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    Quote Originally Posted by felicia81 View Post
    Qlder here

    Poppers and pop tops!

    We used to say port as well, we had port racks outside our classroom to put them on.

    As for kabana v cabanossi, I think they are two different types of sausage?
    Yep, it was always a case of 'Uniquey, go and put your Port in/on the Port Racks'.

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    Cheerios - Queenslanders are referring to the little red Cocktail Frankfurts, whereas southern states probably think we're talking about the Cereal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinSparkles View Post
    I am in SA and have always called the first one a "Fruit Box"! Second one Pop Top. So funny, I never knew that instead of Fritz people said Devon.
    I'm from SA and say the same things

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    Queensland born and bred and school bags were always called ports. They went in port racks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by felicia81 View Post
    Qlder here

    Poppers and pop tops!

    We used to say port as well, we had port racks outside our classroom to put them on.

    As for kabana v cabanossi, I think they are two different types of sausage?
    Ooh I wasn't sure so looked it up.
    http://www.ifood.tv/network/cabanossi

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    I'm from QLD, DP is from Vic and we always have these arguments.

    Another one is cantelope? and Rockmelon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    LOL, when I was shopping for our bedding I asked a shop assistant where the duvets were.

    She looked at me like I was on drugs.

    Doona was a brand of duvet, it's like calling all cars Holdens, regardless of whether they are Holdens or not.

    Words I find weird, esky (yay for racial slurs), thongs (you're wearing a g-string on your foot?), swimmers (togs, they are TOGS), icy poles (ice BLOCKS), textas (another one I think is a brand maybe? They are felt-tipped pens people), oh and wtf is a sanga?
    Sanga is a sandwich lol

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    I'm from Tasmania. I say fruit box, pop top, bathers and potato cakes.

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    Popper, poptops, doona, port, couch, scallop, schooner, esky, swimmers, thongs, sleep, pluto pup.
    (qlder, 26yo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    Popper & pop tops. Qld (normal) here. Another weird thing Victorians called school bags ports why???
    Which Victorians?!?- I'm googling that.

    Otherwise grew up in Vic and I'd call them poppers and pop tops. Although occasionally I've called pop tops poppers and poppers juice boxes.

    Things with some portion of juice inside them.


 

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