Honky

Honky (also spelled honkie or sometimes honkey) is a racial slur for white people, predominantly heard in the United States and Great Britain. The first recorded use of honky in this context possibly dates to 1946 (although the use of "honky tonk" appeared in films well before that time), yet the exact origins of the word are generally unknown and vary.

Read more about Honky:  Possible Meanings, Origins and Uses, Use in Music and Entertainment, Use in Television and Film

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MC Honky
... MC Honky is a stage persona whose only album release is I Am the Messiah ... a middle-age disc jockey from Silverlake, California, MC Honky is promoted by and widely considered to be Mark Oliver Everett (or "E") of Eels ... Aside from their commercial association, it has been noted that "E=MC Honky" bears some relation to E = mc², because, as it is reasoned on fan sites, a honky is a "square" ...
Honky Tonk (disambiguation)
... A honky-tonk is a type of bar ... The phrase may also refer to In music Honky tonk music, a subgenre of country music Honky Tonk (album), by Dude Mowrey "Honky Tonk" (song), 1956 instrumental written by Billy Butler ...
Honky Tonk Attitude
... Honky Tonk Attitude is the third studio album by American country music artist Joe Diffie ... Released in 1993, it features the singles "Honky Tonk Attitude", "Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)", "John Deere Green", and "In My Own Backyard ...
Traditional Country Music - Second Generation (1930s–1940s) - Honky Tonk
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Honky - Use in Television and Film
... (SNL), Chevy Chase and Richard Pryor used both nigger (Chase) and honky (Pryor) in reference to one another during a "racist word association interview" ... rendition of "King Tut," which contained in its lyrics the word honky ... regularly referred to a white person as a honky (or whitey) as did Redd Foxx on Sanford and Son ...