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These are bush Aussie sayings. I'd say they come from the english heritage of cockney sayings when Australia was settled by english convicts.

These are bush Aussie sayings. I'd say they come from the english heritage of cockney sayings when Australia was settled by english convicts.

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Welcome to the delicious food restaurant Middle Brighton Baths in Brighton! Tempt your taste with different selection of cuisines and yummy drinks. Look into this listing and know the pricing options and location of this excellent restaurant in Brighton.

Welcome to the delicious food restaurant Middle Brighton Baths in Brighton! Tempt your taste with different selection of cuisines and yummy drinks. Look into this listing and know the pricing options and location of this excellent restaurant in Brighton.

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I want this as my next tattoo :3  Hakuna matata is a Swahili phrase that can be translated literally as "no worries." Its meaning is similar to the English phrase "no problem" or Australian English phrase "no worries" and is akin to "don't worry, be happy".In the mid-1980s, the saying appeared in the Swedish comic book Bamse by Rune Andréasson. Bamse the bear's baby daughter Brumma's first words are "Hakuna matata," which no one understands except the tortoise Skalman.

I want this as my next tattoo :3 Hakuna matata is a Swahili phrase that can be translated literally as "no worries." Its meaning is similar to the English phrase "no problem" or Australian English phrase "no worries" and is akin to "don't worry, be happy".In the mid-1980s, the saying appeared in the Swedish comic book Bamse by Rune Andréasson. Bamse the bear's baby daughter Brumma's first words are "Hakuna matata," which no one understands except the tortoise Skalman.

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