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Yes, simply, when you want to say yes, you say nah yeh.
Keen for another beer? Nah, yeh! Jane Citizen
Upset or moody
Don't get narky with me mate. Damien Bond
Nervous like a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs
You're like a cat in a room full of rocking chairs. james richards
Never let the truth get in the way of a good story
Lie if it sounds better
Never let the truth get in the way of a good story. Belinda Walkom
even further out than woop woop, a place where you dont want go, too far away from civilisation, cities.
Did you go to never never on your big tour? Harald Klette
Stole, pinched, flogged
Struth someone "nicked" the eski out of the back of me ute! Stuart
The fine print or details of something
Make sure you check the nitty-gritty. William Poche
Silly or foolish person
Geez, you’re a nitwit aren't ya!? Ryan Sorensen
It doesn't matter / It's ok / Sure you can
Hey mate, can I borrow your trailer next weekend? "No worries." Shellee
There are a lot of Noah's in the water in South Australia. Ryan Sorensen
I gotta wear a noose in my new job. George R. Smith
Not happy, Jan!
Used when someone is unhappy with another person or thing.
y power bill has gone up for the fourth time this year — not happy, Jan! George R. Smith
Not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
Someone that’s not very bright, or is bit slow.
He will get it eventually, he's just not the sharpest knife in the drawer. joanne hodder
Microwave or to microwave something.
Your dinner is cold, you’ll have to nuke it. Ryan Sorensen