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Do you find any regional or foreign accents a real turn on, or turn off? Following on from what Smiths said on another thread where he finds Seth Efrican accents a turn off, I find the following accents a turn off:-

Northern Irish (like a well known TV presenter and girl friend of a Chelsea and England footballer).

Geordie (like a well known pint size X Factor judge, but there is a Geordie Radio 5 Live presenter who is OK, and similarly a female Geordie comedienne.)

Brummie

Scottish (like Lorraine Kelly the TV presenter.)

Scouser (like the girlfriend of a famous very tall Spurs footballer.)

I find French is probably the best accent as a turn on, and Saffyra works very well in this respect.

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I find the scouser accent a 'turn off' being that it does grate and sounds very harsh :-)

Love northern, scots, Irish, welsh, newcastle accent is friendly/sexy- cheryl cole sounds lovely- very soft.

Eastend accent really does it for me xx

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French, Australian, Dutch & Afrikaans.... Yes Afrikaans and Dutch. I'm weird, I know. Gotta love that old Essexboy accent too.

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I am a Scouser myself but as I've lived in Manchester a few years now my accent is a bit softer. I actually cannot stand the Scouse accent - it really makes me cringe. I like the French accent - mais oui!

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Do you find any regional or foreign accents a real turn on, or turn off? Following on from what Smiths said on another thread where he finds Seth Efrican accents a turn off, I find the following accents a turn off:-

Northern Irish (like a well known TV presenter and girl friend of a Chelsea and England footballer).

Geordie (like a well known pint size X Factor judge, but there is a Geordie Radio 5 Live presenter who is OK, and similarly a female Geordie comedienne.)

Brummie

Scottish (like Lorraine Kelly the TV presenter.)

Scouser (like the girlfriend of a famous very tall Spurs footballer.)

I find French is probably the best accent as a turn on, and Saffyra works very well in this respect.

I like all your listed accents and Geordie is my favourite of all.

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I like all your listed accents and Geordie is my favourite of all.

Heather is available, but rather expensive I hear.

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Do you find any regional or foreign accents a real turn on, or turn off? Following on from what Smiths said on another thread where he finds Seth Efrican accents a turn off, I find the following accents a turn off:-

Northern Irish (like a well known TV presenter and girl friend of a Chelsea and England footballer).

Geordie (like a well known pint size X Factor judge, but there is a Geordie Radio 5 Live presenter who is OK, and similarly a female Geordie comedienne.)

Brummie

Scottish (like Lorraine Kelly the TV presenter.)

Scouser (like the girlfriend of a famous very tall Spurs footballer.)

I find French is probably the best accent as a turn on, and Saffyra works very well in this respect.

Agreed French is a big turn on for me too,different accents on WG's are cool,apart from when you need address or directions to their accomadation and you can't understand what the hell they're saying on over the phone ;-)

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Heather is available, but rather expensive I hear.

Even if free it would be a never with Heather. If only Linzie Mae with her many FRs offered DFK it would be punt on.

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Agreed French is a big turn on for me too,different accents on WG's are cool,apart from when you need address or directions to their accomadation and you can't understand what the hell they're saying on over the phone ;-)

Text and text. :lol:

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I am a Scouser myself but as I've lived in Manchester a few years now my accent is a bit softer. I actually cannot stand the Scouse accent - it really makes me cringe. I like the French accent - mais oui!

There are different scouse accents though aren't there ? There is a big difference between north south and east Liverpool. Some are fine but there is that drawling thick accent usually spoken by blonde bimbo types.Its that one that people seem to hate.

I like the singing along type scouse where they seem to be trying to break into song. Think Steven Gerrard. The older peeps in Liverpool have the best accents Not as acchhhhh and iccchhhhh or kckckckckck. Think Roger McGough lol.

Good excuse to print the scouse dictionary again lol

Tara la

,

Adidas forgot to start : Jarg footwear with 2 stripes.

Adidas forgot to stop : Jarg footwear with 4 or more stripes.

Aigy : Aigburth, pronounced 'eggy'. South end.

Anfield : Holy ground. Also district of the city. North end.

'ang on a mo' : 1.The last Scouse red indian. 2.please wait a momment.

Arl arse : Cruel.

ar 'ey : Oh no!

'ad off : Someone elses poor fortune.

Auld bag : Old woman. pron; Owld bag.

'ave off : A spot of improvised good fortune.

Az if : I don't belive that.

B

Beaut : An idiot.

Better beaut : An extreme idiot.

Bevvy : Beer.

