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    To me creche is more short stay care like at a gym or something where they're only there for an hour or so. Daycare is for the full day (or a good chunk of it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    To me creche is more short stay care like at a gym or something where they're only there for an hour or so. Daycare is for the full day (or a good chunk of it).
    Same here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    You're almost exactly the same as me (wonder if we grew up in roughly the same area? lol) except when I hear the term 'battered sav' I can't help but think of Roy and HG during the Sydney Olympics commentating the mens gymnastics
    North east outer suburbs of Melbourne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    Live in Melbourne but grew up in wa so I'm probably
    Mixed up lol

    Juice box
    Pop top
    Face washer
    School bag/ backpack
    Knickers or jocks
    Dagwood dog
    Little boys ( little hot dogs)
    Thongs for feet
    Gumboots
    Souvlaki or kebab depending who I'm talking to
    Milkbar ( when I was growing up was deli)
    Napkin for cloth serviette for paper
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    I remember in primary school we had lead pencils but when I moved to vic my class called them grey leads... Looked at my funny if I said lead pencil

    And also daycare or crèche? Crèche drives me bonkers lol
    Omg I thought my Nan and dad were the only ones who referred to cocktail frankfurts as 'little boys'. I was never sure if it was a reference to the length compared to hotdogs or a euphemism for bottle boys privates! Anyway I don't use the term anymore but I think of it when thinking of them.

    I also say gumboots, milk bar and souvlaki. A souvlaki is shaved meat in a wrap, a kebab is meat and veg on a stick bbq'd (shaslik).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3cats1pug View Post
    North east outer suburbs of Melbourne.
    North central vic.. So not really lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    Lol no the real upper class don't have to prove themselves with the words they use. It's the pretentious middle (striving to be uppers) class that try to use 'posh' words to make themselves sound better. Really good book called 'watching the English' has a chapter on the uses of language and class etc basically the upper upper and lowest lower have more in common than upper and upper middle
    I have that book too! It's great

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    Yeah ok kebabs are meat and or veg etc whatever really on a stick. But the meat on a wrap I've always called them kebabs too maybe cause very where I have ever bought then they are always sold as kebabs. Surely and hopefully I'm not the only one ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    Yeah ok kebabs are meat and or veg etc whatever really on a stick. But the meat on a wrap I've always called hen kebabs too maybe cause very where I have ever bought then they are always sold as kebabs. Surely and hopefully I'm not the only one ?
    Agree. Meat on stick is a shishkebab. Others call kebabs yiros


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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    Yeah ok kebabs are meat and or veg etc whatever really on a stick. But the meat on a wrap I've always called them kebabs too maybe cause very where I have ever bought then they are always sold as kebabs. Surely and hopefully I'm not the only one ?
    No, not the only one. I agree with Indigo J- what others call kebabs are shishkebabs.

    In other parts of Aus they may be yiros, but here they are marketed as kebabs.. and even in Melb I see them sold as kebabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    It's a hot dog in batter, deep fried. Yum!! (on a stick)

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    We have kebabs here... "I went out Saturday night and ended up walking home with a dirty great big kebab"... where I used to live had a very heavy muslim population, and I swear we had the best kebabs in Australia.. now that we've moved, they're sub-standard.. I'm full of regret

    Everyone says nappies right, they don't say diapers?
    That's a corn dog! sorry if above you clarified!

    I never heard of a kebab until moving to London and here. But my mom always made shishkebabs (I would say shish-ke-bob) which was meat and veg on a stick.
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