What about Newquay? Surely that's chav central of Cornwall?Alan H said:From the Urban Dictionary:
Chav central of Cornwall, you don't want to be left alone there at night OR in the day. People often use this as an insult. It is very good for being able to discribe someone as chavy or a pikey.
Insult: e.g. "You going Bodmin" Or , "Oh My Bodmin" Or, "Bodmin" (plainly)Or "Your muffas from Bodmin".
Nothing wrong with that, as long as it's reasonably fresh.BJB said:There was a documentary on telly a few weeks ago about some chaps from Bodmin moor (all weirdos to a man). There was one guy in particular who collected road kill for food. He had a freezer full of wild animals
In fact Lanivet is the physical centre of Cornwall and is 2.4 miles SouthWest of Bodmin....... Newquay is on the Coast - so by definition Bodmin is more central!simonali said:What about Newquay? Surely that's chav central of Cornwall?
Growing-up in Exeter it ws "going Digby", or he's a bit Digby, as Digby was the name of the local asylum...or Loony-bin as we knew it.User76 said:Trust me, I'm a nurse (psychiatry). In Wiltshire it would have been "Ooooh, you're off to Roundway", in Somerset the equivalent would have been Tone Vale, Bristol would have been Barrow Gurney etc. Each county had an asylum and each asylum became infamous in it's own area. They've all been converted into houses now though, and the streets are full of people who need help Care in the community my arse
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