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What could be more bogan, than the sippy goon bag?

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COMMENTS

  • Themirkat
    6 points Oct 13,2019, 6:14pm

    I could be wrong, but this is sold as cooking wine. Am I a snob? SHIIIIIIIT

  • Friedrich_98
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 6:46pm

    The ultimate bogans sippy going bag would have to be fruity Lexia

  • Ardeet
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 6:46pm

    I remember when screw tops replaced corks and the initial upcry disappeared when the technology was shown to be superior for most general win consumption.

    We may possibly be looking at the next technological step forward in a multi billion dollar industry.

  • ProtoNeuromancer
    0 points Oct 13,2019, 7:36pm

    That's not a goon bag. That's a cooking ingredient.

COMMENTS

  • Themirkat
    6 points Oct 13,2019, 6:14pm

    I could be wrong, but this is sold as cooking wine. Am I a snob? SHIIIIIIIT

  • Friedrich_98
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 6:46pm

    The ultimate bogans sippy going bag would have to be fruity Lexia

  • Ardeet
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 6:46pm

    I remember when screw tops replaced corks and the initial upcry disappeared when the technology was shown to be superior for most general win consumption.

    We may possibly be looking at the next technological step forward in a multi billion dollar industry.

  • 1Mdrops
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:04pm

    If it’s any comparison, In France they sell 1L tetra-packs of wine, meant for the dinner table.

  • ProtoNeuromancer
    0 points Oct 13,2019, 7:36pm

    That's not a goon bag. That's a cooking ingredient.

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A friend of mine is a law graduate applying for positions. He came across this beauty while job hunting.

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COMMENTS

  • Universal-Cereal-Bus
    106 points Oct 13,2019, 9:44am

    Entry level role? Must have 20 years experience and be a CEO. Also must play guitar.

  • Mantzy81
    53 points Oct 13,2019, 9:36am

    Haha, fuck that employer

  • dealgirlinthepool
    52 points Oct 13,2019, 10:47am

    Strange combination of preferred universities...

  • feedbacksandwich
    14 points Oct 13,2019, 2:21pm

    What was the pay for this unicorn?

  • Justanaussie
    11 points Oct 13,2019, 5:45pm

    No wuckers, it's a legal firm so the correct answer is to simply lie your arse off.

  • dogatemydignity
    10 points Oct 13,2019, 5:09pm

    The successful candidate will be Harvey Specter for this entry level role.

  • Lauzz91
    7 points Oct 13,2019, 4:22pm

    Frankly, the job market being how it is, they probably will find someone like that willing to work for 47k

  • sati_lotus
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 6:11pm

    Is the instrument requirement a joke? How is it relevant to the role in any way?

  • KNuCK13_70P
    12 points Oct 13,2019, 4:57pm

    I have long suspected that ads like this appear in order to artificially increase the statistics on the number of available positions to make it look like that our unemployment rate isn't actually that bad.

  • t3h
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 6:54pm

    The firm only take the best in the legal market

    I see they did not only take the best proofreaders...

  • heykody
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 7:03pm

    Must be good at blowing instruments to move up in firm

  • darrenfx
    3 points Oct 13,2019, 5:05pm
  • 37047734
    3 points Oct 13,2019, 7:15pm

    But, you know, it’s the job seekers who are too picky.

  • strict_positive
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 6:18pm

    That last one about the musical instrument made my soul shudder.

  • lozzielozzie
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 7:46pm

    So embarrassing to read.

    I saw this on my uni’s job board a few months ago: If you send us a standard form resume that you’ve sent to tens or hundreds of other firms, we’ll treat it like all other spam.

    Plus some other silly demands, all by some tiny firm with nothing to offer...

  • PetrichorGirl
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 8:15pm

    “Competitions such as legal mooting and writing will have been won by you

    “If you... have genuine all round traits”.

    This is a dodgy law firm of C- grade lawyers. Decent lawyers are generally good writers. This sounds like it was written by a complete goose.

  • Anijealou
    3 points Oct 13,2019, 9:37am

    That sounds like trump is hiring. Your experience will be ‘Huge through out your resume’

  • UnstatesmanlikeArc
    -17 points Oct 13,2019, 4:47pm

    Is this meant to be bad? If you are hiring right out of school rather than an experienced hire, then you may as well aim to get the best. Especially since this is likely a partnership and you want those good enough to make a good partner.

COMMENTS

  • Universal-Cereal-Bus
    106 points Oct 13,2019, 9:44am

    Entry level role? Must have 20 years experience and be a CEO. Also must play guitar.

