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PostSubject: Auzzie Slang Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:50 am

Here is some slang I found on the net, Do these sound weird to you? If so, why?


Av-a-go-yer-mug
   Meaning: someone is not trying hard enough and you want them to.
   Example: Av-a-go-yer-mug. It really easy to do.

Away with the pixies
   Meaning: dreaming.
   Example: She's not listening. She's in love and away with the pixies.

Bag of fruit
   Meaning: man's suit. It's an example of Aussie rhyming slang.
   Example: He went to the meeting in his new bag of fruit.

Belt up!
   Meaning: you are asked stop talking, be quite, in a angry way.
   Example: Oh! Belt up. You're getting me mad.

Bloody oath
   Meaning: that's the truth
   Example: Bloody oath it is.

Bob's yer uncle
   Meaning: if you do this (whatever is said first) it will work or be all right.
   Example: Just add some extra water and Bob's yer uncle.

Bonzer mate!
   Meaning: that's great friend.
   Example: That's bonzer mate. I'm happy for you.

Chuck a U-e
   Meaning: make a U-turn.
   Example: Chuck a U-e mate, the pubs the other way.

Crack a tinnie
   Meaning: open a can of cold beer
   Example: Come over to my place and we'll crack a tinnie.

Dinky-di
   Meaning: true, genuine.
   Example: Jack is a dinky-di Aussie all right..

Doing your block
   Meaning: you are getting very angry, losing your head.
   Example: Peter is out doing his block 'cause his wife pranged the car.

Don't get your knickers in a knot
   Meaning: Don't upset yourself.
   Example: Don't get your knickers in a knot. She'll be right, mate.

Fair crack of the whip!
   Meaning: give me a fair go.
   Example: Fair crack of the whip! I only just started.

Fair dinkum
   Meaning: someone really genuine.
   Example: Peter is fair dinkum. You can trust him.

Fair-go mate!
   Meaning: what you say when someone is not letting you do or say something.
   Example: Fair go mate. I know I can do it.

Fair suck of the sav
   Meaning: statement you make when someone is not letting you do or say something.
   Example: Fair suck of the sav, mate. How about shutting up and listening.

Fifty k's south of Woop Woop
   Meaning: in the middle of nowhere
   Example: He wants to go camping 50 k's south of Woop Woop.
        (You can use any number for the distance.)

Flat chat or flat out
   Meaning: going very fast what ever they're doing.
   Example: He is going flat chat and he'll be finished in half the time.

Full as a goog
   Meaning: drunk or eaten to the excess.
   Example: That was a great meal. I am full as a goog.

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PostSubject: Re: Auzzie Slang Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:07 am

Some of those I have heard of, however, a majority of those sound like absolute giberish to me. Razz My favorite would have to be:

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Fifty k's south of Woop Woop
Meaning: in the middle of nowhere
Example: He wants to go camping 50 k's south of Woop Woop.
(You can use any number for the distance.)

My Mum always says that. xD

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PostSubject: Re: Auzzie Slang Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:08 am

lol cool!

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