Stubbies


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Stubbies

(ˈstʌbɪz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) trademark Austral a type of shorts
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While officers will be out and about looking for people dropping litter they will also be educating the public and giving away these stubbies.
What surprised Gwynne and Rentz was that lots of these stubbies had jewel beetles attached to them.
In the Australian national mythology, the concept of mateship ranks about as highly as Don Bradman, the ANZACs, a lazy arvo of cricket and stubbies around the barbecue.
30pm, Ian is snoozing on the couch after a dozen stubbies.
The fulfilment of a lifetime goal to visit Sydney to watch Test cricket, learn how to surf and sink a few stubbies after a kickabout on Bondi Beach.
The Workwear Group portfolio includes the King Gee, Hard Yakka and Stubbies brands.
Garth and Marcie's pub, Stubbies, has launched well though thanks to a mystery celebrity Twitter endorsement.
A hundred crews living side by side jam-packed in the tight concrete square, sprawled over neighbours' boats as the wind and waves in Bass Strait grew in direct proportion to the empty stubbies dockside.
According to the Courier Mail, addressing the Association of Chartered Loss Adjusters, he gained a few laughs when he recalled how cricket legend Rod Marsh broke the record between Australia and the UK by downing an impressive 48 stubbies during the arduous plane trek.
I'm on my stubbies today because I realised during the sprint earlier this month that they were the best to be on.
So we've been getting out to meet residents, hand out free cigarette butt stubbies - a specially-insulated pouch where smokers can keep their cigarette butts until they find a bin to dispose of them - and dog waste bags to make people aware just how messy and (in the case of dog waste) hazardous these items can be to the environment.
IThe cure includes blazing sunshine (pretty much guaranteed around here), ice-cool stubbies (ditto), a yacht - and WAGS.