  • Mantzy81
    53 points Oct 13,2019, 9:36am

    Haha, fuck that employer

  • dealgirlinthepool
    52 points Oct 13,2019, 10:47am

    Strange combination of preferred universities...

  • btonkes
    37 points Oct 13,2019, 4:30pm

    They forgot: Passive voice sentences will have been inappropriately placed by you.

  • feedbacksandwich
    14 points Oct 13,2019, 2:21pm

    What was the pay for this unicorn?

  • Justanaussie
    11 points Oct 13,2019, 5:45pm

    No wuckers, it's a legal firm so the correct answer is to simply lie your arse off.

  • dogatemydignity
    10 points Oct 13,2019, 5:09pm

    The successful candidate will be Harvey Specter for this entry level role.

  • Lauzz91
    7 points Oct 13,2019, 4:22pm

    Frankly, the job market being how it is, they probably will find someone like that willing to work for 47k

  • sati_lotus
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 6:11pm

    Is the instrument requirement a joke? How is it relevant to the role in any way?

  • KNuCK13_70P
    12 points Oct 13,2019, 4:57pm

    I have long suspected that ads like this appear in order to artificially increase the statistics on the number of available positions to make it look like that our unemployment rate isn't actually that bad.

  • t3h
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 6:54pm

    The firm only take the best in the legal market

    I see they did not only take the best proofreaders...

  • heykody
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 7:03pm

    Must be good at blowing instruments to move up in firm

  • darrenfx
    3 points Oct 13,2019, 5:05pm
  • 37047734
    3 points Oct 13,2019, 7:15pm

    But, you know, it’s the job seekers who are too picky.

  • strict_positive
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 6:18pm

    That last one about the musical instrument made my soul shudder.

  • lozzielozzie
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 7:46pm

    So embarrassing to read.

    I saw this on my uni’s job board a few months ago: If you send us a standard form resume that you’ve sent to tens or hundreds of other firms, we’ll treat it like all other spam.

    Plus some other silly demands, all by some tiny firm with nothing to offer...

  • PetrichorGirl
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 8:15pm

    “Competitions such as legal mooting and writing will have been won by you

    “If you... have genuine all round traits”.

    This is a dodgy law firm of C- grade lawyers. Decent lawyers are generally good writers. This sounds like it was written by a complete goose.

  • Anijealou
    3 points Oct 13,2019, 9:37am

    That sounds like trump is hiring. Your experience will be ‘Huge through out your resume’

  • UnstatesmanlikeArc
    -17 points Oct 13,2019, 4:47pm

    Is this meant to be bad? If you are hiring right out of school rather than an experienced hire, then you may as well aim to get the best. Especially since this is likely a partnership and you want those good enough to make a good partner.

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MPs are returning to Canberra today with the Climate Emergency petition on the agenda for the week. This is on every billboard coming out of Canberra Airport.

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COMMENTS

  • Enigma556
    181 points Oct 13,2019, 1:57am

    But is it? I’ve looked on the parliament website and I can’t see anything about the climate petition being debated at all. Source?

  • Nier_Tomato
    169 points Oct 13,2019, 4:56am

    Someone explained change to me like steering the Titanic towards an iceberg. If you see it miles away it only takes a small course correction to avoid the problem, but the closer you get the greater and more difficult it is to avoid crashing. At a certain point you're too close and no matter what you do you'll still crash.

    I've got no idea where we are now in terms of that analogy, or even if we've passed the point of no return, but there seems to be a lot of resistance to making change, and that only makes it harder the longer it's put off for.

  • naturegirl3344
    38 points Oct 13,2019, 2:50am

    Don’t worry they won’t be looking up from their phones.

  • Ingeegoodbee
    77 points Oct 13,2019, 2:21am

    Wow, MPs actually in Canberra, that's a rare sight these days.

  • crosstherubicon
    44 points Oct 13,2019, 3:24am

    Yeh nah.. religious freedoms, union corruption, reduced requirements for sacking employees, stopping dole bludgers. We'll focus on these issues instead because they get more mileage in Murdoch media.

  • epic_pig
    11 points Oct 13,2019, 8:07am

    I think there's more roundabouts than billboards between the airport and parliament house

  • panzercampingwagen
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 1:28pm

    We're fucked mates. We dutch will drown and you aussies will boil.

    I've heard that hypothermia is a much more comfortable death than heat stroke. So I guess we've got that.

  • GeoffreyGeoffson
    11 points Oct 13,2019, 5:25am

    "Every billboard"

    There's 2 billboards I think

  • sorrydaijin
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 2:32pm

    I am skeptical about the effectiveness of these. Can the target audience read?

