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My ringtone is the sound of a phone ringing anything else would be as classy as a doorbell that plays beethovens fifth.



I know I'm getting old in that I wrote to Samsung UK to complain that my phone had a million different chav tones... but no actual 'ring'tone, ie. a simple ringing noise. There was one that started as a simple enough brrring-brrrring, but then descended into something with a hip-hop beat that frightened small children and smashed windows from long range.

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And 85% freeloader.

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very funny again Jimmy. and it 63% if you mean it

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22% Chav, 50% posh.
A Canvey freind of mine tried it, he got 90% chav but couldn't do the posh one 'cos he didn't know what posh meant!!!

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I got 70% on the geek test, nice.

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And 30% posh

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And 63% drunk lol

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so you are nothing but a 100% posh geek.

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people have no idea what a chav actually is. I see it as an upper class way of branding people that where tracksuits and hats. Its so stupid. A chav is a pikey who wears clothes that don't fit them that are well out of date and they live like a complete tramp. Burberry is not a chav brand, and neither is stone island. Enough said. It's a upper class word.

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people have no idea what a chav actually is. I see it as an upper class way of branding people that where tracksuits and hats. Its so stupid. A chav is a pikey who wears clothes that don't fit them that are well out of date and they live like a complete tramp. Burberry is not a chav brand, and neither is stone island. Enough said. It's a upper class word.


I wouldn't say no idea but people do have a problem defining them. Like I have said before for me they are people that basically haven't grown up, take no responability for their actions and have no respect for authority.

This behavour can also be assiociated with celebrities. They also don't care for very much, and yes while many of them give to charity on the whole they just don't care enough.

They use the media to peddle their careers and make as much money as the possibly can. You can't really blame them for that. So it is the medias fault we have "Chav's", and who buys the media? We do.

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people have no idea what a chav actually is. I see it as an upper class way of branding people that where tracksuits and hats. Its so stupid. A chav is a pikey who wears clothes that don't fit them that are well out of date and they live like a complete tramp. Burberry is not a chav brand, and neither is stone island. Enough said. It's a upper class word.


Disagree, its a sad lower middle class word invented to make themwelves feel better and have someone to look down on.

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Invented? The word is a Romany word for Child. I think that makes it 2000 years old? Although it's more modern conotations are a putdown so technically you are correct.

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Chav Test 1 = 27%
Posh = 30%
Drunkard = 10%
Geek = 35%

Hmmm!

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29% pretty good considering I listen to rock

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29% pretty good considering I listen to rock


(Laughing) What? (More laughing) What has rock got to do with you being a Chav? (Still more laughing)

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Well in my school its something like listen to rock you're a grunger ; listen to rap you're normal I.E a chav; anything else means you're just weird

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Well in my school its something like listen to rock you're a grunger ; listen to rap you're normal I.E a chav; anything else means you're just weird


Oh I see. This is what I thought but you were saying 29% is good, coupled with the fact that you listen to rock it is even better. Anyway perhaps we don't understand each other.

As for taking the test seriously......

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Disagree, its a sad lower middle class word invented to make themwelves feel better and have someone to look down on.



The word 'chav' in its current context may be a media fad, but pikeys/neds/townies - whatever you want to call them - aren't a middle class invention. They're all too real, and all too common.

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Well in my school its something like listen to rock you're a grunger ; listen to rap you're normal I.E a chav; anything else means you're just weird


That's bull tbh. I reckon most of the music I'm in to would be classed 'chav' but not many people within the scene that I know are. It's just stereotyping basically.

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gnfc superb said:normal I.E a chav


I have to say I find that state of affairs a bit worrying.




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