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Aussie Hugs and Champagne Kisses

champagne kissesRegardless of the holiday you celebrate, it can be a busy (and stressful). This holiday let’s choose the following:

Give the gift of your undivided attention – turn off technology, look people in the eyes and have a great conversation with someone you value this holiday season.

Donate your time 

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Get Productive: Celebrate like an Aussie

I still call Australia Home Australia Day is January 26 and commemorates the establishment of the first settlement at Port Jackson, Sydney, in 1788.  The whole country celebrates, especially Sydney, to mark the beginning of British occupation of Australia. For all our American friends… it is like your 4th of July Independence Day celebrations!…

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Not fussed

Not fussed means not worried; not particular about which alternative is chosen.…

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plonk

Plonk means cheap wine.…

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pack of bludgers

Pack of bludgers is a remark used to show contempt for others.…

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quit harping

Quit harping means stop nagging.…

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Air between the ears

Air between the ears means to be slow, unintelligent.…

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backwater

Kinda like back o’f Bourke but backwater means an unsophisticated, remote place.…

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Back o’ Bourke

Back o’ Bourke is any remote, isolated place.…

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bingle

Bingle means a minor car accident.…

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Posted in Aussie Slang by Neen James.