  • takethisnameand
    23 points Oct 13,2019, 4:31am

    As if fuckheads like Scummo, Potatohead Dutton, Beetrooter or the like look out the windows of their Comm car limmos. Fuck it, they might accidently see a poor person who obviously didn't try to make a go of it, or a drug-addict Newstart recepient, or someone who hasn't got their Robodebt notice yet. Fuck that, can't have them seeing such affronts to the eyes of good honest happy clappers and sex-worker importers!

  • Block14_Gaming
    10 points Oct 13,2019, 5:58am

    But but climate protesters are costing us hundreds of thousands they are the problem! 7 news STFU.

  • AuntieBob
    12 points Oct 13,2019, 7:55am

    A large number of councils and 20 countries have declared a climate emergency. If more do so, then what?

    The action group promoting this is way too vague about what mobilisation of a sufficient scale is. There needs to be a better blueprint and plan offered.

    My biggest concern that this will become a club everyone is part of, but nothing happens afterward. It becomes the new political standard and no one has any skin in the game.

    I can already see our government proclaiming a climate emergency and again highlighting they are going to hit targets we won't get close to.

  • Hobbits_armpit
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 10:35am

    Where the fuck were all these assholes before Tony Abbott got elected? Hmm? We had a carbon tax then and at least some kind of a plan for moving forward. Rudd called it our "great moral challenge" Australia came up short and put in a crazy destructive fuckwit instead.

  • Grogbog13
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 5:54pm

    It's frustrating to see the national conversation around climate change focus on Greta Thunberg and the Climate protesters rather than the main issue at hand.

    The Murdoch media is doing everything it can to distract everyone and it's working.

  • Muzorra
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 6:55am

    I haven't seen this much climate denier brigading since between 'Inconvenient Truth' and '09-'10. These folks are feeling they've got some work to do on the PR front.

  • Broomfondl3
    14 points Oct 13,2019, 2:08am

    Love it!

    AEC colours too ;-)

  • Monteddy
    5 points Oct 13,2019, 2:57am

    Who's funding the billboards?

  • MonteKong
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 8:39am

    "We must ACT now" haha, that's humourous

  • geeeking
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 4:17pm

    Do we know who organised & paid for these?

  • ninety_hex
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 4:40am

    Doubt if the petition and billboards will change the thinking of our lords and masters . Their well thought out and considered policy of sticking their fingers in their ears and humming loudly will remain.

  • RingStingRory
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 10:02am

    Crazy fuckin' times we're living in, crazy fuckin' times.

  • MrSquiggleKey
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 1:43am

    That's awesome

  • Chap82
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 4:28pm

    This is smart protesting!

  • culingerai
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:18pm

    Who is paying for this?

  • seipounds
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:52pm

    Who paid for the billboards?

  • drnicko18
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 8:12pm

    It'll be a cold summers day in Coober Pedy before the coalition commit to any emissions targets. All the protests and petitions put forward by the greens are one thing, but at the end of the day the LNP has won elections by opposing these targets and supporting the opening of coal mines. I even get the feeling the ALP are getting gun-shy, they haven't been pushing the agenda as hard since Albo was made leader.

  • DickSemen
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 5:28am

    I am sure Fatty McFuckhead will buy these billboards overnight and put his fat head up instead.

  • uniqpotatohead
    -4 points Oct 13,2019, 4:52pm

    What climate emergency? Climate has been changing all the time on Earth.

    Looks like sheep people emergency.

  • EvilioMTE
    0 points Oct 13,2019, 7:06pm

    Crisis averted!

  • Samsonite01
    -24 points Oct 13,2019, 6:14am

    Climate change, it's really got a hold of you guys 😁

  • SkatingGuitarist
    -20 points Oct 13,2019, 6:16am

    Good, I'm sick and tired of these "rebellion protests" and would rather any money be spent on commercial advertising spreading facts and positive motives

  • TheLastJebi
    -1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:34pm

    If anyone thinks the government is the solution, well you're dilusional. Push for getting your kids a good education, because that is really the only solution. The idiot government is not going to ban our way out of this. Its going to need real long term solutions that will be with the children of today.

  • J0hnm13
    -23 points Oct 13,2019, 6:42am

    Just like the last dozen climate emergencies, where we had to act now and didn't but somehow miraculously didn't die.

  • deleted
    -14 points Oct 13,2019, 7:30am

    oh who gives a rats ass

  • PaulMurrayCbr
    -11 points Oct 13,2019, 6:23am

    It is time to pull back from areas that are becoming desert. People need to resettle, and they need help to do so.

