Aussie-isms - page 4

Ok, I'll start a thread too! :cool: In an effort to help our non -Aussies understand our lingo, I'll start a thread on our slang words and / or words that are parculiar, common, here in Aust. So... Read More

  1. Visit  sandgroper profile page
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    Found this today

    An Aussie Love Poem

    Of course i love ya darling
    Your a bloody top notch bird
    And when i say your gorgeous
    I mean every single word

    So ya bum is on the big side
    I don't mind a bit of flab
    It means that when i'm ready
    There's somethin there to grab

    So your belly isn't flat no more
    I tell ya, i don't care
    So long as when i cuddle ya
    I can get my arms round there

    No sheila who is your age
    Has nice round perky breasts
    They just gave into gravity
    But i know ya did ya best

    I'm tellin ya the truth now
    I never tell ya lies
    I think it's very sexy
    That you've got dimples on ya thighs

    I swear on me nanna's grave now
    The moment that we met
    I thought u was as good as i
    Was ever gonna get

    No matter wot u look like
    I'll alway's love ya dear
    Now shut up while the footy's on
    And get me another beer
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  2. Visit  donmurray profile page
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    Aaaaah! Doesn't that warm the cockles of your heart!
  3. Visit  kavi profile page
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    This is fun. I've always loved things Aussie and hope to visit someday. But Grace OZ is 'bugger me' really something people say? It must mean the same thing there as it does here........

    If you come here and say it and people take it literally, you'll want to keep your back to the wall.:roll :chuckle
  4. Visit  OzNurse69 profile page
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    Actually, it doesn't quite mean the same thing.....not in the general context of "bugger me" or "oh bugger it", anyway.....and yes, we really do say it!!
  5. Visit  MHN profile page
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    Kavi "bugger Me" definately doesent refer to acts which some would label as indecent or illegal. MHN
  6. Visit  Tookie profile page
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    Sandgroper - loved the poem - I'm sure that my husband wrote that one!!!!
  7. Visit  sehbear profile page
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    RE: BUGGER
    Yes we do use it in real life...
    I use it all the time, one single word can mean so many things....
    Try...bugger!

    Sehbear
  8. Visit  Aussienurse2 profile page
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    Toads- Queenslanders
    Cockroaches- New South Welshmen
    Apple munchers- Tasmanians
    Sandgropers- West Aussies
    Don't know what the others are
  9. Visit  sandgroper profile page
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    South Aussies- croweaters
  10. Visit  OzNurse69 profile page
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    Mexicans - Victorians (if you are from New South Wales)

    - New South Welshmen & Victorians (if you are from Queensland)
  11. Visit  frannybee profile page
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    Sandgroper, I've gone all homesick and teary-eyed now!
  12. Visit  Tookie profile page
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    Franny bee - know where you r at - friends of mine when l was away for the 3 and half years sent my gum leaves
  13. Visit  Aime profile page
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    Ha,ha,ha!! This post has had me in stiches. I have a friend in CA(California), and she can't get her head around "Bugger me", or "Bugger it". She truly doesn't believe we have "BUGGER" stickers on the back windows of our 'utes' (something akin to a pick-up truck). I told her I'd have to send her a sticker, but can't find one when I need it. Another one that gets my friend going is "Mossie"...meaning a mosquito, or a "Blowie" meaning a blowfly. Bludger is another one that springs to mind. It means someone who is not pulling their weight. I got dozens, but I'd better give someone else a "fair suck of the sauce bottle".:chuckle
    Last edit by Aime on Feb 4, '03
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