See also charva
This variety of (allegedly) human
beings mainly habitate
streets in the North East of England. Female charvers are recognised by their rock-solid fringes, loop earings
large enough to be used
wheels, and the collection of scrunchies in their hair. The males are less distinctive, but can be differentiated from other breeds of human
by the distinct lack
of any common sense. The common charver
hangs in herds of up to twenty, and can be easily tracked by following the clouds of cigarette smoke.
age at approximately 13 years, and gives birth to usually one live young. The charver will
have many mates
during it's lifetime.
smoking, scaring old people, and bullying young people. In the absense of other species to bully, the charver will
turn on it's own kind.
No, we can't go shopping today, the charvers are after me again.