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Hot dog in the Pilbara.

Australia

COMMENTS

  • limaindiavictor
    9 points Jan 21,2019, 6:10am

    Oh..how cute...don't show it to your kids.3 kids die after climbing in to freezer

  • Rputland
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 6:12am

    Aww, bless her heart!❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • RandomUser1076
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 6:08am

    Where's the onions?

  • fudgedanalytic
    0 points Jan 21,2019, 5:31pm

    Wow you drink Iron Jack (tm) too? I think it's such a delicious beer. I think I might go and buy some Iron Jack (tm) right now. Did you buy their delicious and refreshing beer after seeing some of their ads on television which also featured a blue heeler? Wow, strike me down sport! What a co-inki-dink mate that your video aligns with Iron Jack's (tm) branding and recent advertising campaign.

    PS: It's insulting for a Japanese company to try and use Australian branding to market their products. Also, a question. Like a number of your other beers, is Iron Jack brewed in China to make sure we get a true Aussie experience? Personally, I love the taste of melamine in my beer.

COMMENTS

  • limaindiavictor
    9 points Jan 21,2019, 6:10am

    Oh..how cute...don't show it to your kids.3 kids die after climbing in to freezer

  • Rputland
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 6:12am

    Aww, bless her heart!❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • RandomUser1076
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 6:08am

    Where's the onions?

  • totaltools007
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:43am

    Hey lil blue dog.

  • fudgedanalytic
    0 points Jan 21,2019, 5:31pm

    Wow you drink Iron Jack (tm) too? I think it's such a delicious beer. I think I might go and buy some Iron Jack (tm) right now. Did you buy their delicious and refreshing beer after seeing some of their ads on television which also featured a blue heeler? Wow, strike me down sport! What a co-inki-dink mate that your video aligns with Iron Jack's (tm) branding and recent advertising campaign.

    PS: It's insulting for a Japanese company to try and use Australian branding to market their products. Also, a question. Like a number of your other beers, is Iron Jack brewed in China to make sure we get a true Aussie experience? Personally, I love the taste of melamine in my beer.

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The Australian Wheat Belt - areas that disappear from this map are those where output dropped 50 percent or more from 1990-2015

Australia

COMMENTS

  • pyrax69
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 6:35pm

    Straya, gluten free since 2030!

  • AJgloe
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 6:49pm

    Here is a good article on this issue

  • metasophie
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 6:58pm

    https://imgur.com/PyNlYG0

    I'm sure the mismanagement of the Darling River has nothing to do with this at all ... Oh ... oh

COMMENTS

  • pyrax69
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 6:35pm

    Straya, gluten free since 2030!

  • AJgloe
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 6:49pm

    Here is a good article on this issue

  • metasophie
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 6:58pm

    https://imgur.com/PyNlYG0

    I'm sure the mismanagement of the Darling River has nothing to do with this at all ... Oh ... oh

  • cojoco
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 7:26pm

    This is what happens when you chop down trees.

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Suburbia in Australia (c. 1989)

Australia

COMMENTS

  • smithomaster
    221 points Jan 21,2019, 2:39am

    Love the TISM t-shirt...

  • wheresmethongscunt
    146 points Jan 21,2019, 3:05am

    "Hey Steve, can you move the Camira? I have get the Torana out so I can get to the Commodore."

  • _GettingRichSlowly
    75 points Jan 21,2019, 3:25am

    We're going to bonnie doon

  • UnhelpfulMoron
    27 points Jan 21,2019, 5:43am

    Look how far apart the houses are! Nowadays blocks of land 8m across are common and houses literally touch each other.

  • better_call_mr_plow
    41 points Jan 21,2019, 4:54am

    upvote for TISM, cos TISM are shit

  • feFIfoFunds
    68 points Jan 21,2019, 5:15am

    Suburbia in Tasmania (c. 2019)

  • Awaythrewn
    20 points Jan 21,2019, 3:35am

    Frame it, straight to the pool room.

  • CommunistQuark
    32 points Jan 21,2019, 3:16am

    Whatever the opposite of r/blunderyears is, this is it

  • chumpydiplodocus
    12 points Jan 21,2019, 3:29am

    Omg TISM shirt!

  • drunkill
    11 points Jan 21,2019, 5:03am

    grouse

  • Rumpleshite
    10 points Jan 21,2019, 5:23am

    “Me favourite things are commodores, tism, punching darts & breakin’ hearts”

  • puppy2010
    17 points Jan 21,2019, 4:28am

    A VB Commodore! Haven't seen one of those in years. Even VLs are thin on the ground these days.

  • nearly_enough_wine
    51 points Jan 21,2019, 2:45am

    Yob or wanker, with that shirt I just can't tell.. :)

    Whatareya, downvoters?

  • Untimely_manners
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 6:46am

    That looks like Perth now

  • malhimoo
    7 points Jan 21,2019, 8:03am

    Can’t read a bookGot no knowledge But at least I didn’t goTo Xavier College

  • Ziadaine
    7 points Jan 21,2019, 8:35am

    Back when a fresh-from-the-dealer car was affordable and housing didn't quite go to shit. :(

  • cloudrunner69
    6 points Jan 21,2019, 7:36am

    Looks so peaceful without all the wi-fi in the air.

