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r and b and hippidy hip hop big willy stylee pop a cap in your white ass rubbish music is imo attractive to chavs, goes with their "hoh ho yo yo" im hard image. see them driving around in their novas listening to it in their best argos speakers. And also nodding their heads at the corner shop listening to their "phat" choowns.

Give me a bit of queen, the killers, or embrace anyday. Virgin radio, the best thing about living out of medway, get it on fm, not just mw. BRILL!!

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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


same thing happens in my school. I personally don't stereotype people like that but I've been called a grunger many a time simply because I like Nirvana?!

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Yeh they pretend to like it so they can get respect from their mates but in reality they like all the s***** commercial stuff that comes out. Take Babycakes for example, never liked that tune, did my head in. Classic example of a commercial chav loved garage tune. Heard a lot of chavvy kids, mainly 12 year old girls loving that <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> And take So solid crew and Dizzee Rascal and all them dicks, loved by chavs. They listen to them and think they're hardcore garage fans or something. But in reality they don't know the first thing about the scene and it's origins and how real garage is actually an evolved version of house music.

For example, who here stereotypes and thinks anyone that listens to garage, hip hop etc. must be a chav?

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My 16% per cent chav beats the lot of you! I have to say I feel the effects at school: light blue hoodie things every non-uniform day, being called a faggot for not walking around holding my genetalia fnd threatening to pop a cap in someone else's ass...

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They listen to them and think they're hardcore garage fans or something. But in reality they don't know the first thing about the scene and it's origins and how real garage is actually an evolved version of house music.


I am so glad that you pointed that out! The early house music rules!


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For example, who here stereotypes and thinks anyone that listens to garage, hip hop etc. must be a chav?


I don't. From a slightly commercial note, the Deep Heat series was excellent & unlike today's compilation albums, was full of a lot of non-commercial music. I have them all & they take pride of place in my cd collection!

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Invented? The word is a Romany word for Child. I think that makes it 2000 years old?


Harry, you do know that the Romans didn't speak Romany don't you?

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Yes. Some altered my post, it must have been a mod.


Whilst a mod can edit other person's post they have to leave their fingerprints.

But then don't let that alter a good conspiracy theory <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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They obviously didn't alter that last post or they would have corrected your grammar <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/alk.gif" alt="" />

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40% is the gd or bad lol

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hannah your nva a chav

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well i actually think i should've got a bit more than my score.
As my mates say i'm pretty good at singing rap

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well i actually think i should've got a bit more than my score.
As my mates say i'm pretty good at singing rap


They have problems with spelling too?
One is assuming that your last word starts with the letter 'c'.




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