Castle clas­sics

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - 20-year anniversary -

Old-time Aussie ex­pres­sions were res­ur­rected by the Ker­ri­g­ans and new ones went straight to the pool room of Aussie ver­nac­u­lar. Darryl Ker­ri­gan: Tell ’em they’re dreamin’. Fed­eral Court judge: And what law are you bas­ing this ar­gu­ment on? Darryl: The law of bloody com­mon­sense! Dale Ker­ri­gan: If Dad is the back­bone, Mum is the other bones — all of ’em. Dale: If there’s any­thing Dad loved more than seren­ity, it was a big two-stroke en­gine on full throt­tle! Darryl: Oh, Steve, could you move the Camira? I need to get the To­rana out so I can get to the Com­modore. Steve Ker­ri­gan: I’ll have to get the keys to the Cortina if I’m gonna move that Camira. Darryl: Yeah, watch the boat, mate. Sal Ker­ri­gan: Good onya, darl! Den­nis Denuto: It’s the vibe of the thing, Your Hon­our. Dale: Dad still can’t work out how he got it so cheap. It’s worth al­most as much to­day as when we bought it. Darryl: You can’t buy what I’ve got. Lau­rie Ham­mill: You can ac­quire a house, but you can’t ac­quire a home, be­cause a home is not built of bricks and mor­tar, but of love and me­mories.

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