For him, if people weren't German they were Bohunks
, Polacks, Dagoes, and of course filthy Jew pigs, even if that coward never even hinted at anything like that about Jews in front of Demand.
For this reason, it is difficult to agree with Goska that "Blanche abandoned her too sensitive husband while acting out her own inner Bohunk
, lured by the light of the primitive as represented by overtly Polish music" (412) or with Sam Staggs who quipped that "Blanche had low-brow tastes" (When Blanche Met Brando: The Scandalous Story of "A Streetcar Named Desire" [NY: St.
The critics who would have us believe that there is something essentially unpoetical about a bohunk
(whatever a bohunk
may be) and something essentially poetical about Sir Lancelot of the Lake are, of course, simply negligible.
I Got You," in fact, is just the kind of song someone Young and In Love would glom on to when today's young bohunk
of choice duds out in the football zone or opts for a Saturday night kegger.
Talk to the people left in cities on the skids, and you'll quickly hear some variant on one or more of the following: If only heavy industry hadn't gone south, if only Standard Oil or Boeing or Consolidated Fuzz or the Browns hadn't moved, if only the weather were different, if only the blacks or the Puerto Ricans or the Italians or the bohunks
or the unions or the Jews or the Bilderbergers or air conditioning hadn't ruined it all.
Earlier, Scandinavians made good money on the railway, but now bohunks are working = Poles & Galaciers & such people.
But on some places the bohunks get priority since those poor idiots will gladly work for food alone.
They were Polaks, Honkies, Bohunks
, DPs, and Human Garbage.