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"Aussie lingo, Australian slang or 'strine' as it is sometimes called, is a colourful language. Can you pick the meanings of the Aussie words/sayings in the following multiple choice questions?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
If you're "flat out as a lizard drinking" you are what?
If you had "a few roo's loose in the top paddock", what would you be?
What is "aerial ping-pong"?
Australian Rules Football
Beach Volley ball
If you're "cactus", you're what?
If you've got a "bad case of the trots" what is wrong with you?
You've got tinea
You've got diarrhoea
You've got to run everywhere
You've got to ride a horse
If you're "out the back of Bourke", where are you?
A long way from a populated area
Very nearly back home
If you're as useful as "hip pockets on a singlet" how useful are you?
You're "like a f*rt in a bottle", means what?
You can't keep still
You have no sense of smell
You smell awful
You can't stop talking
What's a "cackleberry"?
Another name for an egg
Another name for a kiwi fruit
A type of strawberry
A type of olive
If you "come a gutser", what's happened to you?
You've eaten too much
You've thrown up
You've had an accident
You've gotten fatter
What are, colloquially, "after darks"?
What would you describe as a "dog's breakfast"?
A lousy breakfast
A real mess
What happens if you "cark it"?
You crash your car
You win a prize
You fix your car
If you "haven't got a brass razoo" what's your situation?
You've got no heart
You've got no idea
If "you're not within cooee", where are you?
Not even close
Not far away
In the neighbor's yard
"Rissole" is a colloquial term for an RSL Club. What do the letters RSL stand for?
Retired Sailors League
Rugby Services League
Returned Soccer League
Returned Services League
If things are "crook in Muswellbrook" what's the situation?
In Australia, Queensland and New South Wales particularly, what are "Mexicans"?
People from south of the border
People from any overseas country
People from New Zealand
People without a job
If you're as "rough as bags" what are you like?
Ribald, but cute
Cute and/or cuddly
Big and/or beautiful
Rude or ugly
What, in rhyming slang, are your "Warwicks"?
Your next door neighbours
If you're "as crook as Rookwood" what is your physical state?
If someone asked you to "take a butchers at this", what would they want you to do?
Take a look at something
Slice something up
Take to something with a butchers knife
If something has gone "walkabout" what has happened to it?
It has been sold
It has been given away
It has been hijacked
It has disappeared
"Don't come the raw prawn with me" means what?
Don't try to give me seafood
Don't try to deceive me
Don't try to feed me raw prawns
Don't come near me with those prawns
What are you doing if you use the "bush telegraph"?
Communicating on the telephone
Communicating by word of mouth
Communicating over the radio
Communicating using sign language
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