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I'm a loon - on vacation
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(08-05-2019, 09:26 AM)Flatback72 Wrote:
(08-01-2019, 05:59 AM)1sostatic Wrote: To convert to Aussie is a challenge Chin

"Went on me Hols to sunbake and gettaway from the oldies; have loadsa cold one's, get off one's face resulting in loadsa liquid laughs"   Big Grin

How did I do? ...fair dinkum ?

Well 1sostatic, you did pretty good with the Aussie slang, but here's a more accurate rendition of the example above using some Aussie phrasing:

"Gunna chuck a sickie, say hooroo to the oldies and bugger off up to the back of Bourke with me mates to hoon around in the scrub . I'll take a shrewd guess that we're all gunna get as dry as a dead dingo's donger, so we'll load up the Ute with an Esky fulla stubbies and cheap plonk; me and me mates'll sink so many coldies that we'll have a real rip-snorter of a time and be magotted by mid-arvo."


Just in case our International colleagues can't make any sense of the Aussie, here is my attempt at a UK translation of the phrases above:

"I am going to politely excuse myself from my daily occupational activity, say a delightful cheerio to Mother Dearest and Father, and take the Bentley up to Cornwall with the dapper chaps from the croquet club where we will no doubt participate in some playful high spirited capering amongst the bracken. I will make a polite but informed guess that a strong thirst may arise, causing our lower facial cavities to forthwith become as dry as an Englishman's bath-towel; therefore we will ensure that Sir Henry's lorry is capaciously furnished for the expedition with lashings of Newcastle's Brownest Warm Ale. We shall perhaps imbibe far too much of these fine spirits that by the equinox of the afternoon we shall indeed all be giggling flirtatiously like giddy rosy-cheeked Winchester College schoolgirls...."
Uhhh...how about transcribing these two paragraphs into English?   Angel

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(08-05-2019, 12:00 PM)midlife Wrote:
(08-05-2019, 09:26 AM)Flatback72 Wrote:
(08-01-2019, 05:59 AM)1sostatic Wrote: To convert to Aussie is a challenge Chin

"Went on me Hols to sunbake and gettaway from the oldies; have loadsa cold one's, get off one's face resulting in loadsa liquid laughs"   Big Grin

How did I do? ...fair dinkum ?

Well 1sostatic, you did pretty good with the Aussie slang, but here's a more accurate rendition of the example above using some Aussie phrasing:

"Gunna chuck a sickie, say hooroo to the oldies and bugger off up to the back of Bourke with me mates to hoon around in the scrub . I'll take a shrewd guess that we're all gunna get as dry as a dead dingo's donger, so we'll load up the Ute with an Esky fulla stubbies and cheap plonk; me and me mates'll sink so many coldies that we'll have a real rip-snorter of a time and be magotted by mid-arvo."


Just in case our International colleagues can't make any sense of the Aussie, here is my attempt at a UK translation of the phrases above:

"I am going to politely excuse myself from my daily occupational activity, say a delightful cheerio to Mother Dearest and Father, and take the Bentley up to Cornwall with the dapper chaps from the croquet club where we will no doubt participate in some playful high spirited capering amongst the bracken. I will make a polite but informed guess that a strong thirst may arise, causing our lower facial cavities to forthwith become as dry as an Englishman's bath-towel; therefore we will ensure that Sir Henry's lorry is capaciously furnished for the expedition with lashings of Newcastle's Brownest Warm Ale. We shall perhaps imbibe far too much of these fine spirits that by the equinox of the afternoon we shall indeed all be giggling flirtatiously like giddy rosy-cheeked Winchester College schoolgirls...."
Uhhh...how about transcribing these two paragraphs into English?   Angel

Poor Colonial cousins are confused ... let me translate Mr Midlife

"Decided to go on vacation to get away from the family ... bake on the beach and get a tan whilst no doubt opening some cans of beer, trying to attract some female talent, getting so drunk that all that there is left to do is vomit on the pavement". 

A typical Aussie holiday, so I'm told.

Does that help Mr Midlife , sir  Big Grin

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Indeed it does. Enjoy your vomiting and vacation.

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Retired and spending our summer at our cabin in far north Idaho. Two of the three sons will arrive in the coming week.

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