You know you're an aussie if.

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    Jan 08, 2009 10:00 AM GMT
    just a funny email I got from my sister, thought some of you would get a kick out of it.


    You believe that stubbies can either be worn or drunk

    You think it is normal to have a Prime Minister called Kevin

    You waddle when you walk due to the 53 expired petrol discount vouchers stuffed in your wallet or purse

    You've made a bong out of your garden hose rather than use it for something illegal such as watering the garden

    You understand that the phrase 'a group of women wearing black thongs' refers to footwear and may be less alluring than it sounds

    You pronounce Melbourne as 'Mel-bin'

    You believe the 'L' in the word ' Australia ' is optional

    You can translate: 'Dazza and Shazza played Acca Dacca on the way to Maccas'

    You believe it makes perfect sense for a nation to decorate its highways with large fibreglass bananas, prawns and sheep

    You call your best friend 'a total bastard' but someone you really, truly despise is just 'a bit of a bastard'

    You think 'Woolloomooloo' is a perfectly reasonable name for a place

    You believe is makes sense for a country to have a $1 coin that's twice as big as its $2 coin

    You believe all famous Kiwis are actually Australian, until they stuff up, at which point they again become Kiwis

    You know, whatever the tourist books say, that no one says 'cobber'

    You still don't get why the 'Labor' in 'Australian Labor Party' is not spelt with a 'u'

    You wear ugh boots outside the house

    You believe that the more you shorten someone's name the more you like them

    You understand that 'excuse me' can sound rude, while 'scuse me' is alway polite

    You know what it's like to swallow a fly, on occasions via your nose

    You understand that 'you' has a plural and that it's 'youse'

    You know it's not summer until the steering wheel is too hot to handle

    You still think of Kylie as 'that girl off Neighbours'

    When returning home from overseas, you expect to be brutally strip-searched by Customs - just in case you're trying to sneak in fruit

    You believe the phrase 'smart casual' refers to a pair of black tracky-daks, suitably laundered

    You understand that all train timetables are works of fiction

    When working at a bar, you understand male customers will feel the need to offer an excuse whenever they order low-alcohol beer

    You get choked up with emotion by the first verse of the national anthem and then have trouble remembering the second

    You find yourself ignorant of nearly all the facts deemed essential in the government's new test for migrants.

    You will immediately forward this list to other Australians, here and overseas, realising that only they will understand!!
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  • Timbales

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    Jan 08, 2009 12:36 PM GMT
    that's cute

    we have a version of that, too

    You drive 55 mph through 10 feet of snow during a raging blizzard without flinching.
    You install security lights on your house and garage, and then leave both unlocked.
    You carry jumper cables in your car, and your girlfriend knows how to use them.
    You know 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, cold, and construction.
    Cows are just part of the scenery
    You know that the phrase, "Goin up ta," applies to going north, south, east, or west, up or down in elevation, and pretty much any other way you can travel.
    Its perfectly normal for your life's aspirations to be working for the county.
    Halloween costumes are always designed around a snowsuit and winter boots.
    You can name everyone you graduated with.
    You know what 4-H is.
    You said the 'F' word and your parents knew within an hour.
    You have more miles on your snow blower than your car.
    The town next to you is considered "trashy" or "snotty" when it is just like your town.
    You wear shorts when it hits 50 degrees.
    Winter starts Halloween night.
    You live within 10 minutes of an Ice Rink.
    Even ugly people enter beauty contests.
    Your doors to your car freeze shut.
    Your teachers call you by your older sibling's name.
    You have to name six surrounding towns to explain to people where you're from.
    The mosquitoes in your yard have legal landing rights.
    Catching lighting bugs is a way to entertain your kids for hours.
    You suffer a heart attack while shoveling snow out of your driveway.
    You owe more money on your snowmobile than your car.
    You consider it a sport to gather your food by drilling through 36 inchesof ice and sitting there all day hoping that the food will swim by.
    You're proud that your region makes the national news 96 nights a year because Saranac Lake is the coldest spot in the nation, and Syracuse gets more snow than any other major city in the US.
    Your local Dairy Queen is closed from October through May.
    Down South means Corning .
    You go out for a fish fry every Friday .
    You measure distance in hours.
    You know several people who have hit deer more than once.
    You often switch from "heat" to "A/C" in the same day.
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    You can spew out a Kath & Kim quote at any given situashun. icon_wink.gif


    Look at moiye!


