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Ocker     

ocker
an uncultured Australian male.
off like a bride's nightie
to depart quickly.
off like a bucket of prawns
to depart quickly.
off like a robber's dog
to depart quickly.
offsider
helper; assistant.
off your kadoova
insane; foolish.
off your tucker
not eating; lost your appetite.
old chook
a silly old woman.
old crackers
elderly people; especially said of parents or in-laws.
old man
father.
oldies
parents or in-laws.
on a good thing/on a good wicket
to be involved in a successful or non - stressful activity.
on a sticky wicket
in trouble. 
on the blink
not working.
on the bugle/on the nose
foul smelling.
on the Murray cod
on credit (rhyming slang: on the nod).
on the Never Never
on hire purchase or lay by.
on the outer (with someone)
to have fallen from flavour.
on the tin roof
something provided free of charge by the management.
on the turps
drinking heavily.
on the wallaby track
tramping/travelling in the outback.
on the wrong tram
misled; lost; given the wrong idea or instructions.
on your Pat Malone
on your own (rhyming slang)


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