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Today's humour - New anti-terrorism laws: Aussie Citizenship Questionairre

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  1. Guest

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    * How many slabs can you fit in the back of a Falcon Ute while also allowing room for your cattle dog?

    * When packing an Esky do you put the ice or the beer in first?

    * Is the traditional Aussie Christmas dinner:

    a) At least two roasted meats with roast vegetables, followed by a pudding you could use as a cannonball. Also ham. In 40C heat.
    b) A seafood buffet followed by a barbie, with rather a lot of booze and ham. In 40C heat.
    c) Both of the above, one at lunchtime and one at dinnertime. Weather continues fine.

    * How many beers in a slab?

    * Does "yeah-nah" mean "Yes and no" or "Maybe" or "Yes I understand but No I don't agree"?

    * The phrases "strewth" and "flamin' dingo" can be attributed to which TV character?

    a) Toadie from Neighbours
    b) Alf from Home & Away
    c) Agro from Agro's Cartoon Connection
    d) Sgt. Tom Croydon from Blue Heelers?

    * When cooking a barbecue do you turn the sausages

    a) Once or twice
    b) As often as necessary to cook
    c) After each stubby
    d) Until charcoal?

    * Name three of the Daddo brothers.

    * Who was the original lead singer of AC/DC?

    * Which option describes your ideal summer afternoon:
    a) Drinking beer a mate's place
    b) Drinking beer at the beach
    c) Drinking beer watching the cricket/footy
    d) Drinking beer at a mate's place while watching the cricket before going to the beach?

    * Would you eat pineapple on pizza? Would you eat egg on a pizza?

    * How many cans of beer did David Boon consume on a plane trip from Australia to England?

    * How many stubbies is it from Brissy to the Gold Coast in a Torana travelling at 120km/h?

    * Who are Scott and Charlene?

    * How do you apply your tomato sauce to a pie?

    a) Squirt and spread with finger
    b) Sauce injection straight into the middle?

    * If the police raided your home would you:

    a) Allow them to rummage through your personal items
    b) Phone up the nearest talkback radio shock jock and complain
    c) Put a written complaint in to John Howard and hope that he answers it personally?

    * Which Australian Prime Minister held the world record for drinking a yardie full of beer the fastest?

    * Have you ever had/do you have a mullet?

    * Thongs are:

    a) Skimpy underwear
    b) Casual footwear
    c) They're called jandals, bro?
    d)Japanese Safety Boots

    * On which Ashes tour did Warney's hair look the best? 1993, 1997, 2001 or 2005?

    * What someone is more likely to die of?

    a) Red Back Spider
    b) Great White Shark
    c) Victorian Police Officer
    d) King Brown Snake
    e) Your missus after a big night
    f) Dropbear?

    * How many times must a steak be turned on a conventional four-burner barbie?

    * Can you sing along to Cold Chisel's Khe Sahn?

    * Explain both the "follow-on" and "LBW" rules in cricket and discuss the pros and cons for the third umpire decisions in the latter....

    * Name at least 5 items that must be taken to a BBQ.

    * Who is current Australian test cricket captain:

    a) Ricky Ponting
    b) Don Bradman
    c) John Howard
    d) Makybe Diva?

    * Is it best to take a sick day:

    a) When the cricket's on
    b) When the cricket's on
    c) When the cricket's on

    * What animal is on the Bundaberg Rum bottle?

    * What is the difference between a pot and a middy of beer?

    * What are Budgie smugglers?

    * Did you cry when Molly died on a Country Practice?

    * A "Hoppoate" is:

    a) A breed of kangaroo
    b) A kind of Australian "wedgie"
    c) A disgraced Rugby League player?

    * What does having a 'chunder' mean?

    * When you were young did you prefer the Hills Hoist over any swing set?

    * What do the following terms mean:

    a) Mate?
    b) Maate
    c) Maaaaaaate?

    * Best Aussie name is what?

    a) Cheryl
    b) Charlene
    c) Bazza
    d) Thommo
    e) Shazza

    * What does the terminology 'True Blue' mean?
     
  2. Dan

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    I think I passed
     
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    I'm still trying to see how many slabs i can get into the back of me ute.
     
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    I dont have a ute so couldnt answer, i assumed you would probably get at least 1 pallet and say another 6 slabs around the edges. The important variable is whether they are packaged on a crate, or whether they are secured properly.

    For safety I would go with a properly packed pallet which should be secure and allow enough room for the cattle dog
     
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    you dont buy pallets from Bottle shops, we stack cartons as high as they will go, and dont forget theres room for a few in the cabin as well,

    Cattle dogs have got good balance, they go on top of the cartons.
     
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    A good cattle dog would offer to walk home if it meant you could get one more slab in
     
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    true. You can buy pallets from the bottle shop! You just have to ask.

    You can go higher with 2 pallets than you cna by loose stacking. Or at least stack em high and chuck some shrink wrap around them....better than stack em high watch em fly!
     
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    Didnt say you couldnt buy em, just that real men dont.

    only poofs wrap em Dan, and poofs dont have cattle dogs.

    I suppose you use rope and tie em down too?
     
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    My missus's Uncle got a pallet of beer for him and a mate to share over their 4 week Christmas holiday's a few years ago. From memory I think it was 50 carton's to the pallet so It was not a bad effort as there was not much left at the end of the month.
     
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    Its all a moot point since I drive a lancer and not a ute!

    TO be honest, i would buy a pallet, I wouldnt want to risk wasting a drop. Spilling any is sacralige and unaustralian, unless you are pouring it over someones head!
     
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    I used to drive a lancer, then I grew up :)

    actually it was a great car, loved it.

    and I agree with you on the spillage issue. I was at the ING game at Drummoyne and one of my mates knocked my beer over accidently. So I instructed him to go and buy me TWO to replace it :)
     
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    thats why we lost
     
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    How many stubbies is it from Brissy to the Gold Coast in a Torana travelling at 120km/h?


    I believe the answer is 8... thats mine in a VS commodore though not a torrie!!
     

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