Posted: Aug 18, 2007 6:40 am |
Edited by: The Troll
Have you tried for years to understand what a New Zealander is trying to
Now you can with these easy to follow guidelines.
Hopefully these will help you to finally hold a conversation with a New
What they say - What it really means
AMEDGEN - Visualise, Conjure up mentally.
John Lennon's first solo Album "Imagine"
(It was a Bug Hut in the "Land of the Long White Cloud").
BETTING - "Betting Gloves" are worn by "Betsmen"
BRIST - Part of the human anatomy between the
"Nick" and the "Billy".
BUGGER - As in..."Mine is bugger then yours"
CHULLY BUN - "Chilly Bin" also known as ESKY.
COME YOUSE - Controversial captain of the Australian Cricket
team resigned tearully in favour of Allan Border.
"Come" insisted that all deliveries be overarm.
Full Name: Kimberley John Hughes.
DIMMER KRETZ - Those who believe in Democracy.
ERROR BUCK - Language spoken in countries like "Surria",
"E-Jupp" and "Libernon".
EKKA DYMOCKS - University Staff.
GUESS - Flammable vapour used in stoves.
CHICK OUT CHUCKS - Supermarket point of sale operators.
SENDLES - Sandles, thongs and open shoes.
COLOUR - Terminator, violent forecloser of human life.
CUSS - Kiss.
DUCK HID - Term of abuse directed mainly at males.
PHAR LAP - NZ's famous horse christened "Philip" but was
incorrectly written down as "Phar Lap" by an
Australian. (Racing official who was not well versed
DUNNESTY - 1980's USA television soap operat that starred
Joan Collins as "Elixirs Kerrungton".
ERROR ROUTE - Arnott's famous oval shaped "mulk error route buskets".
FITTER CHENEY - A type of long flat pasta. Not to be confused with
"Rugger Tony" or "Tell ya Tilly".