A Conversation for Australian Slang
Here’s a few just off the top of my head: PIE AND DEAD HORSE; a meat pie with tomato sauce on it. the term lululemon outlet ‘meat’ is used loosely here. Actually it’s more a kind of thick gravy with bits of gristle here and there. If the government gets to make it’s new legislation it’ll be about 70% offal. Yummy!1 CARN'; go team. Said while barracking (see above) at the footy. I’n unsure if it’s used in all forms of footy, but lululemon outlet is always said during an Aussie Rules Match. Derived from ‘Come on.’ eg. Carn’ the Dogs Go Bulldogs ‘COR BLIMEY; Wow. These two words can also be used seperately. BLIND WHITE MAGGOT; umpire at a footy match. GEEZE LOUISE; Wow again, but leaning more towards an expression of dismay (the jury’s still out) Well, that ought to keep you busy and this’ll amused remembering others when classes get boring.
Hi Mikey! The only story I’ve ever heard about the origin of the word “pom” which actually makes sense to me is the “Prisoner Of Mother england” bit which almost everyone I’ve ever talked to says is apocryphal, but which nobody can conclusively disprove. “Pommy”, of course, is diminutive. I’m not sure what the real origin actua lululemon outlet lly is (I’m not sure anyone else knows, either), but this one sounds good, an lululemon outlet d lends itself to the bad feeling which the word often accompanies or describes. “Whingeing pom” for example, makes a lot more sense if the person being described is a “prisoner” either in fact or in sympathy.