I hate charvers, they're all cocks

burberry hats and burberry socks,

earrings made of cheap fake gold,

fag butts that they always hold,

they wear them stupid sports clothes too,

while they're 'bezzin' with their 'crew'

around the town, just hanging out,

they all swear and scream and shout,

they have a language called townie speak,

drink white shite and get fucked all week,

they're hair so full of hairspray it makes me gag,

"'ere you mate, giv' us a fag

fookin' this and fookin' that,

don't you 'dis' me burberry hat

'scuze me mate I fucked ya mam,

gi' us sum pennies to buy some scran

meeeh! you fuckin' bastard boggers

di' you like me adi' joggers?

shut yer mouth or i'll shut it for yer

i don't need no court-room lawyer

going to prison is like fuckin' hardcore

waitin' in the dole line is such a bore

in me jail cell tha time don't pass

('ere jus' don' tell anyone I got fuck'd in the ass)!

me mums a slag an mi sis' a hoe

u take ta piss... but boferd? NO!

thats why i'm retarded and can hardly speak

but i'm tha best an' you're a 'freak' (mmmeeeeeeh!!!)

well minted is the town cross,

we can go down 'market and just doss,

i like me ashlands and ta council estate"

its those bastard charvers that I really hate!
council estates, sea side resorts, town centers, anywhere where u can hear a car alarm...
by KATMAN April 25, 2004
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A term coined originally in Liverpool to group together a certain type of person through their clothes, language and ideals.
The male 'scally' can be easily recognised through his clothing and language used. Hair is to be short and thickly gelled, often accompanied by a cap (Burberry preferably) tilted at a 45 degree angle. Gold jewelly is a must, curb chains and bracelets mainly, but the sovereign ring must also be taken into account. A small hooped earring never goes amiss. Tops must be slightly baggy and carrying a latest brand name (at time of writing Henri Lloyd is popular). Polo shirts (Hackett) are also a popular motif of the scally, coupling heavy branding with an ability to lift the fold-over collar up around the neck. Tracksuit bottoms are the desirable trouser of choice, often being rolled into sport socks. Trainers must be worn (except on nights out where loafers become king). Reebok Classics or Nike Air Max are still the reigning style, although Adidas County trainers are becoming seen more widely. Transport comes from 'suped-up' cars which are often between 10 and 20 years old. The lower to the floor, the better. Swearing is a common factor of scally language, along with monoslylaabic terms, possibly due to the dropping out of education before GCSE's could be taken.

The female scally is often seen with a much older male scally. Hair is scraped back and heavily hairsprayed. Limitless amounts of make-up cover any blemishes, and the look is finsihed off with big hooped earrings. Clothes wise, tracksuit tops and tracksuit bottoms or jeans are preferred, along with the mandatory trainers. VPL always helps. Smoking and a young baby in a second hand pushchair are good accessories.

To find a scally, your best bet will be to parade the local big shopping mall, the local nightspots or, especaiily in seaside resorts, the main parade along the beach where numerous scally cars can be seen circling round, and round, and round...
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Scallys are lowlife scum who generally hang around street corners or shopping complexes waiting to either rob or intimidate someone.

They understand no large words from the english dictionary so stick to insults like 'Knob' instead of stringing together amusing profanities such as 'Knob - Jockey'.

They are generally seen wearing fake 'designer' clothing ranging from adidas to a hot favourite 'henry lloyd'. They generally wear caps that are too small for their heads thus restricting all possible blood flow to thier tiny brains, big 'Rockport' boots are popular, stripey jumpers make them look like convicts and of course tracksuit bottoms tucked into their cartoon socks are standard.

Only scallys and cyclist tuck in their trousers. Cyclists have a proper reason. To keep the bottoms from tangling with the chain. Scallys however use it as a place to store stolen goods. The items they steal will of course not fall from the trousers as they are tucked in. Why doesnt some one tell them about elastic?

Older scallys (20-30) are generally jobless and are rarely seen unless it is dole day or they are out robbing.

Younger scally females often find it essential to be pregnant by the age of 15. They generally call their devil spawn awful names like 'Michaeeloh' This of course means many more scallys are introduced into the world each day to provide a very amusing source of entertainment for the rest of us.
Visit stockport. Looks for stripey jumpers or listen for car alarms.
by RandomHero January 21, 2004
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<n> British slang
Anti-social youth who predominantly wears fake Burbury hats or baseball caps, stripey tops, shell suit bottoms (tucked into their socks) and brown Rockport shoes. Usually smokers, they find strength in numbers but as individuals are soft as steamy pig-shite. They shave their heads and often form 'Scooter patrols' when they are old enough to forge a license and steal a scooter.
Their main haunts are council estates, off-licences and public parks.
They walk like they own the place but have in fact probably stolen it.

See also chav, townie, twat, Knob-Head
"John Nailer is such a Scally."

"Here comes a Scally, let's kick the sore shit out of him."
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Mammal with little to no basic social skills. Communicates via a series of grunts and hand gestures.
Lives in a social group consisting of a hierarchy where the leader or 'propa hard bloke' reins supreme in his knock off henry lloyd sweatshirt. Females of this species show a gross amount of flesh in order to obtain a mate in order to produe young at an early age - usually 15-18. These creatures have a variaty of mating calls including the well known 'ere ar yo' and 'ere ar will yo buy us some fags mate'.
Often found at night near cornershops, parks, phoneboxes or anyother place they feel they may intimidate far superior creatures, the scally will most certainly be found with a can of white lightning or woodpecker in their posseion.
While these creatures seem aggressive and act like complete tossers it is important to note that a string of long and hard to pronounce words often confuses them leaving them utterly helpless e.g. 'are you a bit thick like mate?' is often most sucessful at rendering a scally stupified.
see Liverpool shopping centre,Manchester Arndale,London centre and the majority of dole queues
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scally was a liverpool term for "casuals" and over time has come to mean any kind of young "hood" who wears sportswear, or acts like a "plazzy gangster"
some scally wanker just stabbed me in the face with a fork!
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A complete loser, usually working class. Typically wears something like lacoste shellsuit top, baseball cap and trakkie b's tucked into his socks with tasteless sports classics (eg adidas). Usually by the time they are in their 20's even these idiots grow out of it, although in Liverpool there are people who never do. If they are dressing up on a fraadee nite they will put their Rockports on before catching the train to Chester to get wasted. Usually too worried about what their mates think of them to enjoy themselves, hence ruining the atmosphere whereever they go. Usually in crowds. The social hierarchy is not based on based on 'hardness', even though they aren't hard at all. If they have enough money they might also be found in Ibiza or Faleraki in the summer.

See townie, sub-class, dickhead
"British culchas fukkin grate inni"
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