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You may notice that Australians are a sometimes coarse people, and that is true of Australian slang and of dating in Australia.
We’re not afraid to call a spade a spade and a prawn a prawn, nor do we shy away from discussing our sexual exploits with our mates.
This is one of the best ways for understanding men – knowing follow though is the only thing that matters.
You have to meet a lot of men and see them a few times to weed out the ones who talk a good game, but aren’t serious about you.
Whatever his preferences or mood might be, he asks her out for Saturday night.
This is a flaky guy who doesn’t know what he wants. A man can say sweet things that draw you in to make you adore him. Some guys just don’t know what they want, so they act this way. When a man says something and then does it, now you can start taking him more seriously.
It’s a contrasting tongue – a mix of the obvious (calling soda ‘fizzy drink’) and the almost indecipherable (‘putting it on the Never Never’ means paying on a credit card).But I’ve heard every one of these more than once in my life and in my mind, they’re the best bits about Australian slang. It’s a messy little mish-mash of words and exclamations, but that’s why God (or was it Steve Jobs? If a guy asks you out, but is vague about a day, place and time, that’s not a REAL date. Let’s say you’ve been texting with a great guy all week and on Wednesday he said, “Let’s meet this weekend.I’m certain I’ve missed more than a few here – particularly when it comes to regional variations. A Note on Beer Measurement: Australians love their beer, but they also love to confuse the hell out of anybody ordering it.Each state generally has its own terms for various glass sizes and, to confuse matters more, these names sometimes mean completely different things in different states.