Slang - Aussie
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"That's abso-bloody-lutely right mate!"
(afl) "Melbournians love their Aerial Ping-Pong". Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria.
"The Ankle biters are driving me nuts!"
"He'll be here any tick of the clock"
"Iâ€™ll catch ya in the Arvo"
'Goog' being short for the diminutive 'googy-egg'. Can also mean to be full after a very big meal.
"Heâ€™s at the back of Bourke somewhere". Bourke is in the far north west of New South Wales.
Queensland being well-known for it's banana industry, the locals supposedly put the bends in the fruit before it goes to market.
"Going to Matt's house for a barbie"
"Me and the Missus had a barney"
â€œ Sheâ€™s a bit of a battlerâ€
"Bewdie Mate!" A term derived from "beauty" which infers an exclamation for "perfect!"
"Oh bite ya bum Vanessa!"
â€œ Ah you let the blowie inâ€
As in a "blow in" from outside.
"Sueâ€™s a Bonzer Sheila"
Racing bathers that can sometimes be a little on the revealing side.
"Going bush for the weekend"
â€œThereâ€™s a party on at my house BYO grog!â€
"The carbie is gonna need replacing"
"Sheâ€™s just about ready to cark it"
"That was a great feed. I'm chockers!"
"Letâ€™s get some chook for dinner" or "Better go feed the chooks"
"Go on! ... Chuck a spaz!"
"Chuck-a U-ey here Danny"
"That makes me want to chuck up!"
"Don't chunder there ..... ewwww!"
"Clapped out piece of crap!"
"I'm feeling bit crook!" "She went crook at me because I was late home" "That backyard mechanic did a pretty crook job on my car!"
So called not because they are all getting around in a perpetual state of humiliation but rather a remembrance of pioneer days when there was a scarcity of food, especially meat.
"He's a bit of a dag but he's a good bloke."
"Pull ya daks up!" However, Trakkie-Daks are a pair of Track-suit pants/trousers
"Dead Set mate! Would I lie to you?"
"He's a dimkum bloke" Also used as an adverb "Fair dinkum, I saw it with my own eyes."
"I was dirty on Brett the other day"
"Iâ€™m gonna dob ya in to Social Security"
"That food looks a little dodgy!"
"I'm going to the shop to get a choke and a dog's eye anyone want one?"
â€œ Donâ€™t act like a drongo!â€
"Damn I'm busting to go to the dunny"
"Mum gave me an earbashing last nightâ€¦ugh"
"Come on, put some elbow grease into it!"
Thought to be a contraction and extreme mangling of the term 'French Letter'.
"Get nicked will ya mate!" Also - to get caught in the act. "You're nicked."
Can also be used to describe an event - "The party went off like a frog in a sock."
"Grouse! Our team won the fooy!" Mostly heard in Melbourne, Victoria.
A driver who engages in dangerous manoeuvres such as skids, fishtails, burnouts and speeding.
â€œ Itâ€™s Hooroo from the Guruâ€â€¦.A saying Molly Meldrum used to say
"What's on the idiot box tonight?"
Can also mean eccentric or of unsound mind.
"C'mon Ned you Piker, give it a go!"
"Got smashed on that plonk last night!"
"Save us a pozzie will you hun"
"The boss pulled the pin on that idea"
"Time for us to rack off home." "Rack off and leave me alone!"
â€œ Got the rellies coming over this weekendâ€
The pub was pretty full by the time we rocked up."
Named after a little burrowing insect found in the large tracts of sandy ground common in the state.
â€œNo probs, Sheâ€™ll be apples!â€
"Itâ€™s your shout Phil!"
â€œ I chucked a sickie todayâ€
"Let me take a squiz at it and see if I can help"
"Stone the flamin' crows!"
"Strewth, you're kiddin' me?!"
"Well, I really stuffed up on facts!"
Also a small, aluminium dinghy or runabout.
â€œDon't get Aggro Mateâ€
Bush Tucker is any food that is native to Australia.
In the middle of nowhere.
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