23 Funny Aussie Slang Examples That Need Translation To English

Australia is the same. You haven’t truly experienced Australia until you’ve had a chat with a random bogan in a bluey, durry in hand while smashing down a tinny in his stubbies and thongs. If you’re lucky, he might let you help yourself to the contents of his esky, chuck a snag or two on the barbie and discuss whether he reckons the pies have got a chance of winning the flag this year. (Pro tip: the pies are a bunch of sooks and sheilas, catters all the way mate). #2 Durry: A cigarette, usually of the Winny Gold or PJ 30s variety. But never menthols. That shit’ll give you cancer. Tinny: A can of ice-cold beer, often a VB, …

Emojis on license plates? LOL it’s about to be a thing

(CNN)Emojis already light up text messages, social media, advertisements, even a movie. Now they’re about to hit Australian roads. “You can support your favorite team or your favorite town with a symbol on your number plate and using an emoji is no different,” she told CNN affiliate Seven Network. Soon you will be able to add a little character to your plate! 😉 To celebrate the launch of Emoji Plates we’re giving away an Iphone Xs Max plus an Emoji prize pack worth $200 (Total prize value $2k)! 😎 So come on, what are you waiting for? 😍 Click the link in our bio and come up with a combination that makes us 😂 or 😀 to win! . . …

Zoo runs competition, where you can name a snake after your ex

Get a snake named after your ex.Image: Getty Images You might already describe an ex as a snake. So why not name a reptile after them? An Australian zoo has launched a competition where you can do just that, allowing for a brown snake named after your former lover as its top prize. SEE ALSO: Welp, someone basically made that ‘Black Mirror’ dating app The competition run by Wild Life Sydney requires entrants to explain why their ex deserves it, and also donate to its conservation fund, which aims to help Australian native wildlife by funding research and educational programs.  The zoo’s general manager, Mark Connolly, said in a statement that the competition could give “someone unlucky in love … …