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"
"I’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.
"He’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"
“ She’s a bit of a battler”
"Bewdie Mate!" A term derived from "beauty" which infers an exclamation for "perfect!"
"Oh bite ya bum Vanessa!"
“ Ah you let the blowie in”
As in a "blow in" from outside.
Racing bathers that can sometimes be a little on the revealing side.
"Going bush for the weekend"
“There’s a party on at my house BYO grog!”
"The carbie is gonna need replacing"
"She’s just about ready to cark it"
"That was a great feed. I'm chockers!"
"Let’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"
"I’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?"
“ Don’t act like a drongo!”
"Damn I'm busting to go to the dunny"
"Mum gave me an earbashing last night…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.
“ It’s Hooroo from the Guru”….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!"
“ Got the rellies coming over this weekend”
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.
“No probs, She’ll be apples!”
“ I chucked a sickie today”
"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.
Bush Tucker is any food that is native to Australia.
In the middle of nowhere.
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