Who let the dogs out…

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Canadians again?
    I can tell by their accents and sporadic use of the French language. 😉

    That Scotts Irish “white trash” gene is so hard to resist.
    Where was that filmed, I wanna move there.

    • All I know is I feel enriched by the experience.

    • Dana Garcia

      Hmm, the latitude, longitude co-ordinates put it in north Oakie region, near some of my Oklahoma relatives.

  • ed

    we call them “chavs ” in the uk ,” council house adult vermin “

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Your Chavs and Neds are pretty darned bad.

      • Remember my – our, I like to think – favorite foreign language “documentary”? (“Scheme” is apparently Scottish for “council flat”, which is English for “project”.)


        (By the way, notice how nice many of the interiors are. Tasteful paint jobs, wallpapering, colour schemes etc. I think the BBC must have shown up and made things more fabulous before filming. But I don’t know why. Because the whole point of the show is to portray these people as white trash. I’d have thought they’d cardboard over the windows and fling a dead possum at the wall.

        That is, I mean, I’d think that if I thought the BBC was cynical, instead of pure as the driven.


        • Drunk_by_Noon

          “Favorite foreign language documentary”
          Ya got that right!

          That program (The Scheme) could be used as a deprogramming tool for “white supremacists” in our prisons.
          How CAN things go so wrong?

    • I heard it stood for “Council Housed And Vicious”.

  • The dogs are the only innocent parties in all of this.

  • full disclosure

    Dogs are a reflection of the owner , or pack in this case .

  • Justin St.Denis

    There are people like this everywhere. Stop into smaller towns in eastern Ontario, or even places nearer Toronto like Oro-Medonte.

    “Trailer trash” is a unique demographic. And uniquely useless.

  • Jay Currie

    What charming and articulate dogs…the women, and I use the word loosely, not so much.

    The dogs were clever enough not to actually bite the bitches…much to great a risk of disease.