Bevied up : Drunk.

Bifter : A cigarette or joint.

Bizzies, 'de : The Police.

Blag : Lie.

Blaggin' me 'ead : Lying to me.

Blert : A lightweight. Usually from down south.

Blind scouse : Vegetarian version of the scouse national dish.

Blueshite 'de : Refering to Everton FC (aka the north Wales national team) and its followers.

Bombed out church, de' : St. Lukes.

Boss : Very good.

Brook, 'de : Tuebrook district. North end.

Bubbles, 'de : Row of bus stops in the city centre.

Butty : Sandwich.

C

Clobber : Clothes.

Cocky, de' : Night watchman.

Come 'ead : Lets go. Lets do it.

Crocky : Croxteth district. North end.

D

Dat London : Englands capital city.

de' : The.

Deffo : Definately.

Divvy : A stupid person.

Down South : Where all the poofs live. eg dat London.

Do one : Go away.

Drunken Scum : Legendary Liverpool improv. punk band featuring Fast n skinny, Scouse as ye like, Tits O'D. and Ezzy (r.i.p.).

E

Echo, 'de : Liverpools evening newspaper that is written and staffed by wools.

Everton FC : The city's most famous amateur footy team. Woodison.

F

Fabs, de' : The Beatles.

Fat Wap : An overweight person.

G

Gary Ablett's : Ecstacy tablets. Named after the current LFC reserve team coach and former LFC player.

Geggin' in : To join in on something when you aren't invited.

Gerry an' his ferry : Gerry Marsden. 1960's merseybeat.

Giz : Give.

H

I

Is right : I agree. Good idea. Well said.

Is wrong : An argumentative response to is right.

J

Jam butty : Police car.

Jarg : counterfit, fake, poor quality.

Jerk in bed: Birkenhead; a town on the wrong side of the River Mersey.

Jigger : 1. A girocheque. 2. A back alleyway.

Job : Undefinable in Scouse.

Joeys : Tea leaves floating in yer cup of tea.

K

Kidder : See la'.

King Kenny, de' : Kenny Dalglish. Liverpool FC's greatest ever player.

Knock off : Stolen goods.

Knowsley : Officially not Scouseland.

Kopite : Traditional working class LFC fan. Now just as likey to be a wool or a Norwegian, alas.

L

Lane, 'de : Lark Lane, Liverpools boho area. South end.

La' : Lad.

Lid : See la'.

Lob skause : See scouse.

M

Made up : Very happy about something.

Manc : A lowly cotton mill worker.

Meff : A smelly, badly dressed person.

Momo Sissoko : Cocaine.

More Dough Than Eavis : See Scouse As Ye Like.

Mud Man : A person from the Garston district of the city. South ender.

N

N' dat : Something else.

Nasty, de' : Heroin.

North End, de' : North end of the city eg. Noggsy, Crocky, de' Brook, Walton.

Noggsy : Norris Green district of the city. North end.

No need : An exclamation of disaproval.

O

On one : To act in a reckless manner.

On top te fuck : A bad situation.

On you : Staking a claim for next go on a spliff.

Orange Birds : see Scouse As Ye Like.

Ozzy, de' : Hospital.

P

Paddy's Wigwam : The Catholic Cathedral.

Parlie : Upper Parliament St. South end. Scene of 1980's rioting.

Plazee Scouser : A wool who adopts a Scouse accent and mannerisms in attempt to appear cool.

Posh twat : Someone from certain areas of the south end or from down south.

Probe : Legendary Liverpool record label and record store.

Professional Scouser : eg. Jimmy Tarbuck, Cilla Black, Stan Boardman.

Q

R

Rocket, de' : Beginning and end of the M62 motorway.

royal'ozzy, de' : The Royal Hospital.

S

Sack it la' : Stop that. Don't do it.

Sayers pastie : Scousers lunch.

Scally : Architypal Liverpool youth.

Scouseaccino : A frothy, creamy drink much loved by posh southern females.

Scouse : A stew originating from Scandanavian sailors.

Scouse As Ye Like : Jimmy Tarbuck style professional scouser cabaret act.

Scouser : One of the chosen few.

Scousers dozen : 15 of anything.

Scratch : Signing on the dole.

Sittin' tree, de' : Famous tree in Sevvy Park.

Sevvy Park : Sefton Park in the South End.

Shanks : The legendary Bill Shankly.

Shrek : Wayne Rooney 'once a blue always a manc'. Ultimate traitor and Granny fucker.