  • Mclouda
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 8:13am

    Les Murray's acceptance speech on behalf of TISM at arias 1990s

    Intro This is serious folks. Hush silence then in Hungarian.

    You are all a septic boil upon the buttocks of humanity. I hope you all die a horrible death.Aria crowd applause and cheering follows.

  • Hetstaine
    10 points Jan 21,2019, 3:01am

    Falcon in the background.

  • junkie_ego
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 4:20am

    He seems so pleased with himself! What a great photo.

  • Hugh_Jorgan_
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 4:38am

    I was also interested in apathy in the 80’s.

  • ill0gitech
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 2:34pm

    Last photo of our school captain Greg before his death. Success was a matter of time. Gone too soon. RIP buddy.

  • ijuiceman
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 3:56pm

    Looks like the typical “80’s bogan.Mullet - checkTISM shirt - checkCommonwhore - check

    The bogan starter kit is complete

  • Harveybirdman123
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:51pm

    I'm on the drug that killed River Phoenix!

  • secondhandcouch
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 5:24am

    We were a better country then.

  • TheDevilsAdvokaat
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 5:34am

    For those who don't know...

    TISM was a band in Australia that was well known for really good, clever and funny lyrics.

    The band name is an acronym; it stands for "This is serious, mum.."

    (I imagine one of their mothers asked about the new band they had formed...)

  • aircon4ever
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:21am

    The best of times

  • crazy_pedro
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:35am

    I love the classic hub caps!

  • Doesnotlivehere
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:47am

    Awesome photo dude, reminds me of my mums VB back in 1996. Brings back fond memories.

  • meif918
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 5:58am

    That car was a sauna during summer 😓 heat wave. But a solid vehicle

  • sam-dan
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:04pm

    Want the tism shirt!!

  • tlebrad
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 4:38am

    You get an updoot for TISM.

    Also, for the curious, next time you talk to American and Jacquin Phoenix is mentioned, post a link to he'll never be an ol' man river. They fucking looooovvveeee it!!!

  • plutoaintaplanet
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 5:41am
  • Drakanis-above
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 5:53am

    Dude could pass for a middle aged mum called “Susan”

  • daaisysmartt
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 6:10am

    This is so fucking Aussie

  • Devar0
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 9:06am

    Camira! My first car. It had a after market wooden steering wheel with no horn. It was this weird poop brown red colour.

    The muffler weld regularly broke and turned it into a rally car.

    Brilliant.

  • hotandchevy
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 10:25am

    Wanker or yobbo? Only TISM knows.

  • BlokeInTheMountains
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 12:07pm

    Do ya reckon his mum took the photo?

    Right after he said, This Is Serious Mum!

  • bumpyknuckles76
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 2:57pm

    Weren't blue license plates introduced in Vic in 1994? They were green before then. Maybe it is green, I can't actually tell if it's blue.

  • prentice24
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 3:18pm

    He’s on smoko, so leave him alone.

  • Chewy__Bravo
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 4:45pm

    Back when the "Australian dream" was real, when owing a house was reasonably easy.

  • rubijem
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 9:19am

    Fourty years of living then death, thats all there is forty years then death Forty years that's all this is. Yeeha nearly there.

  • emu_veteran
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:59am

    god i feel nostalgic, especially for that shirt!

  • hkhunterkiller1984
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:30am

    Nice VC bloke

  • ProceedOrRun
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:30am

    Wonder how many sheilas he rooted in that.

    Mullet, he would've been beating 'em of with a shitty stick!

  • DarbySalernum
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:37am

    That's what a late 80s hipster looks like.

  • bannedgroat
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:12am

    Used to love the theory that TISM were the wiggles.

  • LloydGSR
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:30am

    The Falcon would be worth some serious dollars now, and the Commodore would be increasing fairly rapidly too.

    You'd be hard pressed to get a more Aussie snap.

  • adamhalo
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:32am

    I wish I could upvote this 20 times

  • Roisterous
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:39am
  • FuzzyLogick
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:51am

    Dazza?

  • GPP1974
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:23am

    When ordinary Australians could afford to buy a home.

  • ClawZ90
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:25am

    Tism was amazing! Would loved to seen them live!

  • veganhitler
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:28am

    Just needs to be holding a can of KB.

  • RetreatingOx
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:35am

    Take me back.

  • acc882
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:53am

    T-I-S-M-A-R-E

  • FvHound
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 8:23am

    Looks like bell post hill.

  • RiotAct021
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 8:41am

    Damn this bloke's a TISM fan from way back!

  • Gman777
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:03am

    Bogan to the max!

  • SonoDsonoD
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:31am

    He must be John Bonham's coke roadie.

  • CellSeat
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:52am

    The "too short" Adidas trackie dacks... looks like he also shopped at the West End Market!!

  • thereisatown
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 10:23am

    Would pay good money for that T-shirt if anyone knows where I can find one.

  • VicStMall
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 11:05am

    Only change would be the cars and the guy's fashion sense.

