I Just Heard That a Certain Bogan Pulled a Knife Out on RobW and His Misses at Rehabb Bar... WTF?

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Re: I Just Heard That a Certain Bogan Pulled a Knife Out on RobW and His Misses a...

Post by kiwiincambodia » Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:59 am

Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Ed Hammer wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Samouth wrote:If you call Australian bogan, what is the similar term for American as well as British? I am just curious :D
yeah in England in current times they would fall into the now loosely used "Chav" bracket, at first it was used to describe the anti social thuggish youth of the early '00s but has now a broader meaning


in Scotland Chavs are called Neds
The first meaning of Chav was used by Cockneys when referring to children had no negative connotations. I think it's all to do with working class bashing this new use.
yes mate wherei live we still use the word Chavi, used by older men towards younger men, we also use the word Youth as well in the same context, Chavi is an old Roman word meaning Child

a pretty standard conversation our way would go something like this....

"Now Then Chavi"
"Nah Then me ode"
"Hows Thee?"
"Alreet Mucker, and ya'sen duck?"

you understand Samouth??
Bloody Northerners :P :pardon:
I understood that conversation.

I feel so ashamed. Image
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Post by Jamie_Lambo » Wed Oct 21, 2015 12:13 pm

kiwiincambodia wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Ed Hammer wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Samouth wrote:If you call Australian bogan, what is the similar term for American as well as British? I am just curious :D
yeah in England in current times they would fall into the now loosely used "Chav" bracket, at first it was used to describe the anti social thuggish youth of the early '00s but has now a broader meaning


in Scotland Chavs are called Neds
The first meaning of Chav was used by Cockneys when referring to children had no negative connotations. I think it's all to do with working class bashing this new use.
yes mate wherei live we still use the word Chavi, used by older men towards younger men, we also use the word Youth as well in the same context, Chavi is an old Roman word meaning Child

a pretty standard conversation our way would go something like this....

"Now Then Chavi"
"Nah Then me ode"
"Hows Thee?"
"Alreet Mucker, and ya'sen duck?"

you understand Samouth??
Bloody Northerners :P :pardon:
I understood that conversation.

I feel so ashamed. Image
:D :good: haha
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Re: I Just Heard That a Certain Bogan Pulled a Knife Out on RobW and His Misses at Rehabb Bar... WTF?

Post by Samouth » Wed Oct 21, 2015 1:05 pm

Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Ed Hammer wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Samouth wrote:If you call Australian bogan, what is the similar term for American as well as British? I am just curious :D
yeah in England in current times they would fall into the now loosely used "Chav" bracket, at first it was used to describe the anti social thuggish youth of the early '00s but has now a broader meaning


in Scotland Chavs are called Neds
The first meaning of Chav was used by Cockneys when referring to children had no negative connotations. I think it's all to do with working class bashing this new use.
yes mate wherei live we still use the word Chavi, used by older men towards younger men, we also use the word Youth as well in the same context, Chavi is an old Roman word meaning Child

a pretty standard conversation our way would go something like this....

"Now Then Chavi"
"Nah Then me ode"
"Hows Thee?"
"Alreet Mucker, and ya'sen duck?"

you understand Samouth??
Bloody Northerners :P :pardon:
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Re: I Just Heard That a Certain Bogan Pulled a Knife Out on RobW and His Misses at Rehabb Bar... WTF?

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Wed Oct 21, 2015 1:37 pm

Samouth wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Ed Hammer wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Samouth wrote:If you call Australian bogan, what is the similar term for American as well as British? I am just curious :D
yeah in England in current times they would fall into the now loosely used "Chav" bracket, at first it was used to describe the anti social thuggish youth of the early '00s but has now a broader meaning


in Scotland Chavs are called Neds
The first meaning of Chav was used by Cockneys when referring to children had no negative connotations. I think it's all to do with working class bashing this new use.
yes mate wherei live we still use the word Chavi, used by older men towards younger men, we also use the word Youth as well in the same context, Chavi is an old Roman word meaning Child

a pretty standard conversation our way would go something like this....

"Now Then Chavi"
"Nah Then me ode"
"Hows Thee?"
"Alreet Mucker, and ya'sen duck?"

you understand Samouth??
Bloody Northerners :P :pardon:
Ort Sov Youl te, punte ort ey te.
:ROFL2: 8)
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