... although most of you figured that out a loooooooong time ago.
Am I right? Or am I right? Right? Right!
Quick, what movie was the above line from?
The help I need is figuring out some of this newfangled modern slang that even folks only 10 years younger than me are using. No, not down here in Oz. Heck, aussies have been using the same slang for yonks now so they aren't gonna change.
No, I'm talking about y'all in the USofA.
What the heck is Beer Pong? And how come I never heard of it in college? We could seriously party at good ole UAF (stands for U Are F*cked) and I never heard of it. So what is it? What are the rules?
Does anyone still play quarters?
Why play a drinking game anyways? Do you really need an excuse?
What is the deal with the spelling of the word "the" becoming "teh" in certain instances? How is it pronounced? What does it mean? When is it ok to use it?
AND YOU KIDS STAY OFF MY LAWN AND OUTTA MY POOL! *grumble, grumble*
Seriously though: what is beer pong and what's with "teh"?
Please help, pretty please?
As a bribe, I'll offer up some cool pics of aussie wildlife! Cus I'm nice.
I'll start with a dog. Not any ole dog, but the biggest dog I've ever seen --and I've seen some huge ones. Saw this bloke when WP and I were down at the Saturday Willunga Market picking up some freshly made venison sausage. I'm sure someone out there knows what kind he is (I know cus I asked the keepers of this beast).
He was also the friendliest, most well behaved, one and a half year old dog I've met.
I'm now very good at koala spotting. My neck doesn't like staring upwards for an hour straight while hiking and my toes, feet, and ankles really want me to watch where I'm walking.
This one is tired out from sleeping all day.
Don't laugh, it's comfy.
And what would a post be without some birdie pics?
Don't see the emus around too much, but these are wild ones.
Oh, dahhhhhling! I just left the salon and don't I look gorgeous? The fluffed, brushed, blond feathers along with the wonderful eye shadow make me look a treat!