  • 616_919
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:18pm

    analog Australia

  • OriginalShapes
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:47pm

    Did ya hear what was caught in the newsreader's arse

  • Scientific-Dragon
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:52pm

    My mum had a blue Camira just the same in the late 80s/early 90s!!!

  • slippycaff
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 3:23pm

    HBF is still doing music stuff. RHB is still a high school teacher.

  • Enosis21
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 3:51pm

    All it’s missing is three neighbourhood kids riding bikes in the background

  • hammyhamm
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:14pm

    Most of those houses haven’t changed

  • Dragonstaff
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:19pm

    Looks more like C1979 to me. That VB looks new.

  • TBandito
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:56pm

    Man I wanted one of those commodores so bad when I was buying my first car.

  • Fascist_Regime
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:04pm

    Those Commodores were some of the worst cars Holden ever made.

  • shanebates
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:33pm

    This Is Serious Mum..

  • SquidgyTheWhale
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:33pm

    My name is Dale Kerrigan and this is my story.

  • RomancingUranus
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:46pm

    What are ya? Yob or wanker?

  • OzStang
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:48pm

    Fuck the car, that Tism shirt is the biz.

  • BlueberryCustard
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:48pm

    That’s a beautiful VC commodore

  • bannedgroat
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:16pm

    No I realised they weren’t after a while, it was just one of those urban legends going around back when I was in high school. I actually have one of those masks somewhere, had a friend who worked at a club they performed at swipe it from backstage.

  • idlehanz88
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:24pm

    Dope tism shirt

  • WITTYUSERNAME___
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:39pm

    Can we just stop to acknowledge the lush green grass...

    That shit is beautiful.

  • rwang8721
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:20pm

    That was good times...did we have as many bad news as today back to then?

  • MassiveDrawl
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 10:23am

    It's cool you all seem to look back at this with nostalgia and fond memories, I cringe and shudder.

  • summerfr33ze
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 2:13pm

    I'm imagining his mom posted this on fb and the caption is "this is my son, he's a beautiful man overcoming his 'tism."

  • FrostyPome
    -1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:10am

    TFW 80s aussie nostalgia only looks like homes bought for subdivisons or a run-down working man suburb, music tv thats now irrelevent thanks to youtube and American pop music, cars found in trash heaps and fashions that look half plastic and half memories.

  • halfpenis
    0 points Jan 21,2019, 6:43pm

    “A person should not believe in any ism, for that matter. A person should believe in himself. As i quote John Lennon” i dont believe in The Beatles, i only believe in me.” After all he s the Walrus.

    ....I can be the Walrus. Soon as i dont have to hitch a ride”

COMMENTS

  • smithomaster
    221 points Jan 21,2019, 2:39am

    Love the TISM t-shirt...

  • wheresmethongscunt
    146 points Jan 21,2019, 3:05am

    "Hey Steve, can you move the Camira? I have get the Torana out so I can get to the Commodore."

  • _GettingRichSlowly
    75 points Jan 21,2019, 3:25am

    We're going to bonnie doon

  • OriginalShapes
    29 points Jan 21,2019, 4:03am

    Yob or wanker?

  • UnhelpfulMoron
    27 points Jan 21,2019, 5:43am

    Look how far apart the houses are! Nowadays blocks of land 8m across are common and houses literally touch each other.

  • better_call_mr_plow
    41 points Jan 21,2019, 4:54am

    upvote for TISM, cos TISM are shit

  • feFIfoFunds
    68 points Jan 21,2019, 5:15am

    Suburbia in Tasmania (c. 2019)

  • Awaythrewn
    20 points Jan 21,2019, 3:35am

    Frame it, straight to the pool room.

  • CommunistQuark
    32 points Jan 21,2019, 3:16am

    Whatever the opposite of r/blunderyears is, this is it

  • chumpydiplodocus
    12 points Jan 21,2019, 3:29am

    Omg TISM shirt!

  • drunkill
    11 points Jan 21,2019, 5:03am

    grouse

  • Rumpleshite
    10 points Jan 21,2019, 5:23am

    “Me favourite things are commodores, tism, punching darts & breakin’ hearts”

  • puppy2010
    17 points Jan 21,2019, 4:28am

    A VB Commodore! Haven't seen one of those in years. Even VLs are thin on the ground these days.

  • nearly_enough_wine
    51 points Jan 21,2019, 2:45am

    Yob or wanker, with that shirt I just can't tell.. :)

    Whatareya, downvoters?

  • Untimely_manners
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 6:46am

    That looks like Perth now

  • malhimoo
    7 points Jan 21,2019, 8:03am

    Can’t read a bookGot no knowledge But at least I didn’t goTo Xavier College

  • Ziadaine
    7 points Jan 21,2019, 8:35am

    Back when a fresh-from-the-dealer car was affordable and housing didn't quite go to shit. :(

  • cloudrunner69
    6 points Jan 21,2019, 7:36am

    Looks so peaceful without all the wi-fi in the air.

  • Mclouda
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 8:13am

    Les Murray's acceptance speech on behalf of TISM at arias 1990s

    Intro This is serious folks. Hush silence then in Hungarian.

    You are all a septic boil upon the buttocks of humanity. I hope you all die a horrible death.Aria crowd applause and cheering follows.

