Hi Everybody!

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#1

Hi Dr Nick!

Ahem…

Choose your greeting …
There can be only one!


#2

Howdee


#3

Hello


#4

not fair to us southerners…its Hey Ya’ll…how ya doing…(in one breath)


#5

Nannoo, Nannoo!


#6

My wife doesn’t say even hi when she’s in depression but surely not a -path. Same about me. Usually no greetings at all in the real life (which does make me look like I am disinterested in people in general.) On messengers and chatting rooms, a “hi” is enough.


#7

Hello/Hey :slight_smile:


#8

Blast, ye scurvy dogs!
:wink:


#9

No option for hey, so I just chose hi.

Anyway it’s usually hey, or hey, whats up?


#10

It’s eeeEhJ, Howist?


#11

my usual greeting is, hello followed by how are you. and i have worked with some right misserable gits who just grunt and frown.


#12

i, ow r u


#13

lol u tlk in txt


#14

Do most Australians really say “G’day”?


#15

yes


#16

G’day mate! How are ya? :slight_smile:

It’s short for “Good Day”.
Mate = “My good friend”.


#17

I know, but I thought it was just a stereotype that they said in soap like Neighbours


#18

Neighbours is filmed in Melbourne…
Melbourne is mostly greek descendants :stuck_out_tongue:
They aren’t good examples of typical Australians. Most of them grunt hi … or shove a kebab in ya face …

There’s a few , um , typical melbournian tv characters to come out of melbourne … Con the fruiterer “A coupla days … bewdiful” & Aunty Jack “I’ll rip your bloody arms off”, “Eh eh, peace for dead budgies”.


#19

I don’t EVER say G’day. Or mate. Or the two together.


#20

Wog :stuck_out_tongue:

j/k :wink:

Hehehe :slight_smile:

It’s more a country thing, than a city thing.

I don’t hear anyone say it in the city … ever!
Everyone in the city says “Hi”.