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amber nectar
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beer
"Foster's: The Amber Nectar"
omg ive never heard any1 say this in australia, and i live here.. we call it beer like every1 else Comment by: josh   
I've been here since I was born and i've never heard it called Amber Nectar Comment by: Borgey   
Sorry to break it to you guys but it actually did used to be called this and still is if you travel around oz. Comment by: Sparki   
I'm Australian and I've certainly heard it, though it's not common. Comment by: Gairlochan   
I thought it was amber fluid Comment by: Mamaa   
Ive lived in australia all my life and never heard this one. Ive heard booze and grog but not amber nectar that is not current slang Comment by: tom   
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Aussie
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Australian person
"Video of 25 Aussie Slang Words (Press Details)"
Thanks Captain Obvious Comment by: Heidi   
For serious! Comment by: .   
Lol @ Heidi Comment by: Chris   
oh come on mate Comment by: Jenn143   
This is not as dumb as it appears.... many countries NZ included think Aussie means Australia not an Australian person Comment by: Jimbo   
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aussie salute
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brushing flies away
"Me doing the Aussie salute! LOL"
I thought that was the "Aussie wave?" Anyway, we don't actually use this in normal convo, but we do do it a hell of a lot! Comment by: Emily    Rated:2/5
you need to go out in the country, and then you'll be in no doubt Comment by: aussie mike   
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Australian Tai Chi
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The innate Australian ability to carry a round of drinks through a crowded bar for your mates without losing a drop.
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Av-a-go-ya-mug
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Give it a go/try. Literally "Have a go, you mug"
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barbie
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barbecue
funnny! "put suum more shirmp ooonaa baaarbiii............" Comment by: stfan    Rated:5/5
lol shrimp?? think u mean lamb chops..MATE Comment by: Helena    Rated:4/5
yeh no one's ever said shrimp on the barbie in australia, retraded americans. Comment by: DeanLowe   
Who cares if you've never said it in Australia?! He put whatever he wants on his flippin' "barbie". ... Ew. Comment by: Nat   
We don't have 'shrimps' in Australia in any case - they're called prawns. Comment by: jess   
put suum more shirmp ooonaa baaarbiii........., is a quote from the movie by Jim Carey. it's not retarted americans, its funny americans!!!!!!!!1 Comment by: Darth   
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Barrack
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rnto barrack is to cheer for your favourite team.rnrnI barrack for the Rabbitohs.
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Bea
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I dont give a fuckkkkkkk
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Beyond the black stump
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means to go beyond civilization, end up in the middle of nowhere. "Beyond the Black Stump" is also a novel by British author Nevil Shute, published in 1956.
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Bogan
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Australian slang for an uneducated, unsophisticated moron. I guess we're all a pack o' bogans down 'eeeere, maaate...
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Boomer
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Derogatory term for Aborigines, short for "boomerang".
wrong! Wrong! WRONG! "Boomer" is actually the name for a big male Kangaroo. Although the word isnt in common use any more you will find it widely used through out Aussie literature (poetry etc) from back in the day.... Comment by: tangles   
Umm... no... Boomer refers to a male kangaroo. Hence the song christmas song 'Six White Boomers'. I've heard 'boomer' used a lot but never as a slur. Comment by: moggie   
boomer in wales means got an erect penis as in .got a boomer Comment by: liam    Rated:4/5
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Boong
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Aborigine (in general)
Racially derogatory, similar to n word. Not nice at all. Comment by: Peter   
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Bugger Off
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To go away eg Mate just bugger off Or Alternate usage would be Im buggering off to bed bed catch ya later mate
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bush
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the Australian outback
in the US this term can be used to describe both male and female pubic hair Comment by: ezekiel   
you sick person Comment by: bob   
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bush oyster
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"snot", nasal mucus
Testicles of cattle after castration. Comment by: Andrew   
In the US, said testicles are called Prairie Oysters. Comment by: dbeierl   
Here in Nebraska we call them Mountain Oysters. Comment by: Yee-freaking-Haw   
A gob of yellow / green phlegm. What you cough up and spit out when you have a heavy cold. Comment by: yabba    Rated:5/5
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Bush telegraph
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Word of mouth
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bush telly
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campfire; huddled around the campfire telling stories as you would congregate around the television back home.
I'm not from OZ, but I'm pretty sure this refers to the "bush telegraph" i.e. the mysterious ways that news and gossip get passed around in remote places. Not literally smoke signals as once used by American Indians. Comment by: dbeierl   
no, it means that there's nothing to do when you've gone bush but to sit around a campfire and spend time with everyone... like one does with a telly when you're at home. Comment by: suzi   
Hey dbbelert I think you mean the "bush telegrah" Comment by: Aussie Mike   
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chokkie
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chocolate
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cook
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one's wife
hahahaha. Awsome.. Comment by: meme   
is this for real?? LOL Comment by: ng400   
I believe the equivalent Fijian term is kitchen. any Fijian out there? Comment by: mh   
I prefer "the scone burner" Comment by: pete   
For real, about 50 years ago! Sometimes even "chief cook and bottle wash". Wouldn't get away with it now. Comment by: Peter   
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Crack A Fat
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Have an erection
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Cunt
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either a massive dickhead, or one of your mates
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DILLIGAF
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Do I Look Like I Give A F**k do i look like i care
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Donut puncher
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Homosexual
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Don't come the raw prawn with me!
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"Are you pulling my leg?" "Don't pull a joke on me!"
Yeah but more specifically it means, don't feign innocence or naivety or with me! Comment by: Wilson   
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down under
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Australian continent (and New Zealand)
"Living in a land down under. Where women glow and men plunder. Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover!" [from the Song Down Under by Men at Work]
No one in Australia calls it 'down under' this is embarrassing, and it is what the American's say. Comment by: mate    Rated:1/5
Absolutely correct. It is American slang for Australia. No one said Aussies use it. :P Comment by: Twisted    Rated:5/5
No one in New Zealand calls you this either, or us for that matter. aussie is "west island" :D Comment by: Jimmyjoe   
So what do you Ozzies call us? Antipodeans? Tell me we're not Pommies... ;-) Incidentally, what about that song from ?Men at Work? that talks about "a land down under?" Comment by: dbeierl   
"Down Under" is an advertising slogan by the Aussies for the Yanks, but its not actively used in Oz 'cept for the tourists Comment by: Bluey    Rated:2/5
What bullshit that Australians don't use the term, ever heard of a small Australian band called Men at Work and their famous song that became, the unofficial Australian anthem throughout the 80's and 90's called "Downunder".I come from the land downunder! Comment by: Aussie Mike   
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