Franzi (franzeska) wrote in linguaphiles,
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"Do one's tater/quince"

The slang phrase "do one's tater" came up on the english community recently. (see here) None of us had ever heard it before, but I have reason to think it might be Australian. Anybody familiar with it? Is this something totally old fashioned? Positively archaic?
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  • प्रत्यक्षदर्शी

    Please write what does the eyewitness say after 0:45 till 2:12 thanks in advance PS Original text of an interview in short terms is also…

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    I have checked the India tag but did not see something like this, but apologies if this is a duplicate. Also apologies if my focus is too narrow.…

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