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Discussion in 'Evolution of Language' started by Kevin Matthew, Feb 5, 2015.
What about “LIKE” being every second word as well @Steve North
What about the very old Aussie saying ....As useful as a sore bum to a boundary rider
Like, I know what you are saying about like... Like, it's well, like just the other day l was like walking and like this person came to me and like he asked like...... (and it goes on and on ) ... like annoying.. like you know what I mean...
Yes, like is used way too often and mostly by the younger group...
What ever happened to people speaking properly ???? A thing of the past … ….. Like, you know something ??
Eat those grits.
Has anyone noticed no one on Says YES anymore ..even TV presenters say Yeh ...
We need Judge Judy to teach everyone the word is YES
There is some classic bush slang Kate. That is one.
This is another. "as miserable as a bandicoot"
We stand out like a sore thumb with our unusual sayings ( slang ) don’t we Craig
Yep Kate. Pure classics.
" a sandwich short of a picnic", " as useful as a one legged man in a bum kicking competition".
Remember all those Jacky Jacky quotes / years ago we dare not repeat now days
No. Post one.
No way ...I’d be strung out to dry ...
OK...… We have one up here that goes like this.... When people are lying to you.... you tell them ……...
If sh*t was worth a buck a pound, you'd be a millionaire ...
Somebody that was lefthanded we used to refer to them as ……………… A Southpaw ……..
Game as Ned Kelly ………..
That's me, right brained, left handed.