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taking the piss
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To ridicule someone, to make a joke about what they are saying.
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Technicolor Yawn
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Vomit, Spit-up
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The 4 and 20- After the four and twenty meat pies
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It is used when a girl is too young for you. It means you get four minutes pleasure for 20 years jail time.
It's our National Dish! Comment by: Bob Carr   
Is it true that they serve a mean Kangaroo Meat Pie in Canberra? Comment by: American Patriot   
Yeah, kangaroo sausages taste great too! Comment by: Kanga   
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the aborigine's revenge
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the longer Europeans live in the Australian outback the worse their hayfever gets - the indigenous people welcome all strangers but if you want to live there you have to aclimatise which could take as long as they did, 40,000 years
This is a great slang word from Down Under! Comment by: The Critic    Rated:5/5
.... "great slang from Down Under"? Just like "struth" and "yew beauty", I have honestly never heard ANYONE say it in my life without them being kidding. In fact, I've NEVER heard of "Aborigine's Revenge" until I found this website. Comment by: Emily    Rated:1/5
im aussie, andnno one says this. it is racist to say it, if anyone did. Comment by: alyce   
Never ever heard this, and i have lived in AUS for 40 years Comment by: Li    Rated:1/5
Sorry to break it to you, but this is Aussie humour, designed to test to see how stupid you are. I mean Outback Hayfever? come on Comment by: wooloomooloo   
pretty sure abo's revenge is when they nick ya thongs of the veranda coz ya wouldn't give em a dolla brudda Comment by: jono   
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tiger
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a cool cat
Tiger is also said about a tough man not afraid to fight Comment by: frank   
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tin-bum Bob
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Posted by: rozmar
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nickname for Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke - so named for his Cornish tin miner ancestors and to match an old enemy's nickname, see "pig-iron Bob" - tin-bum used to refer to someone who was tight with their money
Tim Bum doesn't mean you're tight with money, it means you have Unbelievable Luck and things always seem to work out all right for you. Comment by: Arangi   
Hence the term Tinny, when referring to someone as described above. Comment by: Arangi   
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Tinnie
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a can of beer
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Truckie
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Truck driver, lorry driver
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