you know you’re australian when
it isn’t a party until one of these bad boys comes out
aussie kids party aesthetic
• fairy bread
• bung fritz and cheese cubes on skewers
• cupcakes with the edible wiggles pictures
• mini meat pies and sausage roles
• cottee’s green and red cordial
• icy poles or paddlepops
• freddos in green jelly
Australian: ok yeah I’m thinking snakes, teeth, frogs, spiders, shapes… Anything else?
Other Australian: nah that sounds like enough snacks for little Jonno’s birthday party
*dancing class in primary school*
“heel, toe, heel, toe, slide, slide, slide, slide”
The biggest rumour that goes around all Australian primary schools is: if it gets to 40 degrees, you get to go home.
When I was like 10 years old I went trick or treating and at one house the man told us he was getting lollies from his kitchen and then he came back and threw a bucket of water on me and my friends and that’s what Halloween is like in Australia.
i dont trust australians about anything honestly they take a piece of bread and put butter and sprinkles on it and call it a desert firemen
YOU PUT YOUR HANDS ON
Still better than butterbreadsprinkles youwinagainmoffat
it’s called fairy bread thank you very much mssrsmoony
don’t you dare talk shit about fairy bread
who the fuck do you think you are ding-ding-motherfuckers
it’s weird watching Australian dramas on the ABC because no matter how good they are (some are quite good) there will always be an actor who was on Playschool who turns up and throws you off
WHOA THERE COOL IT THAT’S WAAAAY TOO MUCH FROSTING FOR ONE DUNKAROO YOU GOTTA RATION THAT SHIT
this post is my entire life
i miss dunkaroos more than i miss my childhood friends
Finding Australians is fairly easy. Just ask them one question:
Have you ever
ever felt like this?
how to spot an Aussie:
1) shout out “1 3 DOUBLE OH”
2) wait until someone shouts “6 TRIPLE 5 OHHH 6”
What she says: I’m fine
What she means: how did the girls from that show h2o possibly live their lives? They were three teen girls living in Australia and any time they so much as touched one drop of water they transformed into mermaids. How did they go to the bathroom? Did they never wash their hands afterward or did they suffer through being mermaids while at any point trying to take care of their personal hygiene? What if they had to pee at school? Imagine the germs. Does sweat also trigger their transformations? They live in Australia it’s impossible that they could avoid sweating for their whole lives. Honestly the idea of turning into a mermaid seems awesome but changing every time they touch water is so ridiculously impractical like I know some of these scenarios are addressed in the show and at times even large plot points but I feel like the writers of the show chose to ignore some situations merely for the convenience of the show and I think about that often
quality australian content for youse
“That guy’s got swag,” said the officer, looking down at the jolly man camped by a billabong under the shade of the coolabah tree
I used to know about Australian politics but then Good News Week was cancelled.
No hat no play, no school today
— Old Australian Proverb
I have a confession.
I’m struggling to admit this, but I think its time.
All these years I’ve been lying to myself and everyone around, I honestly don’t know how I’ve been able to keep this secret for so long but now as I start year 11 at school I think it’s time I stop lying to myself.
I never got my pen license.
why do americans start their school years in the middle of the year that makes no fucking sense
mihlayn: are cafeterias a real thing like do those actually exist in america you just line up and get given gross food and then eat in the same room as your entire school??? if that happened at my school there’d be a riot imagine how loud that would be are cafeterias a myth
lastofthetimeladies: …do you…do you not have cafeterias elsewhere?
croatoan-the-line: Not in Australia we don’t. It’s a legal requirement for us to limit the amount of space habitable for deadly animals to breed, and cafeteria tables are a preferred nesting spot of both spiders AND drop bears.
you can just TELL this is an australian picture.
bawbag: In primary school when you and your friend would pretend to sharpen your pencils to have a chat at the bin
breakfastatbequiettiffany: This is the most UK-centric sentence I’ve ever seen written
lastofthetimeladies: In primary school when you and your mate would pretend to sharpen your woody pointy writer-downers to have a jolly good chin wag at the bin
loungezombie: In primary school when crikey mate barbecue hugh jackman schooner arvo creek billabong kangaroo drop bear bin
For as much as they tell you about Stop Drop and Roll as a kid, I really expected to be on fire more times in my life.
Auscore post #???
puttin an extra couple spoonfuls of milo in ya mug when mum aint lookin
To all Australian kids
If you ever feel like you’re weak or pathetic, remember:
You live in the most dangerous and hostile country, where every creature is murderous and deadly. You’re automatically more hardcore than any kid in any other country. draconicjanus
this is actually quite uplifting timelordy-teganbreann