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Old 11-26-2016, 01:30 PM   #3961
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Speaking with an Austalian is like trying to talk with someone who lives in an insane asylum!! You're lucky that Australia is so far away from every other country, because if you were'nt you would have been conquered by some one else a long time ago!!
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Actually Australians would have the same kind of trouble if you visited an area of the U.S. called Appalachia. Tens of thousands of rural people live in this area, and they use so much slang that even other Americans can't understand them. One thing though is very different. Australians are often thought to be very friendly people. The Appalachians are very territorial and they are very wary of strangers, and they might just kill you if you looked at them the wrong way, and the law is nowhere around to help you. America can be a very dangerous place for the unwary!!
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Actually Australians would have the same kind of trouble if you visited an area of the U.S. called Appalachia. Tens of thousands of rural people live in this area, and they use so much slang that even other Americans can't understand them...
Rural people that no one can understand... do you mean rednecks?
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Rural people that no one can understand... do you mean rednecks?
For Appalachia the better term is "hillbilly"
The people who live in Appalachia in historical terms have ben known to make their own liquor and they don't pay Federal income taxes, and there are stories that when Federal revenue agents come around asking questions they are often murdered and buried in unmarked graves. There may be hundreds of these "agents" who have been killed over the many decades since the early 1900's
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No one could conquer us, they have to kill all of us to do it as we'd be at them and at them and at them...
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No one could conquer us, they have to kill all of us to do it as we'd be at them and at them and at them...
Australia has a modern military now, but hundreds of years ago Australia if it had been closer to Europe would have no doubt been conquered by England, France or Germany.
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Australia has a modern military now, but hundreds of years ago Australia if it had been closer to Europe would have no doubt been conquered by England, France or Germany.
Wasn't Australia colonised by Britain...
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Wasn't Australia colonised by Britain...
Yes. It was part of the older British Commonwealth, but then gained it's independence, as did New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, the Republic of Ireland (not Northern Ireland ) and all those nations in Africa such as Kenya, Rhodesia and others. I am just speculating that if the continent of australia had been in a different location such as between europe and america ( where the mythical continent of Atlantis was thought to be) that it might have been conqured long ago by someone other than Great Britain.
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Hi loosegoose. You often use weird words in your posts. Some are aussie slang terms, but according to tmee2000, some may be nonsense words. I printed up from the internet an Australian to English slang dictionary and found some of the words you used in a previous post, but some I can't find. I wish that for the sake of me and other American members you could use English words and not your weird aussie slang and weird words. Thank you for your cooperation.
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If I ever get to Australia the first thing I am going to do is find Motorboater, knock him out with some chloroform, then put him in a sack, hire a boat and sail out about 20 miles off the coast into Great white shark territory. Then I will put a few pounds of chum (shark bait ) in the water which will attract the great white, an then open the sack. By then Motorboater will be awake just in time to see me pushing him into the water and Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, the great white grabbing him and just like in the movie "Jaws" biting him in half and swallowing him!!!
Well. As I've said earlier itt. It would be just if a shark ate me due to the amount of friends and relatives I've ate of their over the years.

You might want to take advantage of the fact I'm at Phillip Island ATM. Boats and the treacherous Bass Strait being right here.
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