  • Hetstaine
    10 points Jan 21,2019, 3:01am

    Falcon in the background.

  • junkie_ego
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 4:20am

    He seems so pleased with himself! What a great photo.

  • Hugh_Jorgan_
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 4:38am

    I was also interested in apathy in the 80’s.

  • ill0gitech
    5 points Jan 21,2019, 2:34pm

    Last photo of our school captain Greg before his death. Success was a matter of time. Gone too soon. RIP buddy.

  • ijuiceman
    4 points Jan 21,2019, 3:56pm

    Looks like the typical “80’s bogan.Mullet - checkTISM shirt - checkCommonwhore - check

    The bogan starter kit is complete

  • Harveybirdman123
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:51pm

    I'm on the drug that killed River Phoenix!

  • secondhandcouch
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 5:24am

    We were a better country then.

  • TheDevilsAdvokaat
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 5:34am

    For those who don't know...

    TISM was a band in Australia that was well known for really good, clever and funny lyrics.

    The band name is an acronym; it stands for "This is serious, mum.."

    (I imagine one of their mothers asked about the new band they had formed...)

  • aircon4ever
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:21am

    The best of times

  • crazy_pedro
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:35am

    I love the classic hub caps!

  • Doesnotlivehere
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:47am

    Awesome photo dude, reminds me of my mums VB back in 1996. Brings back fond memories.

  • meif918
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 5:58am

    That car was a sauna during summer 😓 heat wave. But a solid vehicle

  • sam-dan
    3 points Jan 21,2019, 4:04pm

    Want the tism shirt!!

  • tlebrad
    8 points Jan 21,2019, 4:38am

    You get an updoot for TISM.

    Also, for the curious, next time you talk to American and Jacquin Phoenix is mentioned, post a link to he'll never be an ol' man river. They fucking looooovvveeee it!!!

  • plutoaintaplanet
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 5:41am
  • Drakanis-above
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 5:53am

    Dude could pass for a middle aged mum called “Susan”

  • daaisysmartt
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 6:10am

    This is so fucking Aussie

  • Devar0
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 9:06am

    Camira! My first car. It had a after market wooden steering wheel with no horn. It was this weird poop brown red colour.

    The muffler weld regularly broke and turned it into a rally car.

    Brilliant.

  • hotandchevy
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 10:25am

    Wanker or yobbo? Only TISM knows.

  • BlokeInTheMountains
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 12:07pm

    Do ya reckon his mum took the photo?

    Right after he said, This Is Serious Mum!

  • bumpyknuckles76
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 2:57pm

    Weren't blue license plates introduced in Vic in 1994? They were green before then. Maybe it is green, I can't actually tell if it's blue.

  • prentice24
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 3:18pm

    He’s on smoko, so leave him alone.

  • Chewy__Bravo
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 4:45pm

    Back when the "Australian dream" was real, when owing a house was reasonably easy.

  • rubijem
    2 points Jan 21,2019, 9:19am

    Fourty years of living then death, thats all there is forty years then death Forty years that's all this is. Yeeha nearly there.

  • emu_veteran
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:59am

    god i feel nostalgic, especially for that shirt!

  • hkhunterkiller1984
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:30am

    Nice VC bloke

  • ProceedOrRun
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:30am

    Wonder how many sheilas he rooted in that.

    Mullet, he would've been beating 'em of with a shitty stick!

  • DarbySalernum
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:37am

    That's what a late 80s hipster looks like.

  • bannedgroat
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:12am

    Used to love the theory that TISM were the wiggles.

  • LloydGSR
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:30am

    The Falcon would be worth some serious dollars now, and the Commodore would be increasing fairly rapidly too.

    You'd be hard pressed to get a more Aussie snap.

  • adamhalo
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:32am

    I wish I could upvote this 20 times

  • Roisterous
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:39am
  • FuzzyLogick
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:51am

    Dazza?

  • GPP1974
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:23am

    When ordinary Australians could afford to buy a home.

  • ClawZ90
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:25am

    Tism was amazing! Would loved to seen them live!

  • veganhitler
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:28am

    Just needs to be holding a can of KB.

  • RetreatingOx
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:35am

    Take me back.

  • acc882
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:53am

    T-I-S-M-A-R-E

  • FvHound
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 8:23am

    Looks like bell post hill.

  • RiotAct021
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 8:41am

    Damn this bloke's a TISM fan from way back!

  • Gman777
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:03am

    Bogan to the max!

  • SonoDsonoD
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:31am

    He must be John Bonham's coke roadie.

  • CellSeat
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:52am

    The "too short" Adidas trackie dacks... looks like he also shopped at the West End Market!!

  • thereisatown
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 10:23am

    Would pay good money for that T-shirt if anyone knows where I can find one.

  • VicStMall
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 11:05am

    Only change would be the cars and the guy's fashion sense.

  • 616_919
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:18pm

    analog Australia

  • OriginalShapes
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:47pm

    Did ya hear what was caught in the newsreader's arse

  • Scientific-Dragon
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 1:52pm

    My mum had a blue Camira just the same in the late 80s/early 90s!!!

  • slippycaff
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 3:23pm

    HBF is still doing music stuff. RHB is still a high school teacher.

