term used to describe people with a good sense of humour and can actually take a joke!!!
"you're such a dag"
"daggus mcshwaggus" - nicknames
"schwiggity shwag diggity dag" - language of the dag squad
also dagette - term for a partial female dag (usually for girls under 16 lol)
Guy Sebastian is the king of the dags
2. Someone who is daggy, i.e. uncool. This can be meant insultingly or affectionately. (Much like that other well-known Australianism, "you old bastard".) On the face of it, it's an insult, but there are ways in which it is seen as admirable to be a dag – having one's own style, not caring for public opinion, being outrageous, being a source of friendly amusement, being original.
2. (a) Insulting: "I wouldn't go out with him, he's the biggest dag around."
(b) Affectionate: "She's such a dag, we always have heaps of fun."
3. Comedian John Clarke's character on New Zealand and later Australian radio, Fred Dagg, so named for obvious reasons.
Does dirty unthinkalbes on dreamland.
Gives guys head on demand.
Fucks thier best friends boyfriends.
Uglier then sin.
Has no boobs/butt.
Chubby munchkinn, who isnt cute.
Resembles a paralelegram.
(used only in rothesay.. and parts of quispam)
Oh my giddy gods trousres, did you hear about that DAG and brennan?
That DAG has gone too far this time, did you hear about mike benson?
OMG, that girls such a DAG she doesnt even need to wear braws.
A dag is technically the matted wool on a sheeps tail, but in typical useage throughout Australia, it refers to people who don't have a neat, tidy or cultured appearance. It can also refer to a person who tends to be quite informal.
It is not necessarily a derogatory term in modern useage.
It can also refer to a Person who is a bit zany in antics in a loveable way
I like Uncle David he is abit of a "dag"
Source: Random, Sep 3, 2003