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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Wisher1000, Jul 28, 2012.
Aussie meat pies are the best.
You shoulda guessed it... I heard that chocolate milk was invented so they could sell milk that was past its due date by disguising the "off" taste...oh gag me!
Not sure I won't blush a bit if I do a translation...oh well here goes...Sigh...having to translate the Queen's English, eh?
Crikey (expression of mock surprise in a humorous way) Mate (Dude or Fella, Buddy, Friend), I suspect you are quite ace (right, excellent, very good).
I hear underneath the Southern Stars (Australia...reference not only to the country's flag but the Star of Federation-seven sided star for the states/territories, and then the four stars in the Southern Cross used for navigation which is a constellation that is seen by the whole continent), the Four'N'Twenty (famous pie maker) dog's eyes (fast food "meat pies") are grouse (terrific, great, good) but I suspect they could be a bit bodgy (bad or inferior in quality) if you are not into fast foods and a throw down (small sized bottle of beer like a Butcher)? I've had a Crow Eater (Southern Australian, this one I refer to is from NSW) tell me they are cooee (within, near, close) better than a Dingo's breakfast (stretch, yawn, pee and a look about but NO food) so I'd be dinkum (genuine, true, real) to give them a burl (give it a try, a go) maybe once if I was on a Bludger's (lazy bloke's) chuck a sickie (pretend day off from work, holiday).
It's a Dill's (idiot's) furphy (rumour) to think it's only an accent, eh? (Canadian speak for "I'm warming up my frozen fingers...again!")
So does it sorta make some sense now?
Tara - Who's troppo gone to Woop Woop..."Gonna find me some dawg eyes since Oz gave them the true blue tucker seal of approval!"
Nah, still doesn't make sense
I understood every expression. The syntax could use some work and a couple of words are very regional but not a bad effort.
Now go try an Aussie Meat pie - coincidently, I am having an English Beef Pastie for dinner.
Awww....one of my broody hatch babies is dying Of the 6 remaining that hatched last Friday, he was having trouble walking. Scooting around on his bottom. Couldn't keep up. I moved them all including mama to a bigger wire cage, so they could have more room and not trample him as bad.
He improved Sat-Monday, Eating, drinking, walking, bouncing around. But he would stop and rest more often then the others.
Today, I was out mowing, went to check on them at 11, he was sitting all by himself with his little eyes closed. The other 8 chicks were running and bouncing..following mama all over the run.
He is going downhill....poor little baby. I brought him in and tried to feed him egg yolk...but he is resting his head down, down and just breathing. I know it is normal to lose them sometimes, but this will be the first loss from a broody hatch. The other one was lost from an incubator hatch...when we bought chicks in 2012.
I am sorry to hear about the poor thing. It does happen like that. I had one that hatched die over night this week. It might have been smashed but I did not have too may in with them in the brooder. It was likely failure to thrive.
@tnspursfan09 great avatar pic!!!!!
Yes. "Failure to thrive". It is just not robust like its hatch mates. Poor little thing. It was even feathering out, so I know it was getting food and water. But now it is way past weak.