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Scousers - can they sink any lower?

How’s life having to live in a City you despise going for you ^~

Never mind, at least you can come on here and bond with half a dozen people you have never met and moan about it :)

Ahhh “internet friends”
As have said before, we get paid more for having to live there. The locals just don't want to work.
 
Don't be such a silly.

That money is for cigs and cheap booze, and big TVs and mobile phones, and, and and....

Nobody said that as a parent, your single most important job is ensuring your kids are fed and safe - that's somebody else's job.
scratch cards, and food for the dogs, and knock off designer shell-suits and McD's/KFC/Burger King.

But seriously, there are waster parents like that all over the UK.
 
scratch cards, and food for the dogs, and knock off designer shell-suits and McD's/KFC/Burger King.

But seriously, there are waster parents like that all over the UK.
Of course, I was just commenting - nothing about Liverpool - there are plenty of wasters near where I live!
 

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The playful scamps of Liverpool must be looking at Manchester at the moment and wondering how their status as the nations victims has been hijacked.
 
The playful scamps of Liverpool must be looking at Manchester at the moment and wondering how their status as the nations victims has been hijacked.

Andy Burnham is a scouser, so its not a shock his tactics are playing the victim.
 
As have said before, we get paid more for having to live there. The locals just don't want to work.

You keep telling yourself that as you taste your salty bitter tears on your pillow each nite ^~
 

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Andy Burnham is a scouser, so its not a shock his tactics are playing the victim.
He left and got a job. He’s hardly a good example is he?
 
He left and got a job. He’s hardly a good example is he?
Yes but its a well paid political job so that is acceptable to socialist scousers, as he is likely to trouser a fortune in expenses at the cost of the taxpayer.
Its not a real job and it uphold the traditions of Liverpool.
 
No one will ever be as low as some shitty arsed Tory MP voting against feeding kids. The shower of cnuts
I read an autobiographical book last year about a lad who joined the Royal Marines called "Going Commando" by Mark Time (yes I know that is a pen name). What struck a chord with me was that he was born the same time as me, so that when I was being highly immature after O-Levels, he was going through Lymphstone.

We both grew up on council estates, yet although I was aware of poverty, I never went without food, to the extent that I never really appreciated it. However, the author relates that breakfast and evening meal was a cup of coffee, on the basis that he got free school meals, so why should his family have to feed him.

The issue is never black and white.
 
Unfortunately, non-scousers (ie humans) like myself have the misfortune to reside in murkeyside. I am needing to leave this conubation around the Remembrance weekend so can pay my respects.

If it were not for the lockdown you would be going in the wrong direction - Liverpool remembrance parade is usually the second largest in terms of attendance of those watching - I was in the parade for the last two years and it was a pretty good one.

The old guys get the biggest applause of course.

I recognise that this is not perpetuating some myths, and I (despite being a scouser) have my hatred for many aspects of the city - but 11/11 is very well observed.


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If it were not for the lockdown you would be going in the wrong direction - Liverpool remembrance parade is usually the second largest in terms of attendance of those watching - I was in the parade for the last two years and it was a pretty good one.

The old guys get the biggest applause of course.

I recognise that this is not perpetuating some myths, and I (despite being a scouser) have my hatred for many aspects of the city - but 11/11 is very well observed.


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The crowd is probably 95% pickpockets.
 
The crowd is probably 95% pickpockets.

That raises a quest for Tier 3 lockdown in Liverpool, are thieves, burglars and pickpockets exempt from the Covid restrictions as they need to travel for work, as they obviously can't work from home
 

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