Bleacher Fight At North High School Followed By Sewer Guppy Facebook Commentary Is Why It Was Fun Going To The Worcester Public Schools
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World Star hip hop invaded the bleachers at Worcester North High School today:
I know a lot of people probably watch a video like this and think, “I’m glad my kid doesn’t go to that school.” However, the reality of it is that plenty of normal kids go to North, but you don’t see any viral videos of them doing their homework. It’s just not that exciting to watch.
As for me, this is why I LOVED going to the Worcester Public Schools. Because you got to see fun shit like this all the time. It was so exciting. Ghetto kids don’t fight like suburban kids. It’s just a mass of bodies and haymakers being thrown left and right, with a background music of junior ratchet chicks screaming in harmony. You have no idea what’s going on, you just understand that you’re watching a subculture that’s way more entertaining than your’s.
Don’t get me wrong though – it was only fun to watch because it wasn’t you. I was in school to get me some edumacation. I knew I wanted to go to college, and I knew there would be hell to pay if I came home suspended. I wasn’t in a position where I could afford to get into fights.
But other people I knew I’d never see again after high school? They were there for my amusement. I didn’t know any of their names, nor did I care. I just knew the kid who never dressed for gym class was fighting the crazy kid from the BD class in the basement. You just knew it would be must see TV because 10 day suspensions were just a way of life for them and they had nothing to lose. And college? College? We talking bout college? They’re just trying to get their GED before they get shipped off to Woodard Day with the rest of the junior hoodrat patrol.
Anyway, the difference between now and then is obviously the social media factor. We really missed out. I mean, not only do you get to post your fight videos live on Facebook, you also get to tag the people you’re fighting:
And you get to taunt the kids you beat up!!!
And you don’t hear young ladies talk like this in Holden:
That’s the thing. If you send your kids to Shrewsbury or Wachusett, they’ll never experience the joy of hearing another girl accuse them of being “another person on my dick.” Facts fam!!!
Here’s another thing about Worcester chicks growing up – they have so much pride. Literally everything has to become a tense situation. There are never any light moments. Ever:
I don’t know what all these emojis mean, but I’m pretty sure none of them have anything to do with filling out college applications.
But just make sure you’re speaking with the right Juan before commenting on a fight video:
Then it’s onto the really important things. The stuff that REALLY matters – determining whether or not one combatant slipped and fell, or whether or not he was the victim of Nathaneil X Eval’s “homie laid you out pekin.”
Because figuring out who won this fight matter. This is the stuff that’s really important to you when you know that the only way you’re ever leaving Worcester is if you’re getting a taxpayer funded vacation in Shirley. And the only way to determine the winner is by calling in the ratchet fight consultant himself:
All decision are final.
Also, if your mans is getting jumped, the only way to keep it 100 is to pull n words:
The commentary is always a special dialect of Worcester sewer guppy gibberish. I’m not sure what any of this means:
But due to the excessive use of keepin it 100 and various other emojis, it sounds important.
Anyway, shout out to the kids at North High School who were just like Turtleboy was back in his WPS days. Keep going to class, doing your homework, and being nice to your teachers. Every once in a while you’ll be rewarded with a show like this. Just sit back and enjoy it in all its ratchetness. You’ve earned it!!
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