  • bestpractice1
    -67 points Oct 13,2019, 2:39am

    Hm, emergency of direction, sure. Emergency of pollution and overexploitation, yes. Emergency of device use, yeah. Nostalgia emergency, for sure. Climate emergency? Hmm. Yeah nah, seems fine. Sure it is pretty dry, and also a bit cool in winter, some warm days in spring too, but otherwise alright, but dry, very dry. A drought is always an emergency, and probably more so when demand and even competition for groundwater is so great.

COMMENTS

  • Enigma556
    181 points Oct 13,2019, 1:57am

    But is it? I’ve looked on the parliament website and I can’t see anything about the climate petition being debated at all. Source?

  • Nier_Tomato
    169 points Oct 13,2019, 4:56am

    Someone explained change to me like steering the Titanic towards an iceberg. If you see it miles away it only takes a small course correction to avoid the problem, but the closer you get the greater and more difficult it is to avoid crashing. At a certain point you're too close and no matter what you do you'll still crash.

    I've got no idea where we are now in terms of that analogy, or even if we've passed the point of no return, but there seems to be a lot of resistance to making change, and that only makes it harder the longer it's put off for.

  • naturegirl3344
    38 points Oct 13,2019, 2:50am

    Don’t worry they won’t be looking up from their phones.

  • horner16
    66 points Oct 13,2019, 3:16am

    Considering there is only one billboard coming out of Canberra Airport, I suppose you're not wrong...

  • Ingeegoodbee
    77 points Oct 13,2019, 2:21am

    Wow, MPs actually in Canberra, that's a rare sight these days.

  • crosstherubicon
    44 points Oct 13,2019, 3:24am

    Yeh nah.. religious freedoms, union corruption, reduced requirements for sacking employees, stopping dole bludgers. We'll focus on these issues instead because they get more mileage in Murdoch media.

  • epic_pig
    11 points Oct 13,2019, 8:07am

    I think there's more roundabouts than billboards between the airport and parliament house

  • panzercampingwagen
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 1:28pm

    We're fucked mates. We dutch will drown and you aussies will boil.

    I've heard that hypothermia is a much more comfortable death than heat stroke. So I guess we've got that.

  • GeoffreyGeoffson
    11 points Oct 13,2019, 5:25am

    "Every billboard"

    There's 2 billboards I think

  • sorrydaijin
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 2:32pm

    I am skeptical about the effectiveness of these. Can the target audience read?

  • takethisnameand
    23 points Oct 13,2019, 4:31am

    As if fuckheads like Scummo, Potatohead Dutton, Beetrooter or the like look out the windows of their Comm car limmos. Fuck it, they might accidently see a poor person who obviously didn't try to make a go of it, or a drug-addict Newstart recepient, or someone who hasn't got their Robodebt notice yet. Fuck that, can't have them seeing such affronts to the eyes of good honest happy clappers and sex-worker importers!

  • Block14_Gaming
    10 points Oct 13,2019, 5:58am

    But but climate protesters are costing us hundreds of thousands they are the problem! 7 news STFU.

  • AuntieBob
    12 points Oct 13,2019, 7:55am

    A large number of councils and 20 countries have declared a climate emergency. If more do so, then what?

    The action group promoting this is way too vague about what mobilisation of a sufficient scale is. There needs to be a better blueprint and plan offered.

    My biggest concern that this will become a club everyone is part of, but nothing happens afterward. It becomes the new political standard and no one has any skin in the game.

    I can already see our government proclaiming a climate emergency and again highlighting they are going to hit targets we won't get close to.

  • Hobbits_armpit
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 10:35am

    Where the fuck were all these assholes before Tony Abbott got elected? Hmm? We had a carbon tax then and at least some kind of a plan for moving forward. Rudd called it our "great moral challenge" Australia came up short and put in a crazy destructive fuckwit instead.

  • Grogbog13
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 5:54pm

    It's frustrating to see the national conversation around climate change focus on Greta Thunberg and the Climate protesters rather than the main issue at hand.

    The Murdoch media is doing everything it can to distract everyone and it's working.

  • Muzorra
    8 points Oct 13,2019, 6:55am

    I haven't seen this much climate denier brigading since between 'Inconvenient Truth' and '09-'10. These folks are feeling they've got some work to do on the PR front.

  • Broomfondl3
    14 points Oct 13,2019, 2:08am

    Love it!

    AEC colours too ;-)

  • Monteddy
    5 points Oct 13,2019, 2:57am

    Who's funding the billboards?

