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Earbash
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Talk nonstop
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fair dinkum
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the real thing, genuine
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FIGJAM
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"F*ck I'm Good - Just Ask Me". Acronym for conceited people.
Actually I think you will find this one is F%^k i'm good, just ask mum. Comment by: wanderer   
again! no, that's what it means!!! FIGJAM is just ask me. It means the person loves themselves. It might mean things in other countries but thats what figjam means in australia. Comment by: suzi   
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garbo
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garbageman
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Giving it assholes!
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Use for when a you are putting your foot to the floor to make a quick get away in a car. Generally to get away from someone.
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go walk about
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means to disappear for a time, (go off into the bush)
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Got No Coin
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Posted by: Mack
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Having no money, broke
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Greenie
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environmentalist
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Grog
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alchoholic beverage
I think this is actually irish Comment by: ng400   
Strictly speaking grog is the mixture of rum and water that was issued daily to the enlisted men on shipboard in the British Navy until fairly recently ('70s maybe?). The water was so that it wouldn't keep and would have to be consumed reasonably promptly. I believe the actual rum content of the grog issue in the 18th century was half a pint per man per day. (!) Comment by: dbeierl   
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Gurgler
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sink drain
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G'day
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Posted by: sianage
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Hey, hello (literally good day)
"How are you going"
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Have a roo loose in the top paddock
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Aussie term for "crazy as a loon"!
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Hooroo!
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Posted by: sianage
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"Seeya", "bye". Sometimes just said "ooroo".
omg havnt heard this one since in ages haha its sooo bloody old Comment by: 100 percent Australian born and bred =]   
Don Burke used this ALL the time and he only disappeared off the tele a few years ago... Comment by: Oi oi oi   
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I'm stuffed
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Australian slang - "I'm f**ked".
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joey
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baby kangaro
joey ? hahahahhhaahahahah lewl Comment by: aboo mannen    Rated:1/5
How is this slang? This is the actual name for a baby kanga. Comment by: Rachel    Rated:1/5
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jumper
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sweatshirt, sweater
IS NOT JUST OZ'S WORD Comment by: frEZ   
This is also used in British English. Comment by: Jessica   
American: a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing. I think of a jumper as something a toddler would wear. Comment by: Kathy   
canadian english too. Comment by: rikki   
Kinda like a sweater vest of sorts Comment by: Molly   
That is not a slang. That's a word. Not only in Australia (that is unless in US there's some hidden meaning behind it) Comment by: J-L   
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Kooris
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Aborigines, what Yanks calls "Injuns".
Only given to Aboriginals in southern Aus from the Koori tribe. You don't call all Aboriginals Kooris'. Comment by: Nora   
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liquid laugh
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vomit
Also known as spew , chunder, or spitting chunks. Also to 'do a helicopter". ie John did a helicopter all over the place. To spew while spinning around with your hand covering your mouth but vomiting between your fingers. Comment by: pippa   
Also "talking to Huey. As in the "Huueeeeyyyyyyy!" sound made when vomiting in extremis. Comment by: Peter   
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LOMBARD
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"Lots of money but a real dickhead"
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Maggot Bag
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Meat Pie
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mate
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a person who seems alright
It is mostly replaces friend, buddy, etc Comment by: Alex   
I believe the exact equivalent is 'dude'. Some people I know use it in every sentence. Comment by: J-L   
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Moosh
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Mouth
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Mozzie
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Mosquito
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Narkie
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A negative person
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No wuckin' furries
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Play on words in the phrase "no f-ing worries" meaning everything will be alright. Often shortened to just "no wuckers".
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