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#1
Which area of the UK would you say was the toughest in terms of the quantity of hard basterdness?

Glasgow being knife and murder capital of europe plus all the sectarian old firm violence would probably be up there.
#2
East end of London has a pretty violent history, never had much trouble myself though, i find that you only get into trouble if you go looking for it, then again maybe i am just lucky.
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East end of London has a pretty violent history, never had much trouble myself though, i find that you only get into trouble if you go looking for it, then again maybe i am just lucky.





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#5
I'd agree with Glasgow but it's not the actual city centre that's bad it's when you go into the shcemes of it.
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I'd agree with Glasgow but it's not the actual city centre that's bad it's when you go into the shcemes of it.



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#7
maybe not now, but Crossmaglen ( Northern Ireland) and South Armagh would have been pretty rough and still probably are rough, during the troubles.
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#8
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maybe not now, but Crossmaglen ( Northern Ireland) and South Armagh would have been pretty rough and still probably are rough, during the troubles.


Oh yeah, i didn't think of Northern Ireland, sounds like it was a nuthouse during the troubles.
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#9
"It shits on Afghanistahn rahnd 'ere." Liverpool, according to sky1.

That Steven French fella kept calling him rUss. and said Rottwheeler, not whiler.

Ed: heavy sarcasm, theres worse places to be.
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#12
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"Toughest Areas of the UK"

Lol.

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#13
Tbh the scariest thing round here are the 13 year olds. God i'm 17 and i've been threatened enough times by people my age and older, and thats scary. But having to walk past a group of 13 year old boys in there tracksuits, each one of them with the look of prison in their eyes and listening to fabricated rap music on their cheap nasty phones as they desperately try to impress some slutty 12 year old girl with tales of how they stabbed some poor guy and then taking said girl down a dark alley to get a handjob at the age OF ****ING 13!!!!!!!!....thats a whole new level of fear.
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#14
Northern Ireland. It's a well known fact that at least 90% of Nordies have killed a man before puberty just for looking at them sideways.
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#16
Hull.

No wait, Luton.

No wait, maybe, Liverpool

Or Hammersmith
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#17
The toughest place is where the first question in the pub quiz is "who are you lookin' at?"
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#20
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The toughest place is where the first question in the pub quiz is "who are you lookin' at?"


Or the schools where your essay title is 'what I'm going to be if I grow up.'
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#24
Glasgow ain't that bad (during the day) or at night as long as ur not on ur own
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Hull.

No wait, Luton.

No wait, maybe, Liverpool

Or Hammersmith


Hammersmith? Nah.
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#26
I think it's a competition between the roughest areas of London and Northern Ireland.
#27
Aberystwyth, the biggest thing in our local newspaper to happen all year was the great pasty thief. Oh the humanity!
#28
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Dorset.l Well mow ya down with out trakers and spita ya out with our here combine haarvasters

Speak the above in a Dorset accent.


Where abouts in dorset are you from? Weymouth has the highest crime rate and even then I've never felt unsafe their.

Although portland has highest rate of teen pregnancies in europe or something ridiculous like that.
#29
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Although portland has highest rate of teen pregnancies in europe or something ridiculous like that.


Must be the sea air, either that or there's **** all else to do there
#30
ITT: Biggest scumholes in the UK.

Not one badass place

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#31
UK?


Tough??


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#33
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UK?


Tough??




You try eating a battered mars bar then going down your local for a game of darts. It's tougher than it looks.
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#34
A couple of years ago, me and my dad were driving through Belfast and our car broke down and we went to walk to see if we could find a garage and when we came back there was a group of guys burning down our car because it had an an Irish registration plate. So yeah I'm not sure what its like now but I'd say its still pretty dangerous.
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Dorset.l Well mow ya down with out trakers and spita ya out with our here combine haarvasters

Speak the above in a Dorset accent.



I raise you Norfolk ! And then challenge you to some sort of tractor/combine haarvaster race !

That and we're all supposedly inbred.. All in all Norfolks got a lot going for it lol
#38
Yep that Bronson chap is one hell of a nutter. I guess thats what living in Aberystwyth does to you :/
#39
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He must have an IQ of 12.

come on its an IQ of 11
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I think it's a competition between the roughest areas of London and Northern Ireland.

It's not really a competition, given that the roughest areas in Northern Ireland are full of paramilitaries and psychopaths.
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