A british term used by working and middle classes to define someone who wears branded sports clothing and will typically act in the "gang mentality". Usually, this will refer to a male betwixt the years of eleven and nineteen (there are exceptions) who is exoteric, loud, condescending and "up with the birds". Scallies will typically indulge themselves in a world of material things, as a front.
Their groups will stick a non-distinct, but recognisable code of dress (so as to assume that everything they do is for the group, as opposed to for the individual). Usually, they are athletic and physically dominant. While scallies can be of any class, the average is high working class or lower middle-class.
Scallies intimidate those who are seen as a threat. They are interested in whatever is in style, and contemporary, as opposed to long-standing institutions.
Contrary to what you may believe, hating "scallies" does not qualify one for intellectualism, nor does it make you "individual". By defining words on a website as a group, do you really think that you are any better than them?
Owning a Nirvana album does not assert any superioir musical taste or ability, nor can it be defined as "real music", because all music is real.
Thus concludes another session fo bitching at the non-exoteric "moshers", and the annoying as fuck "scallies".
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