Okay, people out there who know Aussie stuff.
My wife is reading a script from someone Down Under and came across this sentence:
Lucio's toey.
"toey" I guess in the sense that one might say that, for instance, "Lucio is touchy" but what the hell does it mean to be toey.

I suppose that Aussie's are as likely to make typos as anybody else and maybe this is just one of those.
But then again, it's always possible that this word actually has some regional meaning with which we in Brooklyn are simply unaware and so I hand it off to those with broader international credentials than I possess.
Toey?
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Okay, people out there who know Aussie stuff. My wife is reading a script from someone Down Under and came ... Brooklyn are simply unaware and so I hand it off to those with broader international credentials than I possess. Toey?

Toey, Australian slang, mostly used in Sydney and Melbourne areas. Vulgar Slang.
a) Desirous of sexual activity.
b) Sexually aroused.
Similar nodes: horny
Okay, people out there who know Aussie stuff. My wife is reading a script from someone Down Under and came ... Brooklyn are simply unaware and so I hand it off to those with broader international credentials than I possess. Toey?

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Okay, people out there who know Aussie stuff. My wife is reading a script from someone Down Under and came ... Brooklyn are simply unaware and so I hand it off to those with broader international credentials than I possess. Toey?

It means restlessness or being on the move. Toey as a hungry dingo...

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So a restless baby kangaroo would be a ... toey joey.
It means restlessness or being on the move. Toey as a hungry dingo... Alan Brooks

Wow, 9 months in canberra, sydney, and points west, and I never heard this expression. They must have been saying it behind my back Emotion: smile
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It means restlessness or being on the move.  Toey as a hungry dingo...

You know - Errol Flynn was born in Tasmania, which makes him in like Flynn.
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Wow, 9 months in canberra, sydney, and points west, and I never heard this expression. They must have been saying it behind my back Emotion: smile

Really? I lived in Australia for a couple years.
I lived a sort of footloose life, moving from Deakin to Cook and then Narrabundah, and then spending a few months in Sydney and traveling up the coast through Queensland. I go back to visit friends every few years. Canberra is probably Australia's most boring city, but I always find things to do there.
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Wow, 9 months in canberra, sydney, and points west, and I never heard this expression. They must have been saying it behind my back Emotion: smile

Really? I lived in Australia for a couple years. I lived a sort of footloose life, moving from Deakin to ... there. Alan Brooks A with an Underwood Eye-level arch play devoisters MWSM FAQ: http://www.panix.com/~mwsm/faq.html Filtering Trolls: http://www.panix.com/~mwsm/trolls.html

I'd venture to propose it's the most boring city on the planet. The locals said it was a planned community that forgot to plan for fun.

I'm dying to visit and see all the great stuff I missed, basically everything that isn't Sydney, Ayer's Rock (apologies, can't remember the proper name they use now or Adelaide or Melbourne.

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