In some of the more metropolitan areas of Britain, people may argue that **** culture is non-existent, however in provincial Britain it is alive and kicking and is the overriding culture. Welcome to Chatham!
Legend has it that the **** virus was first discovered in this town and from here, spread to the entire country. The Chatham Girl mutated into the ******** we have today.
This ******** of a town has two types of inhabitant, the ***** ****** local white trash and the knuckle dragging squadie cannon fodder. The lack of diversity in these two gene pools, mean that the local ***** buckets churn out spindly little ratboys and pigdog ********* at an alarming rate. Most of the ratboys will be looking at a one way ticket to a young offenders institute, while the ********* will generally become child mothers or crack whores. A short visit to High Street in the town centre is likely to leave the average person in a mood to ‘go postal’ in this cesspit.
For the dedicated **** spotter, Chatham has it all. **** honey pots like MacDonalds, KFC, Primark, Poundland and Argos that the filth just cannot resist, not to mention the ***** jewellers that offer weekly payment schemes! “You wanna pay for ya big gold hoopy earrings or that special sovereign ring for Wayne with ya baby’s milk tokens? No Problem!” In most town centres, the town planners put all the **** shops together in one street or area, leaving little ****-free oases for the rest of us. Not in Chatham, the High Street is one long drag of **** store after **** store. It is the envy of the **** inhabitants or other medway **** tips like Strood, Sittingbourne and the Isle of Sheppey.
Chatham – A little piece of ***** heaven right here on earth!
Luton in Chatham is the festering cesspit of Medway
Gillingham: a quaint little sh*tehouse situated on the river Medway
Chatham: the dog sh*t splattered patio of the Garden of England
Rochester should forget Dickens. He’s dead & the town should try a new trick
Chatham, Kent, aka Chavham
Twydall Estate, Gillingham: a delightful place to visit, but not on your own
Sheerness: industrial eyesore & the ‘crapital’ of the Isle of Sheppey
Gillingham – Lively Rubbish Bin of the South East
Sittingbourne, oh the joy