Really, kid?

Posted: April 12, 2012 in Uncategorized

According to the Urban Dictionary:

1. (n.) an impoverished, neglected or otherwise disadvantaged residential area of a city, usually troubled by a disproportionately large amount of crime
2. (adj.) urban; or or relating to inner city life
3. (adj.) poor; of or relating to the poor life

Is there anything more patently ridiculous than an obviously well to do white kid talking ghetto?

Really kid? You’ve never been close to a ghetto in your life, you probably don’t even know where the poorer parts of Montreal are, all isolated in your rich suburb and snooty private school. Seriously, I recognized you from the other day in your grey uniform. So ghetto?

Not so much.

Get over yourself.

  1. mrwriteon says:

    We seem to be both on linguistic themes today. Go figure. Of course, in similar context we have Canucks and northerners using y’all. I think eventually expressions (via the media) will become universal. Not necessarily a good thing.

  2. e says:

    I completely agree. I’m happy to say that though I unfortunately reside in the American south, I know of no-one who says “y’all.” My mother had a predilection for speaking in complete sentences, a habit I heartily endorse.

  3. lime says:

    and did he sport his pants dangling around his knees too?

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