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How to Speak Australian -- loads of the Aussie slang is Brit slang too.

Aussie slang

"Full as a goog" Meaning: Extremely drunk, or unable to eat any more because you are full. 'Goog', abbreviated from 'googie', comes from 'Scots goggie', a child’s word for egg. Some other Australian phrases in the same sense:

•*♥☼•*¨`Happy Australia Day!!•*¨`•*♥☼. For those of you who don't live in this Wonderful Country, a Barbie is a Bar-b-que. But Hey we

Happy Australia Day 26th Jan 2015

Santa and sleigh, delivering presents to Australia children, with his six white boomers (white kangaroos).

Santa and sleigh, delivering presents to Australia children, with his six white boomers (white kangaroos). Thank you dear Becky.

Aussie lingo

Don't be a "drop kick" (Aussie footy rules (AFL) term for kicking the ball, but also Aussie slang for one who is, let's say. Test your Aussie slang knowledge!

AUSSIE WORD OF THE DAY:   "Good on ya!" (not always followed by "mate", but couldn't resist because I thought it fit the photo.) Used to express "good job", or as a way of saying "thanks". #yankinaustralia #australia #aussielingo

AUSSIE WORD OF THE DAY: "Good on ya!" (not always followed by "mate", but couldn't resist because I thought it fit the photo.) Used to express "good job", or as a way of saying "thanks". #yankinaustralia #australia #aussielingo

AUSSIE WORD OF THE DAY: In the States this is a "cooler". In Australia, it's an "eski". #yankinaustralia #australia #aussielingo

Though it's spelt 'esky'

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