Also knows as a "Freeway Friend" (United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa) is a term used to describe a motorist directly in front/behind you who is on a similarly long journey on the same motorway/freeway, especially at night and when driving alone.
Though you have never and are never likely to meet the person driving, you form a bond with them and can take comfort in the fact that you're not the only one driving hundreds of miles.
Becoming more common now with the invent of Adaptive Cruise Control.
A somewhat sad feeling came over me when my Motorway Mate pulled off at the junction. I then felt like I was the only one on the M6 that night.
Though I had been following my Freeway Friend for a while, he began slowing his pace so I put the foot down and overtook.
I was following my Motorway Mate using my new Adaptive Cruise Control when he pulled off at the services, so had to resort back to normal Cruise Control.
Matthew John "Matt" Corby (born 7 November 1990, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian singer-songwriter, who was the runner-up to Natalie Gauci on the fifth season of Australian Idol in 2007.
Corby was 16 when he auditioned for Australian Idol, and placed as the runner-up to Natalie Gauci.
2008 - present
Matt signed with Scorpio Music Management in 2008 and under their guidance headed to London and New York late in 2008, where a series of gigs were played at iconic London venues including The Regal Room and The Bedford.
On June 5, 2009 Matt's debut independent EP, Song For..., was released to ITunes with a limited number of physical copies also released to CD retailers in Australia on June 19, 2009. The 4 track EP received broad critical acclaim and featured the debut single, Letters.
Matt returned to London in July 2009 for three months. He played numerous gigs at a variety of London venues, and whilst in the U.K. wrote and recorded his next EP (also in the folk genre), which was released in April 2010.
Matt was in the final 12 in the inaugural Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition in 2009.
He is the creator of beautiful music.
Girl 1: Just listening to some really good music by Matt Corby.
Uncultured swine: Who's that?!
Like Australian versions of 'Red Necks' and another term for 'Bogan'.
People who roam around wearing moccasins, thongs, pajama's, underwear and skanky looking clothing.
People who look and ARE poor, living in homes shared with rats and cockroaches and various other things.
Most of the time, you'll see them wandering down the streets at all hours of the night and early morning in Lavington, New South Wales Australia (otherwise known as 'Stabbington').
You'll see a lot of Dero's inside shopping centers such as 'Big W' or 'Kmart', often hanging around the food courts like scabby little creatures.
A lot of Dero's go to James Fallon High School and Murray High School as the area that these schools are located in are absolutely distraught looking areas in dire need of repair as the people whom occupy these homes are on the dole and cannot take care of themselves.
On a side note, most dero's take offence to being called so. If you ever come across these things, never approach them, they might get their cousins or uncles on you if you just so happen to wrong them in any sort of way.
You smoke cones? You drink VB in your undies on the lawn? You live in Lavington?
A place where whiny Brits complain about every aspect of its existence. However, when the Euro-Dorks need some assistance, who do you think they call? (AKA The Marshall Plan)
The Brits complain about American imperialism, but did the they forget about their own colonies:
The US, Canada, India, IRAQ, Bahamas, Barbados, Australia, New Zealand, Burma, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Ireland, South Africa, Singapore, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Kuwait, Cyprus, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc.
Americans are fat: How's that year long crappy weather, and the ensuing depression and suicidal tendencies it causes?
...and don't get me started on the French
Brits: Screw those Yankee racist blokes!!! USA sucks!!!
American: How was having the worlds greatest navy, and still not being able to beat a bunch of inexperienced soldiers.
Regional city on the North Coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Still mostly associated with beaches and bananas (including the tourist attraction The Big Banana), although it has dozens of much better tourist attractions and especially adventure activities such as wild-water rafting, skydiving, surfing, surf-rafting, scuba-diving, whale-watching, quad biking and much more.
Becoming increasingly sophisticated with loads of urban cafés, award-winning restaurants, excellent resorts, spas, galleries etc. and is a popular weekend destination from Sydney and Melbourne.
I'm going to Coffs Harbour this weekend. No, I'm NOT going to the Big Banana or revisit my childhood memories of the caravan park, I'm going for a glam girls' weekend to a beach resort featuring lots of champagne and beauty salon visits.
Lol@Souffs (also known as lol@50uffs and lol@50uff$ and LOL@$ouff$) is a common element of Internet slang, which is gaining popularity in rugby league forum circles online in Australia and other countries. The term is generally used for amusement by laughing at the South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL team. The phrase is said to have originated as Lol@souffs at the hands of somebody using the moniker "Melon", with 'Souths' being contracted to 'Souffs' to reflect the severe lack of success the South Sydney club has endured in recent history and also to reflect the slack pronunciation of the word "souths" by certain demographics of their supporter base. The constant floggings and lack of final appearances has made the Rabbitohs the quintessential "Joke Of The League". Fans constantly point out the lack of teeth of South Sydney Rabbitohs supporters. Later, it was changed to lol@50uffs, with the 50 being indicative of the fact that the Rabbitohs regularly get 50 points scored against them. In recent seasons, a dollar sign has replaced by the first and final "s" (LOL@$ouff$) to symbolise the millions Russell Crowe is spending on the club, despite saying "Chequebook league isn't my style". In spite of almost consistent failure, Souffs supporters will routinely jump on league forums during the pre-season and proclaim that "this is our year". The only appropriate answer to this is to LOL@Souffsmore...
Adelaide is a town in Australia. Locals are rough, especially in the northern and mid southern areas such as Salisbury and Hackham. Dont talk shit or you will be bashed. Dont look at anyone in colonnades shopping centre wrong or you will be bashed. Graffiti and hip-hop culture thrive in this city so get used to it, there also a large number of car enthusiasts. Bunch of bogans down south, bunch of dero's up north but the central is is a great place. The southern beaches are beautiful and great to visit, but dont take the local surfers waves or you will be bashed. It generally has good loking people but can be very racist. Great city if you dont have a loud mouth.