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21. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 00:45 GMT
Australia summed up in one man
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22. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 00:48 GMT
Rolf Harris, what a dag!
Edited on Fri 30th October, 2009 @ 00:48 by Machu
23. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 00:49 GMT
What is it, sort of like convict Marmite?
24. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 00:51 GMT
JayArr wrote:Vegemite.'nuff said.According to Wikipedia, it's also highly addictive and has caused many fatalities across Australia. Is it that bad?
According to Wikipedia, it's also highly addictive and has caused many fatalities across Australia. Is it that bad?
It is nastiest most foul gross rancid putrid grotesque horrindous awful vile substance ever created.
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25. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 00:53 GMT
Terranigma wrote:According to Wikipedia, it's also highly addictive and has caused many fatalities across Australia. Is it that bad? It is nastiest most foul gross rancid putrid grotesque horrindous awful vile substance ever created.
Worse than Brussel Sprouts?
26. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 00:56 GMT
Nothing is worse than brussel %$*£in' prouts!
And might I just say (so as to get back on topic), as a Brit who loves Marmite. Vegemite is waay nicer. Mmmmm!
27. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 01:00 GMT
I love Marmite too but I've never tried Vegemite before. I also hate Bovril
28. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 06:48 GMT
It's kind of stupid how people argue about what makes an Australian. The truth is that it doesn't where you come from or what language you speak. You are only a true Australian if you have a mate whose name can be shortened to Bazza. Everything else is just frippery.
Also Martin Luther King australianized (Aussisied):"Oi Bazza! I just had a beaut idea!"
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29. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 07:46 GMT
@FATEM: Funnily enough I have a friend called Barry
@JayArr: How much Vegemite did you have? It's seriously a lot nicer when spread thinly over a bit of butter or margarine, a big mistake a lot of us do to tourists is smear a crapload over the bread and expect them to think it's great.
Personally I can eat the stuff with a tablespoon
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30. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 07:53 GMT
Ahh Vegimite, the smell of it just sends my senses a flurrying. I have no idea what your on about it being crap, I agree however if you are referring to iSnack 2.0.
Now, lets break into simultaneous song;We're happy little VegemitesAs bright as bright can be.We all enjoy our VegemiteFor breakfast, lunch, and tea.Our mother says we're growingstronger every single week.Because we love our Vegemite.We all adore our Vegemite.It puts a rose in every cheek!
QUEEN OF SASS
In a way exhausting
we're problem solving
Drink 'til she's attractive
Talking 'bout diplomatic
I brought my plastic
Making that peace attractive
31. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 08:02 GMT
I think that the majority of Australians would not object to that being changed to our National anthem seeing as the majority of people know that better than the second verse of 'Advance Australia Fair'
32. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 08:20 GMT
It's horrible, my primary school never sang the second verse of 'Advance Australia Fair' so I never knew of its existance until about 4 years ago, I was 22 at the time, lol.
If the Vegemite song doesn't get put in as our national anthem, can I suggest the Neighbours theme?
Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours,With a little understanding, you can find a perfect plan.Neighbours, should be there for one another.That's when good neighbours become good friends.
33. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 08:27 GMT
Ugh I hate neighbours! What about a mash-up of stories from A Current Affair for our national anthem?
Why your cat may be trying to kill you,Teenage mums with missing limbs,What's being done about these immigrants,Satanic peadophiles teaching at your primary school gym.
34. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 08:29 GMT
Did you try it spread thin on butter?
Also: Barack Obama"Yes we can"= "She'll be right"
Edited on Fri 30th October, 2009 @ 08:34 by FATEM
35. Posted: Fri 30th Oct 2009 15:24 GMT
I suppose you lot sort of Australianized Isaac Newton, you had your own version in Alf from Home and Away. Ok, Alf may not have written anything to rival Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, but if there was a incident at the Summer Bay Caravan Park , he was always there to offer advice!
That's sort of the same thing.
Edited on Fri 30th October, 2009 @ 15:26 by Trin