Sunday, July 6, 2008

50 new words in my Aussie Slang Primer!

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12 comments:

Lavender said...

Beauty Bonza Mate!

BetteJo said...

I thought of trying to make an Aussie slang filled comment but it's like another language!

I read a blog of a guy in Scotland - and sometimes I have to ask for a translation. :)

Lavender said...

HA HA HA HA HA!!! I was going to write an Aussie Slang soaked announcement post - teeheehee - Im still learning them all myself, not sure I will ever have them all down! :)

Ces said...

I do not know any Aussie slang. I don't like American slang either. I think my accent does not go well with any slang words.

Lavender said...

Teeheehe Ces! Everyone I meet giggles whenever I use Aussie slang - cause my accent makes it sound funny to them - thats OK by me, since I like to make people laugh :)

Anonymous said...

You list will help me brush up on mine lavender ... so I know what the boys here are talking about!

Jean-Luc Picard said...

I know they call each other 'blue'.

Lavender said...

Anon Hehehe, going to get that sussed out, Mate? HAHAHAHA! See?! It sounds funny when I say it....teeeheehee

Captain LOL! Only if they have RED hair - Aussies are so contrary!

bernard n. shull said...

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barkfoot said...

I'm always having difficulties with American slang. I've had lengthy discussions about the differences between the US 'fanny' and the English alternative, as well as some amusing misunderstandings of the word 'fag'!
I found Aussie slang to become more natural with the addition of a couple of beers...

Lavender said...

Barkfoot Oh yes, a couple beers are essential to get one fluent, LOL!

cristy said...

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