Ha ha!! That's awesome. I had never heard any of those before except the blotto one. Sometimes for a game I use American slang on my Dutch friends just to see if they know the weirdness that is us.
Have a good weekend.S
Those are hilarious. I need to remember some of them to use them on people so I can leave them wondering what the heck I was saying. LOL
Funny introduction to Aussie slang !!!
Too funny. Maybe I should print that out next time I want to mess with someone. Actually, one of my neighbors is from down under, and it takes a LOT of listening to even figure out what she is saying...never mind trying to figure out the slang!
Thanks for the lesson, it was a little hard to read (even when I enlarged it) =) Have a wonderful weekend- try to fit in some relaxation in there somewhere!
I have incorporated "Go On" into my everyday work vocabulary.
I've been blotto all my life.
THose are really funny!
I love slang of all kinds, and I had heard some of these from the many great Australians I have met so far.Grat fun. :)
the Image of an australian, wow has that changed rapidly over 15 years. From Paul Hogan--> Rupert Murdoch. I find it very hard to identify with that image of the ausie bloke.
LOL! I'm gonna start using "Pull ya head in" at work ... a lot! (^_^)
I recognize 3 of the sayings...my dad used to say blotto about his drinking buddies that were under the table.
G'day matey Caz :)This post rocks just like all Aussies do. Good on ya!Keshi.
I love language barriers! We have an Austrian guy at work at the moment. And we told him we had a shitload of work to do. And he literally thought we were working with faeces.Have a good weekend!
I cant see myself ever saying 'pull ya head in' however i did say 'gonna hit the frog and toad' this week ;-)
Rock Off is a good one. I'm going to start using that one.
thanks for the smiles...i guess you can use the pic to teach your young'ins proper manners. enjoy your weekend...mine's jam packed as well!!!!
Shelley, thx for visiting, your game sounds like fun, you are a stirrer hey, well, the Dutch would like that, I know, I married one :)Farmwifetwo, you too hon.Jay, hehe, give it a go and let me know what people's reactions are?Parisian cowboy, why thankyou sir :)Susan, LOL, maybe it is also the fact that your neighbour speaks fast stoo? I was told all the time to slow down talking whenn in conversation with my Brazillian friends :)Cinderella, I know, I tried to find it elsewhere but could not. I will try to relax...that'll be on Monday (sighs)Beefcake, try telling people to Rack Off then, it is fun, LOL>JR, go on mate, I don't believe ya, LOL. Welcome :)Jenny, welcome and thanks :)Winters,you are so kind, I am glad you met some bonza Aussies :)Aidan, I know mate, these blokes are the ones I see from the country areas, not the city. When I think of Aussie blokes, they are the fun loving kinda guys, sense of humour, alot of wit too :)Eternally Curious, hehehhe, good for you :)Rosemary, too funny :)Keshi cheeers girl!!!Phishez, pmsl, the double edged sword LOLMiss Natalie, that sounds like something I say, or I just say, Let's rock and roll.CAptain, yep, I say RACK OFF alot :)
Fantastic!! You drongo! I haven't heard of that one in Yonks. (Translation for non Aussies - Yonks means ages).
Hello, Cazzie!I'm just a silly yank (one of the good people of Michelle's Spell that you went to the other day). Just thought I'd check out the blog that you have going here.I have to say, y'all are crackin' me up! (you have a wonderful sense of humor)No, I'm not a hillbilly. I'm from Detroit, Michigan. We talk that bad here, but it grows on you after awhile. I blame our government, just like every other red blooded American. Anyway, I loved the tips on the language. I'm a writer who needs to know the intracacies of a "chunder". Can't wait to spring that one on my friends.
I just found your blog. It's cute! I'll be back.MJgem
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