who ride bikes and stick their thumbs in dikes while wearing clogs. Heck, even one guy named his flat the "Lothar Mattheus" flat in order to make sure that Dutch people didn't visit!