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#3
I think I speak for Australia when I say "Oh shit."


Edit:
Quote by The_Casinator
Serious?
That's bad... those poor kangaroos...

Silly Casinator, everyone knows that the Kangaroos are caged in The Outback.
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Last edited by itchy guitar at Jul 15, 2009,
#5
The earthquake happened in NZ...
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#7
Originally Posted by VANGELIS!
Ya, my mom walked in on me taking a **** into my coffee mug when I was 23. There was a spider in the bathroom and I was too scared to go in


LMAO

on a more serious note hope it doesn't get to bad for you guys
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#11
Dude, I think my town is in the area where the tsunami's gunna hit.

But I don't it's gunna be too bad but....
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#14
Thank god I live ontop of a big ****ing hill in Queensland

Quote by The_Casinator
Serious?
That's bad... those poor kangaroos...


I hope to god you're being a smart ass
Quote by DJaye

and it was about that time his sister comes bounding in, as she forgot to grab her handbag, only to see her brother running down the hallway with his dick hanging out and a hotdog sausage up his arse
#15
Quote by Nafon
We'll be fine.


That's exactly what I said before a bushfire tore through the area nearby.

But I should be right for the tsunami, living in the Yarra Valley and all.

Accroding the BOM website, it's really only coastal waters and some shoreline that is being affected.
#16
oh ****.............
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#17
what if u live in unanderra, near wollongong, which is right next to the coast!? safe?
#18
I think Tassy is the only place that might be affected. Even then the chances are very slim.
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and it was about that time his sister comes bounding in, as she forgot to grab her handbag, only to see her brother running down the hallway with his dick hanging out and a hotdog sausage up his arse
#20
stop being such wet blankets.
hearing that surely makes your women moist.
it's really gonna rain on THAT day.

/triple-horrible-pun-attack.
#21
Quote by CoreysMonster
stop being such wet blankets.
hearing that surely makes your women moist.
it's really gonna rain on THAT day.

/triple-horrible-pun-attack.


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#23
Quote by ~JIMMY~
what if u live in unanderra, near wollongong, which is right next to the coast!? safe?

What school do you go to?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#26
Quote by CoreysMonster
obviously the dingdong-pollywally-abogingang school.



EDIT: Going outside, it's really eerily quiet. You can normally hear the waves break but you can barely hear a thing now.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
Last edited by titsmcgee852 at Jul 15, 2009,
#28
Quote by CoreysMonster
obviously the dingdong-pollywally-abogingang school.

that made cry of laughter... oh god im in tears
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#29
Quote by titsmcgee852


EDIT: Going outside, it's really eerily quiet. You can normally hear the waves break but you can barely hear a thing now.

seriously though, "unanderra", "wollongong"? you think you can admit to living in a country with places that are actually named that way without someone cracking a joke?

it's like saying "yeah, I live near Ass, Germany"
#31
Quote by CoreysMonster
seriously though, "unanderra", "wollongong"? you think you can admit to living in a country with places that are actually named that way without someone cracking a joke?

it's like saying "yeah, I live near Ass, Germany"

Because Kiel, Schleswig Holstein, Germany is totally normal

The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#32
Quote by titsmcgee852
Because Kiel, Schleswig Holstein, Germany is totally normal



it's berlin now, actually.

EDIT: damn your editing! and for german speaking people, yes they're normal.
#33
Quote by CoreysMonster
it's berlin now, actually.

EDIT: damn your editing! and for german speaking people, yes they're normal.

Damn your fast replying! Are you hitting F5 at 20 second intervals or something?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#34
when i was last in japan there was a tsunami - every channel had tsunami warnings on them.

Turned out to be a 6 inch tsunami
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#35
Quote by titsmcgee852
Damn your fast replying! Are you hitting F5 at 20 second intervals or something?

my finger clicks the refresh button at 20 clicks per second.
#36
Quote by CoreysMonster
my finger clicks the refresh button at 20 clicks per second.

You know you've totally contradicted your sig of late.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#37
Quote by titsmcgee852
You know you've totally contradicted your sig of late.

that's the way I roll, baby


no but seriously, I've been really careful in what threads I post.
#39
Quote by titsmcgee852


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#40
I hope it kills some bogans, that would make my day.
April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull roots with spring rain
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