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    Post the stereotype of the area of the person above you if you know it, eg; essex... lol.
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    Dont recall there being any cheshire stereotypes...
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    catty?
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    I'm from Newcastle, work it out :rolleyes:
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    geordies- a tribe of paraphalegic drunks who manage to wear very little in the cold winter months. Havent worked since closures of the mines back in the 1980's, and who managed to inflict the worst television duo onto our screens in the form of ant and dec. Often compared to small brightly coloured fish, due to existance in a "goldfish bowl" and fact that they too can't remember who they last beat up on account of the booze. Newcastle Brown Ale is popular choice, although there are others.

    how close was i?
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    Brash.
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    Mine should be obvious
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    ^Thick scally.Blonde.Wears a velour tracksuit,if female.If male,any tracksuit,tucked into socks with bright white trainers.
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    (Original post by cherrychocolate)
    ^Thick scally.Blonde.Wears a velour tracksuit,if female.If male,any tracksuit,tucked into socks with bright white trainers.
    You missed out the Barroom Brawls after a Liverpool vs Everton match love:rolleyes:
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    You missed out the Barroom Brawls after a Liverpool vs Everton match love:rolleyes:
    Oh bother yes,the brawling!Ooh and 'don't put your finest china/silver out if a Liverpudlian is coming over for lunch,they'll make off with it!'

    What do you call a Liverpudlian in a suit?The accused.:p:

    Lmao,sorry.I'll stop.
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    (Original post by cherrychocolate)
    Oh bother yes,the brawling!Ooh and 'don't put your finest china/silver out if a Liverpudlian is coming over for lunch,they'll make off with it!'

    What do you call a Liverpudlian in a suit?The accused.:p:

    Lmao,sorry.I'll stop.
    Don't worry, we take the piss out of ourselfs half the time cos we know its true.

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    Liverpool; chavvy broad accent , football hoolinganism. Town with most culture in Britain though, thats a fact apparently. & there are a ton of cheshire stereotypes.
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    (Original post by Bluelight)
    & there are a ton of cheshire stereotypes.
    Such as? Do enlighten us.
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    geordies- a tribe of paraphalegic drunks who manage to wear very little in the cold winter months. Havent worked since closures of the mines back in the 1980's, and who managed to inflict the worst television duo onto our screens in the form of ant and dec. Often compared to small brightly coloured fish, due to existance in a "goldfish bowl" and fact that they too can't remember who they last beat up on account of the booze. Newcastle Brown Ale is popular choice, although there are others.

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    (Original post by sr4470)
    Such as? Do enlighten us.
    The Cheshire set. Mum's driving their kids round in 4x4's. An ambundance of real footballers wives in prestbury. Chester is In cheshire so its a bit Hollyoaks(ish)
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    (Original post by Bluelight)
    The Cheshire set. Mum's driving their kids round in 4x4's. An anbundance of real footballers wives in prestbury. Chester is In cheshire so its a bit Holloaksish
    Hmm...not as bad as the ones detailed above though :p:
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    True, but everyone has listed inner city london and bloody moss side so far :P jk jk. What i want to know is , what some stereotypes for the midlands since its all north and south
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    First would probably be that birmingham is actually in the north...:p:
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    :confused: does wallasey have a stereotype?
 
 
 
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