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Old 04-19-2011, 07:35 AM   #81
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Vegemite is one aussie food I can't handle. WTF is it!?
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Old 04-19-2011, 08:11 AM   #82
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[QUOTE=palo5;1557248]The cold stops the larvas becoming 'adult', so I'm told. But it doesn't kill them, unfortunately. They survive everything. Even -60C doesn't kill them

Yeah, it is surprising just what does survive the winter isn't it!



Lynx could be a danger for your pet dog if it's alone, but you should be OK


Lynx are a danger for sheep and things, but they are very shy, and will usually just run off into the woods if they see you. They very rarely attack people. That said, I have seen one just a few metres from my house! No dog here, but again that AAA battery might just come in useful!

Elk are not predators and are no threat. The "city elks" are curious juveniles who don't know better ' Ignore them

Actually elks can be surprisingly dangerous creatures! Especially if you happen to accidentally come across a mother and her calf, then she will be extremely aggressive, and at some 250 kg, she is a formidable threat! True, usually the biggest danger from them is if you hit one in your car, several people die here each year through collisions with elks! But they are not something to be taken too lightly my friend.
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Actually elks can be surprisingly dangerous creatures!
I think they're beautiful animals

They're only dangerous if stupid humans disobey the laws of nature
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I think they're beautiful animals

They're only dangerous if stupid humans disobey the laws of nature

They are indeed beautiful animals!

Some people do put themselves in harms way that is true, but out here I am surrounded by woods and nature, and it is quite easy to bump into elks here. Usually they will run off, but as mentioned earlier, if it's a mother and calf - watch out! you do not always see both of them 'til it is too late.

Fortunately, elks are very strong smelling and you can usually tell when there is one close by, so you can be on your guard.


PS. They are great to eat too! A bit like beef if cooked right.
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Not many did at first

But when they discovered gold, everything changed and Englishmen begged to be deported
I think the weather and nice people swayed it.
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If i was an Australian, i'd probably be a moderator on a site very much like this one


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Yeast extract, a by-product of beer.

tmee's right. We don't actually eat it. We just like to watch you guys try to
We generally have a far healthier diet



As for Aussie sheila's, some of the best in the world.



As to the lack of Aussie porn.
Why pay to watch, when you can be paid to participate?
I think the rest of the worlds female 'porn stars' feel a little threatend, as the expression 'to suck a golf ball through a garden hose' is just standard training for our outback girls who generally don't have adequate plumbing and have to siphon beer, water and fuel through various hoses.



Aussie girls are plentiful, talented down to earth and will bend over backwards to please you. .

Another brief word about our wildlife.
Never, under any circumstances, not even if he can prove he hasn't been drinking and takes a breathalyser test, Never let a dingo drive your car.
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We have a lot of whelks over here, they are also good to eat.

They are very slow moving, so not dangerous, unless they've gone off
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What a beauty, Had it been true about hallucinating after licking a Cane Toad, Sure as hell would have made dodging trams more fun...
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Has anyone mentioned these yet?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_ringed_octopus
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Has anyone mentioned these yet?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_ringed_octopus
No, But if you like I could send you some
Lovely little buggers aren't they

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In a word

YUM

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