hard lines

10 aussie slang definitions
  • anzac wafer

    Hard and flavourless biscuit.
  • biff

    To strike hard.
  • clout

    A hard blow.
  • hard lines

    Bad luck.
  • hard up

  • myall

    An acacia tree, the wood of which is hard and well-grained.
  • wallop

    A hard hit.
  • yacker

    Hard work.
  • hard lines

    The French eat really long meals (chew slwoly) and walk EVERYWHERE. While Americans/Australians eat as fast as they can and take the car. The Japanese eat very small portions and walk everywhere as well. France and the Japanese walk to nearby markets to buy stuff. Population is dense and everything is close by. Americans live in very largely spaced apart areas and have to drive everywhere. Most shops are in malls. That's why.
  • bush-bash

    hi!!! how do you get a gold ticket wituoht paying?its so hard to get 1could i please have 10 gold ticket please!thanksyour sincerelyTabatha and Millie thank you so much