  • MonteKong
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 8:39am

    "We must ACT now" haha, that's humourous

  • geeeking
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 4:17pm

    Do we know who organised & paid for these?

  • ninety_hex
    4 points Oct 13,2019, 4:40am

    Doubt if the petition and billboards will change the thinking of our lords and masters . Their well thought out and considered policy of sticking their fingers in their ears and humming loudly will remain.

  • RingStingRory
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 10:02am

    Crazy fuckin' times we're living in, crazy fuckin' times.

  • MrSquiggleKey
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 1:43am

    That's awesome

  • Chap82
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 4:28pm

    This is smart protesting!

  • culingerai
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:18pm

    Who is paying for this?

  • seipounds
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 7:52pm

    Who paid for the billboards?

  • drnicko18
    1 points Oct 13,2019, 8:12pm

    It'll be a cold summers day in Coober Pedy before the coalition commit to any emissions targets. All the protests and petitions put forward by the greens are one thing, but at the end of the day the LNP has won elections by opposing these targets and supporting the opening of coal mines. I even get the feeling the ALP are getting gun-shy, they haven't been pushing the agenda as hard since Albo was made leader.

  • DickSemen
    2 points Oct 13,2019, 5:28am

    I am sure Fatty McFuckhead will buy these billboards overnight and put his fat head up instead.

  • uniqpotatohead
    -4 points Oct 13,2019, 4:52pm

    What climate emergency? Climate has been changing all the time on Earth.

    Looks like sheep people emergency.

  • EvilioMTE
    0 points Oct 13,2019, 7:06pm

    Crisis averted!

  • Samsonite01
    -24 points Oct 13,2019, 6:14am

    Climate change, it's really got a hold of you guys 😁

  • SkatingGuitarist
    -20 points Oct 13,2019, 6:16am

    Good, I'm sick and tired of these "rebellion protests" and would rather any money be spent on commercial advertising spreading facts and positive motives

  • TheLastJebi
    -1 points Oct 13,2019, 6:34pm

    If anyone thinks the government is the solution, well you're dilusional. Push for getting your kids a good education, because that is really the only solution. The idiot government is not going to ban our way out of this. Its going to need real long term solutions that will be with the children of today.

  • J0hnm13
    -23 points Oct 13,2019, 6:42am

    Just like the last dozen climate emergencies, where we had to act now and didn't but somehow miraculously didn't die.

  • deleted
    -14 points Oct 13,2019, 7:30am

    oh who gives a rats ass

  • PaulMurrayCbr
    -11 points Oct 13,2019, 6:23am

    It is time to pull back from areas that are becoming desert. People need to resettle, and they need help to do so.

  • bestpractice1
    -67 points Oct 13,2019, 2:39am

    Hm, emergency of direction, sure. Emergency of pollution and overexploitation, yes. Emergency of device use, yeah. Nostalgia emergency, for sure. Climate emergency? Hmm. Yeah nah, seems fine. Sure it is pretty dry, and also a bit cool in winter, some warm days in spring too, but otherwise alright, but dry, very dry. A drought is always an emergency, and probably more so when demand and even competition for groundwater is so great.

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cursed_slam

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COMMENTS

  • Momani24
    82 points Oct 12,2019, 12:15am

    Fuck me cunt that's revolting.

  • RockyDify
    15 points Oct 12,2019, 1:27am

    There better at least be vodka in the juice.

  • nevertoomuchchocolat
    14 points Oct 12,2019, 7:48am

    NSFW label please, anyone else gag?

  • MrIwik
    13 points Oct 12,2019, 4:35am

    I thought it was against the law to do this with anything other than a cup of tea/coffee/milo or port or if you're a bit of a bogan, baileys.

  • soth09
    5 points Oct 12,2019, 5:49am

    I can only believe it was cursed if he'd brushed his teeth before taking the plunge, otherwise it's just a Jaffa.

  • neilpippybatman
    4 points Oct 12,2019, 12:11am

    RIP

  • Normill
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 2:51am

    Pineapple juice

  • jesustityfkingchrist
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 5:47am

    Yeah...NAH

  • Beaglerampage
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 8:09am

    It’s bloody unaustralian is what it is!

  • Mexican_Lungfish
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 8:26am

    Back to New Zealand with ye

  • MissPiggyK
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 8:33am

    What a fucking animal

  • kateykmck
    9 points Oct 12,2019, 12:36am

    Yall ever had jaffas mate?

  • lebluedragon
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 2:09am

    Ewww! No 😂

  • gcroucher
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 4:11am

    Tim Tam Damned

  • Maddoxandben
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 6:33am

    Gross 🤮🤮 Why would you do that??

