Rickmansworth. The place I like too call home. Unfortunately, a population of chavs also call it home. These unattractive people have become more apparent in recent years, though I have no idea why. In this article, I will do my best too describe the Ricmansworth/Mill End chavs.
Rickmansworth High Street
Many chavs love too cruise through here in there ridiculous Corsa’s, blasting out their favourite Drum and Bass track, with a complete disregard for public safety. They never seem too actually stop in the high street, probably due too the fact there is a Public Library and WHS Smith along it. (‘For dem posh people wotread books n s**t innit’)
Unfortunately, the only access too the high street (for me) is through a rather dark underpass, where chavs love too stand around, and shout at any passing male civilian with their hair reaching down too their eyebrows.
AKA The Park. In the day, a harmless place full of laughter and joy. However, stay past 5pm, and you’ll notice that chavs begin too enter the park. By 7pm, the place is full of chavs. Their female counterparts hanf around with them. The girls mostly text each other, or talk about how ‘buff’ the chav leader is.
Go down too the shops on the border of Mill End and Rickmansworth at anytime of the day, and theres an extremely good chance you’ll spot a chav. While recently walking by the shops with a friend of mine, a chav (driving a girl that looked more like a rat then most rats) pulled up beside us in a red Corsa, and proceded too let of a series of burps. He seemed too find this most hilarious, as did his vermin-like friend. There used too be a pub near here, where chavs would go too get totally drunk and arrested, but thankfully it burnt down.
The Mill End crew
One of the most ‘feared’ gangs around here is the Mill End crew. Their greatest feats include graffiting a burnt car, threatening various passer-bys and generally vandalizing places for fun. However, if they feel someone is ‘disrespecting’ them, they’ll beat them up, usually in a five-on-one attack.
Catch any bus into Mill End or Rickmansworth, and you’ll almost definately see a chav on there. They usually inhabit the backseat. Mostly they’ll just shout and make a lot of noise. However, sometimes (usually after a night of drinking) they’ll turn violent, and end up attacking some helpless passer-by. If you happen too be the attacked one, don’t rely on anyone for help. Just keep quiet and wait until it’s over. If you want too sneak a peek at the chavs on the backseat, BE CAREFUL. If they catch you looking, they’ll most probably shout ‘What you looking at?’ usually followed by a bunch of swears and cusses, most of which will be based around ‘your mum’.
That concludes my chav tour of Rickmansworth and Mill End. For your sake, I hope you never end up here. If you do, one tip: bring ear plugs. Anyway, too quote Gerard Way, so long and goodnight.