Why are men’s swimming trunks called budgie smugglers?
It literally started as a joke amongst mates with someone writing ‘budgy smuggler’ on the back of a pair. A few people found it funny so we got a little website set up to sell online. At some point, we are hoping it catches on.
What is the definition of a budgie smugglers?
(Australia, New Zealand, informal, plural only) A style of tightfitting men’s swimming costume cut like underwear briefs that covers the buttocks and groin but not the legs, especially worn in surf lifesaving and in swimming races. noun.
What is a smuggler in British slang?
(smʌgləʳ ) Word forms: plural smugglers. countable noun. Smugglers are people who take things or people into or out of a country illegally.
Where did budgie smugglers originate?
Budgy Smuggler started as a bit of a laugh in a backyard in Australia when some mates decided to write ‘Budgy Smuggler’ on the back of a speedo-style swimwear.
Are budgie smugglers back?
This year, alongside the blue yonder and the cocktails, you can expect an old friend, last seen on a Costa del Sol resort circa 1977, to make a reappearance, bulging into view when you least expected him – the budgie smuggler is back. And it’s the Gen Z fellows who’re proudly showcasing their, ahem, Spanish chorizo.
What does D Thong mean?
1 : a strip especially of leather or hide. 2 : a sandal held on the foot by a thong fitting between the toes and connected to a strap across the top or around the sides of the foot.
How do you say you’re welcome in Australian?
“Cheers, mate” is the same as the English word, Thank You, while “No worries” or No drama” translates to “You’re welcome” in Australian slang. If you notice, the word “mate” is often used.
What does tea mean in Australia?
Tea means dinner. For example, your Australian friend might ask you, “Wanna come around for tea at 6?” Your friend isn’t inviting you over to his place just to drink a cup of tea, he means dinner.