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    MAMA BEAR: Someones been sleeping in MY bed
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    MAMA BEAR: Someones been sleeping in MY bed
    PAPA BEAR: Someones been sleeping in MY bed
    PAPA ROACH: Someones been cutting MY life to pieces

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    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.

    Yeah, that's a silly perception really. Thanks for setting the record straight.

    Now I know that Aussies are so badass that they even drink their hot chocolate with venomous spiders!

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    Peaky Blinders season 3, please come to Netflix soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.

    Australia is one of those last of the wilderness places though.

    I think its a bit like when I've heard American friends talk about terrorism and terrorists like some strange, frightening other, I think of my own context and that usually those people are the people who dont work but never seem short of money, the guy on the bus who doesnt get off at any stops but just rides it all day long or the guy who doesnt have any actual work to do but gets paid by the foreman at a construction job for sitting reading the news paper each day.

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    WHY ARE BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES SO EXPENSIVE

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    Quote Originally Posted by theforsaken View Post
    WHY ARE BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES SO EXPENSIVE

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    BECAUSE THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL!

    I cannot go feeling happy I got new clothes unless I feel like I have been riding close to $100.

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    So so so hard to find good looking clothes for men that's not ordinary and boring af.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Americans seem to have this perception of Australia as full of spiders and deadly things that can kill you anytime. I've always found this kind of amusing. I can go weeks without seeing a spider, and when I do, they're usually harmless (I do live in a city, but still).

    Anyway, I thought of you all the other day when my friend found a fucking redback spider under the lid of his hot chocolate.

    Haha read that they kill their predators that liquify their insides with their venom and drink.

    Now your friend will be the one to "drink" from the spider.
    Cause I can't stay

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