A not-so-common Australian farewell.
See you Monday, alright hoo roo.
An internet text game (www.darkthrone.com) in which users waste away their lives clicking buttons and talking about clicking on buttons.
Pete: You weren't at my party last night Dave.
Dave: I was on DarkThrone.
The Blues, the peoples' club, the football team representing Merseyside. They live in a cramped, out-of-date stadium, have no 'star' players, are bankrupt and doomed to relegation. However, they are still above the RS and have just twatted Manure.
Me (in the Walton last night): how long has it been since we beat them manc feqqaz?
me arl fella: Bout 25 minutes ar kid
To have a sequence or procedure mastered to where it is almost second nature.
I beat Ganon so many times that summer, I had the whole game pretty much dialed in.
Rock climbing: Used to encourage a fellow climber to finish a route or problem. Similar to and interchangeable with "allez!" (French), or "dale" (Spanish)
Come on, man, send it!
An Australian greeting commonly used in conjunction with g'day.
Derived from the words 'how is it going?'
Similar to the phrase 'how are you?'
g'day mate, howzit goin?
An Australian word used to represent any creature labelled Peter that is of less-than-acceptable intelligence.
Derived from the 'Peter,Peter,Pumpkin Eater' Rhyme.
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