Posted 29 October 2015 - 02:33 PM
Rough, inarticulate, lazy – the Australian language is many things, but there is one thing it is not: drunk.
Australians are famous for their innovative butchering of the English language, both in the addition of new creative words and the shortening of old favourites.
It’s common knowledge that AFL stalwarts only ever call their game ‘footy’, not ‘football’. Likewise, only a true Australian speaker understands the meaning of the phrase: ‘yeah, nah’.
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