EVER wondered why on Tyneside they're called charvas
and in the rest of the country they're called chavs?
All that will do, apart from alienate another news source for supporters, is give them more room to publish photos of Sarah Jessica Parker's new shoes and scare stories about scrounging charvas
getting free plasma Jumbotrons.
The sooner you learn that this is a football club, and not a tracksuit shop for charvas
, the sooner you stand a chance of understanding us.
The other thing about Charvas
is they are all rich.
Geordie saying: charva
Non Geordie translation: chav, which is defined by the Urban Dictionary as"a young lower-class person typified by brash and loutish behaviour and the wearing of (real or imitation) designer clothes" Usage: "How man, have a deek at them charvas
gannin' radgie owa there.
Let it happen before a fast food chain or a Charvas
'R' Us tracksuit conglomerate wave a wad of cash in front of the board.
This isn't news that merits so-called quality broadcasting, this sort of puerile tripe belongs to the Sunday papers and assorted mindless gossip magazines aimed at charvas
and easily pleased idiots.
We get associated in people's minds with charvas
and vandals but we take care of where we skate ( if there was broken glass there, we would get hurt, if we drank we would get hurt ( it's an impossibility.
He'd say 'We're not going to talk about charvas
, we're going to talk about Italian unification'," chuckled Tom.
WELL the local charvas
have started playing with their explosives already where I live.
The title has been awarded by the Chavscum website, a cult internet site that pokes fun at young hooligans called chavs (more often called charvas
in the North-East).
And then you see young charvas
with lots of kids, who can't be bothered to work, claiming every penny of our hard-earned tax money.