Posted by sean on November 14, 2005 at 8:37 pm in Life In Bath, TBA with No Comments


Had to go to the dentist in town this afternoon, I took the bus home along with a dozen school kids and what annoying little fuckers they were. The gobby little shites took over the rear of the bus and spent the whole journey competing with each other for who was the wittiest chav.

They argued over chocolate covered raisins which they threw about and then ate like pigs, made unnecessary sexist remarks to young ladies getting on the bus, told some terrible jokes and started rapping awful material from their idol 50 Cent.

They also complained about the amount of hospital workers catching the bus. How they know who works for the hospital and who doesn’t I do not know but I find it a little bit rich coming from them. It is not a school bus it is for the public.


The best way to transport rowdy school kids

Their school should organise their own transport, ideally pile them all in a cattle truck, after all they behave like animals. Alternatively make them walk, if the youth of today are indeed turning into obese, E-number filled slobs than the short stroll back from school will bring some much needed exercise.

I really should have done something to shut them up, Mark from Peep Show (David Mitchell) had the right idea

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