查找任意词语,比如 swag

7 definitions by aussie.elle

 
1.
A female name. Usually pronounced "Ell", but sometimes pronounced "Ellie". The name can also be a shortened version of names such as Eloise and Eleanor.
Andrew: Hey Elle!

Elle: Hi Andrew!
作者 aussie.elle 2008年5月26日
 
2.
THGOMB stands for The Hot Guys On My Bus. Used to refer to, you guessed it... the hot guys on your bus. Especially good if you don't want other people to hear you talking about them. When you say it, say each letter (i.e. tee-aych-gee-oh-em-bee).
Sarah: OMG, did you hear what happened on the way home from school yesterday?

Kate: No, what happened?!

Sarah: One of the THGOMBs asked me out!!!!

Kate: AWESOME! I'm so jealous haha!
作者 aussie.elle 2008年5月25日
 
3.
THGOMB stands for The Hot Guys On My Bus. Used to refer to, you guessed it... the hot guys on your bus. Especially good if you don't want other people to hear you talking about them. When you say it, say each letter (i.e. tee-aych-gee-oh-em-bee).
Sarah: OMG, did you hear what happened with THGOMB?

Kate: No, what happened?!

Sarah: One of the THGOMBs asked me out!!!!

Kate: AWESOME! I'm so jealous haha!
作者 aussie.elle 2008年5月23日
 
4.
An country town on the West Coast of South Australia. It's about 100km from Ceduna, and is about 7.5 hours away from Adelaide. It's a very Australian place - everyone is friendly, there are lots of farms/farmers there, and everyone knows each other in that-country-town-way.

Also home to the Wirrulla pub, the inland Jetty, the Wirrulla General Store, and a caravan park.

You have to watch out for the kangaroos and sleepy lizards though.
"Where are you going in the holidays?"
"Wirrulla."

"What's the best place in the world?"
"Wirrulla."

"Where are you going?"
"Wirrulla."

"Where do you wish you lived?"
"Wirrulla."

"Where did that kangaroo come from?"
"Wirrulla."

"Where were you?"
"Wirrulla."
作者 aussie.elle 2009年3月25日
 
5.
Stands for "it's okay". It basically means "you're welcome". Often used in reply (via messenger, email etc.) to "thank you".
John: Oh I found the address of that website you wanted.
Ryan: Cheers.
John: 'ts kay.

OR

Lisa: I've got that book you lent me the other day; I'll give it to you at school tomorrow.
Sarah: Thanks.
Lisa: 'ts kay.
作者 aussie.elle 2008年7月10日
 
6.
Another word for an Australian; a person usually living in Australia or whose parent/s are Australian. There are many stereotypes for Australians, such as them drinking too much beer, being dumb and ugly, all of them being farmers, living in the outback, riding kangaroos to school/work and having pet koalas, always wearing singlets and thongs (the shoes, that is!), using slang all the time, eating wombats and kangaroo, and overall being an idiot that nobody likes. Despite what many non-Australians might think (especially Americans), THIS IS NOT TRUE. While some Aussies may use slang, some may be farmers, and most drink beer, the majority of us are just like any other Western culture, such as in America or New Zealand.

Many great celebrities are also Australians, including Delta Goodrem, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Elle MacPherson, The Veronicas, Olivia Newton-John, Paul Hogan and Lleyton Hewitt.
* This is a false stereotype of an Aussie -

Jacko: G'day, mate! Let's put another shrimp on the barbie, mate!

Stevo: Bloody beaut idea, mate!

* This is something more true-to-life -

Tom: Hey, Kate! How are ya?

Kate: Yeah, good. Have you seen Daniel around lately, by any chance?

Tom: Nah, not for a while. Didn't he say he was going to some party or something?

Kate: Yeah, you're probably right.
作者 aussie.elle 2008年5月25日
 
7.
TRG
Stands for That Random Guy. Similar to THGOMB. It's what you call a hot guy whose name you don't know, and perhaps you see often but haven't gotten the chance to speak to etc.
Jessica: How was the party last night?
Amy: Awesome. You won't believe who was there!!
Jessica: Who?
Amy: TRG!!
Jessica: Heaps good! Did you talk to him?
Amy: Nah, didn't get the chance to.
Jessica: Stop making excuses!!!
作者 aussie.elle 2008年6月13日