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”.)

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bK0bleFCuI

        (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.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mbqHsObQ5s

        • 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.