| Middle-Class Guy seeking Gold-digging Chav Arm Candy!
Middle-aged middle-class man, bored and with more money than sense, seeking a sexy local Chav as a gold-digging subby pet.
I'll buy you trinkets and all that bling you so love to display, I'll let you loose with my credit card in the mall, give you weekly pocket money to pay for your cheap make-up and vodka shots on a Friday night, and I'll just generally spoil you rotten. In return, all I expect is gentle submission from a local bimbo content to be arm candy to middle-aged man.
Regular allowance, expensive treats and lots of attention for the right girl who has a good sense of humour and is content to be the high-mainenance "chavette" and pet.
VERY serious offer - 100% genuine.
FOOTNOTE FROM WIKIPEDIA
Chav, also Charv/Charver and Chavette, are mainly derogatory slang terms in the United Kingdom for a subcultural stereotype fixated on fashions such as imitation gold, poorly made jewellery and fake designer clothing (often Burberry), combined with elements of working class British street fashion. The term appeared in mainstream dictionaries in 2005.
There are regional variations; in North East England (particularly in the Sunderland and Newcastle upon Tyne areas)the variant charv or charver/charva is most commonly used and has been used since the early 1990s, while in the south east chav and chavette are the usual forms. What is unusual is that the vowel in charver is ¨» (as in 'far') and the mainstream UK equivalent uses the a (as in 'cat') vowel in chav which goes against the usual North-South (a/¨») vowel distinction.
The defining features of the chav clothing is the Burberry pattern (notably a now-discontinued baseball cap) and from a variety of other casual and sportswear brands. Tracksuits, hoodies, track suit bottoms and baseball caps are particularly associated with this stereotype. Response to the term has ranged from amusement to criticism that it is a new manifestation of classism. The term has also been associated with juvenile delinquency, the "ASBO Generation", "Hoodie culture", and "Yob culture".