Buzz·Posted on 23 Feb 201617 Catchphrases Every Aussie Used To Froth OverDon't push me, push a Push Pop.by Mikey NicholsonBuzzFeed Staff, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. "Not happy Jan!" Yellow Pages Origin: A disgruntled manager yells it at her assistant in a Yellow Pages ad.Use: Any time you were pissed off. 2. "Look at moiii." ABC Origin: An iconic Kath & Kim quote.Use: When you wanted to get someone's attention in a humourous way. 3. "Hot like a sunrise." AAMI Origin: An AAMI insurance ad that turned into Australia's favourite love story.Use: How you described your bae. 4. "Don't push me, push a Push Pop." instagram.com Origin: The catchy slogan for a '90s lolly.Use: A timely snapback used against a much bigger opponent. 5. "Tell 'im he's dreamin'." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF 7 Network Origin: Darryl Kerrigan's infamous response to his son's bargain hunting.Use: When you had no time for silly buggers. 6. "What the?!" Network Ten Origin: A segment on late night talk show, Rove [Live], hosted by Rove McManus.Use: To describe anything that made absolutely no fucking sense. 7. "Say 'Hi' to your mum for me." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Network Ten Origin: Rove loved a catchphrase and ended every show with one request.Use: When you were giving your mates shit and wanted to be a bit festy. 8. "Ooh! Ahh! Glenn McGrath!" Hamish Blair / Getty Images Origin: Lyrics from a song dedicated to one of Australia's best bowlers.Use: How you addressed Glenn McGrath, always. 9. "That's GOLD!" 9 Network Origin: A segment on the NRL Footy Show that highlighted great photos.Use: Whenever something was bloody excellent. 10. "I'll have what she's having..." Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Kellogg's Origin: A Kellogg's ad that parodied a famous scene from When Harry Met Sally.Use: Whenever you wanted to ~seem~ funny at a restaurant. 11. "G-O-G-G-O..." Yellow Pages Origin: A disgruntled man in a Yellow Pages ad struggles to find a mechanic for his broken down car. Use: Any time you had to spell something out, no matter what the word was. 12. "You're terrible Muriel." 9 Network Origin: The only line Joanie says in Muriel's Wedding.Use: Any time your mate had a cheeky fuck up. 13. "It's time to go..." Network Ten Origin: The final words a Big Brother housemate would hear before being evicted.Use: If someone pissed you off. 14. "TOUCHDOWN!" Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Network Ten Origin: Any time Mark Holden felt an Australian Idol contestant did a bang-up job.Use: Literally any form of celebration. 15. "Don’t chop the dinosaur daddy!" The Natural Confectionery Co. Origin: An ad where a horrified little girl begs her dad not to cut a lolly in half.Use: When you had no time for sharing. 16. "One Three Double Oh Six Triple Five Oh Six." Southern Cross Ten Origin: The reading writing hotline phone number.Use: By singing the first part of the number, you would find any Australian in your vicinity. 17. "Ahh McCain, you've done it again." McCain Foods Origin: The slogan for any McCain product.Use: Never... until they bring back potato smiles. Need more proof that Australia is like no place else on earth? Sign up for BuzzFeed's "Meanwhile in Australia" newsletter!