The wonderful Australian accent

As people often mistake the New Zealand accent for the Australian, I thought to teach you all how to speak Australian! For best effect, read these aloud. And be safe in the knowledge I sound nothing like this! And this is all in good jest.

Enjoy!

Milbun – Capital of Victoria
Peck – To fill a suitcase
Pissed aside – Chemical which kills insects
Pigs – For hanging out washing
Pug – Large animal with curly tail
Nin tin dough – Computer game
Munner stroney – Soup
Min – Male of the species
Mess Kara – Eye makeup
McKennock – Person who fixes cars
Mere – Mayor
Leather – Foam produced from soap
Lift – Departed
Kiri Pecker – Famous Australian businessman
Kittle crusps – Potato chips
Ken’s – Cairns
Jumbo – Pet name for someone called Jim
Jungle Bills – Christmas Carol
Inner me – Enemy
Guess – Vapour
Fush – Marine creatures
Fitter cheney – Type of pasta
Ever cardeau – Avocado
Fear hear – Blonde
Ear – Mix of nitrogen and oxygen
Ear roebucks – Exercise at gym
Duffy cult – Not easy
Amejen – Visualise
Day old chuck – Very young poultry
Bug hut – Popular recording
Bun button – Been bitten by an insect
Beard – A place to sleep
Chully bin – Esky
Sucks peck – Half a dozen beers
Ear New Zealand – An extinct airline
Beers – Large savage animals found in U.S. forests
One doze – Well known computer program
Sex – One less than seven
Iggs ecktly – Precisely
Beggage chucken – Place to leave your luggage at the airport

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