    Look at MOIYE!!



    LOOK AT MOIYE!!!
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    ....if you take the barby and the esky to the footie..
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    Jan 08, 2009 3:40 PM GMT
    If you grew up getting off on underwear models in K-Mart catalogues!
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    You know you are from Norhern Virginia, when....

    You say you're "from DC", it's just simpler that way.

    Your distant relatives (some of whom you haven't met since your first birthday) call you for someplace to stay for free when they visit Washington. If you haven't yet gotten used to saying "no" they might … might … take you out for a fancy dinner at IHOP. When they ask if you'd like that, you try to explain the wonders of Salvadorean, Ethiopian, Afghan, Thai and Indian food but eventually you give up and go to IHOP.

    You listen with a smile as they rave about their visit to the Air and Space Museum. Likewise, they don't understand why you're not thrilled to join them visiting all of the monuments. When you say you're going to the Mall you might mean you're going shopping, but you probably mean you're going to a museum.

    You know nobody who smokes. This mystifies your out-of-town guests.

    You live in Virginia, but it's Northern Virginia … it's nothing like the rest of Virginia. The rest of Virginia doesn't like us and they don't vote for anything we favor. And we don't have southern accents! (Exception: When you went to college somewhere else and asked "what are y'all doing?" they laughed at you for saying "y'all".)

    You know where Vietnam is - it's been re-located to the Eden Center in Falls Church. Most of Korea is now in Annandale. Nobody is left in Bolivia or Ecuador, but you can find them all on the soccer fields of Arlington on Saturdays and Sundays. In off-hours and basement rooms, your church hosts Korean, Vietnamese, Hispanic and Ethiopian congregations.

    You not only know what the World Bank, the IMF and EPA are, you know WHERE they are (and where the FBI and the CIA and the Pentagon are). You actually know someone who works for the CIA. Some of your friends don't know what their parents/spouses do (it's secret). You know several Congressmen/Senators/diplomats because they're your next-door neighbors. You can live next door to an "unindicted co-conspirator" and not worry for your safety on that account — for that matter, your kids probably play with his kids and that doesn't bother you either.

    You know that fancy stretch limousines never contain anybody of the least importance. Really important people are driven in quiet black Lincoln Town Cars with reading lamps on the back of the rear seat. They are often seen empty (drivers chatting in a bunch nearby) next to television satellite-uplink trucks (gotta get that speech onto the evening news).

    The sight of armed security no longer bothers you. The sight of LOTS of armed security at the Pentagon Metro station doesn't bother you much.

    When people ask for directions, you tell them it's either "inside" or "outside" the beltway. It is ALWAYS rush hour. You think traffic moving 1 mile in 5 minutes is "not that bad."

    You know that in Arlington, the same road can run parallel to itself, and often changes names mid-block. (
    Arlington is ridiculous. Four different streets can have the same name...before mapquest you had a helluva time figuring out which street the address was on!)

    You can take the subway to another state.

    It is (and will always be) "NATIONAL AIRPORT" not "Reagan National”.

    You turn on the "local news" to hear about the latest national scandals/events.

    The parking lot at work looks like an auto importer's showroom.

    You laugh every time you see the "Surrender Dorothy" regularly obliterated and then re-painted on the bridge over the beltway approaching the Mormon Temple.

    You can go to school or work every day and see at least 5 people you've never seen before. The same number of people have suddenly moved away.

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    Jan 08, 2009 5:03 PM GMT
    Caslon8000 saidYou know you are from Norhern Virginia, when....

    You say you're "from DC", it's just simpler that way.

    BLAH BLAH BLAH


    This is an Aussie thread. Why deviate? Go create your own, we're not interested!!! icon_evil.gif
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    Jan 08, 2009 5:30 PM GMT
    FBfugitive said
    Caslon8000 saidYou know you are from Norhern Virginia, when....

    You say you're "from DC", it's just simpler that way.

