MeaningA lazy person
Used in a sentenceHe's a useless layabout.
MeaningRhyming slang for head
Used in a sentenceThe cricket ball hit him right in the lemon spread.
Like a bandicoot on a burnt ridge
Meaningto be alone
Used in a sentenceAt lunchtime, the new boy at school, was like a bandicoot on a burnt ridge.
Like a bucket of prawns in the sun
Used in a sentenceWho farted? It smells like a bucket of prawns in the sun in here!
Like a frog in a sock
MeaningTo lose one's temper
Used in a sentenceOh mate, the missus went off like a frog in a sock when she saw the mess I left in the garage.
MeaningAs if! / Yeah right!
Used in a sentenceHe thinks he'll get away with it. Like fun he will.
Used in a sentenceI'm just going to pop some lippie on and then we can go!
Used in a sentenceJohno' was happy when Kylie lobbed up to his party.
MeaningAn Australian $20 note (called a lobster because it is orange in colour)
Used in a sentenceMate can you lend us a lobster, I left my wallet at home!
Used in a sentenceHey, you've turned lobster
Used in a sentenceGonna buy a bag of lollies while I'm at the shop
Long as a wet weekend
MeaningA very long time
Used in a sentenceWaiting for you felt as long as a wet weekend.
Used in a sentenceWhere’s your loo?
Lost the plot
MeaningTo be beyond normal reasoning
Used in a sentenceThat bloke doesn't know what he's talking about, he's lost the plot!
Lower than a snakes belly
MeaningSomeone that is not of good character.
Used in a sentenceDon't trust that bloke, he's lower than a snakes belly.
MeaningLycra wearing males at the gym
Used in a sentenceMate there were too many lycra louts to get a machine.