bogger


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bogger

(bɒɡə)
n
slang Austral a lavatory
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I'm a pure bogger from Tipperary, I drove around in my dad's jeep for years and then I moved to Dublin when I was 18 and eventually to New York and was living in a few different cities so when I came back I just hadn't progressed to getting my full licence.
The Collins dictionary compilers, encountering its use in the Australian vernacular, have simply decided to lump it in with other such genuine Australian slang terms for the same thing such as BOGGER and SHOUSE rather than actually do some tiresome research.
Salwa, another bogger, said that since the aim of the notification system is to provide a good service for families, men should also be included to augment the advantages.
a traveled route and John Field, a just-met hapless bogger destined by
Mining companies and local businesses have equipped the center with both open-pit and underground mining machinery, including a Caterpillar 789B haul truck from BHP Billiton and an Elphinstone R2900 bogger and tire handler from Downer Mining.
There's a bit more to it than setting up a Bogger account, but the extra hassle is well worth it.
How would you describe I like everything really, except Bogger (grungy with lots of piercings.
In 2006 they teamed up with Tayto for "Culchie Crisps", the "ultimate bogger crisps with a thick farmer's cut for feckless eejits everywhere".
So Daniel stay there the whole night, and the lions don't touch him a bogger.
Baker Farm" is a chapter often overlooked or, perhaps more often still, misread, as a misanthropic diatribe against the poor, ignorant, working class bogger.
THE former economics lecturer has already attracted the interest of Warner Bros television producer/director Fred Bogger, who has requested a copy of the script as well as Oscar wining actor Sir Anthony Hopkins.
Bogger, Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1997.