They are just as likely to have parents living apart, but they tend to know the name, address and face of their fathers, spending regular weekends with them. Despite their mothers having new boyfriends who are often mechanics, builders and van drivers (and therefore not thought of as being particularly intellectually over-endowed), they are frequently told that having a good education is actually their ticket out of the hellhole the council has seen fit to abandon the family into.
Female Chavs feel particularly threatened by female Neeks, particularly when, after being offered a 'smaak in yer maaaf/mooi' for having an intelligent conversation with a boy who is 'well fit' in the eyes of the Chavette, will smile sweetly and ask if the handbag is a special edition, as Burberry isn't usually spelled 'Burbree' and they are sure the Chavette would never buy cheap rip offs from the market. Unfortunately, by the time the Chavs have worked out that they have just been 'seriously dissed', the Neek and the other articulate and educated members of the group are already in their next accelerated learning class, laughing at the gorilla like faces pulled by the terminally uncomprehending.
Neeks tend to gain GCSEs rather than a certificate to say they have spent a week on work experience at KwikSave, partly due to the fact that their mothers have encouraged them since babyhood with kind words and conversation, rather than slaps around the head for knocking over the Stella cans just opened at 9am on Saturday morning.
'Dunno, but he's laffin' now. D'ya 'spose she said summat funny?'
'Nah, she's a slaaaag. I'll mash 'er up' (stomps towards neek - last bunkup was with a Rudy and haven't quite managed to change speech pattern back)
'You can't talk ter Kieran, 'cos my mate really likes him, an' 'is mate sez he really, really likes her, so if I sees yer talkin' ter 'im again, I'll....'
(Having been asked a question, Chavette's limited brain cells implode and she gets nail extensions ready to claw face off Neek)
(Neek deftly blocks outstretched plastic nails, twists Chavette's arm behind her back and pushes gently to place Chavette's elbow to same level as the third tier of 9ct gold plate earrings. Mum had right idea in sending neek to kick boxing classes from age of 6. Neek speaks very quietly:)
'So what, exactly, was it that you were intending to do?'
'AAAAGGGGGHHHH! Gerroff! Nuffink!'
'Well that's OK then. I won't see you later will I?'
(Neek walks away with friends)
Those people who've written about chavs calling 'people who will grow up to be successful later in life' neeks is total rubbish.
You can be a person who listen to hip-hop and garage and still be called a neek.
Generally a neek is someone who has had some academic success, told a joke that needs a certain amount of intellect to understand or expressed a dislike to Rap / R&B / Garage.
A neek is someone who will grow up and go on to be successful, while the “cool” kids find out that their street cred and their stolen phones don’t mean shit to anybody in the real world.
Neek: *I’m going to move away now, the smell of cigarettes and saliva is repulsing me*
If you are smart, and love computers it doesn’t mean that you are a neek if you have grown up in the streets and know how to act in threatening situation and you know what to say and know how to defend yourself.
You can also be good at school, get really good grades and still not be a neek. It’s all about being street-wise and standing up for yourself.
That being said, its not bad to be a neek, it just means you dont understand the street culture.
Neek: "please dont hurt me, i only just got this phone please let me keep it"
Black youths named other nigros who enrolled in education, neeks, as it is actually a cross between geek and nigro.
although it is now commonly misused across the world for naming someone a geek/nerd.
-Neek: according to rule '13a sub section b' you are discriminating the human rights act, developed in 1896. I'm telling.
-Tyrone: YOU GONNA GET SLAPPED
-*neeks glasses smash as he hits the floor.
Neeks can often be substituted where language fails. Generally, though, it is a positive term that has some kind of unspoken quality, especially a CREATURELY quality. Can also be a nickname for a beloved or good friend.
As an adjective, Neeksy connotes funkiness, strange endearment, unexplainable creaturely feelings, unhuman (but not in a negative way).
2. "You're just a little Neeks, that's all"
3. Joe: "How are you feeling today?"
Jimmy: "Oh I don't know...Neeksy I guess."
4. "Look at the neeks I drew" (*shows picture of scribbles, or of a little creature*)