[Jokes] Fwd: Chav jokes

McKenna, Chris (RDS SW) chris.mckenna at defra.gsi.gov.uk
Tue Feb 22 09:18:55 GMT 2005

-----Original Message-----
From: Pam White 

> Q. What do you call a chav in a vault?
>  A. Safe
>  Q. What do you call a chav in a filing cabinet?
>  A. Sorted
> Q. What do you call a chav in a box?
>  A. Innit
> Q. What do you call a chav in a white tracksuit?
>  A. All White
> Q. What do you call an Eskimo Chav?
>  A. Innuinnit.
> Q. Why are Chavs like slinkies?
>  A. They have no real use but it's great to watch one fall down a 
> flight of stairs.
> Q. What do you call a Chavette in a white tracksuit?
>  A. The bride.
> Q. If you see a Chav on a bike, why should you try not to hit him?
>  A. It might be your bike.
> Q. What's the difference between a Chav and a coconut?
>  A. One's thick and hairy, the other's a coconut.
> Q. What's the first question at a Chav quiz night?
>  A. "What you lookin' at?"
>  Q. How do you get 100 Chavs into a phone box?
>  A. Paint three stripes on it..
> Q. 2 Chavs in a car without any music. Who's driving?
>  A. The police.

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