The New York Kids is a group of third graders from Season Three episode "World Wide Recorder Concert".


The New York kids call South Park kids rednecks and queefs when they first meet, they ridicule the boys for not knowing what queef means. The boys decide to strike back by making up the word 'mung', which is actually a word. The New York Kids mercilessly point out their mistake and rip on them again. This pushes the boys further into finding the brown noise and replacing the final note with it.

The result is, everyone in the world has crapped their pants. 20 hours later the New York Kids finally discover that the boys are culprits, they think it's cool so they apologize to the boys for ripping on them.


Like any other groups, they vary in sexes and races. But unlike South Park kids, they all wear lighter clothes, and many of them have gold ornaments, which indicate their wealth.


The New York Kids are stereotypical metropolitans, who have strong prejudice against people from rural areas or smaller cities. Besides this, they are almost the same as any other kids in the show, being vulgar and uncouth. They seem to know a lot more about sexual stuffs, than the boys.





Main article: Smitty

Smitty is the leader of the group. He wears a white tank top, blue jeans and black shoes. His name was discovered in "South Park: The Stick of Truth" files.

Unnamed Member 1


Unnamed Member 1

This boy wears a red uniform with white stripes, black shoes. He is almost always seen with Smitty.

Unnamed Member 1


Unnamed Member 2

This boy has brown hair and wears a light blue cap with a brown border, a dark blue jacket with red stripes over a white shirt, dark blue pants and black shoes. He is almost always seen with Smitty.


  • According to the South Park: The Stick of Truth Files they were intended to appear in the game. Their appearance in the game has some differences. It is not known what their role in the game would be. The leader in the game files is named "Smitty".
  • Some of them can be seen on posters in "Raisins".


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