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November 08, 2004

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For the American readers, what's a Chav?

For the non-UK readers - Check out Chav Scum - the link is in my post. I'm not quite sure how to describe a Chav, but it's been said that Chavs are the new british underclass.

Yep, read that first, and still didn't get it. I guess the best US counterpart is rich kids slumming it.

Thankfully, the Von Dutch trucker hat fad has passed on.

Have look at this description instead http://www.worldwidewords.org/topicalwords/tw-cha2.htm

I wouldn't say rich kids - probably the opposite. Cheers Jeremy.

I hate shopping anyways.

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