    BLAH BLAH BLAH


    This is an Aussie thread. Why deviate? Go create your own, we're not interested!!! icon_evil.gif


    Amen! And I'm an aussie LIVING in DC ;)

    Those aussie ones are great! Thanks OP.
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    Jan 08, 2009 5:57 PM GMT
    seanp7 said
    FBfugitive said
    Caslon8000 saidYou know you are from Norhern Virginia, when....

    You say you're "from DC", it's just simpler that way.

    BLAH BLAH BLAH


    This is an Aussie thread. Why deviate? Go create your own, we're not interested!!! icon_evil.gif


    Amen! And I'm an aussie LIVING in DC ;)

    Those aussie ones are great! Thanks OP.

    funny pictures

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    When did Syracuse, NY become part of Australia?

    I see why "You know you're an aussie if. " doesnt include that you are known for your charm, grace, and tact.

    funny pictures
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    FBfugitive said
    Caslon8000 saidYou know you are from Norhern Virginia, when....

    You say you're "from DC", it's just simpler that way.

    BLAH BLAH BLAH


    This is an Aussie thread. Why deviate? Go create your own, we're not interested!!! icon_evil.gif

    funny pictures
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    Jan 08, 2009 7:17 PM GMT
    FBfugitive said
    Caslon8000 saidYou know you are from Norhern Virginia, when....

    You say you're "from DC", it's just simpler that way.

    BLAH BLAH BLAH


    This is an Aussie thread. Why deviate? Go create your own, we're not interested!!! icon_evil.gif

    Don't talk for me, I'm interested, don't go hating on Caslon, Timberoo also made additions about Canada, its all funny and I love all of it so get off your high horse and relax or I'll get nasty.
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    Jan 08, 2009 7:29 PM GMT
    adding to the list: Ozzies like to walk EVERYWHERE barefoot icon_lol.gif
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    lilTanker saidso get off your high horse and relax or I'll get nasty.


    My plan is working like a charm. Nothing like an Aussie getting nasty and ...sleazy. You lot are fit! icon_razz.gif
  • Timbales

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    Jan 08, 2009 7:57 PM GMT
    a dingo eats your baby?
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    Timberoo saida dingo eats your baby?
    hahaha yes well... debatable that..
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    Jan 08, 2009 8:41 PM GMT
    You Know You're a True Seattle-ite when...

