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Rhyming slang from the name of Australian businessman and media mogul Reg Grundy.


Reg Grundys pl (plural only)

  1. (Australia, rhyming slang) Undies.
    • 2001, Shane Maloney, chapter I, in The Brush-Off[1], page 286:
      If this kept up, I′d get dizzy and pass out. And then Ken would start to go through my pockets and find what I had in my Reg Grundys.
    • 2007, Robert G Barrett, Les Norton and the Case of the Talking Pie Crust, 2010, HarperCollins Australia, unnumbered page,
      But Lasjoz kept his T-shirts, sox, Reg Grundys and hankies folded tidily and separated from each other.
    • 2009, Sonia Neale, Death by Teenager, 2011, HarperCollins Australia, unnumbered page,
      What makes my children′s faces blaze hotter than crimson French knickers and matching suspender belt, is catching their parents walking around the house dressed only in their Reg Grundys.