a guide to the Scouse dictionary Liverpool sayings: Top 26 things only burberry nylon shopper Scousers say Here's a list of popular Liverpool or Scouse sayings feel free to add your ownByPeter Guy 16:49, 2 JAN 2014Updated17:24, 5 APR 2017Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Liverpool is well known for its Scouse language and popular sayings.
We asked Echo readers for their favourites here's a selection. Have we missed any? Let us know in the comments. 1. Non Scouser a person from Runcorn, Wirral, Southport, buy burberry wallet online St Helens etc; specifically from provincial town outside of Liverpool. Scouse saying Wool, woolyback. Usage: 'That's burberry outlet en ligne proper Wool behaviour, like.' 2. Generic burberry retailers proclamation of positivity Scouse saying Go 'ed, is right, nice one, boss, well in, sound, belter, made up. Usage: 'Go 'ed, lad, get us an ale in, nice one.' 3. Generic proclamation of negativity Scouse saying devoed, bitter, gutted, eeeeeeeee! Usage: 'Lost a tenner down the alehouse, proper devoed, lad.' 4. Fake not true or real. Meant to look real or genuine but not real or genuine Scouse saying Jarg, blag, plazzy sometimes applied when referring to knock off goods from a spurious source. Usage: 'Got these jarg sunnies (see 18) down the alehouse off this dodgy auld fella (see 5).
' See also plazzy Scousers anyone from the Wirral, Kirkby etc. 5. Man An adult male human Scouse saying Lad, la, lid, sconner, fella, kidda, auld fella, our kid, mate, arlarse (not to be confused with arlarse meaning out of order).
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