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Australian sport's lucky if it has rules, let alone the paddings, coverings, or medieval quilts your lot waltz around in.
Tom Brady is, on a fundamental level, a pussy, and we are unlikely to be convinced otherwise without a considerable amount of brainwashing.
Australia simply has a different standard about the rudeness of different swearwords.
Things you wouldn't feel comfortable saying to your grandmother regularly turn up on our network news or in our Parliament.
Generally, however, the climate is warm and temperate, particularly in the major coastal cities.
The flora and fauna in Australia are unique among the plants and animals around the world.
Chances are exceptionally high that we know or are related to somebody who's had some skin cancer — and there have been so many publicity campaigns about cancer prevention and awareness that we're probably mini-experts on mole diagnosis.
Australia had one of the biggest influxes of immigrants in world history after World War II.
(Particularly because Sydney and Melbourne have a hilarious rivalry going on, and if you're looking to date a resident from one city, you may have to pretend the other doesn't exist.) Hell, it's possible for Australians to tell which suburb you're from.
All of these 17 pieces of knowledge are things I've had to teach my foreign partners. Precisely.) But we're used to certain stuff, like people assuming we're surfing goddesses, or know all about how to commune with snakes.
Aussies often don't realize how strange an obsession with skin cancer is, or why everybody keeps assuming we all love Kylie Minogue. If you find yourself dating an Aussie, these are things you are just going to have to accept.
Add to that the fact that a lot of us have lived and worked overseas, and it's a toss-up whether any of us sound similar at all.
If you say idly that you have a suspicious mole, your Australian partner will be pouncing on it and measuring the sides with a ruler before you can say "melanoma".
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It's one of the reasons the food's so good — everybody lives there.