FirstGofer: Liked this, tho missed the Oz slang connection. Great crossovers... (11 months, 2 weeks ago)
Kvetcher: Why was "bitch" not an acceptable answer?! XD
Quite fun, though the Aussie slang answers only left me with more questions... Top Hole?! :O (11 months, 2 weeks ago)
e: ...Thinking about it, I did know "chook" and "dunny". Probably got more to do with not having slept at all in 36 hours. (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
e: Eerily enough I had no idea that the ACTUAL Australian slang line was Australian slang, but I (wrongly) guessed "Australian slang" for the fourth mystery line. (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
koshatnik: Argument's good enough for a point Andy.
You'll have to award yourself the bonus. A chook is a chicken in all its forms, Orlando. Barbecued or pecking around your esky when you're trying to cook the snags ;) (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
Reynardine: 10/10 with 8s left on the clock. Spent a decent amount of time trying to figure out where the other meal to go with Dessert/Tea/Pudding was, until Yorkshire suddenly popped up from the Dales.
Cheers! (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
Andy P: Cheers, tricky one. Scored 4 after it didn't accept "argument" for the Gripe line but maybe that's just not specific enough. Nice one. (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
Mister Tom: Loved its variety. 10/10, all thanks to a beer advert! (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
Orlando: Just 4 due to red fish and ignorance of Australian slang. So a chook is a drumstick bearer. Er, what's a drumstick bearer? Are we talking barbecued chicken here? (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
Only Me: 10/10. Very satisfying grid. And learned a new word, 'Kvetch'. (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
@urbanbaboon: 4/10, stumbled into the runcible line, kept thinking Edward Lear (11 months, 3 weeks ago)
bonehead: never heard of grouse for that meaning, and I thought I knew a lot of Oz slang. Still, some excellent red herrings (11 months, 3 weeks ago)