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stubby

mod. cool; good-looking. Man, you’re stubby. Nice kicks!
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Residents can still meet the clean-up team and collect their free stubbies and dog waste bags at the following venues between 10am and 4pm: | Friday, July 5, (Dumballs Road / Clifton Street).
Amongst my friends in this country, anybody that can remember drinking from beer stubbies and watching first run Beachcombers episodes is considered ancient, from an era known as BC--Before Computers.
Other new lines include Fairtrade ice cream, popcorn and stubbies (little beer bottles).
I estimated that, on average, each person attending these drinking sessions had up to 30 stubbies of beer.
Anyone who's been there, whether you're a bloke in your stubbies and thongs, or a woman who likes to sketch, or a kid who likes turtles, you go there once and you're not the same.
The Tesco salesman who alerted me to the fact that I was entitled to five boxes of specialoffer pounds 6 a box lager stubbies and advised me to "load up because everybody else is.
TWO STUBBIES SHORT OF A SIX-PACK: THE DENIS BURKE STORY
We walked a coastal path lined with tropical flowers and trees, spent a super afternoon at the Tiagarra Aboriginal Centre, jumped on a vintage steam train for a Don River sight-seeing trip - and at night polished off piles of seafood and stubbies (small bottles of beer).
Michael Flatow, 46, has been named president and chief executive officer of SLPP--Australia, with direct responsibility for Hilton Hosiery, Sara Lee Intimates--Australia, Stubbies and King Gee.
Targeting the need for a flat, small antenna that goes inside enclosures, the Whipbeater[TM] antenna equals or exceeds in performance those out of the box antennas such as whips and stubbies.
He has another pair for everyday use plus swimming legs as well as stubbies, shorter legs for around the house.
Darryl Gwynne, an international expert in behavioural ecology, and his Australian colleague David Rentz were awarded the prize, which is a parody of the Nobel Prizes, at Harvard University for their 1983 paper 'Beetles on the Bottle: Male Buprestids Mistake Stubbies for Females'.
We recently went to Yuengling, and they had all these stubbies in their wall collection.
A nation of swiggers of tinnies (canned beers) and stubbies (bottles) is surprisingly strict on drink-driving.