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Thank you Harry!!

No one on this forum is!

We just have one grunger dont we Master Superb...

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We just have one grunger dont we Master Superb...



Nah, Superb was in nappies when grunge happened. If he was even alive.

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I must confess to wearing a hoody and baseball cap as well, albeit not with tracksuit bottoms etc. and certainly not with the hood up. I'm 47 years old so does that make me a chav??? In all fairness though, bikers have been wearing the aforementioned tops and caps since the mid eighties so in fashion terms it's old hat (boom, boom!!)

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We just have one grunger dont we Master Superb...



Nah, Superb was in nappies when grunge happened. If he was even alive.


Kings of Grunge........Nirvana. The intro to Smells Like Teen Spirit still gets the hairs on my neck standing to attention.

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John I wouldn't call you a Chav either, it's a mind thing. If you take responsability for your actions/society/other people then your not a Chav!

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Surely it's not as easy as that. What you have described is somebody who is a criminal, but not all chavs are criminals and not all criminals are chavs.

From what I can see the word chav is a name hijacked by the middle classes and spread by the tabloid pres to describe working class teenagers who have a liking for outlandish brand labels, gangster rap music, lots of gold jewellery and so on – just scruffy children really.

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just scruffy children really.


But not JUST that, I'd say. You're right, not all chavs are criminals, but the popularity of the term 'chav' and the media hoo-hah about it is fuelled by the increasing amount of anti-social behaviour.. so, right or wrong, chavs are becoming synonmous with crime/young offenders, etc...

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We just have one grunger dont we Master Superb...



Nah, Superb was in nappies when grunge happened. If he was even alive.


Kings of Grunge........Nirvana. The intro to Smells Like Teen Spirit still gets the hairs on my neck standing to attention.


I just got another cd!!!! Foo fighters <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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gnfc superb said:I just got another cd!!!! Foo fighters <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />


Which one?

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Alice in Chains surely the kings. Nirvana are so overrated.

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Alice in Chains surely the kings. Nirvana are so overrated.


Nooooo way! Rubbish! Same as Foo Fighters!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/ban.gif" alt="" />

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Alice in chains were good. Dirt is a classic with great songs like Rooster. I agree with you on foo fighters

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just read on teletext,that the Vics are to be relegated and Forset Green will replace them, I thought that their ground had been passed.Has anyone heard anything?

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Your best bet might be Confguide, or perhaps the thread headed "Forest Green are back"

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DOH!!!! Forget last post,just read the thread Forest Green are back.....MY BRAIN HURTS!

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MY BRAIN HURTS!


Don't be hard on yourself mate, good things come in small packages!

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Bleedin hell, this thread went off topic pretty quick!

Now back to chavs. I think the word chav is actually quite newish, I've only started using it about 2 years back. Before it was pikeys or gypos. Up north there townies and kevs ya know. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />

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gnfc superb said:I just got another cd!!!! Foo fighters <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />


Which one?


It's only a single with best of you and I'm in love with a german film star on

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With all due respect, 'Best of You' is shocking - at that comes from someone who liked some of their earlier material.

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Speaking of bands whose early material was ok and whose latest release is shocking... that new Oasis single... Christ, it's one of THE worst 'rock' songs I have heard in a long, long time.




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