Randy Scouse Git - Origin

Origin

The phrase "Randy Scouse Git" came from the 1960s British BBC-TV sit-com Till Death Us Do Part, in which the loudmouthed main character Alf Garnett, played by Cockney actor Warren Mitchell, regularly insulted his Liverpudlian ("Scouse") son-in-law, played by Tony Booth. The show was adapted for airing in America under the title All in the Family.

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