The Elephunt and Castle (again)

This fine piece of 1960’s or 70’s housing and shopping for the working class was a worthy endevour once! I don’t suppose when they built it they knew that it would be a magnet for the filthiest sorts of **** **** (scientific name: Chavascumus). On Friday Night it has been said the streets are paved with Burbury where they drink too much White Lightning or Special Brew and colapse in a pile of vomit. I was speaking to our friendly local fence the other day (don’t laugh I used to sit next to him in school) and he told me about a certain Brain dead **** who bought a set of five Alloy wheels from him now not strange you might think neither did I until he told me that they were five differnt wheels he was given by a local scrap mechant in payment for a debt and by the way 3 were silver one was gold and the other Hammerite black. Also it seems that my car is well regarded by the local ***** the car in question is a 1988 BMW 325 saloon my red and rust brown heap cost me £80 in an auction about 7 months ago and a filthy roten spotted **** offered me £400 I almost did it but then remembered he was a **** checked his £50 notes and thy all had the same serial number!!!!! Also this place is home to one of Londons number one **** magnets The Pink Elephunt a concrete shopping centre well known as one of London’s ugliest buildings. This monstrosity caters to your ordinary ***** every wish there is man outside who sells copied CDs another man who sell Burbury and other **** designer favouries these are all cheap and fake just like ***** like them. If you are felling lucky you can go inside and see several jewelers that contain the ***** favourite sort of jewelery cheap and nasty. The bravest of the brave can go to the basment of my flats and see the disgusting **** mating ground where the go at it like rabbits with their ‘biatchs’/sisters/cousins. Well I’d better out or one of them might come and try and borrow some money till the dole comes in.


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