This little pregnant hispanic hoochie mama came up to me today saying how she wanted to fight me because her baby's daddy was hitting on me. (I swear if he touches me again I will chop of his baby-maker and hang it on my wall). Other than the fact that he's butt ugly and rude, is it really my fault he's a little nasty perverted bumchuck? And then after school I was like go ahead fight me and she just cursed me out in Spanish as if I don't know what she's saying and walked away trying to make herself look all big and bad in front of her "muchachas". please... She should be worrying about how to support that baby of hers. Anyway, what's up with this generation. Everyone is so violent, sexually active, rude, and stupid. Not all but the majority of teens make me feel ashamed to be the same age as them. I've lived in my neighborhood all my life. Since last year the crime has escalated like crazy. There are twice as many gangs this year as last year. And they hang around in hoards. Two weeks ago my best friend and I witnessed a drive-by. Last week 5 boys beat up 3 others and almost killed one of them and we saw a passing (drug dealing swipe). And this week a kid got shot last period of school outside on the field from a fight over some stupid girl. At least... 75% of the guys at my school have been to jail before and/or are involved in a gang. And about...50%.. forget that it's hard to find a girl in my school that hasn't had sex or doesn't or didn't have a baby. It's like "wow you're a virgin? you're weird!". But really what is wrong with people. Not people, teens. Oh and I saw a huge line of teens lined up to go inside a gentleman's club except "for teens" yeah right. we all know what they do in there. They're just so out of control now. And have no respect for their parents, at all. If I ever talked to my mother liked the way most of them do I would be dead before my time. I'm tired of my Economics teacher calling me an "ignorant negro" just because I don't agree with him all the time. I have a name you Nazi. Call me a negro again and I will show you just how much of an "ignorant negro" I can be. and the NYPD sucks lollipops! They really don't care. what the heck are they doing? I see more cops at a Yankee Game than at local high school dang. And I pray all the time begging for traveling mercies and just getting through another horrid day at school. I seriously want to leave New York. I hate New York... alot. I can't stand living here anymore always having to look over my shoulder or just missing a dodging bullet, always being late for work because the cops have to break up some stupid fight, or having to kick some lowlife jerk off of me. And I tell my parents I want to move and they're like you'll have to wait till college. college my foot. anyway sorry there's my rant. I was just a little pissed today but I'm all good now you know I love you guys lol
"Isso é como nós latinas/meninas pretas fazemos. Vá ou flua.. ya digg?"
i think Helmsman made some good points, but also commercialised rap that i see every stupid white kid in this town imitating that seems to do not much of anything except glorify assholism, as in general violence,bitches and hoes, that whole shabang, and we all know murdering, misogynistic, assholes make great role models! oh wait..no they dont, now im sure theres some rappers out there not busting caps in buttocks (had to go for the white nerdy sounding version) well atleast not rapping about it but all i ever see is that so
When pigs mate, is it called Shake 'n' Bacon? or Porking the other white meat?
I once lived in the rough part of Vallejo, California. I'm glad we moved. Compared to most of the other kids in school there, I was a good kid. When I moved to this small town in Georgia, I was one of the worst kids. Kids these days spend a lot of time away from their parents and under the supervision of an adult figure that doesn't know much about them."It takes a village to raise a child". There's a lot of truth to that saying...I have excellent parents, but if we were to stay in Vallejo I think it would have been hard for them to keep us under control. My oldest brother and sister were already mixing into the bad crowd. It wasn't until we moved that they were able to get us straightened out. Bad habits are hard to break, but they were broken.Hang in there girlie. Where there is bad, there is good.