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Red Handbag

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Tallarook, Things are Crook in Tallarook

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Taniwha

Beings or spirits that live in certain natural locations such as deep river pockets, caves, or in the ocean. Not always malevolent, sometimes they serve as protective guardians. Taniwha are excellent for scaring children into obedience and occasionally halting public works projects.

Origin: New Zealand


Territory Rig

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Thongs

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Throwball

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Tickets, have tickets on yourself

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Tiddler

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Tinny

Tinny Noun Can of beer. Example of ‘Tinny’ – Stone the crows, me tinny’s not cold! What tinny means in NZ: Tinny



Tinny

A small amount ($20 worth) of cannabis wrapped in tin-foil.

Origin: New Zealand



Toe Hack

To kick a ball unskillfully with the pointy front of your foot. Often used to describe the kicking technique of people playing soccer who haven’t been trained to properly kick the ball with the side/top of their foot.

Origin: New Zealand


Togs

Swimming costume; bathers. In New Zealand ‘togs’ is the only word used for swimming costume whereas in Australia, ‘togs’ is used in certain regions only.

Origin: New Zealand


Tonguing For a Beer

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Too Easy

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Toorak Tractor

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Tootsie

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Troppo

Crazy. To have been driven mad by the unending Australian heat.