Posted by sean on February 18, 2005 at 6:59 pm in Life In Bath with No Comments


Bloody Chavs! I went down to my local shops earlier today to get some curry for dinner, while in Coopers (the grocery shop) I noticed a group of chavs no more than twelve years old trying to buy cigarettes. They were obviously refused and then after muttering to themselves about how the man behind the counter was “totally gay” left the shop.

After paying for my meal I left and proceeded home when I noticed the same group of chavs inside the off licence. Through the glass I noticed one of them was giving the man behind the counter abuse, probably because he too didn’t want to serve a minor Marlborough Lights and White Lightening Cider.

Now, I’ve seen a lot of teenagers turned down by shops as they look too young. When I was younger I was sometimes unable to get served for 18 rated videos and alcohol even though I was legally old enough. These minors however were obviously below age, in fact I’d go as far to say they were still in junior school.

Makes you think this chav culture is getting younger and younger. I think it’s only a matter of time before new born babies will be smoking cannabis, drinking cider from a Tele Tubbies bottle and wearing bling bling dummies.


Goo Goo Gaa Gaa Innit

Incidentally there is a program about Chavs on Sky One this coming Monday at 9pm. It looks interesting although from what I’ve read, the presenter is defending the chavs!

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