After that vindaloo last night I was left damaging the doulton for ages
uze is all dardy, unna
oh no! we're out of date roll
short for the name Darren
What's for lunch? Dog's eyes and dead 'orse [meat pies and tomato sauce].
George R. Smith
Deliver the goods
Deliver what was promised.
Yeah they always deliver the goods, even if they're finding it a little tricky!
Derived from the word 'derelict'. Means an unkept person.
Get a job you bloody derro!
To be devastated or upset about something.
I'm sick mate, and won't make it to the party tonight. Totally devo.
An authentic afternoon tea made up of Devonshire Tea, Scones, Cream and Jam
This arvo I'm off out with the family to enjoy a lovely Devonshire!!
The digger's fought in world war 2
Yeah mate it's dinki-di, I've got one myself!
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Got some dirty bird for dinner....
Term given to kitchen staff who wash the dishes
How many dish lickers have we got tonight?
Usually means a canine/dog.
The dish lickers ate the roast, while it was defrosting on the table! (The bloody dogs ate our roast.) I done me dough on the dish lickers last night! (I lost money betting on the Greyhound races.)
Do a Bradbury
When an underdog comes from behind, against all odds, to snatch an unexpected victory, usually due to an element of luck or good fortune.
Did you see Wazza pull off a Bradbury in that race?
Do bugger all
To do absolutely nothing
I'm going to do bugger all this weekend, been a bloody busy week!
Do the bolt
He did the bolt before I could speak to him!
Do the Harold Holt
Get away from somewhere with speed
Once I realised that, I did the Harold Holt!
Do their nut
To throw a tantrum
They do their nut over that!
Do ya 'nana!
Aussie slang for "going bananas" or tantrum.
They got so angry they did their 'nana!
Do ya' block
Explode with rage
Don't do ya' block said Davo' to his fiance when he was late for their wedding.
any other chicken franchise
Just had some dodgy bird, I'm full mate.
First of all you're going to clean up your room, it looks like a dog's breakfast!
'Goin' down the corner shop for a dog's eye"
Don't get off ya bike
It is not the biggest problem in the world
Hey mate, its only a scratch, don't get off ya bike about it
Don't know him from a bar of soap
Not having any idea who someone is
That guy over there? I don't know him from a bar of soap
Don't make a mountain out of a mole hill
Don't exaggerate a situation into more than it is.
Its no big deal, she's just making a mountain out of a mole hill.
Done like a dinner
over and done with, finished, completed
That's all finished, done like a dinner.
Done the dash
Term used at cessation of job, life and various other situations.
He's done the dash in that job mate.
Engine of a car or truck
My new Holden's got a V8 donk.
Riding pillion on a push bike
Jack gave me a double up to the pub.
A phrase used when someone is fired up or angry.
Down Bessy! You need to calm down.
Down the gurgler
Wasted effort, to go down the drainpipe.
We got a bit of a bum steer, now the whole thing is down the gurgler.
term given to someone who does something of silly nature
What did you do that for ya drongo!
Someone who isn't very smart and hasn't made it very far in life.
Some dropkick squashed a pie on my seat.
Dry as a dead dingo
My throat is as dry as a dead dingo!
the best / same as "cat's pyjamas" or "bee's knees"
these were the duck's guts when they first came out
George R. Smith
I'm just going to duck into the dunny, be out in a sec.