Coloquially known as "New Charlestown," due to the large number of middle-class people from that neighborhood who moved 8 miles north when Charlestown became a yuppie stronghold. Although most South Boston residents head to the South Shore when they move out of the city, some have headed north to Stoneham.
A British tourbook on Boston warns Britons to avoid South Boston, Charlestown, and Stoneham due to the strong anti-British sentiment in those communities.
The average Stonehamite is a third-generation Irish American who hasn't been any closer to the "olde sod" than Good Harbor beach in Gloucester. However, this person talks about the "f-ing Brits" as if s/he grew up in West Belfast.
A Stonehamite's depiction of a "monster:" A black person who grew up in London and speaks with a British accent.