  • ck2d
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 6:52am

    God no!

  • Ninjalada
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 7:23am

    NO

  • dillumbicixx
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 8:08am

    Sacrilege!

  • prof_smithburger
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 9:19am

    Sorry I don't downvote nothing but this is fucking horrible fuck you

  • ClavicusNitrus
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 9:21am

    Better than doing it through a chicken nugget I suppose

  • maxpowerAU
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 9:25am

    Every day we stray farther from god

  • Aussie-Nerd
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 6:51pm

    Hmmm.

    I like choc orange, but I think this balance is wrong.

  • Toner52
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 5:44pm

    Jesus wept ...

  • the_jewgong
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 5:48pm

    Hahaha with freshly brushed teeth.... What co od be worse!

  • intendoWiiW
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 6:43pm

    I hate you.

  • blistikmoo
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 12:24am

    It's not THAT bad

COMMENTS

  • Momani24
    82 points Oct 12,2019, 12:15am

    Fuck me cunt that's revolting.

  • RockyDify
    15 points Oct 12,2019, 1:27am

    There better at least be vodka in the juice.

  • nevertoomuchchocolat
    14 points Oct 12,2019, 7:48am

    NSFW label please, anyone else gag?

  • kristajade2
    8 points Oct 12,2019, 12:49am

    Maybe it was one of those limited edition Orange flavoured ones...? Only way I can even have a smidge of acceptance...

  • MrIwik
    13 points Oct 12,2019, 4:35am

    I thought it was against the law to do this with anything other than a cup of tea/coffee/milo or port or if you're a bit of a bogan, baileys.

  • soth09
    5 points Oct 12,2019, 5:49am

    I can only believe it was cursed if he'd brushed his teeth before taking the plunge, otherwise it's just a Jaffa.

  • neilpippybatman
    4 points Oct 12,2019, 12:11am

    RIP

  • Normill
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 2:51am

    Pineapple juice

  • jesustityfkingchrist
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 5:47am

    Yeah...NAH

  • Beaglerampage
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 8:09am

    It’s bloody unaustralian is what it is!

  • Mexican_Lungfish
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 8:26am

    Back to New Zealand with ye

  • MissPiggyK
    3 points Oct 12,2019, 8:33am

    What a fucking animal

  • kateykmck
    9 points Oct 12,2019, 12:36am

    Yall ever had jaffas mate?

  • lebluedragon
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 2:09am

    Ewww! No 😂

  • gcroucher
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 4:11am

    Tim Tam Damned

  • Maddoxandben
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 6:33am

    Gross 🤮🤮 Why would you do that??

  • ck2d
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 6:52am

    God no!

  • Ninjalada
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 7:23am

    NO

  • dillumbicixx
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 8:08am

    Sacrilege!

  • prof_smithburger
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 9:19am

    Sorry I don't downvote nothing but this is fucking horrible fuck you

  • ClavicusNitrus
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 9:21am

    Better than doing it through a chicken nugget I suppose

  • maxpowerAU
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 9:25am

    Every day we stray farther from god

  • Aussie-Nerd
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 6:51pm

    Hmmm.

    I like choc orange, but I think this balance is wrong.

  • Toner52
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 5:44pm

    Jesus wept ...

  • the_jewgong
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 5:48pm

    Hahaha with freshly brushed teeth.... What co od be worse!

  • intendoWiiW
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 6:43pm

    I hate you.

  • blistikmoo
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 12:24am

    It's not THAT bad

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The great Aussie outback (Ferguson Valley WA)

Australia

COMMENTS

  • Septos2
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 7:49pm

    You mean the great aussie farmland.

  • Venusflytrapp
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:46pm

    Sweet

  • There_is_no_ham
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 8:20pm

    None better

COMMENTS

  • Septos2
    2 points Oct 12,2019, 7:49pm

    You mean the great aussie farmland.

  • Venusflytrapp
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:46pm

    Sweet

  • There_is_no_ham
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 8:20pm

    None better

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Mount Beauty - View from Sullivan’s Lookout (taken end of Sep when I was there for Bright Festival of Photography. Victoria’s Alpine region is quite beautiful.

Australia

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I took a photo of Tambo river in rural Victoria at dusk.

Australia

COMMENTS

  • colleenbarnes57
    28 points Oct 12,2019, 5:57am

    Good work. Best to get the pic while the river still has some water.

  • KingJimmy101
    7 points Oct 12,2019, 7:09am

    Love the Tambo River. Beautiful part of Victoria.

  • drozzi007
    5 points Oct 12,2019, 6:12am

    Nice snap!

