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THE BIG MAP OF LONDON STEREOTYPES

The Big Map Of London Stereotypes
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THE BIG MAP OF LONDON STEREOTYPES



Written by Jack Blocker
07 Friday 07th August 2015

Above: A pile of sick in front of Buckingham Palace.

YouGov recently conducted another one of those surveys where they ask Londoners what they think of other parts of London. Specifically, they got people to pick adjectives they associate with north, west, east and south London. Here's what they found out:

Regardless of the results, I think I speak for my fellow South London residents when I say that South is best bitches!!!1! Why? Well, we have The Fox On The Hill Wetherspoons, The Brockley Barge Wetherspoons, tidy parks, Morleys and Morleys knock-offs (Merleys, New Morleys, mmMorleys etc)...

...the 37 bus route (24 hour madness), Peckham, Lambeth Country Show, Brixton, Camberwell, Lewisham (aka Slewisham)...

A cannabis farm on fire in Lewisham.

...That 'Spoons what was in a cinema in Forest Hill (RIP), Tasty Jerk, Dulwich Hamlet, 24 Hour McD's, that pub in Brixton with a fuck off huge garden...

Typically bustling day at the pub with a fuck off huge garden.

Lads on the Victoria Line...

...Nunhead Resevoir (possibly RIP)...

One things for sure, we don't have shitty stairwells full of shit (Ladbroke Grove):

Or God Awful shit like this:

Although we do apologise for Clapham.

Disagree? Cool! Let us know.

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