Skaegol : Heroin addict.

Slapperazi : A contingent of orange women, see Scouse as ye like ,who hang around famous men in the hope of getting a shag.

Slotted a boss hatrick : Scored 3 goals.

Soft Lad : Friendly name for a fool.

Sou-ey : Southport, an affluent and small former resort town north of the city. Famous for being robbed blind during English Bank Holidays.

South End, de' : South end of the city eg. Aigy, Speke, Garston see Mud Man, Allerton.

Southport back in Lancashire : A movement set up by posh wools in Sou-ey who believe that they are too good to be classed as living in the same county as Liverpool. Although many are happy to work there.

Sozz : Sorry.

Speke : Airport now re-branded as John Lennon International. Also district. South end.

Swan, de' : Old Swan district. North end.

Swerve on it : Not bother with it.

T

Ta' : Thank you.

Tellin' ye' : Emphasising agreement.

Texan : A beaut with a high opinion of him/herself.

Tocky : Toxteth district of the city. South end.

Trabs : Sports shoes.

U

Utty : Utting Avenue, north end.

V

W

Wabs : Ganja.

Whopper : An idiot.

Woodison Park : Home of Everton FC. See Blueshite.

Woolyback / Wool : A person from Runcorn, Wirral, Wigan, Warrington, Southport etc.

X

Y

Ye ma : Your mother.

Ye wha? : Pardon.

Yez/Youz : You (plural).

You'll never walk alone : LFC anthem. Show tune popularised by Gerry and his ferry.

Z

Z Cars, theme from : Former TV cop show theme tune that Everton FC run out to at Woodison.

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Oh, if we are talking World wide accents- I love hispanic, Italian, husky, come to bed whisper in your ear accents.......

American- Americans have a good way of talking during sex that is just very much of the wall and out there which I love lots of fun xx

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There are different scouse accents though aren't there ? There is a big difference between north south and east Liverpool. Some are fine but there is that drawling thick accent usually spoken by blonde bimbo types.Its that one that people seem to hate.

I like the singing along type scouse where they seem to be trying to break into song. Think Steven Gerrard. The older peeps in Liverpool have the best accents Not as acchhhhh and iccchhhhh or kckckckckck. Think Roger McGough lol.

Good excuse to print the scouse dictionary again lol

Tara la

,

Adidas forgot to start : Jarg footwear with 2 stripes.

Adidas forgot to stop : Jarg footwear with 4 or more stripes.

Aigy : Aigburth, pronounced 'eggy'. South end.

Anfield : Holy ground. Also district of the city. North end.

'ang on a mo' : 1.The last Scouse red indian. 2.please wait a momment.

Arl arse : Cruel.

ar 'ey : Oh no!

'ad off : Someone elses poor fortune.

Auld bag : Old woman. pron; Owld bag.

'ave off : A spot of improvised good fortune.

Az if : I don't belive that.

B

Beaut : An idiot.

Better beaut : An extreme idiot.

Bevvy : Beer.

Bevied up : Drunk.

Bifter : A cigarette or joint.

Bizzies, 'de : The Police.

Blag : Lie.

Blaggin' me 'ead : Lying to me.

Blert : A lightweight. Usually from down south.

Blind scouse : Vegetarian version of the scouse national dish.

Blueshite 'de : Refering to Everton FC (aka the north Wales national team) and its followers.

Bombed out church, de' : St. Lukes.

Boss : Very good.

Brook, 'de : Tuebrook district. North end.

Bubbles, 'de : Row of bus stops in the city centre.

Butty : Sandwich.

C

Clobber : Clothes.

Cocky, de' : Night watchman.

Come 'ead : Lets go. Lets do it.

Crocky : Croxteth district. North end.

D

Dat London : Englands capital city.

de' : The.

Deffo : Definately.

Divvy : A stupid person.

Down South : Where all the poofs live. eg dat London.

Do one : Go away.

Drunken Scum : Legendary Liverpool improv. punk band featuring Fast n skinny, Scouse as ye like, Tits O'D. and Ezzy (r.i.p.).

E

Echo, 'de : Liverpools evening newspaper that is written and staffed by wools.

Everton FC : The city's most famous amateur footy team. Woodison.

F

Fabs, de' : The Beatles.

Fat Wap : An overweight person.

G

Gary Ablett's : Ecstacy tablets. Named after the current LFC reserve team coach and former LFC player.

Geggin' in : To join in on something when you aren't invited.

Gerry an' his ferry : Gerry Marsden. 1960's merseybeat.

