Not only is Cardiff the capital of Wales, it's one of the liveliest places in Wales. A night out here will leave you begging for more and most 'Cardiffians' are really friendly and everyone will just approach you and you'll end up spending the night with some awesome strangers.
There's Queen Street, the street of shopping and probably the most famous street in Cardiff. This is where all the shopping, entertainment and clubbing takes place.
A lot of people say that welsh girls are beautiful and they're very right!
Only problem is that there are chavs about seeing as the government decided to build loads of council estates in the neighbourhoods surrounding Cardiff but there are decent neighbourhoods which were there before the scumbags came.
All in all, Cardiff is a great city and anyone would be proud to live there!
Cardiff; It's the capital for a reason!
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Cold milky tea given to infants in a suck bottle. Favoured on council estates in Kirkby, Merseyside.
Ooeh! Wir oussa formila fer dthi baybee soes eel av ter av bok bok tea instead!
A word typically found in nothern British slang, around the areas of the north-west of England, namely Greater Manchester and Merseyside.
The word scrubber refers to those of the lower working class, characterized by wearing shell suits (full tracksuits for those who don't know), living on council estates and benefits. Scrubbers are notoriously tight with what money they do have, have no regard for personal hygiene and tend to be loud, rude and arrogant. They are very similar in this respect to chavs, only less clean and with a tendency to have a much higher opinion of themselves. When questioned or confronted about this, they can be defensive and violent. Alcohol and drugs are almost certain to be in the vicinity of a scrubber, the money that regular people would spend on hygiene, food and other normalcies is almost always spent on alcohol and drugs, usually in huge quantities, even in front of their usually many children, which sadly results in those kids growing up knowing nothing better.
(Scrubber approaches random person)
Scrubber: Lend me some money mate, I need to clean ma howse and stuff
Random Bloke: No, go away
Scrubber: Oh go on mayte, I need it to clean ma howse and shit
Random Bloke: No? How come you don't have enough to clean your house anyway?
Scrubbers: I spent it boowze and stuff
Random Bloke: Piss off you scrubber
Model of car popular with thicko council-estate dwellers. Usually adorned with tasteless accessories and driven erratically around housing estates until being written-off or stolen and then torched.
Second-hand value? Zero.
I say, Carruthers. You don't want that old XR3-i, it's a doltswagen. Why not try that nice Audi over there.
Watery-eyed, agressive female equivalent to the spide, Northern Irish council estate trash. (English version: pikey) Are always seen in groups of two or more, most likely with a set of double buggies in tow.more...
Generally associated with trance music, soft drugs, teen pregnancy and the radio station Energy 106. Invariably sectarian.
Appearance is usually overweight or horribly emaciated, either makeupless or slathered in bright orange foundation that sets off their luminous white skin. Hair is greased back into a high ponytail, several strands of hair are normally teased over the forehead to approximate a fringe. Home perms and bleach jobs are not uncommon. Most have at least three or four piercings on each ear adorned with the chunkiest, brassy rings they can find. The millie uniform is a knocked off tracksuit, Hi Tech trainers, coin rings and hiphop style necklaces and chains.
An optional addition is a squawling toddler, usually named "Danielle".
Millies are pack animals, and rarely stray outside their estates, excluding trips to the offie/chippy and perhaps a cheap 18-30 to Ibiza for the lucky ones. Encounter a pack of them, and bar verbal abuse you should be safe, unless you are unfortunate enough to be eyed up by "our fella".
Millies can get served anywhere in the country from age 12, considering by that time they all look like they're pushing 30.
a scottish slang word for a vagina lip, often used by the lower classes from council housing estates.
" hey malky your sister hus some pishflaps on hurr"
Chav the skummore...
Chav is a derogatory slang term in popular usage throughout England. It refers to a council house anti-socially violent subculture stereotype of a person who is uneducated, uncultured and prone to antisocial or immoral behavior. The label is typically, though not exclusively, applied to teenagers and young adults who enjoy stabby/shooting white working-class or lower-middle class origin. Chav is used for both sexes, but a male chav is sometimes referred to as a chavster and a female as a chavette. Other synonyms include; 'barry', 'Rick Wing', 'bazzer', 'kev', 'scally', 'shaz', 'sharon', 'townie', and 'trev'. In Scotland a male chav is known as a 'ned' whilst a female chav is known as a 'senga'. The term was first popularised by the Popbitch website and taken up enthusiastically by the tabloid press. It is similar to the United States terms white trash, wigger or nigger, but not the Australian word bogan, which is actually a rough around edges, generally lower middle class white Australian, that is a bit more of a country Australian, drinking lots of beer, driving big Australian cars, there is no similarity to Chavs. Response to the term has ranged from acceptance to criticism that the term is a new manifestation of classism.
Chavs are also very similiar to other antisocial youth subcultures, including charvas and chores.
The word chav is commonly thought to be from the mid-19th century Romany word chavi, meaning "delinquent youth"; but some ...