  • Enosis21
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 3:51pm

    All it’s missing is three neighbourhood kids riding bikes in the background

  • hammyhamm
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:14pm

    Most of those houses haven’t changed

  • Dragonstaff
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:19pm

    Looks more like C1979 to me. That VB looks new.

  • TBandito
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 4:56pm

    Man I wanted one of those commodores so bad when I was buying my first car.

  • Fascist_Regime
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:04pm

    Those Commodores were some of the worst cars Holden ever made.

  • shanebates
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:33pm

    This Is Serious Mum..

  • SquidgyTheWhale
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:33pm

    My name is Dale Kerrigan and this is my story.

  • RomancingUranus
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:46pm

    What are ya? Yob or wanker?

  • OzStang
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:48pm

    Fuck the car, that Tism shirt is the biz.

  • BlueberryCustard
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 5:48pm

    That’s a beautiful VC commodore

  • bannedgroat
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:16pm

    No I realised they weren’t after a while, it was just one of those urban legends going around back when I was in high school. I actually have one of those masks somewhere, had a friend who worked at a club they performed at swipe it from backstage.

  • idlehanz88
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:24pm

    Dope tism shirt

  • WITTYUSERNAME___
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 6:39pm

    Can we just stop to acknowledge the lush green grass...

    That shit is beautiful.

  • rwang8721
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 7:20pm

    That was good times...did we have as many bad news as today back to then?

  • MassiveDrawl
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 10:23am

    It's cool you all seem to look back at this with nostalgia and fond memories, I cringe and shudder.

  • summerfr33ze
    1 points Jan 21,2019, 2:13pm

    I'm imagining his mom posted this on fb and the caption is "this is my son, he's a beautiful man overcoming his 'tism."

  • FrostyPome
    -1 points Jan 21,2019, 9:10am

    TFW 80s aussie nostalgia only looks like homes bought for subdivisons or a run-down working man suburb, music tv thats now irrelevent thanks to youtube and American pop music, cars found in trash heaps and fashions that look half plastic and half memories.

  • halfpenis
    0 points Jan 21,2019, 6:43pm

    “A person should not believe in any ism, for that matter. A person should believe in himself. As i quote John Lennon” i dont believe in The Beatles, i only believe in me.” After all he s the Walrus.

    ....I can be the Walrus. Soon as i dont have to hitch a ride”

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Smiley Dingo x at the beach

Australia

COMMENTS

  • c_j_baird
    3 points Jan 20,2019, 12:55am

    "Mate! Mate! Great day, aye?"

    "Mate! Mate! Got any babies on ya?"

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-19/dingo-bites-child-on-fraser-island/10729680

  • NoodleBox
    1 points Jan 20,2019, 7:43pm

    Aww, they look so happy!

    Probably loves a swim and a ball thrown into the water.

    (Our dog just loved to run and pick up feathers for us to throw, preferably not into the water.)

  • oatdaddy
    -21 points Jan 20,2019, 12:30am

    If only dogs were allowed at our beach. Asshole rangers

COMMENTS

  • c_j_baird
    3 points Jan 20,2019, 12:55am

    "Mate! Mate! Great day, aye?"

    "Mate! Mate! Got any babies on ya?"

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-19/dingo-bites-child-on-fraser-island/10729680

  • NoodleBox
    1 points Jan 20,2019, 7:43pm

    Aww, they look so happy!

    Probably loves a swim and a ball thrown into the water.

    (Our dog just loved to run and pick up feathers for us to throw, preferably not into the water.)

  • oatdaddy
    -21 points Jan 20,2019, 12:30am

    If only dogs were allowed at our beach. Asshole rangers

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I don't even know how to title this. Car with a real shitty number plate? Maybe?

Australia

COMMENTS

  • meow_ima_cat
    16 points Jan 19,2019, 3:11pm

    Hate to be a wowser but.... It looks like a G6E, which is a turbo charged model. It's likely modified, and retuned. He may use methanol fuel as it helps built engines get higher power figures. So yeah. Maybe.

    Tldr; methanol fuel in turbo car makes go faster.

  • Ardeet
    7 points Jan 19,2019, 2:02pm

    “Zero tolerance for monoalcohols”

    (does discrimination against certain compounds make someone a pharmacist?)

  • 2littleducks
    6 points Jan 19,2019, 4:42pm

    Probably part of the #metho movement.

  • Hitori-Kowareta
    3 points Jan 19,2019, 10:40am

    This is the "police stop and searches are my secret kink" number plate

  • goodhamsandwich
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 3:19pm

    Perhaps he is a painter

  • boganofoz
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 5:57pm

    Chaser: Dickhead Numberplate

COMMENTS

  • meow_ima_cat
    16 points Jan 19,2019, 3:11pm

    Hate to be a wowser but.... It looks like a G6E, which is a turbo charged model. It's likely modified, and retuned. He may use methanol fuel as it helps built engines get higher power figures. So yeah. Maybe.

    Tldr; methanol fuel in turbo car makes go faster.

  • Ardeet
    7 points Jan 19,2019, 2:02pm

    “Zero tolerance for monoalcohols”

    (does discrimination against certain compounds make someone a pharmacist?)