  • feedbacksandwich
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:40am

    Great photography

  • Krobo_
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 8:49am

    Meanwhile I struggle with my camera ;(

  • corstar
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 9:13am

    I can feel the mossies from Perth!

  • Imnotactuallyhelping
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 10:41am

    Cast a line also?

  • KingGidorah
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 1:14pm

    What's Tambo short for?

  • ProleDBA
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 4:24pm

    This is so beautiful.

  • Elfelch
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 6:44pm

    Beautiful

  • shiny_things71
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:14pm

    So many happy childhood memories of family holidays to that river; I caught my first fish across the river from the Swan Reach jetty

  • strictlysega
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:54pm

    Didn't know Vic had rivers anymore

  • l3nnyj
    -3 points Oct 12,2019, 7:42am

    Nice photo.

    There is certainly something about the Murray.

COMMENTS

  • colleenbarnes57
    28 points Oct 12,2019, 5:57am

    Good work. Best to get the pic while the river still has some water.

  • KingJimmy101
    7 points Oct 12,2019, 7:09am

    Love the Tambo River. Beautiful part of Victoria.

  • drozzi007
    5 points Oct 12,2019, 6:12am

    Nice snap!

  • loose_seal_2
    4 points Oct 12,2019, 7:20am

    Just down river from Swan Reach?

  • feedbacksandwich
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:40am

    Great photography

  • Krobo_
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 8:49am

    Meanwhile I struggle with my camera ;(

  • corstar
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 9:13am

    I can feel the mossies from Perth!

  • Imnotactuallyhelping
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 10:41am

    Cast a line also?

  • KingGidorah
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 1:14pm

    What's Tambo short for?

  • ProleDBA
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 4:24pm

    This is so beautiful.

  • Elfelch
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 6:44pm

    Beautiful

  • shiny_things71
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:14pm

    So many happy childhood memories of family holidays to that river; I caught my first fish across the river from the Swan Reach jetty

  • strictlysega
    1 points Oct 12,2019, 7:54pm

    Didn't know Vic had rivers anymore

  • l3nnyj
    -3 points Oct 12,2019, 7:42am

    Nice photo.

    There is certainly something about the Murray.

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It’s hard to ride your kangaroo to work when they keep taking your bike and won’t let you ride on the back

Australia

COMMENTS

  • CrayolaS7
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 6:26pm

    Bloody BMX bandits.

  • GammaGlobulin
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 5:46pm

    No dinks, only joeys.

  • mairelon
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 6:01pm

    Solution: ride the kangaroos like we did back in school

  • 7_sided_triangle
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:25pm

    Why don't you just ride in the pouch like a normal mammal?

  • leftleg63
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:28pm

    So it's not just magpies that chase people on bicycles?

COMMENTS

  • CrayolaS7
    2 points Oct 11,2019, 6:26pm

    Bloody BMX bandits.

  • GammaGlobulin
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 5:46pm

    No dinks, only joeys.

  • mairelon
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 6:01pm

    Solution: ride the kangaroos like we did back in school

  • boganofoz
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 6:50pm

    Uberoo? Roober?

  • 7_sided_triangle
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:25pm

    Why don't you just ride in the pouch like a normal mammal?

  • leftleg63
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:28pm

    So it's not just magpies that chase people on bicycles?

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Today’s cartoon from David Pope in the Brisbane Times

Australia

COMMENTS

  • k-h
    70 points Oct 11,2019, 6:07pm

    The protests are getting a reaction.

  • Nodeity59
    48 points Oct 11,2019, 6:52pm

    As a lifelong Q'lander, I really expected better from her, she started out so well. Just goes to show, power corrupts...

  • madmace2000
    31 points Oct 11,2019, 7:34pm

    Wow a thread about protesters that isn’t full of fuckwits. Have I counted my chickens too early?

    Inb4 ‘they disrupt citizens not the government’

  • artbymyself
    4 points Oct 11,2019, 7:05pm

    She is an insult.

  • freight_train_94
    5 points Oct 11,2019, 7:36pm

    Are the dinosaurs our politicians?

  • Aximill
    6 points Oct 11,2019, 6:47pm

    Context for a Yankee?

  • solips_sonder
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:16pm

    Well, that's straight and to the point.

COMMENTS

  • k-h
    70 points Oct 11,2019, 6:07pm

    The protests are getting a reaction.

  • Nodeity59
    48 points Oct 11,2019, 6:52pm

    As a lifelong Q'lander, I really expected better from her, she started out so well. Just goes to show, power corrupts...

