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    Anyone who has ever attempted to steal from Tesco's or TK Maxx.

    They seem to have an affinity for Henley's, Nike, Reebok, Fred Perry, Burberry Hats, Addidas jogging trousers and badly customised Escorts.

    Honestly, it's not that hard to spot them. In fact, I could identify a Chav purely on the noise they make: A shrill cry of despair, which echoes throughout many Council Estates.
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    Anyone who wears a full tracksuit when they are not going too or from sports and people who have a retarded accent or who say blud.
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    They are a waste of breathing space, and a virus that has spread to approximately 80% of the population.
    Ruined my potentially fun, teenage life. Basically, the dirt licking scumbags of our planet, and a burden to the financial sector.
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    I base it on sound effects mostly. If they say "Merrrrrrrr" as they walk past you it's generally a giveaway sign around here. Or generally aggressive continual swearing. But thankfully they're mostly harmless :p:

    Then of course, there's the "short back and chav" haircut...
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    (Original post by Lust of a Gardener)
    Anyone who has ever attempted to steal from Tesco's or TK Maxx.

    They seem to have an affinity for Henley's, Nike, Reebok, Fred Perry, Burberry Hats, Addidas jogging trousers and badly customised Escorts.

    Honestly, it's not that hard to spot them. In fact, I could identify a Chav purely on the noise they make: A shrill cry of despair, which echoes throughout many Council Estates.
    I didn't only attempt but i was off my face on my way back from a night out.
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    Basically everyone who appears on Jeremy Kyle?
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    (Original post by sassy123)
    hello,

    this may sound silly but what would you consider a chav?

    i feel the term can be used far too often
    Anyone working class to be honest!
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    (Original post by Gueirguiy)
    Ahh I wasn't sure which you meant but it's true, chavs came from all sort of families and hung out together, doing the exact same things. Only difference is the richer chavs probaly got good jobs through their parents after their phase.
    That's a townie, chavs are the new working class.
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    (Original post by Libtolu)
    I didn't only attempt but i was off my face on my way back from a night out.
    Yeah, I should have added a disclaimer:

    All these acts must be committed while sober.

    Don't worry, your safe.
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    You'll find most around council estates looking "well ard".
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    (Original post by Lust of a Gardener)
    Anyone who has ever attempted to steal from Tesco's or TK Maxx.

    They seem to have an affinity for Henley's, Nike, Reebok, Fred Perry, Burberry Hats, Addidas jogging trousers and badly customised Escorts.

    Honestly, it's not that hard to spot them. In fact, I could identify a Chav purely on the noise they make: A shrill cry of despair, which echoes throughout many Council Estates.
    My dog looks very similar to yours.
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    (Original post by sassy123)
    hello,

    this may sound silly but what would you consider a chav?

    i feel the term can be used far too often
    does this answer your question?

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    (Original post by ajtiesto)
    You'll find most around council estates looking "well ard".
    Do you mean 'well 'ard' as in how a white person would say, or how black people currently say 'ardbody/'ard'?
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    (Original post by Libtolu)
    Anyone who wears a full tracksuit when they are not going too or from sports and people who have a retarded accent or who say blud.
    No.
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    (Original post by 4WhenImBanned)
    Do you mean 'well 'ard' as in how a white person would say, or how black people currently say 'ardbody/'ard'?
    Yeah thats right.

    Not intimidated by them though, just feel sorry for them. Their lives must be really ****** up.
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    WOW..........some of you guys are ignorant,
    chav: C=Council H=housed A=aggressive V=violent.

    That is what a chav really is, people just use the label to pigeon hole people and judge them.
    You know for a community of students that are meant to be intelligent, alot of people here are very close minded, and conservative (posh *******?), Some of you need to go to a sociology class or 2.
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    (Original post by Bongo Bongo)
    WOW..........some of you guys are ignorant,
    chav: C=Council H=housed A=aggressive V=violent.

    That is what a chav really is, people just use the label to pigeon hole people and judge them.
    You know for a community of students that are meant to be intelligent, alot of people here are very close minded, and conservative (posh *******?), Some of you need to go to a sociology class or 2.
    I took proper A Levels thanks.
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    (Original post by Freddy Jnr)
    Anyone working class to be honest!

    i can honestly say that is the most ridiculous thing i have herd.
    i know many working class people who are not chavs and are well mannerd . if this is right chav stands for Council Housed And Violent a lot of working class live in private housing and are not violent.
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    (Original post by 4WhenImBanned)
    No.

    Yes.
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    (Original post by Freddy Jnr)
    Anyone working class to be honest!
    :lolwut:
 
 
 
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