  • 2littleducks
    6 points Jan 19,2019, 4:42pm

    Probably part of the #metho movement.

  • dangermouse1983
    4 points Jan 19,2019, 10:08am

    I think you are missing the point here, no matter what recreation drugs this driver enjoys in his free time, he is using his indicator in what appears to be a horrible intersection. 10 points! Do they buy it in points?

  • Hitori-Kowareta
    3 points Jan 19,2019, 10:40am

    This is the "police stop and searches are my secret kink" number plate

  • goodhamsandwich
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 3:19pm

    Perhaps he is a painter

  • boganofoz
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 5:57pm

    Chaser: Dickhead Numberplate

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5 years living in the country and I've yet to see emu younglings, so obviously for the first time, I had to nearly kill several with my car (near Talbingo, NSW)

Australia

COMMENTS

  • CamachoNotSure
    86 points Jan 19,2019, 12:36am

    Not the younglings Anakin!

  • Burningfyra
    17 points Jan 19,2019, 12:28am

    cute little buggers, glad you didn't hit them OP

  • Angrysausagedog
    43 points Jan 19,2019, 12:05am

    been here my whole life, never seen 'em either, or a koala, or a platypus, or a echinda.

    see lots of roos though, usually on the highway fuck roos, they fuck your shit right the fuck up.

  • rpze5b9
    6 points Jan 19,2019, 2:25am

    You don’t want to hit an emu. Years ago, up near Gunnedah, came round a bend and there’s a ute in a ditch with the front end smashed in, feathers everywhere and an ex emu on the other side of the road. Car was a write off.

  • cb993
    15 points Jan 19,2019, 12:50am

    On their way to the frontline

  • static_irony
    3 points Jan 19,2019, 3:12am

    Lovely emus. You got me.worried for a sec I thought you were actually considering killing them (I read through the comments and four out you weren't tho)

  • NoodleBox
    3 points Jan 19,2019, 3:29am

    bloody idiot birds!

    I've patted a baby one. They felt harsh compared to chooks. They were all gangly too. Cute though!

    In my 22 years, i've met koalas in the wild, a few echidnas, a few tubby possums, enough birds, enough bloody kangaroos dead and alive, and someone who farms emu. I haven't seen any of them in the wild though. In captivity i've walked Dingos and patted them. They just feel soft.

  • acllive
    9 points Jan 19,2019, 12:38am

    This is the result in us losing the emu war

  • madhoffa
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 4:18am

    Nice going beautiful part of the country down there!

  • InsertUsernameInArse
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 5:16am

    There's a couple of mobs that live exclusively around the dam. I see them pretty often down there. Also unless you have a decent bull bar never drive that road at night or dusk/dawn.

  • Pink-Test-Eagles
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 6:32am

    In all the years of driving that road, seeing the sign warning you of emus and never seeing them, I am in awe! Such a cute bunch of chicks

  • Michael-Fuble
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 7:24am

    That stretch of road between Tumut and Talbingo is honestly one of favorite places in Australia for this very reason.

  • Crazyripps
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 2:11am

    Born and lived here for 23 years and I’ve never seen any before lol.

  • plazmafire
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 4:55am

    The small ones taste better, but there's not much meat on them. /s

  • AaronBonBarron
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 6:09am

    Our first meeting with most of our animals is either almost killing them, or almost getting killed by them.

  • fembot2000
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 6:52am

    We were driving between Coonabarrabran and Nyngan I think... there was like a 45km stretch (I could be wrong it was a long time ago) of dirt road and I saw my first wild emu! I was so excited! I had my husband pull over and I took a couple of photos on the side of the road - asking my husband if there could be more, and he stated that probably not - he thinks that they're solitary for the most part.

    Fast forward about 5 minutes, we nearly run two over with the car and there is a huge herd of them (20+) that run away startled when they see us slow down (for some photos and to not endanger them as well as us). I looked at my husband and just went... solitary huh?

    Lol.

    Edit: Condobolin, not Coonabarabran and it may have been MUCH longer than 45 km, apparently its 187 km between the towns on the road we went and I remember a majority of it being dirt... or unpaved.

  • verifyandproceed
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 7:30am

    ...I feel like I’ve seen this movie before...

  • MassiveDrawl
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 8:07am

    We have a stupid dingo fence running up the side of the country that doesn't do shit to dingoes but is impenetrable for emus, it's pretty rare to see them on the eastern side of it.

  • dumasophobic
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 8:45am

    I can’t believe how little wildlife some people commenting have seen, I see kangaroos every day, I have seen emus in the wild, multiple wild platypuses, and many koalas and wombats, even a sugar glider inside my house.

  • Tystarchius
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 11:25am

    Let me tell you, i live near a suburb called Emu Plains and i frequent the place at least three times a week and have for over a decade. Not once have i ever seen an emu out of captivity.

    The other month i saw an Emu about 100m down the road from the maccas there. I nearly fell off my bike.

  • zaitsman
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 3:02pm

    Love Talbingo, always full if critters and barely any humans in sight

  • Verily-Frank
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 6:25pm

    "Younglings"? Fair enough I suppose.

