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#125 - LEAFMAN
Reply +14
(04/20/2012) [-]
welcome to Australia, the temperature forecast all year round is "******* hot" and "******* cold" and any random day, regardless of what season your in.

also, the entire country is divided into 3 sections

1: **** thats on fire
2: **** thats underwater
3: **** thats due to be either on fire or underwater within the next few years
#129 to #125 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
depends where you live man, i used to live in WA and it was like a constant 40 degrees, all the time, and then it just rained for like 3 weeks at a time, whilst maintaining the same temperature.

wasn't often cold, never flooded while i was there, but yeah man, weird weather.
#145 to #129 - teoferrazzi
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(04/20/2012) [-]
should specify for the amerifags, it's 40 degrees celsius
#146 to #145 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
yeah, i thought about that, and then i was all liek, nah ******, tanks, though.
#135 to #129 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
and if you ask me, WA is waaaaay overdue for something ****** up, its been too quiet over there lately

your in for a tsunami or a comet or some ****
#152 to #135 - marsy
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(04/20/2012) [-]
If we're hit by some sort of disaster in the near future, I'm holding you responsible.
#158 to #152 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
HAHAHA if your hit by a disaster in the near future i am going to use my ungodly powers of nature to rule the world :)

#132 to #129 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
australia, where mother nature tries out new ****
#134 to #132 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
and every single living thing will do everything in its power to kill you.
#136 to #134 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
the top 10 deadliest snakes in the world

9 of them live in australia
#137 to #136 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
i remember when i was about 4 i went into my garden and there was a queen hornet about 8 inches long just ******* floating about like the bitch owned the place. nearly shat myself.

saw a couple of birds get eaten too. and yet i still miss the place :(
#138 to #137 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
>3 years old
>see first huntsman spider
>mum assures me it was a ******* huge one, like a dinnerplate
>not know what a spider is because im 3
>eat spider
#139 to #138 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
hahahaha amazing, i used to love huntsmen, only spiders in the universe that are friendly, and their ******* huge.
#141 to #139 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
they genuinely are friendly though, they can crawl all over you and not horribly maim you


they're like the auzzie spiderbro
#143 to #141 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
its true, especially in the "winter" they genuinely enjoy human body warmth.

mother nature you so cray' (aint it jay?)
#148 to #143 - LEAFMAN
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(04/20/2012) [-]
this conversation has made me want to go hug some spiders
#149 to #148 - newall
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(04/20/2012) [-]
i find the more you think about spiders, the more you want to, probably just as well i live in the UK now, then :(
#126 to #125 - anon
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(04/20/2012) [-]
HEAR HEAR!