Part of the Australian Slang dialect
Example:its 10 clicks to the dunny
New Dialects Added
RSS feeds are working for the word of the day along with the previous words of the day. Pop the feed onto your website.
To make navigation that little bit easier we have colour coded various items for you these are as follows.
- link to another page
dialect name - displaying dialect name
- takes you to that dialect
name of word - displaying word
- takes you to that word
This new site is the future of your dialect. Not just words but entire dialects joining the randomness into a collection of inspiration.
his site however will be nothing without YOU. so please find out how you could help
The future of this site is undertermined but some of the things we are looking to incorporate are such things as;
A wiki style editing interface so users such as yourselves can contribute to existing dialects or even make up completely new dialects of your own. Facebook plugins so you can translate facebook into any of the dialects here.