lunedì 25 gennaio 2016

17 Aussie Slang Terms That Americans Should Start Using

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Have a crack at some tops Aussie phrases.

What it means: Unpredictable, unruly or uncouth.
Usage: "Listen, I know you're going out with Amy tonight and I just want you to behave. I know what a loose unit she can be."
"Mum, she only pissed on that electric fence to see what would happen, it wasn't her fault she killed all those sheep."

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What it means: Everything will be fine.
Usage: "The car's making a really weird noise, should we check it out?"
"Nah, she'll be right."
"OK but there's smoke coming out of the fr-"
"I SAID SHE'LL BE RIGHT, HELEN."

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What it means: To throw a tantrum.
Usage: "No, Daniel, we're not getting drive-through Macca's. Last time we did you spit the dummy and embarrassed us both."
"MUM, PLEASE."
"You're 26, Daniel. Drive yourself."

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What it means: The really satisfying dump you do after a big, boozy night out.
Usage: "I'm telling you now, don't go in the downstairs loo for at least an hour. I just did the biggest grog bog and honestly the wallpaper peeled a little."

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