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15.
A person of white race who does not have an accent readily attributable to another nation,

and is either in Australia or identifies themselves as being an Aussie
Many fair eyed fair haired Aussies drink scantily, eat healthily, talk politely , converse readily with non-Aussies and befriend white non-Aussies who will have Aussie kids.
by salled September 27, 2013
 
16.
A person from Australia. We kick ass.
And the funny thing is, even though you think you're offending us by calling us cock smokers and convicts, we actually don't give a shit. So call us what you like. Waste time 'insulting' us.
We're the best fucking people on Earth.

Living in the best fucking country on Earth.
Deal with it. Mate.
POM: You Aussies are fucking criminals who kicked out the Aboriginals and spend your days drinking and swearing!

Us: Meh. *goes and lives a good life while you fucking poms keep trying to insult us*
by Proud_Aussie December 06, 2012
 
17.
Term for "Australian Shepherd". An american dog breed that can be a red or black tri, or a red or blue merle. Their eyes can range from brown, amber, blue, green, or may have merled eyes (mixed color). Highly intelligent, very athletic, and is a great family pet. They are normally seen with a docked tail, but can be seen (rarely) with their full tail.
"I needed a flash light, so my aussie went into my room and got it for me."

*true story*
by moriah ann August 24, 2008
 
18.
Another word for an Australian; a person usually living in Australia or whose parent/s are Australian. There are many stereotypes for Australians, such as them drinking too much beer, being dumb and ugly, all of them being farmers, living in the outback, riding kangaroos to school/work and having pet koalas, always wearing singlets and thongs (the shoes, that is!), using slang all the time, eating wombats and kangaroo, and overall being an idiot that nobody likes. Despite what many non-Australians might think (especially Americans), THIS IS NOT TRUE. While some Aussies may use slang, some may be farmers, and most drink beer, the majority of us are just like any other Western culture, such as in America or New Zealand.

Many great celebrities are also Australians, including Delta Goodrem, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Elle MacPherson, The Veronicas, Olivia Newton-John, Paul Hogan and Lleyton Hewitt.
* This is a false stereotype of an Aussie -

Jacko: G'day, mate! Let's put another shrimp on the barbie, mate!

Stevo: Bloody beaut idea, mate!

* This is something more true-to-life -

Tom: Hey, Kate! How are ya?

Kate: Yeah, good. Have you seen Daniel around lately, by any chance?

Tom: Nah, not for a while. Didn't he say he was going to some party or something?

Kate: Yeah, you're probably right.
by aussie.elle May 25, 2008
 
19.
A member of the female race who possesses disproportionately unattractive above-the-waist features compared to the "Southern hemisphere" of her body, i.e. legs and ass
"Dude, that chick is hot!"

"Nah man, she's just an Aussie... Keep your gaze low, though, and she'll do just fine."
by Bigwetbutt February 13, 2010
 
20.
An amazing airsofter who wears a cool hate and even though he may only have a pistol he is a good airsofter and a good guy.

Good friend.

Hey Aussie I love your hate!
Me: Hey Aussie Nice Game!
Aussie: Thanks Man You too!
by AnAirsofter March 29, 2011
 
21.
Another word for an Australian; a person usually living in Australia or whose parent/s are Australian. There are many stereotypes for Australians, such as them drinking too much beer, being dumb and ugly, all of them being farmers, living in the outback, riding kangaroos to school/work and having pet koalas, always wearing singlets and thongs (the shoes, that is!), using slang all the time, eating wombats and kangaroo, and overall being an idiot that nobody likes. Despite what many non-Australians might think (especially Americans), THIS IS NOT TRUE. While some Aussies may use slang, some may be farmers, and most drink beer, the majority of us are just like any other Western culture, such as in America or New Zealand.

Many great celebrities are also Australians, including Delta Goodrem, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Elle MacPherson, The Veronicas, Olivia Newton-John, Paul Hogan and Lleyton Hewitt.
This is a false stereotype of an Aussie -

Jacko: G'day, mate! Let's put another shrimp on the barbie, mate!

Stevo: Bloody beaut idea, mate!

This is something more true-to-life -

Tom: Hey, Kate! How are ya?

Kate: Yeah, good. Have you seen Daniel around lately, by any chance?

Tom: Nah, not for a while. Didn't he say he was going to some party or something?

Kate: Yeah, you're probably right.
by An Aussie named Elle May 09, 2008