This is kind of an interesting term, because "Ebony" is considered a very good word and used by Blacks to reference themselves (some even name their children "Ebony"). Somewhat popular..to refer to the presence of British people (whites) when China and Britan were at war, towards the end of the 19th century, and the beginning of the 20th. ") Mocking the fact that its offensive to blacks when whites say nigger.
However, you'll probably never see a White person naming their kid "Ivory", and a magazine named "Ivory" solely concerning White fashion, beauty, and Superstars will never be made. Can be insulting if said the right way Used by white people to describe other white people, is offensive if black people say it to whites. Reference to the coloring of vanilla flavored foods.
Used when Native Americans and Blacks describing Whites whom they see as hurting them many times in present and past and represent an ongoing unhealed open wound, also wounds are often pink in color (the open sore) so it represents the color of many whites who look pink During 2005, the imageboard 4chan experienced an increase in the usage of the derogatory slur "Wapanese".This term is said to have originated in England before the 16th century, refering to the lower class whose diet primarily consisted of "crackers", actually biscuits.Many of their descendants were sent to the Georgia penal colony, hence "Georgia crackers." White people had invented this name for themselves before the first slave was brought to America, although it is still in use today by mostly older blacks referring to whites.Since Weeaboo is an exact synonym of Wapanese, its usage is exactly the same.That is, it is used to describe a white person who is obssesed with japanese culture.