Whenever someone is complaining about their mate, this sarcastic, simple reply reflects the fact that they chose to be their friend, and should have to put up with whatever annoying stuff they do. For an intensifier, fucken is added into the middle.
Tony: Michael is being such a tool, he keeps taking my cereal.
Adam: Your mate.

Sean: God, I'm so fucking sick of Alex, he keeps cramping my style at parties by cockblocking me.
Pete: He's your mate Sean. Your fucken mate.
by Dr. Sarcophagus September 14, 2009
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A way of speaking ill about someone that you know to another person. No one ever wants to be your mate. Use accompanied by a shaking negatively of the head. Quite often followed up by "Na, he is your mate" and a small argument on who's mate the person actually is.
Shaun say something stupid
Me to owen : Shaun is your mate
Owen: Na, he is your mate
Me: No one he even looks like you........
by Huw Bhoy May 28, 2015
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Or simply shortened to 'your mate?'
Is a phrase coined by the youth of sydney's north shore directed to someone that chimes in to a conversation/facebook status that is unwanted and/or completely unexpected.

Used to exclude the person and make them look like they don't belong in the situation i.e. to ask another person sarcastically "is he your mate" so as to say "WTF is he doing and is he even your mate?"

Thus make them realise they have completely chimed in unwanted.
Jack: "So yeah I was fucking Maia last night-"

Random: "YEAH I did her the other day too"

*Awkward Silence*

Jake: -pointing at random- "Is he your mate?"
by JayRaow December 06, 2010
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Basically all you do is kiss your girl on October 31 and don’t be a sissy and not do it.
“Ouuhhhh it’s national kiss your mate day I’ll be right back I gotta kid my girl
by User345678910 October 30, 2019
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A phrase used to signify that the subject has little to no support on their opinion
Jimmy: I think that we should all get more homework
John: All your mates are backing you up, trust me!
by Pavement Misuse September 10, 2018
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