10 definitions by 10lo

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Abbreviation for Sydney, as in the city. Pronounced "S-Y-D", not "syd".

It is often used by Sydney rappers, and by African and Arab youth in Sydney.
Yo, we in SYD homie!
by 10lo May 25, 2011
In Australia, a 'drop kick' refers to someone who isn't very smart and hasn't made it very far in life. A drop kick usually doesn't go to school anymore, either having dropped out or done very poorly in Year 12, and is usually either unemployed or working a crappy low paid job full time (such as at McDonalds, KFC, supermarket etc), with no aspirations to do anything better with their lives. Many smoke and/or do drugs. Many drop kicks are eshays or bogans.

Drop kicks can be found hanging around train stations or bus interchanges, shopping centres and of course in low paid, unskilled jobs like fast food or supermarkets.
Guy 1: So, what happened to James? He dropped out of school before we graduated, what's he doing now?
Guy 2: Yeah, he's working at McDonalds full time. He's a total drop kick.
by 10lo January 18, 2014
An Australian term meaning '15 minutes'.
Guy 1: Hey mate, you nearly here?
Guy 2: Yeah, i'll be there in a Kearve Hour.
by 10lo March 06, 2013
A slang term for the number '15'. Taken from a 15 year old Sydney rapper named 'Kearve' who famously starts his songs with 'Kearve...15'.
Teacher: What's ten plus five?
Student: KEARVE!!
by 10lo March 06, 2013
A Moisty Hunter is a male, usually in Year 11 or 12 at an Australian high school, who goes after girls in younger grades, typically girls in Year 7 through to Year 9 or 10.
Year 12 guy 1: Hey, I got in with that Year 9 girl!
Year 12 guy 2: You moisty hunter...
by 10lo September 24, 2013
One has 'Miley Fatigue' when one is sick of hearing about Miley Cyrus.
'Dammit, Miley Cyrus is in the news again? Hasn't everyone got Miley Fatigue yet?'
by 10lo September 24, 2013
A nepalese person
Auburn is full of neps
by 10lo March 19, 2014

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