Garna - going to Pop off - go somewhere Smoko - lunch break Chockers - very full She’ll be right - it’s all good, she is the action or item in question, not necessarily a female. Ta - thank you Bog in - start eating Cark it - to die, stop working.
I use these quite often: All good = it’s okay I’m good = usually to say no to an offer (like: I’m good without it) No worries = don’t worry about it; that’s ok (I’m not offended) Heaps = lots of Nah = no
“There are heaps of leftovers. Do you want some?” “Nah, I’m good. I have plenty of food at home” “Are you sure?” “Yeah. Positive.” “No worries. Well I’ll see you later.”
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