Despite birmingham adding the bullring and trying to big birmingham as possible there are still many (too many!) chav hot spots ..
Billesley and Basallheath are the wost in my opinion. You walk down the main road past all the pound shops etc and your bound to see a kev. In birmingham their constantly saying ‘easy’ and ‘standard’ the older chavs who drive (probably with out a drivers licence and in a stolen car!) drive round with their windows full down with their trashy garage , rnb s**t music blasting out with the base pumping. And they often slow down next to chav girls underdressed saying “eaaaazy” do anyone know what that means? because i dont!
Theres even chav couple (no i dont know them personally) who have called their children notsa alliv and ronaldo (notsa alliv is aston villa backwards!) i feel so sorry for those kids later in life…
They usually hang around mcdonalds asking random people for cigarettes and when they rarely have some , they have the cheapest , nastiest ciggarettes soveriegn.
They wear nike alot and always have bandanas tied round their chin .. and a cap lots of ‘gold’ chains known a ‘bling’ . The girls wear hoops that are HUGE and constantly chew chewing gum and wearing tight tracksuit bottoms playing the music on their phones out loud in the street…
Chavs all seem to have the same huuge phone , i think its a nec 3 phone hanging around their necks.
If you look at a chav for too long they shout ‘ why iz ya sharkin me ,ya dikhed’ which amuses me because they just sound like idiots.
Birmingham will always be chavy despite the councils best attempts .. which is annoying for me seeing as i have just escaped Redditch the worst town of chavs and now birminghams chav community is getting bigger and ruder!