- n. Alternative capitalization of Scouser
- n. a native or resident of Liverpool
“scouser' means to you is your opinion and not for me to rebuff Having returned temporarily to live in Scotland after about 35 years working away I am struck by three things.”
“REEVES: Chris Cairns is a scouser and a professional comic.”
“It's a blow to John Henry of the Red Sox and his new army of scouser fans.”
“Ten red cards have been issued in the past 11 meetings alone, the Australian receiving one of them, but, immersed in all things Everton and with four career goals against Liverpool, it is a fixture that evidently means as much to the man from Sydney as any scouser.”
“My goalie, Jamie Jones, is a scouser, and they're quick off the mark.”
“At the risk of being called yet another whingeing scouser by adoption, the north-east is not the first region to be marginalised by the south-east and London media and political class.”
“Joey Barton is the headline case: he may be the captain and the club's highest earner but the scouser has yet to win a game for QPR and his preoccupation with Twitter should have become an embarrassment to him when the team's results started going south.”
“Merseyside, as I can attest being a semi-scouser, has always been a fairly violent place with a parallel reputation for its sense of humour and propensity to nick whatever it can.”
“There is gossip (denied) that rather than risk coming last behind Abbott, Andy Burnham? campaigning as the scouser scourge of the "London elite"? may swing his support behind a rival.”
“Did it matter that he was this hugely rich rock star dreaming of an idyllic life...not really, He was a fairly poor scouser who ascended to the hights of international stardom and he didn't do it by appearing in front of Simon Cowell, also a very misunderstood man who donates a lot of money to charity but only under the strict condition that the press doesn't know on some lame phone-in driven show.”
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