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I’m goin to maccas for a chew and spew Ryan Sorensen
Make a bird of it
Make something happen properly and well
Go and make a bird of it. Belinda Walkom
Used as an expression of fondness for a person or in preference of some ones name
Good on ya mate. Evan Young
A special price for close friends or family
How about you do it for mate’s rates, and I'll buy you some coldies? Barrie Lamond
Chuck ya matilda in the back of the ute before you head over. Rebecca Millard
A 285 ml glass (10 fl oz) in Sydney, Canberra and Perth. Also called a 'half pint'.
Can I have a middy or beer thanks. Damien Bond
I'll be with you in a minny wanita coman
A person’s wife or girlfriend.
I'm taking the missus out for their birthday. Lisa McCarthy
Our moggie is good at catching mice. L Cropley
There are mozzies everywhere tonight. travel bug
A mild put down when referring to someone.
Have a go, you mug! Shellee
Oh bugger, its Mundy! Ryan Sorensen
Muscles like a chicken’s insteps
Someone that’s skinny.
He’s got muscles like chicken’s insteps. joanne hodder
The best brekky is mushies on toast. John Sydney
Downtime or the act of resting
I'm going back to mine for a muzz Nick Hadland