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Drunken Crapper Leaves Apology Note and $50 Dunkin’ Gift Card

Warning: The attached note contains offensive language. To view the note, click this link or the thumbnail image to enlarge.

On Friday morning, a load of human feces was found by workers on scaffolding around the North End home of Jennifer McGivern. The “deposit” was on top of a pile of wood, on a saw horse, about 5 feet in the air. Needless to say, they all though the world was going to sh$t.

The following day, the attached apology note was found with all the glorious details of a drunken escapade. The note came complete with a $50 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card.

Some favorite comments from the Facebook crowd:

Too late to adjust the blueprints to appropriately relocate the bathroom?

Shame on the shitter, but kudos for the apology!

‘brown’-ie points for honesty!??

How did he clean himself?
    He used his sock. Which he left behind also.

This shit happens on the North End.

It’s impressive that this friend remembered the next day and wrote this note.

If you can find out who it was and where they live, we will be in Boston for a week or two this summer. I would be more than happy to pay their home a visit in the night while they are at the bars and break in and empty myself in their home. I’ll even bring a sandwich so I can “reload”.

This kid works in advertising. If not, he has a calling as a creative writer. You should frame this for your newly renovated digs – maybe in the bathroom? You just can’t make this stuff up.

If he pushed his friend off the building for doing it … I’d be more impressed with him. But that’s just me. ; )

The honesty is inexhaustibly fantastic!! Bhahahaha

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16 Replies to “Drunken Crapper Leaves Apology Note and $50 Dunkin’ Gift Card

  1. Holy crap, Batman

    Having a breakfast sandwich at Dunkin’ Donuts and all I can think of is this

    Best apology ever

    1. First of all this is not the North End’s neighborhood paper. That would be The Regional Review and The Post Gazette. This is Matt Conti’s blog and he has the right to post or not post whatever he chooses. He volunteers his time to keep his followers informed of things that are happening in the neighborhood. This is one of them, The post came with a warning so you should have just skipped it.

      As disgusting as the deed and the apology is, it captures the attitude of some of the young people who have moved into the neighborhood and think this is some fraternity enclave with Animal Houses on every street. They have NO RESPECT for their neighbors and think that a stupid letter and a DD gift card makes up for their immature disgusting prank. We all tend to blame the students but the new young professionals (one to five years out of college) are the worst. Since most college students cannot afford to give away a $50 gift card and a $10 bill, my bet it was young professionals.

      1. What is even more disturbing is all the comments blaming the young professionals and the students. Have you seen all the druggies around…mostly Italian.
        I am so sick of the same blah,blah, blah. Anything that goes wrong is always the fault of the outsiders. Prejudice reigns supreme here. I can no longer read this comments. Why don’t you photocopy comments and submit them, since they are always the same.

        1. Many of the problems including this incident are caused by the young professionals who binge drink and pee ,shit , and puke where ever the urge hits. Yes there is a drug problem and no they are not all Italians. Yes the North End twenty somethings are not angels nut they would not be stupid enough to pull a stunt like this or go back and leave an idiotic note as an apology since most of them know that if anybody who knows them will call their parents,

          If you are sick of the blame being placed on students and young professionals then might I suggest that next Sept you consider moving to a different neighborhood such as the Fenway or the Seaport or South Boston or The South End. Or if you choose to stay here stop whining about how people like you face prejudice and start respecting the neighborhood you live in and the people who made it what it is. Your comment is total BS.

        2. S, just how did you determine that “all the druggies around…….mostly Italian” What tipped you off was it the handlebar mustache,the olive skin, the slicked back black hair or did you hear the broken English that we all of course speak.

  2. Let us all know 1 thing, City Hall has done absolutely nothing about what is going on in the Neighborhood & this has been going
    on for over 20 yrs.

    People only get away with what you allow them to get away with. The Absentee Landlords could careless, each student is a
    $1,000 per month, 2 bedrooms, 4 students X $1000 is $4,000 a month. The rent is outrageous down here & the quality of
    life is getting worse. If they are young professionals this makes the situation even worse.

    Every Landlord has to make the investment in cameras, there are quite a few options out there to choose from.

    The City should insist on the Landlords getting cameras, not only for safety reasons, but for sanitary.

    The City,
    along with our politicians have to step up to the plate & insist on a minimum of $500. fines for trash & this kind of behavior.

    The other day a man on No. Margin St. did the same thing on the side walk of 91 No. Margin. (Absentee Landlord no camera).

    Why are the same politicians still getting voted in? I don’t care how much you like them on a personal basis, if they are not
    doing the job for us, it is time to move on. We need politicians that are going to fight for our rights, over 20yrs. is totally
    unacceptable. The wheel that squeaks the loudest gets the grease. We all have to get together with another Petition,
    put it in as many newspapers as possible & get it on T.V.

    I think our Neighborhood Committees should get this going the same way we did for the No. End Nursing Home.

    Anything worth having is worth fighting for, and where there is a Will there is always a Way.

    1. Joan of Arc, While I agree with a lot of what you have said, I do not believe all landlords should have to put up cameras and I don’t believe all landlords should be fined $500 for trash. I am a landlord, I live in my building and my tenants do not party, they do not throw trash out when they aren’t supposed to, etc. It’s the absentee landlords that their tenants do whatever they want. My street comes alive at midnight, ever night of the week. It’s disgraceful. The whole North End is a disgrace. I would move in a heat beat but to where? I catch both women and men trying to pee between parked cars all the time. No respect for themselves, how can they have respect for us and the neighborhood?

      1. “It is what it is” There isn’t any respect down here & there hasn’t been for years.This isn’t a blue collar working class neighborhood any more.Greed is the common denominator in the North End. This is now a party town & it’s never going back to what it once was!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Joan of Arc: See my response to Joyce comment. I believe that any problem becomes a platform for everyone’s complaints. The paper mentions one issue, and here we go…..all the same old comments, over and over that have little to do with the issue at hand.

  4. S You have proven that Prejudice is alive and well in the NorthEnd. You have seen Mostly Italian druggies where I have seen People both young and old, male and female who appear to be high and/ or drunk. People. The NorthEnd Waterfront News reports on what is happening in the NorthEnd both pleasant and unpleasant Everyone living here is a NorthEnder, There is only one division and that is between people making the NorthEnd their home and some people using the NorthEnd as party time central

  5. I just wish people would stop trying to justify their bad behavior. Obviously, these are children because a real men would’ve come face to face with their victim and handed them the damages owed. There is no justification for that act. We’re living in a world of children that refuse to do the right thing, I’m just surprised his friend’s mom didn’t jump out of a dark alley and give him a trophy for his successful excrement.

  6. That note is pure comedy. As are most of these complaints. Students and young professionals make up every corner of the city, not just the North End. It’s a city! With tens of thousands in each neighborhood…students and young professionals included.

  7. I have to laugh at the term, “young professionals”. Professional what? The note contains many spelling errors that would have earned you a knock up side the head in Catholic High School. Can’t imagine that these “young professionals” can drink themselves into this state and show up for work the next morning. How about using the term, “soon to be unemployed”. As for the students, the problem is the universities lack of a challenging curriculum. This explains the huge influx of H1B Visas and the large unemployment rate of recent college graduates.

    1. most young professionals (or any professionals at all) do not drink themselves into this state and show up for working the next morning. the idea that they do is an absurd stereotype. walk outside around 6:00 am and you will see a lot of these young professionals exercising or heading for work to begin their 12+ work day so they can pay the high rents that have made most of the complainers in this neighborhood quite wealthy for doing next to nothing. also, i believe the unemployment rate for college graduates is less than 5% and even lower in boston. nice try.

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