Fortea Morgana :) PeteByrdie certificated Princess
- Jul 14, 2014
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- An Eochair
arvo and wotcha have taken root in this house.
'No worries' is a broad spectrum term that can be applied to most situations. ''Can I borrow your car mate?'' ''Sure, no worries.''Although a Brit, I have adopted the Aussie phrase 'no worries' myself.
I first heard it from an Aussie I worked with. He was the most laid-back guy I ever worked with. He wore sunglasses all year round, too.
The Aussie I knew had a good reason for wearing dark glasses all day, every day. He'd done a bit of welding when younger, without wearing the appropriate goggles. Damaged his retinas permanently.'No worries' is a broad spectrum term that can be applied to most situations. ''Can I borrow your car mate?'' ''Sure, no worries.''
''Fuck, I've just been fired, but no worries, I'll get another job next week.'' It's highly adaptable and most useful.
Our youngest son had the bad habit of leaving his sunglasses on his head, indoors and at night. That is until my wife says to him one evening ''Why do you have your sunglasses on your head at night?'' and my answer to that was ''Because it's always sunny in Doucheville.'' He no longer wears his sunglasses at night.
Only for the uninitiated, that is those who've never played 'Goon of Fortune'. Perhaps this instructional video shall do the traditional game more justice than I ever could (and remember, Fruity Lexia makes ya sexier)!Does the name "goondrinker" require an explanation here?
"pushing sting" lol .. qualityMany years ago one of my colleagues copped off with an Aussie bird. They repaired to his boudoir and started the Whoopee! Machine.
My pal thought he was upholding the reputation of the ***** Police as he engaged her spiritedly from the rear. Right up to the point where she looked back at him over her shoulder, and uttered the words that left him pushing string:
“Have ya slimed yit?”
She they/need a tennis racket.Even the birds here want you dead:
Cyclist dies after being swooped by a magpie in Wollongong