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Definition funny of Didge:
Slang Term used by teenagers in coldwater and gladstone michigan to describe a ciggarette. To Smock Didge.
Scott: Hey devin give me a hit off your didge Devin: aight 3 hit pass aaron: Pass That Didge my way nukkkkkkkah.
Slang for someone who lives their life through technology. Or digital means.
Did you know Adam tweeted the pub for his drinks order?" "Oh yeah Adam's well Didge"
The effects of a large amount of amphetamine when the user suffers hallucinations and/or paranoia. When the person acts oddly it is known as 'didging'. Slang word for speed/ amphetamines. This definition has been used in the Newport, South Wales area for the past few years.
"Look at Matt, he's didging right out bruv!" "I just got a bag of didge and I'm off into town to party!"
Money - any type of currency
Songs about Didge:
Bhairav Didge by Tarshito from the Album Didgeridoo Drum Dance
Didge Jam by Nick Burman from the Album Jam Tracks In F# Minor
Numalu (Story of Aboriginal Boy Growing in to Manhood.) [ Real Didge Playing On This Track.] by The Rainbow Singers & Gary Q Mr I from the Album Australia
Didge and Drums by Ariel Kalma from the Album Didgeridoo Drum Dance
Didge Daz by Hilight Tribe from the Album Didgeridoo Drum Dance 2
Talkative Didge by David Hudson & Friends from the Album Australian Savannah: A Compilation of Digeridoo Masterworks
Digeridoo Song (How to Learn the Didge) [Also Real Didge Playing On This Track.] by The Rainbow Singers & Gary Q Mr I from the Album Australia
Books about Didge:
Ridgy Didge Guidebook to Australia
Ridgy-Didge Rhythms Music Leaders Guide (Outback Expedition) by Cynthia Wheeler and Thomas Nummela (2000)
Mabel Didge Luhan: New Woman, New Worlds by Lois Palken Rudnick (1984)
Old Mobeetie 1877 - 1885, Texas Panhandle News Items from the Didge City Times by Lonnie J., Editor White (1967)
Fair Dinkum and Ridgy Didge : Yarns from the Top End by Bob Lunney and Diane Gardoll (1988)
Wiki information Didge:
The didgeridoo is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia around 1,500 years ago and still in widespread use today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or...
Ridgey Didge was a popular Network Ten magazine television programme for children in Australia. The name is an Australian slang term meaning honest, true or the real thing.