Some Aussie slang( WARNING: MAY OFFEND BUT NOT INTENDED TO) - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
October 20th, 2004  
battery
 
I've heard Swamp donkey and BOBFOC used before. LoL your Australian slang is rubbin' off on this poor weak minded American
November 8th, 2004  
egoz
 
that's some funny stuff. i can't believe i can't think of any creative american similarities at the moment, there may not be any...
November 8th, 2004  
Lupos
 
 
Aeroplane Blonde!!!
That is great!!!
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Boots
November 9th, 2004  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
Shared them in a CAP chat (oh I'm horrible... no, it was my chat with CAP people in it, lol - HUGE difference!!!!) and they loved them...


oh wow, those are great!
November 9th, 2004  
CanadianCowgirl
 
 
I feel so much more informed now Way to brighten my night
November 9th, 2004  
Schwul
 

Topic: *laughs*


"HAND-TO-GLAND COMBAT" oh yeah.
November 9th, 2004  
still me
 
LOLOL too funny..really... i didn't catch camel toe in there anywhere though :P (not an australian term but still funny as he%*


GUNNER
November 10th, 2004  
silent driller
 
 

Topic: HAHA!!


Quote:
Originally Posted by still me
LOLOL too funny..really... i didn't catch camel toe in there anywhere though :P (not an australian term but still funny as he%*


GUNNER
LMAO! God Almighty!
November 10th, 2004  
Locke
 
 
its interesting that due to a certain advertisment *cough* toyota *cough* the word "bugger" is now a common part of the australian vernacular.
it is not being used in its traditional sense, but is now used in the place of "oops" or "doh"
November 11th, 2004  
AussieNick
 
i've always used "Bugger" in the place of "oops".
Also "cactus" if something is broken or dead.
"Drier than a dead dingo's donger" if I'm thirsty.
I've got way too many.

"That Car/Bike handles like a rubber dingy full of buffalo"