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Oh, thanks. Always wondered what a shovel was.
You'd have much better luck hitting oil with a drilling rig. It's hard to bring dirt up through water with a shovel.
What good would a shovel do you?
haha on both.
By the way, that's sorta messed up...during that reprieve...do they get like...cakes and cookies and lap dances so they can feel like it's worth living?
Redneck knowledge 101.
First you call me a dude, then you intimate that I'm a redneck!
My feelings are hurt...badly hurt.
A couple of beers, sat on that sofa in your front yard and you'll forget all about it.
Okay, that cheered me up. That was good.
Prawn...you don't have that in England also, do you? Hicks with sofas in the yard?
Hey! I'm neither hick nor redneck. Hillbilly is the proper nomenclature.
No, not as far as I'm aware.... I watch my share of American television though. Also, we don't have "yards", we have "gardens". Who ever heard of cucumber sandwiches and cream buns with the vicar in the back yard?
This one time on wife swap these English ~~**lesbiennes**~~ were living on the dole, but then she had to switch with this farmer who was all "my tax dollars pay your slovenly sallary" and she was liek "well you don't have to be a farmer, you can live on the Dole too".
Is this an accurate portrayel of life in England? If you add all the chavs?
P.S What's a chav?
"Is this an accurate portrayel of life in England? If you add all the chavs?"
I think there must be something similar in all countries with a developed welfare system.
"What's a chav?"
It's a slang term with a rather complicated derivation.
Here's the Urban Dictionary definition which most captures the essence of the term IMO:
This definition fails to explain the root derivation of the word, here's what wikipedia says:
"Chav probably has its origins in the Romani word "chavi", meaning "child" (or "chavo", meaning "boy", or "chavvy", meaning "youth")"
So it's a bastardized Romany Gypsy word.
bling bling. haha.
We call them wiggers in the true north.
That was my only non intentional spelling error >.>
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