While on a lunchbreak sojourn researching modern Japanese anthropology today, I found this photo on Gaijin Tonic. Apparently the picture is a group of Scouser-mocking Mancs at a match. As a Yank, I had to look up Scouser in the Urban Dictionary, where I found definition No.24 of 40 very helpful:

i hate the way wools go on about scousers it really annoys me. If half of the stupid greasy heded gelled haired scals actually got their facts right then they would realise that 70% of the crime rate is actually in manchester/ warrington areas an not in liverpool! so the next time a wool calls u a scal or ses “go an rob a car” tell them to f*** off an go an wash there greasy permed haired an to go an get it dyed agen cos the roots are down to their a**! Wools wear baggy jeans an footy shirts wich just dont go an big sketcher trainers with big chunky light up heals on the bottom also last years fashion coats with there hair gelled bak so it wont move out of place for two centurys an have light blue eyeshadow on with big hop earings an two dangly peaces of hair down the side of their face an not forgetting the famous “hoodies” wich luk an absoloute show an jus luk scruffy so all u wools can f** off hu skit scousers an am sure thereare sum wools hu are nice in fact i no there are wools hu r nice but scousers are nice too so dont f**ing forget it!!!nobs

wool: “haha say funky chicken haha hehe”
Scouser: er no go an wash ye hair ye scruff.


Hope that clears it up as much for my fellow U.S. readers as it did for me. As for you Scousers, Mancs and Wools: Knot bin shirty, no skit, jes havn a giraffe. ‘Sall tickety boo wit Bunk. (Where can I get “footy shirts wich just don’t go?” That description alone hooks me.)

Author: Bunk Strutts

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