A popular slur in the United States has a long history in Australia, with many people believing it to be derogatory.
A recent Australian survey found that nearly 70 per cent of Australians think it is derogatory.
A survey conducted by the Australian Institute of Company Directors found that around 30 per cent respondents said they believed the word ‘sick’ was derogatory.
Other popular slurs used in Australia include:’shiny eyes’ and ‘goddamn eyes’Many people have argued that the word used by many in Australia to describe the look of a young woman’s face is inappropriate and should be avoided.’
The word ‘goon’ is used in South Australia, while the word for ‘young lady’ is ‘fanny’.’
Sick’ is also used to describe a young person in the UK, according to the Australian National Dictionary.
The word “sad” has been used to refer to a variety of conditions, including those related to depression and anxiety, as well as physical pain.
But a poll conducted by online survey company Ipsos on behalf of the ABC found that people were generally opposed to using the word to describe people with mental health issues.’
Sad eyes’ was also considered derogatory in Australia.’
Sad hands’ was not.’
We’re not going to ban the word sad hands.
We’re just saying we won’t use it in public places,’ Ms Macdonald said.’
But we think it’s very offensive.’
What’s more, the Australian word for eyes is sad, so it’s a very good way of saying that it’s bad eyes.’