A car crash. Used in eastern-states Australia.
"Heard you got into a bit of a bingle the other day."
"Yes, I did. Luckily, only three of her kids died."
(Verb) To talk up yourself, to brag, to boast. Like an Italian.
"I enjoy golf and nudity. I'm also very good at jazz."
"Big-note, I see."
Short for biscuit
. My brother used to say this, it's adorable.
Brushing away flies with your hand.
Apparently, this is used somewhere in Australia but I haven't heard of it and I live in WA. Sounds pretty backwater.
"Aussie salute" - Just another unintellectual way of expressing disdain for authority, when you think about it.
To corner somebody physically, to cut off their retreat. Australian slang.
"If you bail up flatulence
, it will retaliate violently.
Adjective, meaning treacherous, deceitful, etc.
and greed keep the people in need
from getting what's rightfully theirs
Cheating, stealin and double dealing
as they exploit the peoples fears" - The Last Poets
A long way away; Australian slang.
Bourke is practically the back of Bourke, from where I live.
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