Vinsanity ● n. a deranged state of mind usually occurring when the love of wine drives you crazy…so call me a cab.
Surely, to go with Scouse, it would be any wine that was stolen?(Ooops! Sorry! Feeble attempt at stereotypical satirical wit........)
OK, Someone must tell me what goes into a good Scouse, and how--or should that be why?
Affer...some of us are sterotypes although I am absent a curly perm.
what does go into Scouse? Is it local to Liverpool? or can you find it elsewhere in England? Are you going to the Grapes? so many questions! I am so envious!
Affer: You're just jealous: being Scousers didn't seem to hurt The Beatles any :)Thomas: It's basically Irish stew. Meat (in this case sirloin and mince - was traditionally mutton), carrots, onions, potatoes, Oxo cubes, salt & pepper. Ta ra!...you have yourself a pan of Scouse. It's the reason Liverpudlians are called Scousers, because you know we eat it all the time (see Affer's stereotype above).Thud: Thank goodness you let that grow out Kidda.2B: Scouse, see above.The Grapes, not enough time, still on baby watch...
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