    1. You've scraped your icy car windows with a credit card.
    2. You've "shoveled" your driveway with a whisk broom or dust pan.
    3. You don't think twice about wearing Teva sandals, blaze yellow Gortex, rip-stop pants to a nice steakhouse.
    4. You don't go to work for a whole week if there's 2 inches of snow.
    5. You take your dog to play at a special park just for dogs.
    6. With all the microbrews around, drinking a Bud is like drinking Folgers.
    7. You have a lifetime REI membership.
    8. You sometimes frequent outdoor gear stores more than the grocery store.
    9. You have tire chains and actually use them to get to your favored outdoor activity even if you "can't" get to work.
    10. You've seriously taken a class on avalanches and how to survive them in the backcountry.
    11. You know what NIMBY's are.
    12. You ARE a NIMBY.
    13. You think Taco Del Mar is pretty good Mexican food.
    14. You wanted a piece of the demolished King Dome.
    15. You think there should be MORE Starbucks.
    16. You think there are too many Starbucks.
    17. You have an I.V. line of coffee dripping into your body at all hours.
    18. You go to a small concrete/glass enclosure on an annual basis to watch fish desperately swim against the current.
    19. You know what "Keep Clam" is from.
    20. You think Copper River salmon is WAAAAAY tastier than the rest.
    21. You've driven to Vancouver, B.C. to shop.
    22. You don't know that driving 60mph is SLOW in most parts of metro America.
    23. You stop for pedestrians because you know they don't even look before stepping into traffic.
    24. You've visited all major fish 'n chips restaurants and know which is best for which seafoods.
    25. You own at least one of the following: an S.U.V., a Vanagon, or a hybrid.
    26. You know which house is Bill's.
    27. You've kayaked past "The Sleepless In Seattle" house.
    28. You own some weird figurine made out of Mt. Helen's ash.
    29. You've hiked in a lava tube.
    30. You've eaten a fish taco.
    31. You recycle everything possible and think people who don't are criminally irresponsible.
    32. You'll always like watching the fish throwers at Pike Place.
    33. You don't wear high heels/hose or neckties, pretty much ever.
    34. You've experienced firsthand the difference between "water-resistant" and "water-proof" clothing.
    35. You know Seattle actually gets less annual rainfall than NYC and that summer is amazingly perfect.
    36. You don't tell too many people because than it will get even more crowded here than it already is.
    37. You've done one of the following: dug for clams, fly fished, or raised a crab pot out of the ocean.
    38. You personally know someone who owns a boat.
    39. You think people who drink Maxwell House on purpose are out of their minds.
    40. You've been to the original Starbucks location in Pike Place.
    41. You've seen Howard there.
    42. You think beaches are just fine at 65 degrees with ankle-numbing water.
    43. You don't carry an umbrella.
    45. Your kids play in the rain and don't care.
    46. When Mt. Rainier appears on a sunny day, you are always amazed.
    47. You have a giant moss carpet outside your house, not a lawn.
    48. Your bathroom has black mold somewhere.
    49. You don't iron your clothes.
    50. You've seen one of the following in your neighborhood: bear, coyote, buck, mountain lion.
    51. You've tried lutefisk.
    52. You don't need to call a computer specialist for home computer problems because you or someone you know can fix it.
    53. You give directions like this: I can't remember what that road's called, but it's just past the hill, after the Shell station. If you start going up another hill, then you've passed it. I think there's some kind of plant nursery across from where you turn, so look for that.
    54. You know someone who retired extremely wealthy before turning 40.
    55. You don't listen to the weather forecast anymore - you just stay prepared for whatever weather hits.
    56. Your kids play their entire soccer season in the rain.
    57. You have flex hours at work.
    58. You can't believe Boeing moved it's HQ elsewhere.
    59. You eat at least one kind of Asian food on a regular basis.
    60. You are regularly sobered by the power of Mother Nature, whether that be noticing tsunami escape routes in Ocean Shores, experiencing earthquakes in downtown Seattle, hearing about volcanic activity, or seeing rapid flooding of our local rivers.
    61. You do one or more of the following: catch rainwater in rain barrels, compost, and/or use organic pesticides/weed killer.
    62. You don't think it's strange that there's a Bavarian village an hour and a half outside Seattle.
    63. You can repeat word-for-word what that robotic female intercom voice says on the circle drive outside Sea-Tac Airport.
    64. You want to smash that intercom when you're waiting to pick up someone at the airport.
    64. You know the phone number to report carpool lane violators.
    65. You've been in four completely different weather systems all in one day.
    66. You've "packed it in and packed it out".
    67. You have at least three friends who are working "contract".
    68. You've been in subterranean downtown Seattle via "The Underground Tour"
    69. You've been on most of the ferry routes and missed ferries by just a few seconds.
    70. You've had a "Nordie bar".
    71. You've had pets in counseling.
    72. You expect people to come to complete stops in highway merge lanes.
    73. You enjoy having "help out to the car" with your groceries.
    74. You're polite with people but not too personal.
    75. You email way more than you phone anyone.
    76. You've visited The Troll, Lenin, and Hendrix.
    77. You've driven to the western edge of America on a whim, and it took a really long time to get there.
    78. You've gone camping on a whim.
    79. You own your own tent and about a hundred other camping supplies.
    80. You sort of do but sort of don't "believe" in the existence of the Sasquatch.
    81. You've seen the Seahawks play in Qwest Field.
    82. You've seen the majestic beauty of old growth forests.
    83. Your family's taken the tour of Safeco Field and been in the players' lockerroom (really cool tour).
    84. You've "met The Man".
    85. You've changed clothes in your car for any of the following activities: cycling, skiing, boarding, camping, fishing, hiking.
    86. You've seen the summer wildflowers at Mount Rainier.
    87. You know Baker has the most snow the earliest.
    88. You've driven up to Whistler to ski or mountain bike.
    89. You wonder what would happen at the Canadian border if you admit to transporting homegrown tree fruit.
    90. You have Canadian coins in your house or wallet.
    91. You've considered buying a powerful propane torch to kill weeds in your yard, chemical-free.
    92. You've bought something really good from Value Village.
    93. You've seen bald eagles and orca whales in the wild.
    94. You know University of Washington is known as "udub", not "u of w" or "uw".
    95. You know where all the free wireless is.
    96. You never have a real tan but you do get badly sunburned at least once every year.
    97. You own one of those lamps that simulates sunlight.
    98. You've eaten aplets or cotlets.
    99. You think the recently suggested state slogan, "Say-Wah" is about the dumbest thing you've ever heard.
    100. You know you're living in one of the most beautiful parts of the world and you try hard to experience it, appreciate it, and take care of it.
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    Jan 08, 2009 8:41 PM GMT
    You Know You're a True Seattle-ite when...

