Scouse

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Scouse

Brit informal
1. a person who lives in or comes from Liverpool
2. the dialect spoken by such a person
3. of or from Liverpool; Liverpudlian
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Now he has produced updated editions of two of his Liverpool postcards: Liverpool Celebrity Scousers and Liverpool - Been There, Done It!
Rita's Scouser howler wasn't her only slip-up at the auditions for the ITV talent show at London's Wembley Arena.
"Scouser came up to me and said to Ella: 'Give me a cuddle.
So the captain relents and allows the Scouser to join the crew.
Born-and-bred Scousers obviously feel more passionately about the fixture than most, and the same firm make it a skinny 5-4 that one of them (Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Tony Hibbert, Leighton Baines, Jack Rodwell or Jose Baxter) ends up in the book.
"You give us chocolate digestives with one hand and cut jobs with the bloody other," shouted Dave Scouser. "I know what I'd rather have."
FRIENDS, Romans, Scousers, news reaches me that Liverpool is attempting to hijack Shakespeare.
This was prompted by the suggestion from Professor Michael Parkinson, of Liverpool John Moores University, that Brummies should "swagger like the Scousers do."
system only pays on the first four, while dog-loving Brummie Steph was raised by IG and Sporting, with the show's second Scouser, Sissy, also hiked.
The Royle Family star raged: "Cilla a true Scouser? My a**e!