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Brian Carney’s Signs of White Trash

12 Dec

After reading about my white trash encounter, Brian Carney had some things to add about white trash. Here they are:

Growing up in Quincy was great, and only those who actually grew up here knew what it was like at one point. Then something happened. No one really knows exactly how it happened, but it just happened. It was like some sort of zombie apocalypse took over the city we once loved and were proud to be from. With a lot of people moving out of Quincy that means open homes are available, so if you’re not from the area and are looking to buy, be aware of the signs of white trash.

The EBT card, now when some people are hard on their luck they need things like this, but not the people who have a blue tooth head set on with their 7-11 sun glasses on.

The old English tattoo on the forearm, just in case they get lost or forget who they are, their name or neighborhood is tattooed vertically on their forearm.

The quick fix of the car, with all their money being frozen from a recent lawsuit they won they cant afford to fix the car so they do the quick fix of the car so they can make it to the corner store to pick up butts.

The Newport 100, can’t beat this deal, paying the same price as regular cigarettes but with an extra ¾ of an inch added on?!

The unity of the white trash family, no matter what wrong doing they or their family members have done they are all proud of it, even the dog.

Fila clothes, even though this brand was never in style even 20 years ago, it was a great deal at Bradlee’s.

Well there you have it, if you just moved into Quincy or are thinking about it be aware of these people… they’re everywhere. And remember work harder, millions of people on welfare depend on us! Have a Quincy day.

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2 Responses to “Brian Carney’s Signs of White Trash”

  1. m_e_k December 13, 2011 at 8:59 am #

    “Growing up in Quincy was great, and only those who actually grew up here knew what it was like at one point. Then something happened. No one really knows exactly how it happened, but it just happened. It was like some sort of zombie apocalypse took over the city we once loved and were proud to be from.” I moved out of state a few years ago and every time I come back to visit I barely reconize the city I still love and are proud of (sometimes) LOL. One year I planned a girls trip and me and some of my close girlfreinds came up for the legendary “july 3rd” they were appolled and thought we were all animals haha just drinking beers in the middle of the street. Also since we were from “out of town” the quincy boys were like volchures and asked my friends if they wanted a tour of quincy..being nice they agreed to it and all piled up sitting on eachothers laps in some kids moms old cadlillac..Lucky for my freinds they got a wonderful tour of G-town and got to see all the stray cats and junkies fighting with eachother in front of the section 8 housing units..sorry for the boys who thought thier joy ride would be the ticket into thier pants not to mention the bottle of rubinoff they splurged on for us my girlfreinds were so impressed they never came back and left two days later! I told them next time I’ll take them to Fenway insted!

  2. stephanie December 13, 2011 at 5:12 pm #

    Haha, the zombie apolcalypse is in full affect in Quincy…..when I come back to my hometown I feel like I am in Vietnam or China!!! WTF happened?????
    The street I grew up on is Chinatown and I think about 15 families now live in my old 2 family!!

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