Kind of a spinoff--but I cringe when white people (usually men) say "Girl you're gonna (insert comment here)." Methinks they would not be saying that if I were white.I would assume the person saying "my black peeps" considers themselves black, because of the "my." I don't see how a white person could say that. It just wouldn't make sense.I can't vote in your poll, because whether or not I would be offended depends on your race, and also context/your intent.
That's why I didn't bat an eye when Ani started her thread entitled, "Question for my white peeps." She's half white herself, so I didn't think she meant for it to be offensive.
I *do* find it offensive when someone who is white tries to talk to me about stereotypical stuff they think black folk have an interest in. It happens to me very rarely, but when it does, it is definitely cringe-worthy.
It's happened to me so many times and I am not offended, but I feel a bit embarrassed for them when it happens.