    1. You've scraped your icy car windows with a credit card.
    2. You've "shoveled" your driveway with a whisk broom or dust pan.
    3. You don't think twice about wearing Teva sandals, blaze yellow Gortex, rip-stop pants to a nice steakhouse.
    4. You don't go to work for a whole week if there's 2 inches of snow.
    5. You take your dog to play at a special park just for dogs.
    6. With all the microbrews around, drinking a Bud is like drinking Folgers.
    7. You have a lifetime REI membership.
    8. You sometimes frequent outdoor gear stores more than the grocery store.
    9. You have tire chains and actually use them to get to your favored outdoor activity even if you "can't" get to work.
    10. You've seriously taken a class on avalanches and how to survive them in the backcountry.
    11. You know what NIMBY's are.
    12. You ARE a NIMBY.
    13. You think Taco Del Mar is pretty good Mexican food.
    14. You wanted a piece of the demolished King Dome.
    15. You think there should be MORE Starbucks.
    16. You think there are too many Starbucks.
    17. You have an I.V. line of coffee dripping into your body at all hours.
    18. You go to a small concrete/glass enclosure on an annual basis to watch fish desperately swim against the current.
    19. You know what "Keep Clam" is from.
    20. You think Copper River salmon is WAAAAAY tastier than the rest.
    21. You've driven to Vancouver, B.C. to shop.
    22. You don't know that driving 60mph is SLOW in most parts of metro America.
    23. You stop for pedestrians because you know they don't even look before stepping into traffic.
    24. You've visited all major fish 'n chips restaurants and know which is best for which seafoods.
    25. You own at least one of the following: an S.U.V., a Vanagon, or a hybrid.
    26. You know which house is Bill's.
    27. You've kayaked past "The Sleepless In Seattle" house.
    28. You own some weird figurine made out of Mt. Helen's ash.
    29. You've hiked in a lava tube.
    30. You've eaten a fish taco.
    31. You recycle everything possible and think people who don't are criminally irresponsible.
    32. You'll always like watching the fish throwers at Pike Place.
    33. You don't wear high heels/hose or neckties, pretty much ever.
    34. You've experienced firsthand the difference between "water-resistant" and "water-proof" clothing.
    35. You know Seattle actually gets less annual rainfall than NYC and that summer is amazingly perfect.
    36. You don't tell too many people because than it will get even more crowded here than it already is.
    37. You've done one of the following: dug for clams, fly fished, or raised a crab pot out of the ocean.
    38. You personally know someone who owns a boat.
    39. You think people who drink Maxwell House on purpose are out of their minds.
    40. You've been to the original Starbucks location in Pike Place.
    41. You've seen Howard there.
    42. You think beaches are just fine at 65 degrees with ankle-numbing water.
    43. You don't carry an umbrella.
    45. Your kids play in the rain and don't care.
    46. When Mt. Rainier appears on a sunny day, you are always amazed.
    47. You have a giant moss carpet outside your house, not a lawn.
    48. Your bathroom has black mold somewhere.
    49. You don't iron your clothes.
    50. You've seen one of the following in your neighborhood: bear, coyote, buck, mountain lion.
    51. You've tried lutefisk.
    52. You don't need to call a computer specialist for home computer problems because you or someone you know can fix it.
    53. You give directions like this: I can't remember what that road's called, but it's just past the hill, after the Shell station. If you start going up another hill, then you've passed it. I think there's some kind of plant nursery across from where you turn, so look for that.
    54. You know someone who retired extremely wealthy before turning 40.
    55. You don't listen to the weather forecast anymore - you just stay prepared for whatever weather hits.
    56. Your kids play their entire soccer season in the rain.
    57. You have flex hours at work.
    58. You can't believe Boeing moved it's HQ elsewhere.
    59. You eat at least one kind of Asian food on a regular basis.
    60. You are regularly sobered by the power of Mother Nature, whether that be noticing tsunami escape routes in Ocean Shores, experiencing earthquakes in downtown Seattle, hearing about volcanic activity, or seeing rapid flooding of our local rivers.
