S is for
November 14, 2008 by 5 Comments
Abbreviation: ‘a day’s sick leave’
‘I’m not going to work tomorrow, I’m going to chuck a sickie’
(especially in New Zealand) very pleased; elated
‘I’m stoked we beat South Africa in the rugby last night‘
375mL bottle of beer.
*few stubbies short of a six-pack [mentally slow]
Also [Darwin stubbie]
Resident of Western Australia
Origin: Sand-burrowing desert insect
A girl or girlfriend, a woman.
Origin: Shelah as anglicised spelling of the Irish Gaelic Sile, and it was probably the large number of Irish migrants to Australia that led to this common Irish name becoming a general term for a ‘woman’.
Even non-smokers have smoko, it just means stop to eat or have a coffee
New Zealand competition exemplifying courage and commitment
To vomit [verb]
Alternate acronym: Sensitive new Age Guy
Australian slang and pronunciation
To buy a round of drinks