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On BBC Breakfast this morning, the woman presenter (dont know her name) was interviewing people from the antiques roadshow.She said 'All I want to know is how much is it worth, god we're such 'Chav's'.I found this a bit .AIBU
Hmmm, not what I'd expect from the BBC. YANBU!
Thanks for the support Rach
no YANBU. It is not appropriate for her to use the term in a derogatory fashion, if at all. that's for us MNers to do!
dont think she was out of order in that context tbh
Don't know, i didn't see it. Depends on how she used it though.
in that context it is fine, chav always = vulgar when I hear it
sounds like she was trying to be amusing
We have had a thread about the word Chav before haven't we?
It was said in a derogatory manner. You could have replaced the sentence with, "we're so vulgar."I don't like the way she used the word 'God' in the context either. I know many people say it but a BBC presenter should know better.The BBC present was being unreasonable.
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