Australian...are you?

Status
Not open for further replies.
Messages
3,464
Role
Private
I am!

What are you doing up so late!? :p

Edit: Also! Just realised that since you are in Sydney, you are 1 hour ahead! You're up even later than I am.
 

Martin

Est. Contributor
Messages
3,833
Role
Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Little
I'm not from Australia but you might want to take a look at this link: ADISC.org - Members List. There are others but those are all with Australia as location.
 

ShyBaby

Contributor
Messages
84
Role
Adult Baby
Another one here! From Adelaide, now living north of London.

Couldn't help but notice in your profile:

Favourite diaper
no good ones in australia
I used to buy from Mediquip and seem to remember the range was reasonable. I think they might be independencesolutions.com.au now, but I'm sure someone else could advise better than I.
 

spec888

Banned
Messages
17
Role
Diaper Lover
actually brisbane, but i don't think that was an option when i registered
 

teddy564339

Est. Contributor
Messages
645
Role
Adult Baby, Babyfur
I don't mean to stereotype, especially because I've never been there....but Australia just seems like the coolest country in the world. They just seem to be all chill and everything. I can't think of anything bad about Australia.

Besides, anywhere that gives us Lukie has to be pretty good. ;)
 

spec888

Banned
Messages
17
Role
Diaper Lover
australia is awesome, espically the random islands that surround the entire continent, it is definitely a must see place...melbourne is awesome, it has a creat coffee culture and brisbane is like a massive town rather then a city if that makes sense, just google some pictures u'll see
 

Chillhouse

Est. Contributor
Messages
3,000
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
I wish I was in Australia. Does that count? I'm a little jealous, winter is just starting here right now and the temp is barely rising above 5 degrees. Meanwhile summer is starting for you lucky dogs.

Ah well. Put another prawn on the barby for me.
 
Last edited:
Messages
3,464
Role
Private
australia is awesome, espically the random islands that surround the entire continent, it is definitely a must see place...melbourne is awesome, it has a creat coffee culture and brisbane is like a massive town rather then a city if that makes sense, just google some pictures u'll see

Ahh yeah. I'm from Brisbane.

World's Biggest Country Town.
 

spec888

Banned
Messages
17
Role
Diaper Lover
prawn on the bbq i swear is a myth, i have never done it, i have a huge family with like 50 or so cousins and in the 20 years i have been alive i cannot recall one prawn on the bbq..where did that "myth" even start/i wonder if they are yum??? lukie are u at uni...if so what one?

"I can't think of anything bad about Australia. "

the girls, in brisbane anyway, there being heaps of private schools and me having gone to one, thus associating with them, are really really fussy/stuckup/daddies girls etc..but it is australia and they make awesome friends so its not all bad
 
Last edited by a moderator:
Messages
3,464
Role
Private
prawn on the bbq i swear is a myth, i have never done it, i have a huge family with like 50 or so cousins and in the 20 years i have been alive i cannot recall one prawn on the bbq..where did that "myth" even start/i wonder if they are yum??? lukie are u at uni...if so what one?
1. I assume from the Paul Hogan "Shrimp on the Barbie" TV commercial that was marketed to America to promote tourism to this country.

2. I am at one of the universities here. ;)

the girls, in brisbane anyway, there being heaps of private schools and me having gone to one, thus associating with them, are really really fussy/stuckup/daddies girls etc..but it is australia and they make awesome friends so its not all bad
I went to an all-boys, private, Catholic school. Most of my exposure to girls throughout my school years were with those from private, all-girls school. I agree with you when you give them a bad wrap. I never liked them.

My experience was they were quick to get into your pants, and even quicker to tell you what a total asshole you are and to gossip about you. Plus they are those really clingy types.
 

spec888

Banned
Messages
17
Role
Diaper Lover
they are definitely clingy, i am meeting my ex this afternoon, why i said yes i do not know...wish me luck!! :S
 

Chillhouse

Est. Contributor
Messages
3,000
Role
Diaper Lover, Carer
prawn on the bbq i swear is a myth, i have never done it, i have a huge family with like 50 or so cousins and in the 20 years i have been alive i cannot recall one prawn on the bbq..where did that "myth" even start/i wonder if they are yum???
It's a tourism commerical from the 80's marketed for Americans. It was Crocodile Dundee's first taste of international fame. Course, "prawn" was changed to "shrimp" because they were afraid of confusing the Americans.

And yes, they are yum. I have BBQd shrimp stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon. Very yum indeed.
 

Kraiden

Est. Contributor
Messages
848
Role
Private
I'm an aussie. Why else would I have Humphrey? :p

Humphrey Sez: I's so huggable and popular they maded a TV show about me! But it has some person in a big suit, so it's not really me!!
 

spec888

Banned
Messages
17
Role
Diaper Lover
hahah good point...i have a question/ off topic but not really, out of the aussies on this site, who was not aloud to watch sesame street? i wasn't and the reasoning was because of the accent and the spelling of words meaning the same however spelt different...eg specialised vs specialized etc etc mum vs mom
 
Messages
3,464
Role
Private
hahah good point...i have a question/ off topic but not really, out of the aussies on this site, who was not aloud to watch sesame street? i wasn't and the reasoning was because of the accent and the spelling of words meaning the same however spelt different...eg specialised vs specialized etc etc mum vs mom
I was a Sesame Street kid through and through!

Also Fireman Sam, Postman Pat and Thomas the Tank Engine! :D

That's my childhood in a nutshell.
 

ShyBaby

Contributor
Messages
84
Role
Adult Baby
prawn on the bbq i swear is a myth, i have never done it, i have a huge family with like 50 or so cousins and in the 20 years i have been alive i cannot recall one prawn on the bbq
I'd like to dispel the myth, but I didn't try putting prawns on a barbie until I got to the UK. I think I barbecue more often here than I did in Oz, just to spite the poms. :) It's weird, you can only get BBQ fuel here in the summer months - I have to stockpile it for the winter.

But anyway, try cajun spice mix (buy off the shelf or cayenne pepper+smoked paprika+celery seed+cumin+onion powder+garlic,) mix with oil and a small amount of cornflour, coat prawns liberally and BBQ on skewers. Bloody brilliant.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top