Urban center of rural Sullivan County NY. Home of Jerry the Bum, who is our homeless wandering mascot, and the famous Blue Ho, officially known as the Blue Horizon Diner. Natives of Monticello know that the only day to efficiently navigate the entrails of the city from Memorial Day until Labor Day is Saturday, because there is an over-population of minivan driving Orthodox Jews who migrate from NYC every year. The main source of entertainment among the youth is to congregate at the 24 hour Wal-Mart or enjoy the herbal entertainment from the local dealer.
Monticello is also home to the smell of the Sullivan County landfill, which can be incredibly putrid on a hot day.
There are several crime ridden neighborhoods mostly populated by African Americans and Hispanics, which include Evergreen Housing, and Shaker Heights. They are home to several street gangs including the BG's and L.O.S. (which I have written articles on here at Urban Dictionary)
Redneck, English, Ebonics, Spanish
U.S. Dollars, children, deer antlers
12,000 (and breeding)
Arts and Entertainment:
Deer hunting, child molestation, prostitution, wife beating, primal drunken arguments, ignorance, and NASCAR*
(* The popularity of the last may be due to the short attention span required; all left turns, and sometimes cars blow up.)
Beer, prostitutes, modular housing, pickup trucks
Marijuana, other assorted drugs, deer, babies
If you are not from here and decide to visit, heed this word of advise..."do not leave the paved road!"
Middle of nowhere where roads were built to let the people out.
Outsider: "I seem to be lost"
Local: chkk-chkk "Use bedder git ta goin"
Outsider: "Can you..."
POW (sound of gunfire)
An outsider was going through Monticello to Lake Cumberland when he made a wrong turn toward Bugwood and nobody ever saw him again. Reckon he didn't listen.
Primary language spoken is Hillbilly. An interpreter may be needed for outsiders.