  • perturbed_pear
    -1 points Jan 19,2019, 3:40am

    Congratulations you almost started the second great emu war.

  • morgrath
    0 points Jan 19,2019, 7:03am

    The one time I've seen two adults and some young ones crossing the road, they stopped and did some doughnuts right in the middle of the lane. Took them about two minutes to make it across the road. They're not the most intelligent of creatures. Though having met a relatively tame rescue one, they've got pretty nice personalities if they're not terrified.

  • Nebarious
    -4 points Jan 19,2019, 2:40am

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Emuwarflashbacks/

    It's hard...but we've all had to kill emu babies.
    They are the ENEMY. A baby emu today is a full grown, 6 foot tall, death-dealing killing-machine tomorrow.

    You did the right thing, soldier.

  • myztry
    -13 points Jan 19,2019, 12:41am

    I had to nearly kill several with my car

    Perhaps don't drive while holding your phone...

  • Blizzardsoldi3r
    -2 points Jan 19,2019, 7:55am

    They're mobilising for the next war

COMMENTS

  • CamachoNotSure
    86 points Jan 19,2019, 12:36am

    Not the younglings Anakin!

  • Burningfyra
    17 points Jan 19,2019, 12:28am

    cute little buggers, glad you didn't hit them OP

  • Angrysausagedog
    43 points Jan 19,2019, 12:05am

    been here my whole life, never seen 'em either, or a koala, or a platypus, or a echinda.

    see lots of roos though, usually on the highway fuck roos, they fuck your shit right the fuck up.

  • nemothorx
    26 points Jan 19,2019, 1:55am
  • rpze5b9
    6 points Jan 19,2019, 2:25am

    You don’t want to hit an emu. Years ago, up near Gunnedah, came round a bend and there’s a ute in a ditch with the front end smashed in, feathers everywhere and an ex emu on the other side of the road. Car was a write off.

  • cb993
    15 points Jan 19,2019, 12:50am

    On their way to the frontline

  • static_irony
    3 points Jan 19,2019, 3:12am

    Lovely emus. You got me.worried for a sec I thought you were actually considering killing them (I read through the comments and four out you weren't tho)

  • NoodleBox
    3 points Jan 19,2019, 3:29am

    bloody idiot birds!

    I've patted a baby one. They felt harsh compared to chooks. They were all gangly too. Cute though!

    In my 22 years, i've met koalas in the wild, a few echidnas, a few tubby possums, enough birds, enough bloody kangaroos dead and alive, and someone who farms emu. I haven't seen any of them in the wild though. In captivity i've walked Dingos and patted them. They just feel soft.

  • acllive
    9 points Jan 19,2019, 12:38am

    This is the result in us losing the emu war

  • madhoffa
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 4:18am

    Nice going beautiful part of the country down there!

  • InsertUsernameInArse
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 5:16am

    There's a couple of mobs that live exclusively around the dam. I see them pretty often down there. Also unless you have a decent bull bar never drive that road at night or dusk/dawn.

  • Pink-Test-Eagles
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 6:32am

    In all the years of driving that road, seeing the sign warning you of emus and never seeing them, I am in awe! Such a cute bunch of chicks

  • Michael-Fuble
    2 points Jan 19,2019, 7:24am

    That stretch of road between Tumut and Talbingo is honestly one of favorite places in Australia for this very reason.

  • Crazyripps
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 2:11am

    Born and lived here for 23 years and I’ve never seen any before lol.

  • plazmafire
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 4:55am

    The small ones taste better, but there's not much meat on them. /s

  • AaronBonBarron
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 6:09am

    Our first meeting with most of our animals is either almost killing them, or almost getting killed by them.

  • fembot2000
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 6:52am

    We were driving between Coonabarrabran and Nyngan I think... there was like a 45km stretch (I could be wrong it was a long time ago) of dirt road and I saw my first wild emu! I was so excited! I had my husband pull over and I took a couple of photos on the side of the road - asking my husband if there could be more, and he stated that probably not - he thinks that they're solitary for the most part.

    Fast forward about 5 minutes, we nearly run two over with the car and there is a huge herd of them (20+) that run away startled when they see us slow down (for some photos and to not endanger them as well as us). I looked at my husband and just went... solitary huh?

    Lol.

    Edit: Condobolin, not Coonabarabran and it may have been MUCH longer than 45 km, apparently its 187 km between the towns on the road we went and I remember a majority of it being dirt... or unpaved.

  • verifyandproceed
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 7:30am

    ...I feel like I’ve seen this movie before...

  • MassiveDrawl
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 8:07am

    We have a stupid dingo fence running up the side of the country that doesn't do shit to dingoes but is impenetrable for emus, it's pretty rare to see them on the eastern side of it.

  • dumasophobic
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 8:45am

    I can’t believe how little wildlife some people commenting have seen, I see kangaroos every day, I have seen emus in the wild, multiple wild platypuses, and many koalas and wombats, even a sugar glider inside my house.

  • Tystarchius
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 11:25am

    Let me tell you, i live near a suburb called Emu Plains and i frequent the place at least three times a week and have for over a decade. Not once have i ever seen an emu out of captivity.

    The other month i saw an Emu about 100m down the road from the maccas there. I nearly fell off my bike.

