Jul 12 Word of the Day
The horrible moment when you realise that you have accidentally done something very slightly wrong which has very bad (usually embarassing) implications for you. This is typically the moment of realisation that you just sent a dirty text message to a close member of family, typically your mother, rather than the intended recipient.
Message: "i'm free this afternoon so come over and fuck me senseless, my parents will be out all day"
Recipient: Mum
Message Sent
- Onosecond occurs here -
by Jimmed September 26, 2006
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Inhabitiant of liverpool, often downplayed by rival cities due to false stereotypes from godawefull 80's TV shows such as "Bread", "Boys from the black stuff" and "Brookside" depicting them to be thieves and killers, and enforced by the peasant underclass of youths known as "scallys" or "chavs" who are generally annoying cunts. while these can be found anywhere in the United Kingdom, some people live under the delsuion that they dont exist around them, and they are only found in liverpool.

Scousers are usually easy going, up for a laugh, and welcoming to outsiders, and usually posess a strong wit similar to that of the Irish, and Geordies, also loves a good party!
"we do dat doe dont we doe?"

"calm down!"
by scouser4life November 23, 2004
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n. a person from Liverpool, England, or Liverpudlian, or Merseysider (the River Mersey; Merseyside County). Scouse is a term for the distinctive local accent or dialect. Derived from "lobscouse," a traditional sailors' stew usually made with lamb and hard tack (very hard, baked bread/cracker).
A scouser himself, Steven Gerrard is perhaps the most beloved of the current players on the Liverpool squad.
by R. Grisham May 02, 2007
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The only people that can steal your socks without removing your shoes :D
mate you know that scouser over there?
yeh pal?
he has your socks
by brettttttttttttttttttttttttttt September 19, 2010
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Person from Liverpool.

The nice ones are really nice, ie very friendly & chatty, like to take the mickey out of all and sundry and as honest and trustworthy as the day is long.

Bad ones are quite possible the most irritating people ever met, with large chips on their shoulder who whinge a lot and can't be trusted as far as they can be thrown.

Visitors from other countries (and also from the UK) can generally not always understand scousers with strong accents.
eg.
Good - Ken Dodd (except for the whole tax evasion thing)

Bad - Wayne Rooney (despite the obvious talent on the field)
by Neighbour to Liverpool March 30, 2005
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People from Liverpool who aren't that different from anyone else, except we don't slag off other cities as much as everyone else slags us off.

The myth of scousers as criminals is usually reinforced by right wing toffs and the gutter press, who've never visited Liverpool - probably because we don't tolerate third-hand bigoted remarks from people who can afford a 'good education'.

Merseyside, with Liverpool at its centre, is one of the safest metropolitan areas in the UK according to Home Office statistics. A decline in the number of crimes reported per 100,000 of the population, has made Merseyside the third safest metropolitan area behind Northumbria and South Yorkshire - burglary rates are at their lowest levels for more than twenty years. Which probably explains why Ive heard so many students saying they feel safer in Liverpool than they do back home.

Don't believe the crap written about us.
You don't need anybody to tell you who you are or what you are. You are what you are! - John Lennon
by Neil January 28, 2005
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