Jandal - A New Zealand term for outdoor footwear consisting of a flat sole held loosely on the foot by a Y-shaped strap. In America known as Flip-Flops and in Australia known as a thong.

A phrase used normally in New Zealand when one slips their foot on the side of a curb or stair while wearing jandals.
Example:
Tim was walking down the streets of Auckland when his jandal slipped on the curb and he heard local people shout 'Jandal Fall!'
by The Jandles of the World June 29, 2011

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