South Oxhey, Watford

Living in South Oxhey, Watford
Living in South Oxhey, Watford

South Oxhey, Watford

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This is the prime Chav breeding ground for South West Hertfordshire and Watford. The town must be occupied by around 200,000 people and there is no secondary school, as the previous ones kept being burnt down too often.

Junior Chaves are therefore bused (on Chavmobiles) by the council to schools in the surrounding areas and watford. This is a clear attempt by councils in colusion with the Chav conspiracy to infiltrate Chavs and Chav culture to non-Chav areas. Very nasty and underhand.

South Oxhey contains the well know sight of burned out Chav chariots – as Native Indian trackers can identify thier quarry by the droppings of animals, so burned out joy ridden cars tell the amatuer tracker that they are near the main nest of Chavs.

The police – bless them- have a blanket ASBO order allowing them to move on any gangs (defined as two or more Chavs) they find in the evening. The Chavs migrate to surrounding woods where they regress to the more basic Chav activities of drinking, swearing and pretending they have had sex.

Senior Chavs congregate at the Jet and Whittington public house. The Chavs also have a social club called the Crescent Club- so called because it is a club located in a road which is a crescent – this wit and irony is lost on most Chavs who occasionally get confused and think its something Islamic and so attack thier own club with bottles.

In the last year or so we have seen many young male Chavs riding small hairdriers called scooters – the correct riding position and effort to achieve reduced resistance is to sit as far back on the seat as possible, keeping the body as low and near to the scooter as you can, then crane you head upwards to look over the handlebars then grit teeth and try to get the scooter to go over 25 mph.







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