22 Things You'll Remember If You Grew Up Scouse
Watch out for Aki lurking in them bushes.
You thought Southport was dead posh.
Walking past Sayers and not nipping in for a sausage roll was practically impossible.
In school, not being a "proper Scouser" meant teasing you was fair game.
You've heard every Scouse impression in the book.
You're either Red or Blue. There was no third option.
But footballing rivalries are pushed aside where Hillsborough is concerned.
Everyone, at some point, went on a day out to Knowsley Safari Park.
Driving to Blackpool to "see the lights" was an annual tradition.
As a teenager, you'd always have to leg it to get the last train home before midnight.
Ending a night at the Krazyhouse was non-negotiable.
Lambananas are a part of Liverpool, whether you like it or not.
Snow days were practically an urban myth.
You'll never understand why Merseyrail don't provide loos on trains.
A week caravanning in Wales constituted your ~big summer getaway~.
Your parents have said "It's like Blackpool illuminations in 'ere'" at least once.
We've all lost a shoe on the sticky floor of The Blue Angel.
You'd be disowned by your parents if you slagged off The Beatles.
Mancs will always be your enemy.
Out of blind loyalty you watched Brookside.
You'll never forget the unmistakable smell of the Dock Road.
And, at the end of a long day, nothing will make you feel better than a barm.
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