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Stands for away from life, used to describe people such as nerds who never leave their computer, people who shun all others, etc.
The whole summer I've been AFL dotaing so that I could be as good as Stoli :(
by Fallore August 23, 2006
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Its a confused idea of soccer, football...and mad men running in porno shorts
"...they get free kicks for pushing in the back, but when they take marks they can jump on ppls backs. I'll never learn all the AFL rules"

"Its a confused idea of soccer, football...and mad men running in porno shorts"
by M.I.B August 12, 2006
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A game only recognised in that state called victoria which is the only sport that rewards useless pricks for missing a goal, who can't make it at rugby because they lack the skill, passion, spirit and masculinity that other sports around the world posess.
Kick and giggle.
catch and clap.
aerial ping pong.
fags r' us
by A Struss April 18, 2005
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The poofiest sport in Australia were if you throw a punch, your contract will be terminated
by CyberKev February 25, 2005
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AFL - acronym for Australian Football League, the governing body of Australian Rules Football.

Australian Rules Football is a regionally stunted game played primarily for and by rampant non-heterosexuals in the Southern States of Australia. The AFL is a conglomeration of blind lepers who have unnerving control over the sporting minds of ยฝ the population.

The game itself begins when two teams of 18 limp-wristed nancy boys run onto an oval through a 40 foot high banner made of toilet paper which has messages of love from their fans painted in it in various shades of lipstick. Running though the banner is the zenith of anyone's Australian Rules Football experience.

Prior to the game's commencement but after the "running of the banner" each side gathers in a group and runs around the oval to warm up. This is commonly known as a "melee" and is the first of many over the approximately 120 minutes the game takes.

Once the game starts at the sound of a hooter that would arouse a Moose, the ball (similar to a Gridiron ball, but less heterosexual) is bounced by a prat in a dangerously loud shirt called the "umpy". The main vocation of the umpy is to spend the game listening to 40,000 lispers calling out "ball". Most umpys are thankful that the word "ball" has no S in it.

From the first bounce until the end of the game there is a 100 minute game consisting of the aforementioned 36 men attempting to do things to each other that would be considered outrageous at a Mexican Donkey Show.

Scores are earned by kicking the ball between 4 posts at either end of the ground, yes 4. A player earns 6 points (a goal) for kicking the ball between the two highest posts in the centre of the 4 posts, and he scores 1 point (a behind) for missing the big posts but still managing to not miss all the posts.

Talent and co-ordination are not requirements to play Australian Rules Football. It is slightly tougher than Draughts but a smidgeon under Backgammon in toughness.

It is a game adored by 1/2 the country and hated by the other half. The collective IQ of the former is 12.

Hate Australian Rules Football even if you've never seen a game, it saves time later on.
I'm not a homosexual but I once AFL'd a guy who is.
by The Real Everlovin' Antichrist February 26, 2005
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