Giz : Give.

H

I

Is right : I agree. Good idea. Well said.

Is wrong : An argumentative response to is right.

J

Jam butty : Police car.

Jarg : counterfit, fake, poor quality.

Jerk in bed: Birkenhead; a town on the wrong side of the River Mersey.

Jigger : 1. A girocheque. 2. A back alleyway.

Job : Undefinable in Scouse.

Joeys : Tea leaves floating in yer cup of tea.

K

Kidder : See la'.

King Kenny, de' : Kenny Dalglish. Liverpool FC's greatest ever player.

Knock off : Stolen goods.

Knowsley : Officially not Scouseland.

Kopite : Traditional working class LFC fan. Now just as likey to be a wool or a Norwegian, alas.

L

Lane, 'de : Lark Lane, Liverpools boho area. South end.

La' : Lad.

Lid : See la'.

Lob skause : See scouse.

M

Made up : Very happy about something.

Manc : A lowly cotton mill worker.

Meff : A smelly, badly dressed person.

Momo Sissoko : Cocaine.

More Dough Than Eavis : See Scouse As Ye Like.

Mud Man : A person from the Garston district of the city. South ender.

N

N' dat : Something else.

Nasty, de' : Heroin.

North End, de' : North end of the city eg. Noggsy, Crocky, de' Brook, Walton.

Noggsy : Norris Green district of the city. North end.

No need : An exclamation of disaproval.

O

On one : To act in a reckless manner.

On top te fuck : A bad situation.

On you : Staking a claim for next go on a spliff.

Orange Birds : see Scouse As Ye Like.

Ozzy, de' : Hospital.

P

Paddy's Wigwam : The Catholic Cathedral.

Parlie : Upper Parliament St. South end. Scene of 1980's rioting.

Plazee Scouser : A wool who adopts a Scouse accent and mannerisms in attempt to appear cool.

Posh twat : Someone from certain areas of the south end or from down south.

Probe : Legendary Liverpool record label and record store.

Professional Scouser : eg. Jimmy Tarbuck, Cilla Black, Stan Boardman.

Q

R

Rocket, de' : Beginning and end of the M62 motorway.

royal'ozzy, de' : The Royal Hospital.

S

Sack it la' : Stop that. Don't do it.

Sayers pastie : Scousers lunch.

Scally : Architypal Liverpool youth.

Scouseaccino : A frothy, creamy drink much loved by posh southern females.

Scouse : A stew originating from Scandanavian sailors.

Scouse As Ye Like : Jimmy Tarbuck style professional scouser cabaret act.

Scouser : One of the chosen few.

Scousers dozen : 15 of anything.

Scratch : Signing on the dole.

Sittin' tree, de' : Famous tree in Sevvy Park.

Sevvy Park : Sefton Park in the South End.

Shanks : The legendary Bill Shankly.

Shrek : Wayne Rooney 'once a blue always a manc'. Ultimate traitor and Granny fucker.

Skaegol : Heroin addict.

Slapperazi : A contingent of orange women, see Scouse as ye like ,who hang around famous men in the hope of getting a shag.

Slotted a boss hatrick : Scored 3 goals.

Soft Lad : Friendly name for a fool.

Sou-ey : Southport, an affluent and small former resort town north of the city. Famous for being robbed blind during English Bank Holidays.

South End, de' : South end of the city eg. Aigy, Speke, Garston see Mud Man, Allerton.

Southport back in Lancashire : A movement set up by posh wools in Sou-ey who believe that they are too good to be classed as living in the same county as Liverpool. Although many are happy to work there.

Sozz : Sorry.

Speke : Airport now re-branded as John Lennon International. Also district. South end.

Swan, de' : Old Swan district. North end.

Swerve on it : Not bother with it.

T

Ta' : Thank you.

Tellin' ye' : Emphasising agreement.

Texan : A beaut with a high opinion of him/herself.

Tocky : Toxteth district of the city. South end.

Trabs : Sports shoes.

U

Utty : Utting Avenue, north end.

V

W

Wabs : Ganja.

Whopper : An idiot.

Woodison Park : Home of Everton FC. See Blueshite.

Woolyback / Wool : A person from Runcorn, Wirral, Wigan, Warrington, Southport etc.

X

Y

Ye ma : Your mother.

Ye wha? : Pardon.

Yez/Youz : You (plural).

You'll never walk alone : LFC anthem. Show tune popularised by Gerry and his ferry.

Z

Z Cars, theme from : Former TV cop show theme tune that Everton FC run out to at Woodison.

