However, although 'jail' is prevalent, 'gaol' is generally still used in official contexts, is not uncommon, and sets Australian and New Zealand English apart from both their American and British counterparts.
It’s my language and you’ll use it as you’re told.
At lest you convicts boiled it down to the bone; g`day where’s the point in that, you saved yourself a second and then you go put the `oo’s` into some other word, calgooooly is a good example, but the yanks have killed it.
`How’s it hanging bro? `
What is that? What’s hanging? My names not Bro either. Speech marks can now be use as a quote instead of a quote mark.
`Dude` `poker dots` WTF is a Poker dot anyway? It's a dot, no poker infront.
Like` is another one that get me.
`I’m, like, so this` or `I’m, like, so that`
Eidt: Text language as well.
`How r u? `
I love you lots love but come on. It takes five minuets to decipher some of you’re e-mails.