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RE: Moving to England« on: July 26 2006 06:07:00 »
Because we have hundreds of years of culture along with the rest of Europe and even the USA unlike you who's culture consists of Mad Max 1 and also the Gay rally in Sydney that you obviously attend regularly due to the fact that you accuse others of being gay.
RE: Moving to England« Reply #1 on: July 26 2006 09:07:00 »
Yeh, Shut it you Aussie sheep bothering puff!
Anyways, back in the real world... England is ok (at best) but seriously, I surf the Easy coast (North Sea) all year round and the water temp gets down to 2.5 degrees here while Cornwall is still about 7! You may need a 5:3mm suit... or a 12:8mm if you an Aussie gimp who can't handle the cold, and before you start, why don't ya **** off back to jail... i mean Australia! :)
RE: Moving to England« Reply #2 on: July 26 2006 21:07:00 »
Culture? Gay? Interesting. Must have something to do with the Romans. Just dont come here, cos the surf aint "easy". And remember we are all of criminal heritage, and our natives have a long inherited hate of the British. You pommy tourists stick out like dogs balls, huddled in your camper vans when the surf gets over 2ft.
Sheep? wrong country mate, thats the other country where your ancestors tried to kill all the natives too. But I suppose, the pommy schools wouldnt teach your generation about the atrocities commited by the first fleets into these countries.
RE: Moving to England« Reply #3 on: July 27 2006 09:07:00 »
LOL! Nice come back canonfodder!
Seriously though if you fancy coming over to the East Coast during the winter months for a good 3-4hr session (and I'm talking 25-30mph northerly winds on a solid 10-12ft windswell, Air temps of -2 degrees, water temp of 3 degrees max, with some serious whitewater close-out shore-dumping action) then send me a pic of yourself... I'll make sure the local fuzz get it so they can I.D. the body!
RE: Moving to England« Reply #4 on: July 27 2006 18:07:00 »
Mind you Hugh Grant does speak a bit prissy and hes English...I agree with that one.
RE: Moving to England« Reply #5 on: July 28 2006 22:07:00 »
Sounds good to me. You poms can have your freezing cold blown-out sloppy shit. Im a dirty rotten Aussie mongrel and proud of it. Why would I want to leave the quality surf of Australia to surf your shit? And so true Dung, those poms are total kooks and just get there cameras out when its big, Awestruck by how brave the Aussies are. And I wouldnt mention Gallipolli to an Aussie if you are English.
RE: Moving to England« Reply #6 on: July 29 2006 05:07:00 »
Me black fella. and if I smell ya pommy white ass in me country, im a gunna spear ya in da leg mate. Me and me cousins are spreadin da word around da tribes. We got a lotta cousins dat surf too mate. We cook ya up on da campfire first, then bury ya outback with the rest of em. Dingo fodder mate, Ivan Milat was good fella.
RE: Moving to England« Reply #7 on: July 29 2006 07:07:00 »
If Britain is so wank,why is there so many Auzzies over here?
RE: Moving to England« Reply #8 on: July 29 2006 09:07:00 »
I dont need to mention Gallipolli to any Oz person as that is the first thing they mention to people from England afgter about 5 minutes.
Try to learn to read and you might realise that history has had similar tactical atrocities that went on and guess what, it wasnt just the good old Ozzies.
If you dont like us, dont come to our country, well we dont need you as we now have Eastern Europeans who are hard working, friendly and dont have chips on their shoulders.
RE: Moving to England« Reply #9 on: July 31 2006 06:07:00 »
POST OF THE WEEK!