a singlet worn by tradesmen, miners or industrial workers; because of the general belief that any australian bloke can drink every foreigner under the table and still be sober enough to teach his wife a lesson.
“yeah gonna change into me wife bashers before going to the pub”
an australian term referring to a dark blue singlet. commonly worn by labourers, the term was derrived from the “rough as guts” hard working men back in the 50’s & 60’s who had great expectations of their wives; if the wife didn’t do what was ‘her duty’ she would usually get roughed up by her husband.
the greatest example of an australian male is he who walks in flip flops, wears a pair of stubbies, a wife basher on his his back, an akubra on his head and holds a tinnie is his hand while talking about cricket over the back fence.
a little b-tternut pumpkin seeded from the crosby tree. often mistaken for a rat, this s-xy little minx is quite a smart marsupial. it offers many a long long story (back stories included free of charge) on a wide variety of topics such as why some houses are ugly and how she puts the asian […]
the total package, tuff as a gangsta, yet smooth with the ladies able to handle himself in any situation. hated and feared by men yet loved by women. someone who either gets respect or kicks -ss. from a man: “that boy over there’s a zamester dont f-ck with him” from a woman: “you know hugo, […]
dumb -ss, redneck, loser that sunnysucka cant even tell his elbow from an oboe
- Super Ass
a person who has p-ssed the line of just being an -ss. they are like a super hero’s arch enemy who gets beat up in every episode. or at least deserves to. girl a: my boyfriend just broke up with me over text! girl b: wow, what a super -ss!!
- Superbowl Shit
the sh-t you take after eating wings, ribs, beer, cheesecake, chips, etc.. from superbowl night. after a few days, you have a big greasy floater lookin back at you. usually with a bit of a curl. this stinker may require 2 flushes to fully dispose of. –beware– can leave a public washroom inoperative for days […]