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Old January 27th, 2014, 07:21 PM   #31
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Re: What would you do if your car broke down?

Hi Colin

That must be a phrase unique to Scotland! Over here a car with dubious road worthiness isn't known as a shed either (yep, that's where I keep my lawnmower too)..but the Aussie shed can be used for a lot more and can also be known as a Man Cave with couches, a fridge full of beer and a big screen TV to watch sport.

I thinks cars here are referred to as "rust buckets", "bombs" but the official slang directory doesn't list anything for a poor condition car.

Regardless it's understood that if you drive a shed over there then eventually you WILL breakdown!!

Chris
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