Written by Anonymous. Posted in West London

Hounslow High Street is THE birth place of Chav, having spent 6 years at school in Hounslow I have watched the birth of Chavdom develop in leaps and bounds.

Let us start with the first meeting place for all Chavs…Hounslow Bus garage. There you will see a wide variety of Chav, from pensioner Chav (yes they do exist) just coming out of the mecca bingo to the real good old fashioned Hounslow P***y who made the area what it is today. The Chav meets its other Chav friends at the bus garage. Dressed in the Chav uniform of Burberry, Reebok, anything from Elizabeth Arden and for the girls the extra accessory of a baby who is also dressed in Burberry, Reebok and anything from Elizabeth Arden.

The girls fingers are bejewelled with attractive rings that say “Mum” or the classic sovereign given to them by their baby father. For the lads nothing but the very best knock off designer gear will do, Hacket & Reebok being the favourite choice.

They then make their way up Hounslow High Street with their benefit money burning a hole in their pocket. Hounslow High Street is the place style forgot and it has the classic Chav retail outlets like Pound Stretcher, Peacocks, Iceland and the all time fav….Primark. But all true Chavs buy everything at their mecca….Hounslow Treaty Centre.

Hounslow Treaty Centre is where you’ll find all Chavs and Chavettes spending their riches. The many discount clothing stores are full to the brim of Chavettes looking for that perfect outfit to wear for their night out at Shannons.

There are many schools which surround Hounslow Town Centre so the vision of young up and coming Chavs & Chavettes are commonplace.

There are many varietys of Hounslow Chav, here’s a few: Rude Bwoy Chav – likes to think he runs Hounslow with his other rude bwoy friends, they can be black or white…Chavs see no colour.

NF Chav – The openly racist Chav but does have a few black friends cause they are all right its the others they don’t like.

Baby Mother Chav – Dripping in cheap gold, pushing a pram wearing Reebok trainers and cut off trousers.

Hounslow High Street has been instrumental in the development of the Chav and there is one Chav born every 3 minutes at West Middlesex Hospital in the neighbouring Chav town of Isleworth.

Please do your best to avoid Hounslow at all costs because apparantly Chavness is contagious, if you happen to find yourself at Hounslow West (where ALL Hounslow chavs reside) station pray that you don’t get robbed as thats where the evil Chavs live.

You have been warned.

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