Written by Anonymous Visitor and posted in Scotland, Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Greenock is one of those places with an overall chav-stamp adversely
affecting the whole area. Generation after generation of neds follow on
from each other, their conversation and sounds made not changing at all
from one decade to the next. It’s the kind of place where decent folks
accept that chavery is somehow inevitable and that there is nothing
that can be done about it – this view even includes some police
officers points of view!
Gangs of roaming neds can often be seen, looking for anyone to at the
least verbally abuse and intimidate. The areas litter problem is a
testament to the lack of awareness of their surrounds that they all
have.
Another key factor in identifying the vast differences between a
healthy youth culture and a chav problem is the type of graffiti on
display. Guess what predominates here? – that’s right, it’s the artless
scrawly type – name mentions and perverted comments of a sexual nature
usually accompanied by a reference to the name of someone other than
the graffiti’s author. Unlike proper art, this kind of offensive
garbage is usually also done in such a way so as to deface someone
else’s property or vandalise a public area or existing public artform
of cultural value.
Please someone, help make Greenock and surrounds part of the real
Scotland again, and that within the real United Kingdom (or indeed
Great Britian, if ye prefer). All part of the Clean Up The Universe
Campaign.



Written by Anonymous Visitor and posted in Scotland, Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Greenock is one of those places with an overall chav-stamp adversely
affecting the whole area. Generation after generation of neds follow on
from each other, their conversation and sounds made not changing at all
from one decade to the next. It’s the kind of place where decent folks
accept that chavery is somehow inevitable and that there is nothing
that can be done about it – this view even includes some police
officers points of view!
Gangs of roaming neds can often be seen, looking for anyone to at the
least verbally abuse and intimidate. The areas litter problem is a
testament to the lack of awareness of their surrounds that they all
have.
Another key factor in identifying the vast differences between a
healthy youth culture and a chav problem is the type of graffiti on
display. Guess what predominates here? – that’s right, it’s the artless
scrawly type – name mentions and perverted comments of a sexual nature
usually accompanied by a reference to the name of someone other than
the graffiti’s author. Unlike proper art, this kind of offensive
garbage is usually also done in such a way so as to deface someone
else’s property or vandalise a public area or existing public artform
of cultural value.
Please someone, help make Greenock and surrounds part of the real
Scotland again, and that within the real United Kingdom (or indeed
Great Britian, if ye prefer). All part of the Clean Up The Universe
Campaign.