  • zaitsman
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 3:02pm

    Love Talbingo, always full if critters and barely any humans in sight

  • Verily-Frank
    1 points Jan 19,2019, 6:25pm

    "Younglings"? Fair enough I suppose.

  • perturbed_pear
    -1 points Jan 19,2019, 3:40am

    Congratulations you almost started the second great emu war.

  • morgrath
    0 points Jan 19,2019, 7:03am

    The one time I've seen two adults and some young ones crossing the road, they stopped and did some doughnuts right in the middle of the lane. Took them about two minutes to make it across the road. They're not the most intelligent of creatures. Though having met a relatively tame rescue one, they've got pretty nice personalities if they're not terrified.

  • Nebarious
    -4 points Jan 19,2019, 2:40am

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Emuwarflashbacks/

    It's hard...but we've all had to kill emu babies.
    They are the ENEMY. A baby emu today is a full grown, 6 foot tall, death-dealing killing-machine tomorrow.

    You did the right thing, soldier.

  • myztry
    -13 points Jan 19,2019, 12:41am

    I had to nearly kill several with my car

    Perhaps don't drive while holding your phone...

  • Blizzardsoldi3r
    -2 points Jan 19,2019, 7:55am

    They're mobilising for the next war

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Found this in an opshop a few years ago with this label. It's a staple vessel in the house.

Australia

COMMENTS

  • pyrax69
    3 points Jan 18,2019, 7:23am

    400ml, that's not even a pint...

  • Borguschain
    3 points Jan 18,2019, 8:30am

    Well damn, that ups the ante in the old 100 shots in 100 mins with 4 friends.

  • psrpianrckelsss
    2 points Jan 18,2019, 7:23am

    Contents included? How to you decant? Does seem obvious from the photo

  • Batbloke
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 3:56pm

    ooh, that's a bit fancy.

COMMENTS

  • pyrax69
    3 points Jan 18,2019, 7:23am

    400ml, that's not even a pint...

  • Borguschain
    3 points Jan 18,2019, 8:30am

    Well damn, that ups the ante in the old 100 shots in 100 mins with 4 friends.

  • psrpianrckelsss
    2 points Jan 18,2019, 7:23am

    Contents included? How to you decant? Does seem obvious from the photo

  • ErwinRommel1943
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 9:56am

    Only yuppies drink goon from a goblet. Drinking goon from the close line now that’s a pass time of the people.

  • Batbloke
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 3:56pm

    ooh, that's a bit fancy.

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Captured some beauties hanging out in a tree this afternoon

Australia

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Habitability map of Australia (produced by a Geographer in the 1920s)

Australia

COMMENTS

  • 7_sided_triangle
    10 points Jan 18,2019, 1:53am

    I like how the outer places of Canberra are classed as 'sparse grazing lands' but the centre of Canberra is classed as 'useless'.

  • mindsnare
    24 points Jan 18,2019, 12:11am

    Boy, the aboriginals, really got a sweet deal eh, http://i.imgur.com/nHSqeRg.png

  • Afferbeck_
    8 points Jan 18,2019, 1:51am

    Weird to see Collie as the one place of note for WA

  • goodhamsandwich
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 11:52pm

    Does this stand up today? Are there really good grazing lands that far in?

  • LloydGSR
    2 points Jan 18,2019, 5:54am

    Quite a bit of the 'useless' part of Tasmania is currently on fire.

  • RecalcitrantAussie
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 1:44am

    Not inaccurate to be honest

  • Nichibon
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 6:10pm

    I love how the only town listed in the Vic area is Morwell.Is there any reason for that?

    I think Morwell was a huge hub for coal in the 20s so it makes sense. But other than that, I was always confused as to why Morwell showed up on maps like these before other towns in that area such as Traralgon, Warragul, or Sale.

COMMENTS

  • 7_sided_triangle
    10 points Jan 18,2019, 1:53am

    I like how the outer places of Canberra are classed as 'sparse grazing lands' but the centre of Canberra is classed as 'useless'.

  • mindsnare
    24 points Jan 18,2019, 12:11am

    Boy, the aboriginals, really got a sweet deal eh, http://i.imgur.com/nHSqeRg.png

  • Afferbeck_
    8 points Jan 18,2019, 1:51am

    Weird to see Collie as the one place of note for WA

  • sjjfgi
    12 points Jan 17,2019, 11:53pm

    That little useless area might as well extend down all the way to Adelaide

  • goodhamsandwich
    2 points Jan 17,2019, 11:52pm

    Does this stand up today? Are there really good grazing lands that far in?

  • LloydGSR
    2 points Jan 18,2019, 5:54am

    Quite a bit of the 'useless' part of Tasmania is currently on fire.

  • RecalcitrantAussie
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 1:44am

    Not inaccurate to be honest

  • Nichibon
    1 points Jan 18,2019, 6:10pm

    I love how the only town listed in the Vic area is Morwell.Is there any reason for that?

    I think Morwell was a huge hub for coal in the 20s so it makes sense. But other than that, I was always confused as to why Morwell showed up on maps like these before other towns in that area such as Traralgon, Warragul, or Sale.

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Little guy came for scraps

Australia