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I once thought I could surprise my man with a really delicious bean soup for dinner, only to hear "but where's the chicken? I, being one of the Americans that fell in love with his accent, obviously, but the Aussie will go to the bar, smile at someone (being nice, not flirty) and they will nod and turn back to their friends. " He actually left, bought roasted chicken, and had the nerve to put it in my soup and say, "There we go. The minute he starts speaking, it's as if someone just yelled "FREE NUTELLA!!!
Corker - something striking or astonishing; something very good of its kind. Dag - a person with little or no dress sense, uncouth. Few sandwiches short of a picnic - slow witted, not all together. To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.Anyways, let's be real, my man does follow the Aussie stereotypes -- Blonde hair, surfer, beach bum, makes a mean BBQ, loves a good beer, and rides a kangaroo to work! And hey, he can easily play off as my hero when he catches a spider! To this day, I am pretty sure I haven't really listened to what the Aussie has been saying. He can say, "I just made a few cheese curds in my pants while kissing a whale" and I am here like Aussie boys are incredibly loyal to their footy team. I hear choosing footy teams can make or break a relationship. Yes, there are vegetarian Australians, but after dating my Aussie and meeting most of his friends, every meal required some sort of meat (mostly BBQ of sorts) otherwise it was considered as just an appetizer.