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The 10 things you know if you're dating a Scouser

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Our professional video crew can help you increase revenue and turnover by presenting your business to a wide audience with a creative and educational promotional film for use on multiple online channels. In acting, music and in sports, Merseyside has produced more than its fair share of A-listers who can hold their own with any in the world. Here are just some of the stars with Scouse roots who have gone on to make it big on a global stage. Melanie C — aka Sporty Spice — is, of course, one fifth of the Spice Girls and although she was brought up in Widnes, she was actually born in Whiston.

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It's that time of year to share the festivities with someone special and being from Liverpool is a special thing. Every city has its quirks but Scousers are unique - whether it's our accent, style or humour, we stand out from the rest. The invention of modern dating apps like Once means you can now search for your soul mate with a swipe of your finger. Now you may not fall into those categories and may be strapped for cash this festive season but you're in luck if you're dating a Scouser as our guide below explains.
Top definition. Scouse , or scouser. Used as a positive, neutral or derogaratory word depending on the speakers prejudices about said city. It is part of a genre of slang terms which refer to people by stereotypes of their dietary habits. Such as pom, limey or ros bif for the British.