- Contraction of good day. (Wiktionary)
“And if, with that lengthened leg, the lucky recipient gets a jump on its competitors, well, g'day to you, baby kangaroo.”
“If you are coming to NECC in San Antonio I do hope you drop by and say g'day.”
“(The nice customs/border people are smiley and healthy-looking, and they even say g'day.)”
“Australia struck me as barren, with its fried egg barbies and flat VB beer; but the colorful vocabulary -- 'mate', 'g'day', 'too right' -- and the warmth of my new schoolmates helped ease the pain of my parents 'separation.”
“You can compress several words into one - ie 'g'day', 'd'reckn?”
“Not to criticise Christer or the Games Workshop guys g'day Galak, thanks for the fig!”
“Not all Aussies say g'day and ow ya goin mate :- although I do tend to use mate a bit in my speech.”
“I am calling my new friends mate all the time, and saying g'day! instead of hi.”
“O'BRIEN: Now what is more Australian than g'day mate?”
“Slowly sliding out of place. ok i said i would work to noon and this totally doesn't count as work. so g'day. xx mitten prev - next”
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Things I say to people!
of one word
I love a sunburnt country
Some words will just always conjure images of my country for me.
Looking for tweets for g'day.