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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by MajorBloodnok » Wed Dec 14, 2016 1:21 pm

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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by MajorBloodnok » Thu Dec 15, 2016 12:55 pm

Addressed to the silent Aussies of our Forum:

G'day mates, :)

I had not anticipated that some, most?, all of you?, might take offence
at the fact that these videos poking fun at Aussies are presented
by Indians of all people. :o

One Aussie definitely did as he told me to rack off. :cry:

No offence intended.
I sincerely hope that most of you have preserved a healthy sense of humour. :mrgreen:

If any Aussie should be in doubt as to my stance on illegal migrants
or the immigration of muslims in particular, :guns: I can assure you that I fully support
the policy of the present Australian government! :thumb:
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have doubts.
I could easily have posted heaps of similar poster messages!
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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by robcar » Thu Dec 15, 2016 12:59 pm

It's a damn shame the British Government don't have the same idea's.

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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by deepee » Thu Dec 15, 2016 8:31 pm

The means may be likened to a seed ,the end to a tree;
And there is just the same inviolable connection between the means and the end
as there is between the seed and the tree.
............. Mohandas Karamchand GANDHI

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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by MajorBloodnok » Sat Dec 24, 2016 6:39 pm

G'day mates! :)

Wishing All AUSSIES On This Forum :thumb:

a MERRY CHRISTMAS

&

a HAPPY NEW YEAR! :cheers:

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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by kirkyboy » Sat Feb 25, 2017 4:03 pm

MajorBloodnok wrote:G'day, :)

No ockers in Thailand? :o

I doubt it! Perhaps they are too lazy or just don't fancy teaching
foreigners their secret lingo? :?

So I'll have to post some info for interested forum members: :thumb:

Lesson No. 1



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Re: Aussie Talk

Post by keepitfun » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:50 am

MajorBloodnok wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2016 5:28 pm
G'day,

this thread seems to have died like my ill-fated music thread.
Wonder if I can revive it.

I have finally ditched my illusional dream of ever learning Japanese, in this life anyway!
It's a 24/7 enterprise. No more time for Facebook or anything else.
Also you have to live in Japan for some time and/or should be married to a Japanese. :roll:

Instead, I hope to learn some Thai, and concentrate on improving my strine. :mrgreen:
As a non-ozzy you do have to learn Aussie slang.
Not even a genius like Einstein could guess that "the dogs are barking" can also
mean "my feet are sore, hurting or tired". :o

Hope to have drawn the attention of some ockers to this thread. :)

Oorah, :D

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OK, I'll bite but I had to ask an old mate - a lot of the rhyming slang is dying out in Aus.

My dogs are barking

Dogs meat = Feet

My feet are barking?

Barking (Mad ) = bad

My feet are bad.

There is a brand of shoe we see occasionally "Hush Puppies" could be a link?

I have not seen those educational videos - thanks for sharing. Some years ago when the company I worked for set up call centres in India, we had the operators watch a movie called "The Castle" for a bit of culture and pronunciation - if you have a spare couple of hours it's worth a look.

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