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When Christmas is over in South Boston, it's over

And on at least one street, it was over yesterday:

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Can't wait to see what this person does to celebrate Arbor Day. (Friday April 30, 2021)

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It took some serious pushing and maneuvering to get that bugger out.

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this way there’s no bristles to vacuum.

my father and grandfather once dropped a claw foot bathtub off the back porch of a triple decker. it was too heavy to carry down. we all watched from the garage roof as it landed in the small grass backyard and exploded into a million pieces.

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Considering they didn't have the sense to send it out stump first (or move the curtains it seems), I think they will have a ton of needles as they tried to cram it out the window top first (and of course, no one on the sidewalk to warn anyone).

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Petting a cat tail first. It feels funny and is not good for the cat either.

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We needed to renovate our bathroom and had an 80 year old cast iron tub to get rid of.

Far easier if you sledge it first. It went out the window in pieces. Only took a few well-placed whacks to crack it apart.

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Stay classy Southie!

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This wasn’t a 20s yuppie finance bro, which is a typical yuppie assumption to make.

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This never would have happened in Old Southie.

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Tree disposer appears at the end.

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if you knew anything, you’d know that this building is rented out to all yuppies.

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It's a shame what happened to Whitey, he kept the yuppies out of Southie for all those years.

/s

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The obverse of this is people who still have Halloween pumpkins out. There are at least five such houses in my East Boston neighborhood. One of them, at least, had the decency to put up a small Christmas tree next to their Jack O Lantern. Not kidding.

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But we still ended up with one on the front steps, in pieces, with seeds because a deer decided to drag one from a neighboring decoration display into our front yard and after the squirrels took pieces onto the steps to munch on.

Most of the pumpkins in our neighborhood got snacked on by wildlife, possibly due to the drought that peaked around halloween.

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They did their best to talk it down but were unsuccessful and it jumped.
That's the truth, Officer.

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So much for the twelve days of Christmas.

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Everyone knows the tree goes out the window bottom first.

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Was that tree named Jeffery Epstein?

Too soon?

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On the shelf.

Feel free to use that one, Wheel of Fortune.

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This is weird!

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He can likely toss enough of those out from the comfort of his living room to reserve a full city block...

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