39 year old newbie seeks help.........

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
#1
Nah, not joining up again but am starting forth on one of life's little adventures. I will be without missus and kids for about six....yes six.....months :thumright:

So what does your downwardly mobile old thruster need to survive nowadays? I have an alarm clock, scrubbing brush, torch, radio (pre-tuned to radio five so I can listen to the sport... :dwarf: ....) shoe polish and dubbin, housewife, gonk bag, poncho, flask and no fcuking idea of where I'm staying after week 1.

What else needs to go in the bergan?
 
#5
Taken from Britishexpats.com, this might be useful.....

Been a while since I last posted this.... always good for a giggle....

How to Speak New Zulander
(for bist effict, rid these out aloud)

Milburn - capital of Victoria
Peck - to fill a suitcase
pissed aside - chemical which kills insects
pigs - for hanging out washing with
pug - large pink animal with a curly tail
nin tin dough - computer game
munnwe stroney - soup
min- male of the species
mess kara - eye makeup
mcKennock - person who fixes cars
Mere - Mayor
leather - foam produced from soap
lift - departed
Kiri Pecker - famous Australian businessman
kittle crusps - potato chips
Ken's - Cairns
jungle bills - Christmas carol
inner me - enemy
guess - vapour
fush - marine creature
fitter cheney - type of pasta
ever cardeau - avocado
fear hear - blonde
ear - mix of nitrogen and oxygen
ear roebucks - exercise at gym
duffy cult - not easy
amejen - visualise
chuck - very young poultry
bug hut - popular recording
bun button - been bitten by insect
beard - a place to sleep
sucks peck - half a dozen beers
Ear New Zulland - an extinct airline
beers - large savage animals found in U.S. forests
veerjun - mythical New Zealand maiden
one doze - well known computer program
brudge - structure spanning a stream
sex - one less then sivven
tin - one more then nine
iggs ecktly - precisely
cuds - children
cuttin - baby cat
sivven sucks sivven - large Boeing aircraft
sivven four sivven - larger Boeing aircraft
earplane - large flying marchine
beggage chucken - place to leave your suitcase at the earport


And lots of sun screen! There's a bloody big hole in the Ozone down here and I have seen some fairer skinned people get frazzled even in winter.

I'm sure you're going to love it once your settled.

KF
 

Ueshiba

Lantern Swinger
#6
wet_blobby said:
Nah, not joining up again but am starting forth on one of life's little adventures. I will be without missus and kids for about six....yes six.....months :thumright:

So what does your downwardly mobile old thruster need to survive nowadays? I have an alarm clock, scrubbing brush, torch, radio (pre-tuned to radio five so I can listen to the sport... :dwarf: ....) shoe polish and dubbin, housewife, gonk bag, poncho, flask and no fcuking idea of where I'm staying after week 1.

What else needs to go in the bergan?
No Brew Kit? No Nutty bag? No Jazz literature?

6 months... hard going away from the family. I'm off tomorrow too. But flying club class to China. Tell me this. Is it morally obsecene to rip into the G&Ts afore the sun has past the Yardarm?

Anyway, good luck mate.
 

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
#8
Ueshiba said:
wet_blobby said:
Nah, not joining up again but am starting forth on one of life's little adventures. I will be without missus and kids for about six....yes six.....months :thumright:

So what does your downwardly mobile old thruster need to survive nowadays? I have an alarm clock, scrubbing brush, torch, radio (pre-tuned to radio five so I can listen to the sport... :dwarf: ....) shoe polish and dubbin, housewife, gonk bag, poncho, flask and no fcuking idea of where I'm staying after week 1.

What else needs to go in the bergan?
No Brew Kit? No Nutty bag? No Jazz literature?

6 months... hard going away from the family. I'm off tomorrow too. But flying club class to China. Tell me this. Is it morally obsecene to rip into the G&Ts afore the sun has past the Yardarm?

Anyway, good luck mate.
No, it's not obsecene, infact I think it's mandatory. Thanks for the luck, I have an interview lined up (immigration accredited) which is a bonus, who knows what'll happen....I wont die wondering that's for sure.. :dwarf:
 

Ueshiba

Lantern Swinger
#9
wet_blobby said:
Ueshiba said:
wet_blobby said:
Nah, not joining up again but am starting forth on one of life's little adventures. I will be without missus and kids for about six....yes six.....months :thumright:

So what does your downwardly mobile old thruster need to survive nowadays? I have an alarm clock, scrubbing brush, torch, radio (pre-tuned to radio five so I can listen to the sport... :dwarf: ....) shoe polish and dubbin, housewife, gonk bag, poncho, flask and no fcuking idea of where I'm staying after week 1.

What else needs to go in the bergan?
No Brew Kit? No Nutty bag? No Jazz literature?

6 months... hard going away from the family. I'm off tomorrow too. But flying club class to China. Tell me this. Is it morally obsecene to rip into the G&Ts afore the sun has past the Yardarm?

Anyway, good luck mate.
No, it's not obsecene, infact I think it's mandatory. Thanks for the luck, I have an interview lined up (immigration accredited) which is a bonus, who knows what'll happen....I wont die wondering that's for sure.. :dwarf:
No worries. I have twice packed up everthoing and started again in a new country. You just need the balls and brass neck to do it.

Like anything, the hardest part is making the decision and making the first move. After that, with a bit of Commando Spirit, things happen.

That George Bernard Shaw bloke once wrote;

People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can't find them, make them.

I reckon he's right antway. Keep us posted on here. :thumright:
 

Ueshiba

Lantern Swinger
#10
wet_blobby said:
No, it's not obsecene, infact I think it's mandatory. Thanks for the luck, I have an interview lined up (immigration accredited) which is a bonus, who knows what'll happen....I wont die wondering that's for sure.. :dwarf:
Oh yeah, and thanks for the support with the AM drinking, I shall feel less guilty steaming in at 0900hrs. Hopefully, it'll be maximum rack time then when she takes off. :thanks:
 

FlagWagger

GCM
Book Reviewer
#13
Kiwi-Fi said:
How to Speak New Zulander
(for bist effict, rid these out aloud)
Printed out and passed to youngest son - he has a Kiwi teacher here in Canuckistan (the rest of the class are really confused when these two talk cricket and rugby!).

Blobbs - best of luck in NZ, I have every confidence that you will manage to build the life that you're looking for (it must be easy, I did it!!).
 
#14
wet_blobby said:
Nah, not joining up again but am starting forth on one of life's little adventures. I will be without missus and kids for about six....yes six.....months :thumright:

So what does your downwardly mobile old thruster need to survive nowadays? I have an alarm clock, scrubbing brush, torch, radio (pre-tuned to radio five so I can listen to the sport... :dwarf: ....) shoe polish and dubbin, housewife, gonk bag, poncho, flask and no fcuking idea of where I'm staying after week 1.

What else needs to go in the bergan?
have noooooooooooo idead what u r talking about----- but good luck xxxxxxxxxx
 

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
#18
Your a bunch of cheeky fcukers,

I had a great porn collection, all saved to disc, lent it to someone in the Govt. now its lost. Que granny smith whingin in about 2 months time.
 

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