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Kangaroos in the top paddock
To act, think, or behave in an eccentric, foolish, or nonsensical manner
Did you see that bloke doing a wheelie at that intersection? Must have a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock! ILDI WETHERELL
Keep your shirt on!
Hold your temper, stay calm
Keep ya' shirt on, he's only kidding. George R. Smith
restraint or preventing
to put the kibosh on an idea Alex Byrne
Doing really well; achieving to a high standard; making the best of your situation
Besides being a competent video gamer, James was constantly killing it at the gym as well. Nick Hadland
King oath mate, exactly! Ryan Sorensen
I'd love to come over for the barbie, but I am absolutely knackered! Jessica Nielsen
Knock it off
A phrase used to put an end to an argument
How about you blokes knock it off, shake hands and get on with it. Evan Kwong
To finish work for the day (also a copy of an object that sells for less than the original)
Let's knock off and hit the pub!
Knock yourself out
Go ahead and do what you want to
Can I have a muffin? Go ahead, knock yourself out. Milli