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Review Creeping Sharia in Australia

Discussion in 'Expat Section' started by djfinn6230, Jan 30, 2018.

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    That’s OK, I started it and I got the point. I now believe the sign was placed there by Fox News Australia to incite knuckle draggers such as myself. Yeah, sorry, it was a mistake starting this thread. I will now expect to be lashed by a wet noodle by whomever in Dumaguete is responsible for lashing.☪️


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    I wonder how many times that sign has needed to be replaced? Do the ladies in 2 piece swin suits get some kind of fine? Doubt many Australians would be visiting there.
     
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    If you want something real to read about the push for special status of the religion of pieces in Australia, then this is what the moron Australia calls a foreign minister and that poor excuse for a PM Turnbull are pushing.

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    Nude beaches are not really that bad. The first few days are the hardest.
     
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    I have to agree, last time I went 3 days later I was still finding sand in my crack... :confused:
     
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    I always used to tell the beer drinking girls at the beach to try not to get sand in their Schlitz.

    And don't forget, 3 days is not surprising. With cracks the size of yours and mine your lucky it was only 3 days. Actually the size of my rear has gotten bigger and I am really worried since I saw a sign the other day that said, "Crack Kills".
     
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    You guys Crack me up.:biggrin:
     
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    Was that a reference to 'Schlitz Beer' or a euphemism? In order to progress my education so that I can eventually drag myself from the trailer and become a rocket scientist ( :smile: ), I try to engage with new words and 'a type of beer' was the only reference I could find in the book I sourced from the local trash can. But from now on I shall proudly carry 'Schlitz' with me to use in appropriate circumstances.
     
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    Yes, I tend to forget that it is not 1968 any more and everybody is not from the US. Schlitz beer was quite a big brewery in the US and a major competitor to Budweiser, Coors, Heineken, etc. They distributed to every state, they were not a local brewery. So it was of course always on the beach with the other brands. Hence, asking the beer drinking girls on the beach, "Did you get any sand in your Schlitz?". I realized after I wrote that, that one would have to be an old fossil from the US to get the joke. Sorry, but thanks for asking the question so I could explain that lame joke. By the way, thanks for the new idiom. I love to use idioms and colloquialisms, as I am from the South in the US. You said, "Sailing too close to the rocks", in another post, which I had never heard. One "northerner" in the US said, "People from the South don't even speak English. If you ask them how's the weather they will tell you something that makes absolutely no sense, like "It's hotter than a four balled tom cat". You ask them to explain and they tell you something that makes even LESS sense like, "It's so hot that all the popcorn we had stored in the barn popped and spilled out into the barnyard. The chickens saw it and thought it was snow and they froze to death."
     
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    I made up the "sailing too close to the rocks" based on "... to the wind" ... I think rocks sounds more dangerous.

    Thanks for the explanation of 'Schlitz' but it is now firmly implanted in my mind as a favourite euphemism :smile:

    I think I must be odd as I understand "It's hotter than a four balled tom cat" and "It's so hot that all the popcorn we had stored in the barn popped and spilled out into the barnyard. The chickens saw it and thought it was snow and they froze to death."

    Idioms and colloquialisms would make a good thread ... but sometimes they can be misleading ... as when my 1 day old nephew said to me "I wasn't born yesterday" and I had to correct him.

    Once some friends left their 15 year old son at home (his choice ... or course!) whilst they travelled abroad.... I offered to check on him and found he was very content (he had rearranged all the furniture to suit his tastes even though his parents would be back in a week!) ... when his parents returned I told them I had checked him and he was "made up" .... after some puzzled and worried looks from them I realised they did not understand "made up" means 'being happy' (as in "over the moon", but not literally of course) and had thought I found him wearing lipstick and eye-liner!
     
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