Call a white person "cracker" if they call you "nigga?" We were in class and this girl said, "what's up my nigga?" So, I said "what's up cracker?" Then got ISS (in school suspension).
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Nope. Oh, good old ISS. I remember that place. So many times. That's where I perfected the art of falling asleep with my chin rested on my propped up arm. I remember, a friend and I used pencils to drill a hole in the walls that separated the kids, so we could pass notes. Good times. Good times.
Well. It could be perceived as rude, sure. But anything can be perceived as rude, pretty much. "Nigga" is pretty much default assumed to be ultra-rude when used by a non-initiated white person, of course. Don't worry. I'm an honorary black dude.
In general, it's best to just avoid using words that could possibly offend someone. I like doing it on purpose, just to see people get riled up over a syllable. But, I also don't care what people think of me so... It's smarter to just avoid words that can be confrontational. Particularly when you're around authority figures or people who will beat your ass for saying them.
If the teacher heard only you, then it makes sense she would only send you to ISS. But, if she heard both of you, you should talk to the principal. If the principal doesn't care, then you should talk to the superintendent. Or, basically just go up the ladder. Eventually, you'll find someone who will bring the Hammer of Thor down on the teacher and the principal. It's pretty racist of the teacher to only punish you, when you both said potentially insulting words. If you care. Letting it go would probably be less stressful. Probably. But, if it upset you a lot, then yeah.0
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