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  • n. Plural form of dunny.


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  • (All along the art school were 20-ft-deep 'dunnies', or basements, with pipes running the length of them, more or less at street level.

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  • Have no fear though, I hear Gorgeous George and Frank the Tank will be having a meat pie eating arm wrestle challenge in front of the dunnies behind the hill after the match - so there's still that to look forward to. | Top Stories

  • It can be best comprehended in the context of living in the outer suburbs when outdoor dunnies were still de rigueur.

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  • Alongside their modern equivalents, the Ferrari and Triumph looked like conservatories in a world of outside dunnies.

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  • It was pretty much necessary but then thought about that old cliché about bears being Catholic or something and headed straight to the dunnies (battleship grey interiors, clean, nothing fancy) and laughed before and after I did the deed.

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  • Again, apologies for always going on about foreign dunnies (remembering my 'I'll hold thanks' issues with squat pans in China). Recent Updates

  • As usual the people are divided as to the tastefulness of this design; forty-six percent of those asked reckoned that cheaper bog-standard dunnies should be built instead.

  • Aussie: Hey mate, can you point me to the dunnies?


  • Flamin yanks luv to yank chains of others’ dunnies.

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  • 'dunnies,' and with hundreds of miles between dunnies, getting caught short is a very real threat.

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