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“We’re Massholes, Not Assholes”: A New Question 3 Ad Stars a Foul-Mouthed Bostonian
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I don't live in Boston anymore, and only come through five or six times a year to see my family and friends and ride the swan boats, so sometimes I forget just how many incredible assholes our city produces. So try and show some respect, Sudra. A stereotype within a stereotype. When they do pile onto the Red Line to come into Boston for a night on the town, they inevitably end up at the same Faneuil Hall bars they've been going to for the past 15 years. At said bars, they will be loud and aggressive and sloppy and play up their Boston accents for the tourists, and inevitably end up fighting a group of gentleman who are exactly like them, but maybe from North Quincy instead of Quincy.
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Every Type of Boston Asshole, Explained
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Over 3, men and women from all over Massachusetts came, hoping to become infamous. Kitten kickers, loud talkers, parking-spot snatchers, line cutters, bad drivers and thieves all made the trip. The finalists were given five minutes on stage to deny responsibility for their actions. Witnesses testified by video cam and told judges of their history with the contestants. The winner was arrested on animal cruelty charges last August.