    61. You do one or more of the following: catch rainwater in rain barrels, compost, and/or use organic pesticides/weed killer.
    62. You don't think it's strange that there's a Bavarian village an hour and a half outside Seattle.
    63. You can repeat word-for-word what that robotic female intercom voice says on the circle drive outside Sea-Tac Airport.
    64. You want to smash that intercom when you're waiting to pick up someone at the airport.
    64. You know the phone number to report carpool lane violators.
    65. You've been in four completely different weather systems all in one day.
    66. You've "packed it in and packed it out".
    67. You have at least three friends who are working "contract".
    68. You've been in subterranean downtown Seattle via "The Underground Tour"
    69. You've been on most of the ferry routes and missed ferries by just a few seconds.
    70. You've had a "Nordie bar".
    71. You've had pets in counseling.
    72. You expect people to come to complete stops in highway merge lanes.
    73. You enjoy having "help out to the car" with your groceries.
    74. You're polite with people but not too personal.
    75. You email way more than you phone anyone.
    76. You've visited The Troll, Lenin, and Hendrix.
    77. You've driven to the western edge of America on a whim, and it took a really long time to get there.
    78. You've gone camping on a whim.
    79. You own your own tent and about a hundred other camping supplies.
    80. You sort of do but sort of don't "believe" in the existence of the Sasquatch.
    81. You've seen the Seahawks play in Qwest Field.
    82. You've seen the majestic beauty of old growth forests.
    83. Your family's taken the tour of Safeco Field and been in the players' lockerroom (really cool tour).
    84. You've "met The Man".
    85. You've changed clothes in your car for any of the following activities: cycling, skiing, boarding, camping, fishing, hiking.
    86. You've seen the summer wildflowers at Mount Rainier.
    87. You know Baker has the most snow the earliest.
    88. You've driven up to Whistler to ski or mountain bike.
    89. You wonder what would happen at the Canadian border if you admit to transporting homegrown tree fruit.
    90. You have Canadian coins in your house or wallet.
    91. You've considered buying a powerful propane torch to kill weeds in your yard, chemical-free.
    92. You've bought something really good from Value Village.
    93. You've seen bald eagles and orca whales in the wild.
    94. You know University of Washington is known as "udub", not "u of w" or "uw".
    95. You know where all the free wireless is.
    96. You never have a real tan but you do get badly sunburned at least once every year.
    97. You own one of those lamps that simulates sunlight.
    98. You've eaten aplets or cotlets.
    99. You think the recently suggested state slogan, "Say-Wah" is about the dumbest thing you've ever heard.
    100. You know you're living in one of the most beautiful parts of the world and you try hard to experience it, appreciate it, and take care of it.
  • Musclebucket

    Posts: 157

    Jan 08, 2009 8:44 PM GMT
    If you wake in the morning in bed with a kangaroo

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  • jeffper1

    Posts: 148

    Jan 08, 2009 9:25 PM GMT
    i know i am an aussie when i don't live in australia
  • jeffper1

    Posts: 148

    Jan 08, 2009 9:27 PM GMT
    and you know when you are NOT a seattle'ite...when you don' go there
  • DCEric

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    Jan 08, 2009 9:45 PM GMT
    You are not sure why Waltzing Matilda isn't the national anthem.

    /and I am not even Aussie.
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    Jan 08, 2009 11:50 PM GMT
    You know you're an Aussie when you have no issue eating your national emblems.
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    Jan 08, 2009 11:54 PM GMT
    DCEric saidYou are not sure why Waltzing Matilda isn't the national anthem.

    /and I am not even Aussie.

    Actually lots of aussies want this to be our anthem.
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    Jan 08, 2009 11:55 PM GMT
    cronker saidYou know you're an Aussie when you have no issue eating your national emblems.
    hehehe "Damn skippy, your one tasty roo"