We've all been there. You're having a heated argument, the other person simply won't stop or shut up and it just flows out of you with all its gutteral power. It's nice to know that Australia's politicians can trot it out every so often. Just the other day, Australia's Education Minister Christopher Pyne was in debate with the Opposition Leader Bill Shorten when he dropped the 'oul See You Next Tuesday.

What's more amazing, as you'll see in the video, is that not only was this on live TV, it also didn't phase anyone in the room. The Speaker - their version of the Ceann Comhairle - simply told him to refer to "people by their titles." This isn't the first time Australia's parliament has used the language reserved for angry dockworkers and train drivers. Ex-Prime Minister John Howard was known for peppering his language with an odd curse every now and then.

Here's the video. Question - do they actually have the Giant Boot thing from The Simpsons? Is cursing a bootable offense?