Great dictionary Helen. :)

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Great dictionary Helen. :)

What about "Tarrah Whack"?

I thought that was a stock scouser parting expression.

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French, Australian, Dutch & Afrikaans.... Yes Afrikaans and Dutch. I'm weird, I know. Gotta love that old Essexboy accent too.

Okay that is weird. My accent is mostly British with a bit of South African and Australian mixed in. :) Nomadic parents, what can I say!

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What about "Tarrah Whack"?

I thought that was a stock scouser parting expression.

Actually Scousers do not usually use the term "Whack".

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There are different scouse accents though aren't there ? There is a big difference between north south and east Liverpool. Some are fine but there is that drawling thick accent usually spoken by blonde bimbo types.Its that one that people seem to hate.

I like the singing along type scouse where they seem to be trying to break into song. Think Steven Gerrard. The older peeps in Liverpool have the best accents Not as acchhhhh and iccchhhhh or kckckckckck. Think Roger McGough lol.

Good excuse to print the scouse dictionary again lol

Tara la

,

Adidas forgot to start : Jarg footwear with 2 stripes.

Adidas forgot to stop : Jarg footwear with 4 or more stripes.

Aigy : Aigburth, pronounced 'eggy'. South end.

Anfield : Holy ground. Also district of the city. North end.

'ang on a mo' : 1.The last Scouse red indian. 2.please wait a momment.

Arl arse : Cruel.

ar 'ey : Oh no!

'ad off : Someone elses poor fortune.

Auld bag : Old woman. pron; Owld bag.

'ave off : A spot of improvised good fortune.

Az if : I don't belive that.

B

Beaut : An idiot.

Better beaut : An extreme idiot.

Bevvy : Beer.

Bevied up : Drunk.

Bifter : A cigarette or joint.

Bizzies, 'de : The Police.

Blag : Lie.

Blaggin' me 'ead : Lying to me.

Blert : A lightweight. Usually from down south.

Blind scouse : Vegetarian version of the scouse national dish.

Blueshite 'de : Refering to Everton FC (aka the north Wales national team) and its followers.

Bombed out church, de' : St. Lukes.

Boss : Very good.

Brook, 'de : Tuebrook district. North end.

Bubbles, 'de : Row of bus stops in the city centre.

Butty : Sandwich.

C

Clobber : Clothes.

Cocky, de' : Night watchman.

Come 'ead : Lets go. Lets do it.

Crocky : Croxteth district. North end.

D

Dat London : Englands capital city.

de' : The.

Deffo : Definately.

Divvy : A stupid person.

Down South : Where all the poofs live. eg dat London.

Do one : Go away.

Drunken Scum : Legendary Liverpool improv. punk band featuring Fast n skinny, Scouse as ye like, Tits O'D. and Ezzy (r.i.p.).

E

Echo, 'de : Liverpools evening newspaper that is written and staffed by wools.

Everton FC : The city's most famous amateur footy team. Woodison.

F

Fabs, de' : The Beatles.

Fat Wap : An overweight person.

G

Gary Ablett's : Ecstacy tablets. Named after the current LFC reserve team coach and former LFC player.

Geggin' in : To join in on something when you aren't invited.

Gerry an' his ferry : Gerry Marsden. 1960's merseybeat.

Giz : Give.

H

I

Is right : I agree. Good idea. Well said.

Is wrong : An argumentative response to is right.

J

Jam butty : Police car.

Jarg : counterfit, fake, poor quality.

Jerk in bed: Birkenhead; a town on the wrong side of the River Mersey.

Jigger : 1. A girocheque. 2. A back alleyway.

Job : Undefinable in Scouse.

Joeys : Tea leaves floating in yer cup of tea.

K

Kidder : See la'.

King Kenny, de' : Kenny Dalglish. Liverpool FC's greatest ever player.

Knock off : Stolen goods.

Knowsley : Officially not Scouseland.

Kopite : Traditional working class LFC fan. Now just as likey to be a wool or a Norwegian, alas.

L

Lane, 'de : Lark Lane, Liverpools boho area. South end.

La' : Lad.

Lid : See la'.

Lob skause : See scouse.

M

Made up : Very happy about something.

Manc : A lowly cotton mill worker.

Meff : A smelly, badly dressed person.

Momo Sissoko : Cocaine.

More Dough Than Eavis : See Scouse As Ye Like.

Mud Man : A person from the Garston district of the city. South ender.

N

N' dat : Something else.

Nasty, de' : Heroin.

