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    One of my friends have a book of chav names. :p:
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    (Original post by trev)
    One of my friends have a book of chav names. :p:
    Interesting concept :p: Like what?
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    is it pronounced chav or shav?
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    There are some neds here but they dont attend the uni. Some go to the college though..
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    (Original post by lookintomyeyes)
    is it pronounced chav or shav?
    chav
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    how chavvy are the students at reading and sussex?
    cheers x
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    (Original post by RObTRIP)
    if it wasnt a joke then you must be one of those knightsbridge sloanies that have never left zone1 on the tube
    lol...ive never really left zone 1 haha...well i have obviously, but most of my hang outs are in london, and north london. I think Hackney is actually in zone 1...lol...
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    (Original post by ThornsnRoses)
    lol...ive never really left zone 1 haha...well i have obviously, but most of my hang outs are in london, and north london. I think Hackney is actually in zone 1...lol...
    nah, tis zone 2 :cool:

    In general the uni's with higher entrance requirements will be those with the least chavsn
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    most chavy uni=univ of Paisley or Durham
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    Just curious---

    I'm not from the UK, so I'm not that familiar with the terms "chav," "rah," "neds," etc. I can more or less figure out what chavs and rahs are, but what are neds? And where did these names come from?

    Just curious.
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    (Original post by appleshampoo)
    how chavvy are the students at reading and sussex?
    cheers x
    Going by the CD rom i got sent, Reading students are pretty chavvy...
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    (Original post by treff)
    Just curious---

    I'm not from the UK, so I'm not that familiar with the terms "chav," "rah," "neds," etc. I can more or less figure out what chavs and rahs are, but what are neds? And where did these names come from?

    Just curious.
    neds are what chavs are called in the north.
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    (Original post by MozMan)
    I imagine Leeds/Manchester are quite chavy areas, but what are the university's like? Chavs? Plenty of other places too
    when i went to visit Leeds, i did not see any chavs.
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    Some right snobs replied on this thread didn't they?!

    Least chavs got to be Newfcastle... full of rahs!
    Not sure about most chavs, wish I went to one though!
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    (Original post by NSPROAT)
    Don't we all. Im sure they even hate themselves, i know i would if i looked like that!
    I hate chavs with a passion too, don't they want to look 'nice' or speak properly? Their ways of life baffle me ... by the way Manchester university has no chavs ... just stay away from the indoor market ...

    Ems x
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    (Original post by jumpunderaboat)
    neds are what chavs are called in the north.
    I live in the north, and i've never used the term 'ned' ever...
    'Chav' has been widely used for over a year now.
    I know that in Newcastle, 'Charver' has been used for years...
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    (Original post by Emsy)
    I hate chavs with a passion too, don't they want to look 'nice' or speak properly? Their ways of life baffle me ... by the way Manchester university has no chavs ... just stay away from the indoor market ...

    Ems x
    What you mean look good? Wearing a £150 Lacsote tracky looks good I think! better than wearing a pair of flip flops, rugby shirt with collar up, and a poncho!

    TOFF!
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    (Original post by beekeeper_)
    I live in the north, and i've never used the term 'ned' ever...
    'Chav' has been widely used for over a year now.
    I know that in Newcastle, 'Charver' has been used for years...
    I've never heard ned used in Newcastle, charver is the word to use.
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    (Original post by trouttrout)
    Some right snobs replied on this thread didn't they?!

    Least chavs got to be Newfcastle... full of rahs!
    Not sure about most chavs, wish I went to one though!
    (Original post by trouttrout)
    What you mean look good? Wearing a £150 Lacsote tracky looks good I think! better than wearing a pair of flip flops, rugby shirt with collar up, and a poncho!

    TOFF!
    hehe awww bless ... It's just a discussion isn't it? No need to get worked up. And i agree with you ... ponchos are SO last year hahaha
 
 
 
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