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    damn chavs
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    Definitely at least report it to the police, unlikely they will be able to catch whoever did it but if for example there was a series of reported similar incidents they could put out an extra patrol in the area. If anything it will make their statistics at the end of the year look marginally worse.
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    (Original post by Hamcock)
    what's the make and model?
    Honda civic..old shape.....
    another reason why im worried....they dont do that shape anymore....

    im so gutted
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    (Original post by WhereIsMyMind)
    Could I ask how you come to the conclusion it was most definitely a chav?
    because they jumped on the roof of his car
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    I know people who do that kinda stuff... they're not chavs at all.
    Just idiots then? :yes:
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    I know people who do that kinda stuff... they're not chavs at all.
    Hate to tell you that they are.
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    Just idiots then? :yes:
    Just drunk and rowdy. They wouldn't hurt anyone though, hence not chavs.
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Just drunk and rowdy. They wouldn't hurt anyone though, hence not chavs.
    But they'd damage someone else's property for a laugh i.e. no sense of decency or respect i.e. chav?
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Just drunk and rowdy. They wouldn't hurt anyone though, hence not chavs.
    Yet think nothing of damaging people's property. I'll stick with idiots :cookie:
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    (Original post by ashy)
    But they'd damage someone else's property for a laugh i.e. no sense of decency or respect i.e. chav?
    Property doesn't really mean anything, tbh. Why should you respect an object?
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    (Original post by krisstassen)
    Why dont u go jump of a cliff you troll..
    At this moment in time I dont need some politically correct moron like you spouting rubbish.

    Im sure most ppl that arent chavs dont go aroud jumping on peoples car roofs
    Maybe it was someone that knew that you are an extremely unpleasant individual and wanted to show you what happens when you make unfounded accusations?
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Property doesn't really mean anything, tbh. Why should you respect an object?
    Oh please, go be an anarchist elsewhere. Those are society's rules - you don't damage someone else's property. You wouldn't want someone to burn down your house because it's just "an object".
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    (Original post by WhereIsMyMind)
    I'm hardly a troll. If you consider someone who'll prefer to get the facts before throwing accusations as 'politically correct', then I guess you've got your definitions muddles up. :cool:

    I don't know what chavs get up to. But for all you know, it could have been a rather drunk 'emo' who got onto your car, and placed the dent? :yes:
    A drunken EMO wouldn't hurt anything solid that's why they just cut themselves lol. Plus they won't be hanging around on the streets because they're probably on a graveyard drowning their sorrows.
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Property doesn't really mean anything, tbh. Why should you respect an object?
    I'd like to see u think that when someone burns down your house
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    I dont care bout the moral obligation or if it was an emo/chav

    Whats gonna happen to the car..
    the dents massive..is it repairable
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Property doesn't really mean anything, tbh. Why should you respect an object?
    lol you try so hard to be an anarchist don't you
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    (Original post by ashy)
    Oh please, go be an anarchist elsewhere. Those are society's rules - you don't damage someone else's property. You wouldn't want someone to burn down your house because it's just "an object".
    A house serves a purpose (as a shelter). Most other objects don't - and besides, a car will still work with a dent in its roof.

    Anyway, I didn't do it myself, and I wouldn't - there's better ways than that, and it doesn't really get the point across in an effective manner.
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    (Original post by krisstassen)
    I dont care bout the moral obligation or if it was an emo/chav

    Whats gonna happen to the car..
    the dents massive..is it repairable
    Take it to a car body repair shop? How should we know?
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Property doesn't really mean anything, tbh. Why should you respect an object?
    :rolleyes:

    Ah, the ideals of an "anarchist".
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    (Original post by punktopia)
    Property doesn't really mean anything, tbh. Why should you respect an object?
    You're an idiot.
 
 
 
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