An Australian term for hailing and attracting attention, perhaps etymologically related to Ahoy , a term with similar meaning in the nautical/pirate lexicon
Oii, mate, where do you thing you are going with me sheila?
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Dumbass: ouch, I just walked into that door

Other Guy: Oii
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orgasmic incorporated industriousness
The sexspecialist and I heard footsteps on the stairs and the rhymical functioning of our oii ceased due to the employees of the company being made redundant and having to be laid off immediately
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Term used mainly by Australians, namely as a means to acquire somebody elses attention.
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Surprisingly disappointed or in a heated situation.
Oiy, I just got hit from the building
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Friend 'I just bought a brand new corvette.'
You 'Oiy!'
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Oii oii, saveloy. A young bantaclaus once googled what a saveloy was in a chip shop in poole, it was a red sausage, that bantaclaus was called Ben. And so the phrase was born. OII OII SAVELOYYY
Oii oii saveloy
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