Charlie Moore: No Offense - Netflix

From Redfish and cigar bars in South Carolina to Bone Fish and Lomi Lomi in Hawaii, I have been invited to visit a lot of cool places all around the world and have met many great people during three seasons of Charlie Moore: No Offense. I would really like to come into your hometown and have you show me what makes it a great destination to visit.

Charlie Moore: No Offense - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-01-05

Charlie Moore: No Offense - List of ethnic slurs by ethnicity - Netflix

This list of ethnic slurs compiles words that are, or have been, used ethnic slurs sorted by ethnicity. For the purposes of this list, ethnicity can be defined by either race, nationality or ethnicity.

Charlie Moore: No Offense - Irish - Netflix

Bog-trotter' or Bog Irish Derogatory term for the Irish derived from Irish practice of peat farming. Mick Derogatory term for an Irishman in the U.S. and U.K. Like Mickey, Mike, and Mikey, Mick is a common abbreviation or nickname for Michael (in English) or Mícheál (its equivalent in Irish), which are common names for Irish males (such as Mick McCarthy). Paddy Derogatory term for an Irish man, derived from a nickname for Pádraig, a common Irish name for males after St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The term is not always intended to be derogatory - for instance, it was used by Taoiseach-in-waiting Enda Kenny in February 2011. Prod Abbreviation for 'Protestant', especially Northern Ireland Protestants, often used alongside 'Taig', in expressions such as 'both Taigs and Prods'; like other such abbreviations everywhere, it is often used for convenience, or as a friendly nickname, or as self-description, usually without any offense being intended, and usually without any offense being taken. Taig derived from the Irish Gaelic forename Tadhg, often used to describe Catholics in Northern Ireland. It often has implications of Republican sympathy. It is often used alongside 'Prod', in expressions such as 'both Taigs and Prods'. Snout Offensive term used in Northern Ireland to describe Protestants of British descent living in Northern Ireland.

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