Derived from the two words 'charvaharmer', this is a Newcastle gay man who shows his affection for charvas when they bother him by beating them to a pulp, rather than just laughing at them in a hysterical and sypmathetic manner. A cause of much embarrassment to charvae, this phenomenon is known to the charvae themsleves as a 'tough puff'. Losing in a fight to a charmer is the ultimate social death among charvae, who will reject and stigmatise the loser. Charmers have also been known to play the charva game of roaming the streets of the west end and jumping on lone charvae and giving them a damn good lamping, though this is a rare phenomenon. Charvae actually have a respect for 'hard puffs' and know not to start a fight with them, knowing that their own strength and skills are inferior, which will lead them to lose badly and become a laughing stock. Charmers often wear skatewear, off-centre Goth wear and occasionally adopt the look of a classic skinhead yob. They have a great respect for most people, but are feared by charvae.
'Jesus av just had me nose brokken by a puff, divn't tell any o me mates. A proper charmer....'
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