Slur Represents Reason & Origins
Bubble Greeks "Bubble & Squeak" is Cockney slang for Greek.
Flease Greeks Flap Grease. Since greeks work in the diners all of their lives, their uncircumcised penis build up grease underneath the flap. hence the name Flease
Goatbanger Greeks Self Explanatory
Gobbler Greeks Refers to the greek penis. They are uncircumcised, the flap resembles the neck of a turkey, also known as the gobbler.
Grease Ball/Bag Greeks Possibly because of the grease they sometimes put in their hair or because of the types of food they make. Also: Greaser. Applicable to Italians, Greeks, and Hispanics.
Guppie Greeks Pronounced 'guppy' (like the fish). From Greek + Yuppie. Originated in Astoria, New York, which is densely populated with Greeks. Not necessarily derogatory.
Highboots Greeks Attributed to fishing heritage/large number of Greek immigrants to US with that trade. Heard from the matriarch of a large Greek-American family.
Homocrat Greeks The Greeks invented democracy and some say homosexuality
Lamb Chop Greeks Greeks in general love lamb, but also it makes reference to Greek women's hairy sideburns
Mythmaker Greeks Because the Greeks made up myths
Olive Nigger Greeks Greece is renowned for its olives.
Olive-Picker Greeks Large amount of olives
Pendos Greeks Used by Russians as a derogatory term for Greeks. There has been a sizable Greek community in southern Russia for many generations. Many of them originally hailed from the Pontus region of Turkey. Hence Pontus=Pendos.
Tuft Greeks Many Greeks wear their hair high on the front of their head, apparently because they use it for protection when in a fight
Uni-brow Greeks They tend to have hairy the eyebrows that often meet and appear as one. Also applies to some Italians.
Wog Greeks Originated from the cheap labour sent to Australia to work on Government project in return for citizenship back around the 1940-1960's. Workers Of the Goverenment was printed on the back of their coveralls. Made popular by the movie "The Wog Boy"
Yanni Greeks The famous piano player named Yanni.
Zorba Greeks From the novel "Zorba the Greek," by Nikos Kazantzakis.