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A 2006 survey by You Gov suggested 70% of TV industry professionals believed that Vicky Pollard was an accurate reflection of white working-class youth.Also in 2006, Prince William of Wales and his younger brother Prince Harry had dressed up as chavs, resulting in headlines in The Sun naming him "Future Bling of England".We have lots of horny and sexy escorts in your area available to please you right now.From Milfs, Teens, Busty, Skinny to BBW`s we list escorts of all ages, shapes and sizes so there is something for everyone.On describing those who use the word, the society stated that "we all know their old serviette/napkin, lounge/living room, settee/sofa tricks. This is middle class hatred of the white working class, pure and simple." By 2004, the word was used in national newspapers and common parlance in the UK.Susie Dent's Larpers and Shroomers: The Language Report, published by the Oxford University Press, designated it as the "word of the year" Characters described as "chavs" have been featured in numerous British television programmes, as well as films.

Created by radio host Matt Lucas for the show Little Britain, the character Vicky Pollard is a teenage girl intended to parody a chav.

A drama that tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement, women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal State.

These women were not primarily from the genteel educated classes, they were working women who had seen peaceful protest achieve nothing.

A spokeswoman said, "With slogans from characters in shows such as Little Britain and The Catherine Tate Show providing us with more and more contemporary slang, our "Whatever" sweets – now nicknamed chav hearts – have become very popular with kids and grown-ups alike.

We thought we needed to give them some respect and have decided to trademark our sweets." A BBC TV documentary suggested that chav culture is an evolution of previous working-class youth subcultures associated with particular commercial clothing styles, such as mods, skinheads, and casuals.

The article stated, "William has a great sense of humour and went to a lot of trouble thinking up what to wear".

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