It seems that anyone and everyone who moves to Bristol, as a student or "because" thinks they are Bristolian. They aren't. To be a Bristolian you have to be born in Bristol. Otherwise you are a "Bristol resident". Totally different.
Another way of spotting a "Bristolian wannabe" is their use of the word "Brizzle" to show how 'local' they are. It's on t-shirts. Journalists, radio presenters (the dregs) and so on all use "Brizzle" to make themselves "Brizzle and proud".
If you knew anything about dialects -up until the City Council started moving people about in the late 1970s you could tell what area someone came from because of their accent and with older people you still can. But all would say "Bristle" because that is Bristolian.
Derek Robinson was known throughout the 1960s/1970s and 1980s as the author of A Load Of Old Bristle, Krek Waiters Peak Bristle and so on. Born and bred in Bristol and for all the joking about his work recorded real Bristolian.
According to The Post of 16th July 2013:
Learn about the city you live in. And, no, I do NOT live in "Brizzle".
Some history -part 1 and you do NOT have to read a thing.