chavtastic


Related to chavtastic: Chavette

chavtastic

(ˌtʃævˈtæstɪk)
adj
1. suitable for or designed for chavs
2. relating to or characteristic of a chav
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It used to just involve a nice new haircut, a touch of Touche Eclat and the avoidance of chavtastic velour tracksuits but now they make them have their faces cut open, fill their chests with silicone and cram their mouths with enough dazzling veneers to blind an Osmond.
Also on tonight's show, posh former royalcorrespondent Jennie Bond gets a chavtastic make-over so she can pretend to be a Brummie star stalker They Think It's All Over BBC1, 10.
it's weird," is how he describes the chavtastic "act" that is GLC.
And I'm not saying the do was a bit chavtastic, but the present list was provided by Poundstretcher and three sovereign rings were put in the collection plate.
Don't be mistaken in thinking that the majority of people committing "harmless" infractions live in the Chavtastic underbelly of society.
SHAKESPEARE'S plays have been made chavtastic so teenagers will read them.
But away from the infamous Jockey pub where she pulls pints for Frank Gallagher and his chavtastic family, actress Rebecca Atkinson couldn't be more unlike her on-screen character if she tried.
It may be chavtastic but the National Lampoon Christmas Vacation house may soon be the only form of festive fun left.
KATE Moss enjoys a cheap thrill - as she heads for a friend's chavtastic birthday bash.
I'm going to count them down and provide some top tips on why these life skills are still relevant to the uncouth, chavtastic, selfish, celebrity-obsessed, dumbed-down, anti-social, chewing-gum-splattered nightmare that is 21st century Britain.
Judges' spats, chavtastic families storming the audition room in protest, and torrid life stories all take precedence over finding someone who can actually hold a tune.
Now all Robbie needs is to ditch that chavtastic blue tracksuit and get a high-flying wardrobe instead.