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(Original post by DJDJ)
gash is pussy m8
innit mate
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ermmm, yes it does. Im working class and from north west london, i do know a thing or two about london slang
well from south west london spent most of my life in brixton and the pass couple of years in croydon so i think i would know what it means.....
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(Original post by keenya2006)
Wow...let me tell y'all about this dude thats considered a chav :p: naw..yall gotta PM me...
Enlighten us.
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(Original post by gossip_girl)
well from south west london spent most of my life in brixton and the pass couple of years in croydon so i think i would know what it means.....
thats nice, you're from scummy south london, and yet you dont know what 'grimey' means. i lsiten to drum 'n' bass so i hear a lot of slang, when a dirty tune comes on 'that ****s grimey! dutty tune, dutty tune!'. ya dunno what ya chattin' bout love anyway, what do you think it means then?

brixton aint rough for someone who listens to rock or indie =/
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Please, may we keep this thread chav-free?
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(Original post by A.ndy)
They all use the "yer mush, safe blud" and all that annoying crap 'rude boy' talk.

I always thought gash meant crap?! like "the yeah yeah yeahs are proper gash mate" - not sure.

I don't pay attention to chavs, they ain't worth it, init!
nah some rude boys were having a conversation and rude boy a said to rude boy b i saw you in the car with bare gash the other day. and rude boy b said yeah yeah i was with bare gash. i was doing one of those chicks innit.
gash = girls. i hate it when they talk about girls and they use the word gash instead :mad:

another term chavs/rude boys use is "murked" which means robbed and "jacked" means the same thing too.
they use the word "allow" too


(Original post by gossip_girl)
well from south west london spent most of my life in brixton and the pass couple of years in croydon so i think i would know what it means.....
i live near croydon....its rude boy central
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murked aint the same as being jacked, murked is get beaten up. dont confuse it with shanked which means to get stabbed or skanking which means to dance.

trust me, i know these things!
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(Original post by DJDJ)
murked aint the same as being jacked, murked is get beaten up. dont confuse it with shanked which means to get stabbed or skanking which means to dance.

trust me, i know these things!
Allow Bruv, allow!!!


ive never heard any of them things before Thankfully... Only a few of my mates are chavs, a few too many though.
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How can you have a chav as a 'mate'? Engaging in any form of decipherable conversation is impossible.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chav
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(Original post by WokSz)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chav
Loving some of the 'References' on that... :rofl:
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"The essential stereotype is of someone conspicuously "common" i.e. lower-class (as defined by taste rather than income)".

Laughed so hard at that article!
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(Original post by WokSz)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chav
hahaha
thats so funny yet so true......
another thing chavs/rude boys say is : swear down which means believe me
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i hate CHAVS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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hmmmmmm, does saying slang make you a chav then? i use pretty much all the words listed here =/
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Yes. Yes it does.
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MENTALIST!
jus browsing at old posts we had, and seen this.
its crazy! wats wrong with these people. it doesnt matter how people dress or speak.
every chav doesnt cause havoc, its jus a easy term to explain dress sense,
message to BIS:
im sure u must of been attacked at a early age to have such a dislike towards people that wear sportswear and burberry.
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I'm not sure you can use dress sense in the same paragraph as sportswear...
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bumping old threads :hmmm:
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(Original post by maximus_chav)
MENTALIST!
jus browsing at old posts we had, and seen this.
its crazy! wats wrong with these people. it doesnt matter how people dress or speak.
every chav doesnt cause havoc, its jus a easy term to explain dress sense,
message to BIS:
im sure u must of been attacked at a early age to have such a dislike towards people that wear sportswear and burberry.
dis thread iz wel old liek. :\
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