Definition funny of Liverpool:

urbanLiverpool, the 5th largest populated district in England. The city sits at the mouth of the Mersey estuary and is currently enjoying a resurgence in fortunes. Now for all those fools who have criticised Liverpool and her people in these definitions, I think its time to address some grievances. I know many of you'll not like what I have to say, but that’s tough S**T. So without any more chatter lets begin... Accusation: Scousers are all thieves! Response: Liverpool has a lower crime rate then nearly all the major cities in Britain. Even taking population in to account, some notable cities which have higher crime rates include Manchester and London. Accusation: Liverpool has no culture! Response : The city of Liverpool has more listed buildings than anywhere in the Britain, with the exception of Westminster. This is due to the fact that Liverpool had the worlds largest port from the 19th century up until the 20th. This meant Liverpool was alive with travellers from around the world, all bridging their culture with them. Indeed Liverpool has the oldest Chinese community in Europe, dating back 800 years. Not only this but the area surrounding the famous Liver buildings is a unesco world heritage site. We have numerous art galleries, two amazing cathedrals, not to mention a great musical heritage. Many Scousers are also blessed with the ability to formulate a coherent argument explaining why idiots who insult our city are the quintessence of stupidity. Did I mention we have three universities, The university of Liverpool being responsible for coining the term red brick. Accusation: Liverpool is a shithole! Response: Ever since the second world war, when Liverpool was the second most bombed city outside of London (somebody thought we were important), the city had never recovered. Despite being the centre for Atlantic command and the most important port in the Empire, once the war was over we were left to get on with it. The damage to the city was immense and the city did not receive the investment it needed to recover. When coupled with the decline in shipping, the result was many people out of work living in poverty. During a time when you needed money to get ahead, education was not a top priority and standards fell. As time went by, and due to the ignorance of others, little investment made its way into the city and stereotypes began to form. The city went in to serious economic decline. However there is now renewed optimism and ever increasing investment in to the city, e.g. the £1 billion pound grovesner Paradise project. The city is not a shit hole, but its not perfect, nowhere is. But I would rather live here than London(filled with many rude people). Conclusion: Liverpool does have problems, it does have scum, thieves, and idiots but a lot less than some places I can think of. I am not going to criticise other cities because everywhere has its charms. The fact is that Liverpool people are very friendly, we put up with so much criticism that you learn to smile through it. Most Scousers don't hate Manchester by the way, just the idiots that criticise us. We are not racist, but Liverpool FC IS the most successful football club of all time. LOOK IT UP.

urbanHaec otia studia fovent - Liverpool University Motto

urbanA highly underated city in England. Rivals with Manchester, the Scousers and Manks naturally hate eachother.

urban"Manks are gay", anonymous. "Liverpool is full of homeless people", stupid mank.

urbanCity in merseyside, north west of england. Great city, lots of things to do. Great nightlife.

urban'liverpool is great'

urbanplace full of the nicest people you'l meet in a city


Songs about Liverpool:

songsThe Leaving Of Liverpool by Gaelic Storm from the Album Special Reserve

songsGoing Down To Liverpool (Album Version) by The Bangles from the Album All Over The Place

songsManchester Et Liverpool by Marie Laforêt from the Album Cd Story

songsIn Liverpool by Suzanne Vega from the Album 99.9 F

songsGoing Down To Liverpool by The Bangles from the Album Playlist: The Very Best Of Bangles

songsLeaving of Liverpool [Explicit] by The High Kings from the Album Memory Lane (Amazon Exclusive Version)

songsLong Haired Lover From Liverpool by The Osmonds from the Album Live In Las Vegas


Books about Liverpool:

booksLiverpool Quiz Book by Chris Carpenter (Sep 28, 2014)

booksLiverpool in the 1980s by Dave Sinclair (Oct 19, 2014)

booksLiverpool ... Texas? London ... Arkansas? A short story by Jon Breakfield (Mar 11, 2013)

booksLiverpool & Manchester Travel Guide: Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay by Christopher Reed (Jul 17, 2014)

booksSlavery, Abolitionism and Empire in India, 1772-1843 (Liverpool Studies in International Slavery Lup) by Andrea Major (Nov 1, 2014)

booksLiverpool Annie by Maureen Lee (Jul 1, 1999)

booksThe Liverpool Masonic Rebellion and the Wigan Grand Lodge by David Harrison (Oct 1, 2012)


Movies about Liverpool:

moviesPaul McCartney - Liverpool Legend: Unauthorized Documentary 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 32 mins Directed by: Unavailable

moviesBeing: Liverpool Season 1 [HD] 2012 TV-14 CC -

moviesDestination Liverpool 2011 G CC - Runtime: 26 mins Directed by: BRB - International

moviesLiverpool 2013 TV-PG - Runtime: 1 hr 22 mins Starring: Juan Fernandez Directed by: Lisandro Alonso

moviesBeing: Liverpool 2012 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 23 mins Starring: Clive Owen

moviesLiverpool Football Club 2005 PG - Runtime: 4 hrs Starring: UEFA Champions League, et al. Directed by: Granada

moviesBeatles: From Liverpool to San Francisco 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins


Wiki information Liverpool:

Liverpool F.C.
Football team, Sports Team, Award Nominee, Organization, Freebase interest group, Sports League Award Winner, Award Winner, Professional Sports Team, Employer

Liverpool Football Club is a Premier League football club based in Liverpool. Liverpool F.C. is one of the most successful clubs in England and has won more European trophies than any other English team with five European Cups, three UEFA Cups and...

English metropolitan borough, Dated location, Capital of administrative division, Name source, Literature Subject, Governmental Jurisdiction, Travel destination, Statistical region, Railway terminus, Filming location

Liverpool is a city in Merseyside, England, on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. A borough from 1207 and a city from 1880, in 2011 it had a population of 466,415. The city was historically part of Lancashire. Its urbanisation and expansion were...