Monday Lifelines: how to talk kiwi part 2

Here is the second part of how to speak kiwi.

Duffy cult – not easy
Amejan – visualise
Day old chuck – very young poultry
Bug hut – popular recording
Bun button – been bitten by insect
Beard – place to sleep
Chully bun – esky
Sucks peck – half a dozen beers
Ear New Zulland – New Zealand airline company
Beers – large savage animals found in US forests
Veerjun – mythical New Zealand maiden
One doze – well known computer program
Brudge – structure spanning a stream
Sex – one less than sivven
Tin – one more than nine
Iggs Ecktly – precisely
Earplane – large flying machine
Beggage chucken – place to leave your suitcase at the earport
Sivven Sucks Sivven – larhe Boeing aircraft
Sivven Four Sivven – large Boeing aircraft
Cuds – children
Pits – domestic animals
Cuttin – baby cat
Munce – usually served on toast

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