South Texas

I'm not talking about San Antonio or Courpus Christi I'm talking about the Rio Grande Valley. The people here are ignorant and most of my friends parents can't speak English. I'm looked at as a forginer everywhere I go because I am very pale skinned. The education system down here is a wreck and non citizens who speak no English crowd class room and don't allow any learning to take place. Restraunt managers ar imcompetant and lazy. There is no "real" collage here and no one has any ambition. They all want to spend their days here just out of Mexico but still close enough for comfort,
wowzalolo222 wowzalolo222
22-25, F
2 Responses May 7, 2012

Unfortunate that your spelling is so poor; it weakens your argument. As a past resident, I can serve as a primary source and say our family's experience in the RGV was eye-opening and comical. As angry as it makes most, suffice it to say, it's a whole 'nother world south of Alice.
Fat girls with rolls of fat wearing clothes that are 4 sizes too small for them, yet have managed to copulate and produce numerous offspring. Men who think they can gawk and lust at any woman in their disgusting, short troll of a state---penises to match, undoubtedly, their tiny stature. The attractive women who think that dressing like prostitutes is mandatory and appealing...comical, stereotypical. My husband and I loved the psychological competition at a red light; watch them as they think that inching towards a red light trips it. So uneducated; they fall into ANY mind game and think they're the winners. Stupid, stupid, stupid...the most uneducated place in the country. Watch them deny the title and defend it in the same turn!!! Corruption, nepotism, ignorance...please, natives of the RGV stay there. Best to contain your foolish habits and not infect the rest of Texas. You're all too stupid to know what a joke you are to the rest of the state. You don't realize it, but you give yourselves away when you travel in clusters and stare HARD at people who are different from you. Did your mothers never tell you it was impolite to stare? Did any one bother to tell you, also, that using a loud voice in a public place was considered rude. I, and my husband, find many people down there to be attention-seekers. Test our theory. Shop in a public place, count how often you find someone speaking uber-loudly, acting as if the conversation they were having was in their living room. Awful, arrogant, ignorant!! My husband, being kinder than myself, refers to them as "provincial". He's much too kind.

Well, you definitely need to go to a real "Collage" since you can't even spell it you ignorant ****...it's "College"..

Unfortunate that your spelling is so poor; it weakens your argument. As a past resident, I can serve as a primary source and say our family's experience in the RGV was eye-opening and comical. As angry as it makes most, suffice it to say, it's a whole 'nother world south of Alice.
Fat girls with rolls of fat wearing clothes that are 4 sizes too small for them, yet have managed to copulate and produce numerous offspring. Men who think they can gawk and lust at any woman in their disgusting, short troll of a state---penises to match, undoubtedly, their tiny stature. The attractive women who think that dressing like prostitutes is mandatory and appealing...comical, stereotypical. My husband and I loved the psychological competition at a red light; watch them as they think that inching towards a red light trips it. So uneducated; they fall into ANY mind game and think they're the winners. Stupid, stupid, stupid...the most uneducated place in the country. Watch them deny the title and defend it in the same turn!!! Corruption, nepotism, ignorance...please, natives of the RGV stay there. Best to contain your foolish habits and not infect the rest of Texas. You're all too stupid to know what a joke you are to the rest of the state. You don't realize it, but you give yourselves away when you travel in clusters and stare HARD at people who are different from you. Did your mothers never tell you it was impolite to stare? Did any one bother to tell you, also, that using a loud voice in a public place was considered rude. I, and my husband, find many people down there to be attention-seekers. Test our theory. Shop in a public place, count how often you find someone speaking uber-loudly, acting as if the conversation they were having was in their living room. Awful, arrogant, ignorant!! My husband, being kinder than myself, refers to them as "provincial". He's much too kind.