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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But the same answers kept coming up over and over again - from Scousers getting told to "calm down, calm down" to requests to say "chicken and chips" on command.
Regarding his long-running labour of love, he explains: "I suddenly woke up one morning and found myself drawing famous Scousers! And what started as a simple postcard is now morphing into my new magnum opus - which will feature 1,000 prolific Liverpolitans (and a few wastrels).
The min he found out we were scousers his reaction was simply no!
Speaking to hopeful Amy Gunn, 19, from Dunblane, Rita said: "So you're a Scouser."
* SCOUSERS on the Rampage is at St Helens Theatre Royal, on Sunday, October 30.
Hills - Scouser (as specified above) specials: 9-2 any Scouser to score first, 10 S Gerrard to score the winner.
The Scousers, never short of a wheeze or two when it comes to making a few bob, obviously recognise that anything with Bard connections will be extremely lucrative.
ENGLAND footballer Wayne Rooney is the nation's favourite Scouser, it was disclosed today.
Millions of BBC viewers remember Harry's portrayal of three shell-suited brothers, called The Scousers, who argued, fought and thieved among themselves.
For a long time now,salt and pepper chickenhad been a firm favourite among Scousers. It's the go-to dish at every Chinese restaurant.
It was the second time the family have been targeted in two weeks and they have been inundated with kind words and offers of help from fellow Scousers.