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Barrack: To cheer on (football team)
Bastard: Term of endearment
Bities: Biting insects
Boozer: A pub
Chook: A chicken
Coldie: A beer
Dag: A funny person, drongo, nerd, goof
Daks: Trousers
Esky: What Saffies call a Heb cooler
Full: Drunk
Garbo: Municipal garbage collector
Heaps: A lot, eg. “thanks heaps”
Hoon:  Hooligan
Lollies: Sweets, candy
Ocker: An unsophisticated person
Oldies: Parents
Rellie: Member of the family
Ropeable: Very angry
Schooner: Large beer glass in QLD; small beer glass in SA
Shonky: Dubious, shaky
Shout: Turn to buy a round of drinks
Slab: A carton of 24 bottles or cans of beer
Sook: Someone who is a softie or coward
Snag: A sausage
Spag bol: Spaghetti bolognese
Stubby: A beer bottle
Sunnies: Sunglasses
Thongs: Sandals
Tinny: Can of beer
Togs: Swimming costume
Uni: University
Unit: Flat, apartment
Ute: Utility vehicle


 
 
 
Posted in humour | More humour at Bosveld Koos
Posted by Unknown
01 Apr 2007



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