English Australia

not here to fuck spiders

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

An Australian way of saying "we're not here to do nothing".

"Should we start the meeting?" "Well, we’re not here to fuck spiders, are we?"

Confirmed by 13 people

English Australia


Word USED On Occasion BY Some People

A short form of the word chicken, especially referring to a cooked chicken.

"The Christmas chook is almost ready!"

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English Australia


Word USED On Occasion BY Some People

Short form of the word 'relative'; a family member. Plural form would be "relos".

"I visited the rellos in Hanoi recently."

English Australia


Acronym USED Very frequently BY Everyone

AFL is an acronym for Australian Football League, Australia's main competition in the sport of 'Australian football'. It can also be used to refer to the sport itself.

"What AFL team do you support?"

English Australia


Abbreviation USED Very frequently BY Most People

A short form of McDonald's.

"Do you want to go to Maccas?"

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English Australia


Abbreviation USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

A very shortened version of "What's going on?", used in the way of asking someone what they're up to or how they are.

"Hey Gaz, scarnon mate? Been busy?"

"Hello Gary, what's going on? Have you been busy?"

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English Australia


Slang USED On Occasion BY Some People

(adj.) • severely damaged or very drunk

"After that wreck, his car was completely munted." "He's too munted to speak!"

Confirmed by 3 people

English | Australian English Australia


Slang USED In the past BY Teens

Used to describe the state of being by yourself, not knowing anyone.

"Chemistry would be so much better if I weren't Nigel."


English Australia

the Rona

Slang USED Frequently BY Most People

(n.) • Aussies often refer to coronavirus as the Rona, or just Rona. We abbreviate/shorten so many words, guess it's not a surprise we've shortened this too.

"Steve caught The Rona when he went overseas so now he's in isolation for two weeks".

Confirmed by 7 people



English Australia


Slang USED Very frequently BY Everyone

Australian English: informal, "how are you?". Abbreviation of "How is it going?"

" 'sitgoin Bob?" "Mate, my car's carked it." "Mate."

"How are you, Bob?" "My car has died." "I'm sorry."

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English Australia

hey cunt

Standard Phrase USED Frequently BY Young boys

Friendly way to say hello. Appropriate choice of audience is a must.

"Hey cunt, what's going on?"

Confirmed by 3 people