A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from February 02, 2017
“White rice or brown rice?"/"Both. I’m not a riceist.”

Is someone who discriminates between white rice and brown rice a “riceist” (rice + racist)? “I really like plain white rice, although I suppose that does make me a bit of a rice racist.  Riceist?  Ah well” was posted on the newsgroup rec.games.computer.ultima.dragons on May 28, 2000. “I don’t like brown rice. Does that make me a riceist?” was asked on Yahoo! Answers on August 12, 2006.

Riceist—someone who prefers white rice but dislikes brown rice” was entered in the Urban Dictionary on April 13, 2013. “Riceist” is a joke that has been infrequently used.

“Riceist” has also been directed to Asian people and/or products (such as Japanese automobiles), and this use might be considered derogatory.


Google Groups: rec.games.computer.ultima.dragons
I like breasts.
Lost Dragon
5/28/00
(...)
I really like plain white rice, although I suppose that does make me a bit of a rice racist.  Riceist?  Ah well.

jaithirtha.net
Fran: Brown rice or white rice?
Me: Brown or white? What do you take me for, Fran, a riceist?
(...)
This entry was posted in Attempts at creative stuff, Random musings on October 31, 2005 by Anu.

Yahoo! Answers (August 12, 2006)
I don’t like brown rice. Does that make me a riceist?
Best Answer: yes but don’t blame your self these things are in… grained ...
you may be a cereal ricest
getting boiled up over this may just make you a softer more palatable type that people find easier to swallow lol
hey thx this is fun lol

Straight Dope Message Board
Puns: Your personal best
Dervorin
0-01-2008, 06:21 PM
I was once asked whether I wanted white rice or brown rice for lunch, and I said “Well, I’ll have a bit of both. I’m no riceist”.

Twitter
Charlie
‏@wellgayed
Zao noodle bar is hitting the spot right now - am digging the white rice, which is unusual for me.  This makes me a riceist.
3:46 PM - 3 Mar 2009

Urban Dictionary
rice-ist
a racist comment directed at asians
White co-worker to Asian co-worker:
“Do you like rice?”
Asian to co-worker, “That is so rice-ist!”

#ricist #racist #asians #pc #china
by fluffer09 March 06, 2009

Twitter
Jennifer Jahncke
‏@thejenjay
I’m having a politically correct lunch, we’re mixing the black rice with the white rice. I’m no riceist.
1:52 PM - 25 Jun 2009

Twitter
Josh Belville
‏@joshbelville
Would you call someone who prefers white rice over brown a riceist? #killmenow
3:19 PM - 23 Oct 2009

Urban Dictionary
riceist
someone who prefers white rice but dislikes brown rice
see how he wont even look at the brown rice what a riceist.
#rice-ist #racist #riceobjector #picky eater #hater
by sir kramer the great April 13, 2013

Reddit—Dad Jokes
My wife actually laughed at this one. (self.dadjokes)
submitted February 8, 2014 by iwakun
Me: You filled this container with the wrong kind of rice
Her: All rice looks the same to me.
Me: I can’t believe I married a riceist.

Facebook
Do NOT TRY This AT Home!” “Oh Man, we have to do this
December 5, 2016 ·
I was telling my friend that brown rice is the same as white rice, but with a criminal record…
He called me a riceist.

Twitter
GOOSE
‏@goosebucket
A: I got brown rice.
K: I got white rice. Cuz I’m racist?
A: Excuse me, it’s “riceist.”
12:36 PM - 20 Jan 2017

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