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18.
Another word for an Australian; a person usually living in Australia or whose parent/s are Australian. There are many stereotypes for Australians, such as them drinking too much beer, being dumb and ugly, all of them being farmers, living in the outback, riding kangaroos to school/work and having pet koalas, always wearing singlets and thongs (the shoes, that is!), using slang all the time, eating wombats and kangaroo, and overall being an idiot that nobody likes. Despite what many non-Australians might think (especially Americans), THIS IS NOT TRUE. While some Aussies may use slang, some may be farmers, and most drink beer, the majority of us are just like any other Western culture, such as in America or New Zealand.

Many great celebrities are also Australians, including Delta Goodrem, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Elle MacPherson, The Veronicas, Olivia Newton-John, Paul Hogan and Lleyton Hewitt.
* This is a false stereotype of an Aussie -

Jacko: G'day, mate! Let's put another shrimp on the barbie, mate!

Stevo: Bloody beaut idea, mate!

* This is something more true-to-life -

Tom: Hey, Kate! How are ya?

Kate: Yeah, good. Have you seen Daniel around lately, by any chance?

Tom: Nah, not for a while. Didn't he say he was going to some party or something?

Kate: Yeah, you're probably right.
από aussie.elle 25 Μάιος 2008
 
1.
A cobber from the awsome race we call Australians. He or she is likely to excell in all kinds of sports, drinking beer, talking the ear of a grasshopper or just being a plain old funny prick.
The aussie who didn't give a fuck what other countries talk shit about, drank 45 beers after watching the footy.
από Benno 10 Ιούνιος 2003
 
2.
An Australian. One that lives in Australia.
Aussie Aussie Aussie!
OI OI OI!
από markuz 28 Ιούλιος 2005
 
3.
A Person from Australia, who:
-Likes beer (but doesn't drink fosters)
-Conistently beats the English at all sports
-Is used to good weather, and hates the uk weather
-Thinks the Kiwi's shag sheep
-Doesn't claim Russel Crowe as an aussie
-Thinks beer is the aussie equivalent of a health drink
-Thinks the English, and 'Tasweigens' (Tasmanians) are in-bred
Aussie's are... who cares, pass me a beer.
από adrian1986 6 Νοέμβριος 2006
 
4.
one born or from the Australian region
I'm an aussie mate, I don't do that kind of shite you do here in America.
από Eric Bolding 20 Δεκέμβριος 2005
 
5.
Alright. I'm sick of people writing rude definition's about Australia.
We do not talk like Steve Irwin.
We are not all racist assholes.
We do not all wear singlets, eat pies, watch footy, play cricket, drink too much beer, wear thongs.
Yes, the majority of us think we're the best country. Get of our back, most countries think they are as well.
Most of the time we have friends of other backgrounds, and we call them names as a joke. And they do it right back to us.
And hell yeah, we're laid back. And yes, we most likely do swear too much. So sue us. So really all I have left to say is, get the hell off our case.
Aussie Aussie Aussie!
Oi Oi Oi!
από pissed off Aussie 3 Μάιος 2008
 
6.
Nowadays used to describe an Australian of Anglo and/or Caucasian/White appearance or background. I am a Sydney-Sider and this view is most prominent in the youth. But in saying this I cannot speak with absolute certainty whether this perception is Australian wide (Although I have friends and relatives in every State and Territory who are aware of this view). I personally resent this label as a way of identifying the "Anglo/White" community as, I myself come from a Latino background but was BORN and BRED here in Australia and feel as much "aussie" as any other Australian! Australia is a multicultural country and no matter our background/race we are ALL the same nationality! When we go overseas and tell people our nationality we say we are AUSSIE and this is how the rest of the world sees us, AS AUSSIES!!!
1) You ask ANY kid of ANY background who is a aussie and they will tell you someone who is most likely of "first fleet/convict" descent or a "White person" who's close to it. We also use the term "natio/nasho" to ask each other what background we are, when in fact most of us are ALL the same nationality(natio/nasho) which is aussie
2) The older generations will most likely know what you are talking about but do not share the same critical belief that only "White/Anglo" people are aussies as our parents have a stronger sense of being an "aussie"
3) If Australians as a community need to have a way of identifying so-called "Aussies" I think we should reclaim the less common word "Skip" so aussie can be inclusive to all backgrounds
4) No matter whether you be a Latino, African, Fob, Abo, Azn or Wog we are all aussie!
από Ricco Chico 10 Αύγουστος 2007
 
7.
Typically a shortened version of the word Australian. An Australian citizen is usually called an Aussie, sadly, this usually refers to the white, anglosaxen australian when talking about the Stereotypical "aussie".
Stereotypes of an Aussie are.

Heavy consumer of Beer,
Good at and enjoy Sports,
Bunch of singlet, thong wearing yobbos,
Beach goers,
etc etc.

While these are true for certain socio-economic groups in Australia they do not describe the majority of the Australian population, except for the love of a good quality beer, not american beer, (that stuff is awfull, too watery), and being good at sports for the most part, lead lives almost identical to all other western cultures.

Also its a known fact that the Australian government is one of the most successful governments of recent times due to the advances made in public services such as free public health care to everyone who is a citizen, very low unemployment rates, low interest rates, fast stable economic growth, well above average GDP per person, infact in the top 15 of the world i believe if not the top 10, and large surpluses every year, also Australia is one of the few countries that is totally debt free, and continues to maintain its surplus.

Also a note, while the "lebonese", aka "wogs", and the New Zealanders aka "Kiwis" cannot seem to provide positive definitions of Australian culture, for what ever reasons, such as jealousy or misguided contempt and use of ridiculous stereotypes, the average Australian is the same as any other average anglosaxen you'd find in a modern Western Culture, aka, has job, family, is not an alcoholic and earns a decent living.
Aussie, care free relaxed sports loving way of living.

Aussie short term used to describe an Australian

Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi!
από Zedicus 9 Αύγουστος 2007