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curl-6 said:
mZuzek said:

I mean, I take it on the chin too, it can be pretty fun to see how stupid things can be said about where you live from clueless people.

Yeah true. Although I must say I've never been asked anything as stupid as whether we wear clothes before! I think the riding kangaroos thing is the silliest one I've encountered, and if you don't live here I can see how that might seem believable to be fair, haha.

The only image I have of Australia is that people somehow manage to survive in a hellish land of giant spiders and wasps and all sorts of evil things.



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mZuzek said:
curl-6 said:

Yeah true. Although I must say I've never been asked anything as stupid as whether we wear clothes before! I think the riding kangaroos thing is the silliest one I've encountered, and if you don't live here I can see how that might seem believable to be fair, haha.

The only image I have of Australia is that people somehow manage to survive in a hellish land of giant spiders and wasps and all sorts of evil things.

It's strange, I've always felt really safe here cos we have no large land predators and I'd be much more scared of a bear or big cats than spiders or snakes haha. 

In my 31 years here I've only ever been stung by a couple of honey bees and bitten once by a spider in my sleep so didn't even feel it and it wasn't a very venomous one so I just had a little swelling on my hand for a few days.



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curl-6 said:

bitten once by a spider in my sleep so didn't even feel it and it wasn't a very venomous one so I just had a little swelling on my hand for a few days.

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curl-6 said:
mZuzek said:

The only image I have of Australia is that people somehow manage to survive in a hellish land of giant spiders and wasps and all sorts of evil things.

It's strange, I've always felt really safe here cos we have no large land predators and I'd be much more scared of a bear or big cats than spiders or snakes haha. 

In my 31 years here I've only ever been stung by a couple of honey bees and bitten once by a spider in my sleep so didn't even feel it and it wasn't a very venomous one so I just had a little swelling on my hand for a few days.

I don't know. I think I'm more afraid of the danger I can't see than the one I can see. If a bear show up I can try and run or shoot it since I can have a gun here(AMERICA!!!), but a deadly bug or snake sneaks up on ya and nothing you can do until its to late.



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