  • madmace2000
    31 points Oct 11,2019, 7:34pm

    Wow a thread about protesters that isn’t full of fuckwits. Have I counted my chickens too early?

    Inb4 ‘they disrupt citizens not the government’

  • Lamont-Cranston
    17 points Oct 11,2019, 6:13pm

    NSW and Victoria are also responding in a similar way

  • artbymyself
    4 points Oct 11,2019, 7:05pm

    She is an insult.

  • freight_train_94
    5 points Oct 11,2019, 7:36pm

    Are the dinosaurs our politicians?

  • Aximill
    6 points Oct 11,2019, 6:47pm

    Context for a Yankee?

  • solips_sonder
    1 points Oct 11,2019, 8:16pm

    Well, that's straight and to the point.

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All for anything to help with the climate change, but this one had me dying inside.

Australia

COMMENTS

  • XenaGemTrek
    12 points Oct 10,2019, 7:16am

    This was posted about 2 weeks ago. I think we can assume it would have a “/s” after it if it was online.

  • jacdoesreddit
    8 points Oct 10,2019, 6:55am

    Wake up sheeple! Our clocks are drying up the globe!

  • YaBoiErr_Sk1nnYP3n15
    8 points Oct 10,2019, 7:42am

    I'm guessing this is satirical but lol nonetheless

  • Debborama
    4 points Oct 10,2019, 10:16am

    Don’t forget, all that extra sunlight also make the curtains fade quicker 😂

  • Terinekah
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 7:48am

    Gotta be a gee-up!? Surely??

  • boganofoz
    2 points Oct 10,2019, 7:07am

    I note that the suburb of Pearce, is located in the ACT, could be a coincidence....

  • BemusedBeage
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 7:06am

    That. Is. Amazing.

  • mike_rotchsmells
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 6:56am

    I, umm, wut?

  • Sudroy
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 7:55am
  • Hagglefandler
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 3:25pm

    Checkmate scientists

    You know when they generate electricity with hydro? What do you think happens to all that water? The dumb fucks let it run off down the river to the sea instead of pumping it back up. When will the lefties learn? Smh

    /s

    Addendum: this has actually been said to me more times than I can count on one hand.

  • SR_71_BB
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 4:15pm
  • Xiewic
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 5:16pm

    This is the oldest fucking joke I'm so sick of seeing it

  • OriginalShapes
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 7:04am

    I think you'll find that the sun will be in the sky for the same amount of time, regardless of what a clock says...

  • Domovric
    0 points Oct 10,2019, 7:11am

    There are a dozen reasons to get rid of daylight savings, and i think this truly is the best one.

COMMENTS

  • XenaGemTrek
    12 points Oct 10,2019, 7:16am

    This was posted about 2 weeks ago. I think we can assume it would have a “/s” after it if it was online.

  • jacdoesreddit
    8 points Oct 10,2019, 6:55am

    Wake up sheeple! Our clocks are drying up the globe!

  • YaBoiErr_Sk1nnYP3n15
    8 points Oct 10,2019, 7:42am

    I'm guessing this is satirical but lol nonetheless

  • RaptureRising
    6 points Oct 10,2019, 7:09am

    This isn't your ordinary everyday stupidity... this is advance stupidity.

    i hope this guy has at least some shred of self awareness and is just taking the piss.

  • Debborama
    4 points Oct 10,2019, 10:16am

    Don’t forget, all that extra sunlight also make the curtains fade quicker 😂

  • Terinekah
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 7:48am

    Gotta be a gee-up!? Surely??

  • boganofoz
    2 points Oct 10,2019, 7:07am

    I note that the suburb of Pearce, is located in the ACT, could be a coincidence....

  • BemusedBeage
    3 points Oct 10,2019, 7:06am

    That. Is. Amazing.

  • mike_rotchsmells
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 6:56am

    I, umm, wut?

  • Sudroy
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 7:55am
  • Hagglefandler
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 3:25pm

    Checkmate scientists

    You know when they generate electricity with hydro? What do you think happens to all that water? The dumb fucks let it run off down the river to the sea instead of pumping it back up. When will the lefties learn? Smh

    /s

    Addendum: this has actually been said to me more times than I can count on one hand.

  • SR_71_BB
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 4:15pm
  • Xiewic
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 5:16pm

    This is the oldest fucking joke I'm so sick of seeing it

  • OriginalShapes
    1 points Oct 10,2019, 7:04am

    I think you'll find that the sun will be in the sky for the same amount of time, regardless of what a clock says...

  • Domovric
    0 points Oct 10,2019, 7:11am

    There are a dozen reasons to get rid of daylight savings, and i think this truly is the best one.