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errrrrr a shyte hole infested with scavenging chavs often located at Burger King or McDonalds, some seem to find it extremely funny to go to the skatepark in which they will be kicked out for abuse. Seemingly they really do not like me or any of my mates because we are proud greebos, this of course pisses them off so much as we walk past them listening to something not quite to their standards (well what decent stuff is?!?) which is when we get the abuse rolling!! extremely funny to watch them there in the middle of the street looking like complete twats. They also have an obsession with our jeans which are to big so when its raining they become absoloutly soaked, this seems to be their amusment for the day as they follow us around and we get them drenched by jumping into puddles!!

Chav language/ speech is increasingly annoying, who ever came up with those words needs a good kicking. When did jewellery ever become ‘bling’?? when did people become ‘homies’?? and when did a house become a ‘crib’?? surely a crib is something a baby sleeps in!!! i understand clearly that they were unable to go to school due to being pregnant nearly every 9 months but they could atleast learn the basics.

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Salisbury is a booming Chav community. They can be found hunting Goths in the central market place especially when attending the Magistrates Court where they can be found sat on the steps of the Guildhall.

Chavs in Salisbury are mobile so if you wonder to Sainsburys underground carpark between 5.30pm and midnight you can find an array of Burberry infested Novas playing hard house.

The Salisbury market on Saturday’s is prime time for Chav spotting. Beware though, do not enter McDonalds between 11.45am and 2pm on a Saturday as it is overflowing with the young male chav and his hugely obese girlfriend clad in bling, tracksuit trousers and baseball cap.

Salisbury used to be the second most visited place after London (because of the rocks in a field nearby) but lately this has changed. I would encourage all visitors to come and spot a Chav. It’s a full, family day out. Dress in urban camoflage, get a camera and enjoy the wonderful variety of chavtastic sites.

Turn it into a family game.. for example. You see a Chav running out of a shop carrying an expensive item.. 10 points.. A Chav kicking a Goth.. 15 points and so on..

Enjoy its free fun..







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