Neighbour is the name for an indvidual who is especially quirkey and extremely cool in the act of being uncool. You would call someone "Neighbour" if you admire their outspoken, couldnt-care-less attitude about their seperation from mainstream society. Can be employed as a device to gain the subjects attention, ie. calling out "Neighbour" in an almost sinister sing song voice.
JOHN-(upon seeing a likely candidate)-"NEIGHBOUR!!!!!!"
Soap Opera set in Ramsay Street, Erinsborough, Australia.
Quick, turn on the TV, Neighbours is on.
The best soap ever. in england it is aired on the bbc twice a day, and as well as covering some really deep and emotional storylines (custody battles, alcoholism, divorce etc) it has a really good blend of humour (tango lessons, lou and harold, fashion for the over-45's etc) as well as taking the mick out of soaps in general (recently, libby and susan got addicted to a brazilian soap, libby ended up sleeping with an actor guy from it (alessandro cortezzzzzzzzz)and then left, so lyn had to break the news in a bizzarly over-soapy manner 'she was orphaned as a child, had to fend for herself on a desert island, and has a condition where she goes mad'... fantastic).
You have to watch neighbours, because it is uber-fantastich!!
wots the haps in neighbours? its crazy an makin me cry
Neighbours is a long-running Australian soap opera, running daily episodes of 22 minutes (excluding commercials). It originally aired on the Seven Network in Australia in 1985; however, they cancelled the series later that year. The series was immediately picked up by rival Network Ten. It began screening on that channel in early 1986 and has remained popular with its core teenage audience ever since. The show was created by Reg Watson and is produced by the Reg Grundy Organisation.
The series follows the daily lives of several families who live in the fictional Ramsay Street, Erinsborough – although in fact it is restricted to the small cul-de-sac of six houses at the end of the street – and includes the usual soap staples of births, deaths, and marriages. The show features a regular turnover of attractive young actors mixed in with the more stable cast of older people. Though it is not commonly mentioned so as to not alienate viewers in other Australian cities, Erinsborough (nearly an anagram of 'Our Neighbours') is undoubtedly supposed to be a suburb of Melbourne. The show is filmed in Melbourne, and for street scenes uses Pin Oak Court in Vermont South, a suburb in eastern Melbourne. Erinsborough is often contrasted with the neighbouring, and equally fictitious, suburb of Eden Hills. Other locations often mentioned (and sometimes seen) in the show include West Waratah, Waratah Heights and Anson's Corner.
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a hard word to describe...it is a soap in australia that is stupidly silly, yet highly addictive....u have to physically peal urself from it
"man...did u watch neighbours yesterday...a plane crash happened"
"i can't believe u watch it" "i can't help it...its ruining my life but i cant turn from it"
The correct (and original) spelling of the word Americans spell as neighbor
Have you met your neighbour yet?
An Australian weekday soap opera broadcasted on Network Ten, Australia. Neighbours originally aired on The Seven Network in 1985 however Channel Seven canceled the series later that year. Network Ten bought rights to the series in 1986 and has screened it ever since.
Network Ten, Australia