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But I’ve heard every one of these more than once in my life and in my mind, they’re the best bits about Australian slang. It’s a messy little mish-mash of words and exclamations, but that’s why God (or was it Steve Jobs? If a guy asks you out, but is vague about a day, place and time, that’s not a REAL date. Let’s say you’ve been texting with a great guy all week and on Wednesday he said, “Let’s meet this weekend.It takes several dates to find out if a man is really interested.Paying attention to what he does to win you over is the only thing that matters.
Hold off falling in love until you know who this guy really is. When he follows through on promises and what he says, then he’s worth seeing again.And like all Australian slang, it bounces from the imaginative to the painfully unoriginal.These ones always make people laugh and there are a few here I rarely use. There’s a good chance that enigmatic piece of Australian slang that’s had you scratching your head can be found below.You may notice that Australians are a sometimes coarse people, and that is true of Australian slang and of dating in Australia.We’re not afraid to call a spade a spade and a prawn a prawn, nor do we shy away from discussing our sexual exploits with our mates.
You can say yes, then keep connecting with other men.