Words from my Aussie friend:
“Shavers” = Razors. (Located next to the chocolates at the market at Termini station in Rome, fyi. Naturally.)
“Jumper” = Sweater.
“Pluggers” = Flip flops. Also, “thongs.”
“Newkaaahhhstle” = Newcastle.
“Nice food.” = Good eats.
“Doll” = Darl'(ing).
“Goawwd” = Good.
“Fringe” = Bangs.
“See what’s around.” = Chill/hang out/go where the wind blows/be spontaneous/up for anything.
“Oh Yeah!” = Something bomb is happening.
And, from my UK friend:
“That’s a smart shirt.” = That is a cute/fashionable/nice shirt.
“Down you go!” = What to say to someone you are pushing down a steep hill.
“She and I get on really well.” = We have friend chemistry/get along/click.
“I need some proper tea.” = I need some decent tea, WTF!?!
“Saw-sojjj” = Sausage.
“I have a spot on my nose.” Spot = pimple/blemish/visually strongest point on your face.
“I hurt my bum when I slipped down those icy stairs.” = Get some rock salt on that shit! WTF?! My booty is black + blue. Shoot.
“Why do you have so much underwear?” = Seriously, why did you bring so much underwear? You’re traveling, here! Laundry’s gonna be a bitch.