innit? Corruption of the query Ain't it? Isn't it?
Irish. Rhyming slang for wig. From Irish jig.
jack of. Sick of, fed up with.
jack up. Be obstinate, refuse to do something, spit the dummy.
Joe Blake. Rhyming slang for snake.
Johnny Horner. Rhyming slang for corner. To hook around the Johnny Horner is to run around the corner.
Australian Slang Guide
happy as Larry. Extremely happy, without a care in the world.
hard yacker. Also hard yakka. Hard work.
hassle. v. Give problems, complications or aggravations, as in Don't hassle me, mate.
hassles. n. Problems, complications, aggravations, as in I got into a lot of hassles, or Spare me the hassles.
homestead. Main residence on a sheep or cattle station (ranch or farm).
hooroo. Goodbye, see you later
iffy. Doubtful, depending on circumstances.
illywhacker. A con man who used to prey on the gullible at country shows and fairs.
Let's Talk Australia and Let's Talk New Zealand have teamed up with Horizon Holidays to offer RVing in the South Pacific. We can combine your free and easy paced motor home experiences with sprinkles of "do not miss" activities. This is the perfect way for the independent travelers to explore Down Under.
Spring Break in New Zealand!
How to be the most AWESOME Parents ever!
This spring break take your kids exploring in New Zealand on a trip they will remember forever. Not only will they think that you are the most awesome parents ever, but they won't cost you a cent! This Springboard Vacations exclusive offer is valid for travel in April and May 2008.
10 Days in New Zealand from
$1999 for each grownup and $ 0 for Kids!
Price is per person based on 2 adults and 2 children (aged 0 to 11 years) traveling together. Package code: 71219WG01 Includes GST in New Zealand. Valid for travel 01 April through 31 May 2008. Must be purchased by 15 February 2008. Seats are limited & subject to availability. Does not include government charges and taxes on airfares (approx $250 per person). Restrictions apply.