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A couple of sandwiches short of a picnic
Someone who does things without thinking
I think that person is a couple of sandwiches short of a picnic, did you see what they just did? Joanne Hodder
a stubbie short of a six pack
Someone who is a bit crazy
He's a stubbie short of a six pack, that bloke. Adam Power
There were heaps of ambos flying up the main road after a big car accident. Shellee
A young child
Heaps of ankle biters in that park Maorriyan Santoso
To lose one's temper
Jacko arc'd up at Kev, he was that furious. Gavin Begbie
Are your ears painted on?
Somebody who does not listen
I was talking to you......are your ears painted on? Leoni Aitchison
Want to come over this arvo? Marcus Rummler
As crook as Rookwood
Very sick. Rookwood is an old cemetery in Sydney.
I'm feeling as crook as Rookwood so should go and see the doctor. Shellee
Saturday, 10 November 2012 Australian batsman Dean Jones has said that while the ongoing Australia vs. South Africa Test series will be a 'ripper', there are still wide concerns about the batting order in the Aussie team.
Dean Jones says: "concerns prevalent over 'AUSSIE MIGHT' in ongoing Test series" Aussie Might
Av a go
To try something.
It won't hurt you, av a go at it. Kerry Walsh