Understanding Australians-pt1  

AmberSolaire 42M
2630 posts
7/30/2005 12:13 pm

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Understanding Australians-pt1

Wanting not to hear nothing about cricket I thought I would pass on a warning about a dangerous species from Customs and Excise.All Bloglanders are asked to be on the lookout for this animal.It is extremely dangerous.Under no circumstances approach it alone........

Although the Australis yobbus vulgaris is a species unique to the Australian continent, this brash, colourful and vulgar bird shares many traits with other popular native fauna. For example, like the Bower Bird, which decorates its nest with bright, shiny baubles, the nest of the Australis yobbus vulgaris is littered with gold and platinum albums -- and hundreds of empty beer cans.

The Australis yobbus vulgaris also bears more than a passing resemblance to the Kookaburra, the Australian Laughing bird, with a happy-go-lucky nature that can be relied on to see the lighter side of life. Its laugh is infectious. It should be noted that this unique creature also has much in common with the Australian wombat, inasmuch as the Australis yobbus vulgaris also eats roots, shoots and leaves.

Thought until recently to be confined to the largely desolate Australian continent, dedicated watchers have reported an increasing number of sightings of the Australis yobbus vulgaris in New Zealand, Canada, the United States and particularly the United Kingdom. These sightings are generally cause for great excitement, and the antics of the Australis yobbus vulgaris provide watchers with untold merriment.

While the Australis yobbus vulgaris is not a fussy eater, it does show a preference for any delicacies cooked on a barbecue. The normal feeding ritual is generally followed by the consumption of copious amounts of beer, wine or spirits.

Most reports on the Australis yobbus vulgaris's mating habits are anecdotal, but confirm what has long been suspected: the Australis yobbus vulgaris is totally promiscuous and reportedly will mate with all known species, provided they are of the opposite gender, and have a pulse (optional). Its melodic mating call is a short, sharp, pleading cry, most often heard in the evenings: wannafuck! wannafuck!

There is little literature available on the Australis yobbus vulgaris. Despite being a native of outback Australia, the Australis yobbus vulgaris is frequently exhibited at locations worldwide. . .

So be warned.One might be headed your way........

rm_EE407 41F
3903 posts
7/30/2005 5:19 pm

mmmm... you sure that's an animal... and not a blogger????

Barbiebunny69 43F

7/31/2005 9:28 am

U mean the DO-Do Bird?

tamethytension 54M
2320 posts
7/31/2005 9:06 pm

"So be warned. One might be headed your way........"

As Tom Cruise was wont to say recently ....
"They're already here ..."

pretty scary thought huh Tom ...

just an email away from a town near you

AmberSolaire 42M

8/1/2005 8:50 am

EE no.rofl

Barbie do I?

Shakes violently at Kateys use of word "impregnation"......................

Tame is that a threat or a promise.

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