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An Australian expression of mateship, celebration and affirmation. Typically used at social functions and barbecues, or to build rapport with strangers on public transport. Not to be confused with the phrase 'fair lunch of the lamb' - a much-scorned English phrase.

Also commonly used to express appreciation for someone who's overcome great adversity.
Phil was feeling out of place at a barbecue where everyone should feel welcome. He exclaimed 'fair bite of the beef' - to the delight of all present. The room erupted and was soon regarded as the number 1 larrikin and a general lush of a man. Many beers and salutations were offered.
by nadiaandtheboys December 10, 2017
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