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Ya know how you can tell summer is coming in Worcester? A local crazy woman gets kicked out of the AutoZone on Lincoln Street for shoplifting and tries to fight the guy who caught her in the act:
Ya know how you can tell this video was shot in Worcester? They’re holding the camera vertically. No matter how many times we go over this, Worcester people just can’t seem to figure out that you can take pictures vertically, but when you film horizontally it lets you see so much more of what’s going on. Just sayin.
How bout this outfit too?
That’s how you can tell the weather’s getting nice out. GBV’s finest are wearing mess shorts and moccasins, and they’ve put their 24/7 pajama pants in storage.
This was my favorite part:
“Cop callin bitch. Snitch as “n” word. You’re Puerto Rican right?”
It’s like she feels so betrayed that another Puerto Rican person didn’t like the fact that she was shoplifting. As if there is some unwritten code of the Boriquas that you have to be grimy and don’t snitch on scag chicks from the Valley when you see them stealing shit that doesn’t belong to them.
You wanna know what the saddest part of this video is? I feel like I’ve seen it a million times before. I grew up watching shit like this, and it was pretty entertaining. Ya know, because it wasn’t my Mom, it was someone else’s. It’s Worcester culture at its finest. It’s the part of the city that Jumpin Joe Petty and Fast Eddie Augustus pretend doesn’t exist. But if you live here long enough, you’re pretty much guaranteed to see a blow up or two just like this.
Oh, and what do you think the odds are that this lovely woman is on government assistance? Seriously. I challenge any social justice warrior who wants to say Turtleboy is stereotyping to put their money where their mouth is right now. Bet us any amount of money that this Valley muff isn’t on the public dime right now. You won’t do it because you know we’ll take your Goddamn money.
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