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PostSubject: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sun Oct 25, 2009 7:10 pm

What was the last movie you watched?

I just watched White Men Can't Jump yesterday.

It is far from my favorite movie but it was obviously good since every movie with Woody Harrelson is a good movie.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Mon Oct 26, 2009 3:52 am

I just remembered, it was Semi-Pro with my friends. >: )


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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Mon Oct 26, 2009 1:47 pm

Zombieland.

Greatest zombie movie EVER.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Mon Oct 26, 2009 11:43 pm

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Zombieland.

Greatest zombie movie EVER.
I heard about that the other day on MTV. Thought I might see it with one of my mates. Then play some -Blam!- Zombies. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:43 pm

Zombieland looks interesting I don't know when I will see it though. Like I believe I said in the original post. You can't go wrong with Woody Harrelson.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Wed Oct 28, 2009 3:45 am

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Zombieland looks interesting I don't know when I will see it though. Like I believe I said in the original post. You can't go wrong with Woody Harrelson.
I'm gonna go see it soon with my friend. We don't have a date or time, but probably next weekend or something. Looks so awesome!
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Wed Oct 28, 2009 6:56 pm

Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:38 am

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Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:44 pm

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Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

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More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Fri Oct 30, 2009 12:10 am

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Seargent Major wrote:
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Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

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More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sat Oct 31, 2009 1:15 pm

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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sat Oct 31, 2009 3:59 pm

PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:12 pm

Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:59 am

PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Go -Blam!- that sam or whateva his name is guy you -Blam!- American -Blam!-. Lol, joking! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:31 pm

Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Go -Blam!- that sam or whateva his name is guy you -Blam!- American -Blam!-. Lol, joking! Very Happy
Well just saying its true.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Thu Nov 05, 2009 1:05 am

PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sat Nov 07, 2009 3:21 pm

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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Mon Nov 09, 2009 3:03 am

PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
orlly?
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:58 pm

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Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
orlly?
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sat Nov 14, 2009 4:11 pm

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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
orlly?
Yep rlly
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:22 am

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Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

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More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sun Nov 15, 2009 3:02 am

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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
REALLY!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
orlly?
Yep rlly
OMG! RLLY?!?!?!?!?
YEAS RLLYS
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Sun Nov 15, 2009 4:15 pm

Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
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PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
REALLY!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
orlly?
Yep rlly
OMG! RLLY?!?!?!?!?
YEAS RLLYS
Alright the sad thing is I forgot what this thread is about.
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PostSubject: Re: Movies, Movies, Movies   Mon Nov 16, 2009 12:30 am

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Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
Seargent Major wrote:
PHANTOMO71494 wrote:
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Is your friend a Kangaroo? Just wondering since your from Australia.

JK, I bet that makes you angry when people ask things like that.
Well, part angry. People think we're all outback. The only reason we are known for animals and the outback, is because of our meat we produce. Two thirds of McDonalds around the world is from Australian beef. Honestly, I've never in my life seen a Kangaroo. We live in one of the most built-up suburban areas in Australia. Hotels, motels, houses, beaches, smexy ladies at the beaches lol. Oh, and we are actually more famous for our beaches then our outback. Oh, and I live on the coast. Just past the border of NSW and QLD.

Edit: Spelling/Grammar.
More famous for your beaches? I don't know about that.
Well, depends. Have you ever been to Australia? Oh, and our sport. >: )
Your sport? Nope I haven't been to Australia.

Its just you don't hear much about Australia's beaches.
Bondi? A few Aussie Icons are: Beer (XD), Barbecues (Duh), Beaches, Outback, Sport, Animals and a few more..
Im going to go ahead and go with a lot of deadly animals. Kangaroos and the Outback. Sorry about the kangaroo thing but hey it is talked about too much.
REALLY!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
Kangaroos aren't deadly. They are just strong in the legs and arms. They usually won't harm you..Unless you're cruel enough to hurt them. D:
I wasn't meaning that kangaroos were deadly it just seems like everytime I watch a show and they talk about a deadly animal it lives in Australia.
orlly?
Yep rlly
OMG! RLLY?!?!?!?!?
YEAS RLLYS
Alright the sad thing is I forgot what this thread is about.
Same, it started with the Australia thing.
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