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Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:50 am





Great comedy, but does it properly depict the common chav/pikey/ned/scally? Your bovvering to reply would be much appreciated!  Wink
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:08 am

Urgh. Thats "Chav".
And I hate that program. Urgh.

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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:14 am

That is a chav. A pikey is a gypsy/someone that lives in a caravan.

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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:20 am

Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 2):
That is a chav. A pikey is a gypsy/someone that lives in a caravan.

Ah, thanks! This end, all these terms of endearment (chav etc.) seemed to describe basically the same.
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:25 am

This is a good one of the lovely Lauren!  Wink

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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:33 am

Quoting Banco (Reply 4):
This is a good one of the lovely Lauren!

Only because there's a stab at the French in it, innit?  Wink
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:36 am

Quoting Aloges (Reply 3):
Ah, thanks! This end, all these terms of endearment (chav etc.) seemed to describe basically the same.

'Tis true. Pikey is a few years old now, and USED to have to same meaning as chav. Nowadays, as James said, it's means a gypsy/traveller. Chav defines much more what pikey used to try to describe!
 
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:47 am

Quoting Aloges (Reply 5):
Only because there's a stab at the French in it, innit?

You think that's a stab at the French? Really?  scratchchin 

Just as with the classic "Germans" episode of Fawlty Towers, I thought the French character (in this case) comes out of it rather nicely. It's the English who are hideous.
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:55 am

This is Pikey (warning coarse language, after all it is from a Guy Richie film):



Check out the mullets on some of the Pikeys....  rotfl  Do ye like dags?
 
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 8:00 am

Quoting Banco (Reply 7):
It's the English who are hideous.

That is a given.

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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 8:02 am

Quoting Aloges (Reply 9):
That is a given.

Yours,
Scotland

Oh, Aloges. I expected a better put-down from you. I give you a free hit and that's the best you can do?  Wink
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 8:05 am

Quoting Banco (Reply 10):
I expected a better put-down from you. I give you a free hit and that's the best you can do?

Well, if you read the salutation at the end carefully you could find out who that was aimed at.  Wink
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RE: Help Me Out, Britons, Does This Define "Pikey"?

Mon Mar 12, 2007 5:05 pm

Some woman from Doncaster told me that where she comes from, 'pikey' means 'lucky'. I don't believe it.

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