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  • #1039475
    Insanity
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    Ah ha ha I was walking down the road to the trainstation this morning saying out loud to myself “ah ha ha I’m a chav” constantly.

    Funny this is… I’m not really… I’m like the complete opposite.

    NO NOT A GRUNGER or any of that shit.

    Just I never seen a chav in drainpipes… mmm. Oh well.

    Actually… I’m just bored…. I dunno why cause’ I’m quite busy really.

    Ah ha ha who’s going to a party this weekend????

    #1091524
    quietRIOT
    Participant

    marbles anyone…?:crazy_dru

    #1091523
    atm23
    Participant

    step away from the vehicle:laugh_at:

    #1091525
    quietRIOT
    Participant

    STICK TO THE PATH….

    #1091512
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    well according to wiktionary I now definitely am a chav (albeit the friendlier definition)…. and TBH in wider society particularly the so-called “middle classes” anyone who likes dance/rave music is seen as a chav (unless they are obvious “hippy” types)..

    Although there are a lot of stupid kids causing trouble IMO a lot of people do get judged merely because of their appearance and if people are treated like scum they often think “fuck it” start behaving like scum…

    chav (plural chavs)

    1. (British, derogatory, informal) A working-class youth: especially as associated with aggression, poor education, and a perceived β€˜common’ taste in clothing and lifestyle.
    2. (British, friendly, informal) Somebody who regularly dresses in casual sports clothing, has a taste for dance and pop music, and is able to talk to younger people on informal terms.
    #1091537
    Shit Robot
    Participant

    This should sort the Wheat from the Chav:groucho:

    http://chavstest.com/quiz/

    I is 30% Chav Aye!!!

    #1091513
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    I did this about a year ago when I lived in SE England and got an average of 73.5% on two seperate tests.

    This is todays result

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    A gain of 0.5% on moving to East Anglia :crazy:

    #1091528
    Raj
    Participant

    EEEEEEEEK :scared::scared::scared::scared::scared:

    #1091533
    Angel
    Moderator
    15.gifwhat does that mean:hopeless: :hopeless:
    #1091527
    raverbaby
    Participant

    33.gif av it

    #1091518
    globalloon
    Participant

    33.gif

    #1091519
    sinner69
    Participant
    angel wrote:
    15.gifwhat does that mean:hopeless: :hopeless:

    The pattern you see on the cap is burrberry…often used by casual football fans and other fashion victims…he he… found a scarf when i cleaned up the bus today in burberry pattern…think I will burn it on next football match…that will piss alot of people off and stirr things a bit up:lol_teeth

    #1091534
    Angel
    Moderator

    How about the 15%

    what does that make me..(be gentle)

    #1091520
    sinner69
    Participant

    raaa Gentle..15 %…:groucho:

    #1091532
    chillidog
    Participant

    22.gif nowt wrong with value beans and a football shirt :biggreen:

    #1091529
    Raj
    Participant
    angel wrote:
    How about the 15%

    what does that make me..(be gentle)

    not very chav so dont panic πŸ˜‰

    #1091526
    quietRIOT
    Participant

    i am not a chav . simple.



































    next….:love:

    #1091516
    BioTech
    Participant

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    Blimey GL, I thought my result was going to be quite high after all the questions I answered! Apparently not.

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    #1091514
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    still second highest so far πŸ˜‰

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    20% posh ( probably got the 1% because I know someone called Pip πŸ™‚ )

    thing is though when I do the tests I always ignore the questions about cars as I don’t have one :crazy:

    I think those questions on a lot of the chav tests are biased – they must give a heavy weight to using the Co-Op brands (got a share number as well innit πŸ™‚ ) and they own most of the shops in Ipswich anyway!)

    other ones I have seen also have questions about having your extended family living close by which is common for most British Asian people…. other tests even add more to your chav rating if you have “ever been to a rave!”

    TBH also I reckon older (+30 years) ravers may score high as some of the clothing brands were initially popular in the 80s/early 90s.

    The Danes would score lower as they may not have some of the shops in DK…

    its all about attitude though – I don’t go around walking the streets looking to start trouble with goths;OK I’m a bit old for that now but even in the 80s although we used to get on well with the goths and most became ravers…

    #1091535
    Angel
    Moderator
    General Lighting wrote:
    The Danes would score lower as they may not have some of the shops in DK…

    :cry::cry:thanks..I had hoped I was a nice person..

    But you are right,we dont have all the shops in Denmark..

    #1091515
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    angel wrote:
    :cry::cry:thanks..I had hoped I was a nice person..

    But you are right,we dont have all the shops in Denmark..

    thing is though as far as I can tell you are a nice person… raaa

    this whole “anti-chav” thing is as much about prejudice as anything else… it has been picked up by Britains conservative newspapers as well and used to divide youth communities

    when I lived in my old city (Reading, in SE England) a lot of my younger friends were rockers and emos.

    The rockers/emos were just as likely to be unemployed and take dole or doss about at “college” as chavs (OTOH there were plenty of people who worked)

    I’d sit and chat with them about their music and gigs; and they’d also talk about incidents of serious violence kicking off at gigs because of jealousy between band members; this was all seen as normal yet I rarely heard of that miuch fighting at raves (and when it happened it was local gangs rather than crew people!).

    And when some of my friends put on raves it was good to see the “chavs” and “emos” all partying together and being friends (that IMO was the best part of it)

    I feel strongly about stopping divisions between youth subcultures though as I think that is why in England we do not have such things as the ungdomhuset; as people are too much divided amongst themselves.

    #1091521
    sinner69
    Participant

    scored 15% on the chav test and 53%:crazy: on posh test…maybe I should try out the weird test instead?:crazy_diz :laugh_at:

    #1091536
    Angel
    Moderator

    That cant be true :laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at:

    But I know that you are a nice person no matter what the test say :weee::weee:

    #1091517
    binge
    Participant
    General Lighting wrote:
    A gain of 0.5% on moving to East Anglia :crazy:

    Thats what living in Ipswich does to you!

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    MySpace Quizzes

    Ear mate, You lookin at me? :you_crazy

    #1091530
    Raj
    Participant

    37% chav:weee:

    60% posh :yakk:

    100% weird results :crazy: :crazy: :crazy:

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