What do Scousers call trousers?

What do Scousers call trousers?

‘Kecks’ are known as pants or trousers in Liverpool.

What does shag mean in Liverpool?

To shag/to goose – to have sex with someone. Heavy – when something goes wrong, or a good tune. Goosing. Jarg/plazzy/Knock off – fake. To jib someone – to dump someone (jib him off – dump him)

What does scouser mean in slang?

Definition of Scouser : a native or inhabitant of Liverpool, England.

Why do Scousers say lid?

Lid originates from the rhyming slang of ‘bin lid’ – meaning ‘our kid’, another unique phrase meaning an adult male. Other ways to refer to men include lad, la, lid, sconner, fella, kidda, auld fella, our kid, mate.

What does wool mean in Liverpool?

What is a ‘Wool’? Deriving from woolyback, a wool is defined as someone who lives outside, but near to Liverpool. This derogative term is used to describe those who pretend to be from Liverpool but are not really according to one of the points outlined above.

Why do Scousers say wool?

The term ‘Wool’ or ‘Woolyback’ is usually reserved as a name for those who live outside of Liverpool. Historically – during the dockers strike – people who came from smaller towns outside the city were referred to as woolybacks, as they would carry woollen bales on their backs.

Is Scouser an insult?

No, it is not an insulting term and yes, Liverpudlians refer to themselves by this term, although less so these days.

Why are Scousers called wools?

What is the meaning of Scouser?

Definition of Scouser. : a native or inhabitant of Liverpool, England.

What is the meaning of Trouser?

trouser. adjective. Definition of trouser (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : of, relating to, or designed for trousers trouser pockets. 2 : of or relating to a male dramatic role played by a woman.

Why is Liverpool called Scouser?

The name Scouser reflects Liverpool’s German and Scandinavian connections, which tend to be grossly understated, with many in the south of England incorrectly perceiving Liverpool as being a part of Ireland on the English mainland. John, Liverpool UK In reply to “Johnno” US, your answer was wrong.

Is it offensive to call someone a Scouser?

Don’t often hear people from Liverpool calling themselves Scousers, unless they are on tour! They can be sensitive if they see an implied insult. By the bye, blind scouse is Scouse with no meat. Steve Reeds, Liverpool UK To be called a scouser is not insulting, that is what we are.