Australianisms & Regional Slang

Australianisms & Regional Slang
#76
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
heaps good ay
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#77
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
I'm so proud; Mirdini (austrian) and Schaz came to visit me and Ren (dutch) & Ren used a newzealandism and confused dini. They're assimilating!

(the one in question is saying 'tea' instead of 'dinner')
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#78
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
(12-27-2017, 11:35 AM)Plaid Wrote: »I'm so proud; Mirdini (austrian) and Schaz came to visit me and Ren (dutch) & Ren used a newzealandism and confused dini. They're assimilating!

(the one in question is saying 'tea' instead of 'dinner')
there is morning tea

there is afternoon tea

maybe supper if you''re a hobbit that needs to eat after 9pm

legit shocked
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#79
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
(01-12-2018, 05:36 AM)CSJ Wrote: »there is morning tea

there is afternoon tea

maybe supper if you''re a hobbit that needs to eat after 9pm

legit shocked

Morning and afternoon tea are also a thing here! Sometimes also called smoko depending on how working class you/your family are
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#80
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
Root; Synonym for fuck, Usable in politer company
Wombat; Basically a Crappy Significant Other only in it for the Sex. As In; "Eats, Roots and Leaves"
Get Up, Have A Go at; To Scold or argue with someone.

Which, Yes, Does make hearing people talking about rooting for their sports teams kind of funny
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#81
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
so you only have sex if your team wins a game??? what if ur team sucks
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#82
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(01-15-2018, 04:56 PM)ICan'tGiveCredit Wrote: »what if ur team sucks

Not an option
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#83
RE: Australianisms & Regional Slang
(01-13-2018, 06:47 AM)Plaid Wrote: »
(01-12-2018, 05:36 AM)CSJ Wrote: »there is morning tea

there is afternoon tea

maybe supper if you''re a hobbit that needs to eat after 9pm

legit shocked

Morning and afternoon tea are also a thing here! Sometimes also called smoko depending on how working class you/your family are
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