North End, de' : North end of the city eg. Noggsy, Crocky, de' Brook, Walton.

Noggsy : Norris Green district of the city. North end.

No need : An exclamation of disaproval.

O

On one : To act in a reckless manner.

On top te fuck : A bad situation.

On you : Staking a claim for next go on a spliff.

Orange Birds : see Scouse As Ye Like.

Ozzy, de' : Hospital.

P

Paddy's Wigwam : The Catholic Cathedral.

Parlie : Upper Parliament St. South end. Scene of 1980's rioting.

Plazee Scouser : A wool who adopts a Scouse accent and mannerisms in attempt to appear cool.

Posh twat : Someone from certain areas of the south end or from down south.

Probe : Legendary Liverpool record label and record store.

Professional Scouser : eg. Jimmy Tarbuck, Cilla Black, Stan Boardman.

Q

R

Rocket, de' : Beginning and end of the M62 motorway.

royal'ozzy, de' : The Royal Hospital.

S

Sack it la' : Stop that. Don't do it.

Sayers pastie : Scousers lunch.

Scally : Architypal Liverpool youth.

Scouseaccino : A frothy, creamy drink much loved by posh southern females.

Scouse : A stew originating from Scandanavian sailors.

Scouse As Ye Like : Jimmy Tarbuck style professional scouser cabaret act.

Scouser : One of the chosen few.

Scousers dozen : 15 of anything.

Scratch : Signing on the dole.

Sittin' tree, de' : Famous tree in Sevvy Park.

Sevvy Park : Sefton Park in the South End.

Shanks : The legendary Bill Shankly.

Shrek : Wayne Rooney 'once a blue always a manc'. Ultimate traitor and Granny fucker.

Skaegol : Heroin addict.

Slapperazi : A contingent of orange women, see Scouse as ye like ,who hang around famous men in the hope of getting a shag.

Slotted a boss hatrick : Scored 3 goals.

Soft Lad : Friendly name for a fool.

Sou-ey : Southport, an affluent and small former resort town north of the city. Famous for being robbed blind during English Bank Holidays.

South End, de' : South end of the city eg. Aigy, Speke, Garston see Mud Man, Allerton.

Southport back in Lancashire : A movement set up by posh wools in Sou-ey who believe that they are too good to be classed as living in the same county as Liverpool. Although many are happy to work there.

Sozz : Sorry.

Speke : Airport now re-branded as John Lennon International. Also district. South end.

Swan, de' : Old Swan district. North end.

Swerve on it : Not bother with it.

T

Ta' : Thank you.

Tellin' ye' : Emphasising agreement.

Texan : A beaut with a high opinion of him/herself.

Tocky : Toxteth district of the city. South end.

Trabs : Sports shoes.

U

Utty : Utting Avenue, north end.

V

W

Wabs : Ganja.

Whopper : An idiot.

Woodison Park : Home of Everton FC. See Blueshite.

Woolyback / Wool : A person from Runcorn, Wirral, Wigan, Warrington, Southport etc.

X

Y

Ye ma : Your mother.

Ye wha? : Pardon.

Yez/Youz : You (plural).

You'll never walk alone : LFC anthem. Show tune popularised by Gerry and his ferry.

Z

Z Cars, theme from : Former TV cop show theme tune that Everton FC run out to at Woodison.

Thanks Helen - gave me a few laughs! I love ozzy, de: the hospital.

It is no wonder people can't understand Scousers! "Cum ed soft lad we are goin to de ozzy" lol!

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Actually Scousers do not usually use the term "Whack".

Except in part when referring to the name Peter (aright Peewack) or sort of pea and ham/rib soup known as 'Peew(h)ack. but as you say Amber, never on its own.

Have you ever heard anyone except Cilla Black ( professional scouser lol) ever call anyone chuck in Liverpool?

Its a smashing place and although I wasn't born there myself it is my favorite City in England. Great for a night out or shopping.

Recipe here

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I enjoy most British regional accents, although I must admit I'm not wild about really strong Scouse of Glswegian. Strangely (or perhaps not!) I find a strong Northern Irish accent really grates in a man yet I find it quite sexy in some of the women who are prominent on TV these days. As far foreign accents, I really don't like the Afrikaaner, or southern USA.

My favourite regional accents are probably Geordie, Edinburgh and southern Irish. A nice Bristol or Devon burr can be quite sexy too.

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As a mentioned on another thread recently, a northern accent has become almost a fetish for me... preferably from the West of the Pennines.

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