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    sand shoes as in they can only be worn on sand? haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    Oh I remember rollers! They were like a hiking boot

    ETA- Rollers shoes from the 90's

    Ok I'm way off I know what kick rollers are http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com.au/vi...d=190698512472 but not those
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    NZ family member says jandals (sp?)...I think he meant thongs? Lol.

    He also uses the term 'Out in the whop whops' whereas I say 'Out in whoop whoop'.

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    I've always called cat/dog biscuits (dry food) 'kibble'. So does everyone in my family but everyone else I know is like what is that?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by bub4mepls View Post
    I've always called cat/dog biscuits (dry food) 'kibble'. So does everyone in my family but everyone else I know is like what is that?????
    Haha it's just dig or cat biscuits or the brand never heard anyone say kibble

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    When I used the term "rainboots" to my Irish husband he fell around laughing at me like I was a simpleton, after I'd explained to him what I meant. They're "wellies" to him, but I'd wear rainboots with my raincoat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylasWorld View Post
    NZ family member says jandals (sp?)...I think he meant thongs? Lol.

    He also uses the term 'Out in the whop whops' whereas I say 'Out in whoop whoop'.
    Yep he means Jandals, a thong in NZ is a G string haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePurpleCat View Post
    When I used the term "rainboots" to my Irish husband he fell around laughing at me like I was a simpleton, after I'd explained to him what I meant. They're "wellies" to him, but I'd wear rainboots with my raincoat.
    We call them gumboots

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