Also known as plugga I guess. A nickname for thongs (the ones that you put on your feet) and seems to be used in Western Australia. They can single- or double-pluggers, single-pluggers being thongs that are reinforced with one set of plugs on the underside of the thongs and double-pluggers being douby reinforced with two plugs
I'm going down to Hay Street Mall today and there's more people wearing single-pluggers than double-pluggers today
A (non-derogatory) nickname for an inhabitant of the state of South Australia (Australia), cf sandgroper
, an inhabitant of Western Australia.
The term derives from the fact that South Australians ate crows due to poverty when the free-settled colony of South Australia was established in 1836.
The term has been borrowed and truncated in some cases - for example the football team Adelaide Crows.
The mighty Croweaters!
In short, a fairy godmother is a good-looking faghag, a good-looking female that primarily hangs out with homosexual men - please see definition for faghag
If Cindy Crawford hung out with gay guys all the time, then she would be a fairy godmother
man who has a series of long-term monogamous relationships with girlfriends but never ends up marrying any of them (usually says "no" when a girl asks him or raises the idea if they should get married)
George and Sally said he won't marry her after seeing her for 3 years. He also said no to Jane after dating her for 2 years prior. George is a stringer.
When a female sucks her own breast(s)
Hey check out Jane in the corner, she's milkmaiding - this ain't no party foul!
A hairstyle that involves a bleached blond fringe with the rest of the hair being of a darker colour. Named after "John Taylor 1983", circa the time John Taylor (of Duran Duran) had that hairstyle.
Look at that girl, she's got a JT83.
Common Australian slang for an individual from the city to invest in country properties. Usually a name of the business street in a city is subsituted as the first part of the phrase, e.g. for NY it might be Wall Street Bushie.
Mate: Trevor, he's buying property in Coober Pedy; he's a Pirie Street Bushie