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Unless they're the size of your hand and can literally eat birds, I personally don't even think they count.Actually, this one isn't entirely true: many Aussies will still be scared of spiders, even if they're tiny, because we've been conditioned to believe that they can all kill us.It's a stupendous combination and you should try it at least once in your life, but even if you don't, you're just going to have to live with it.Australia simply has a different standard about the rudeness of different swearwords.
The current artisanal coffee craze currently taking your local cafe by storm and irritating the sh*t out of you?(Particularly because Sydney and Melbourne have a hilarious rivalry going on, and if you're looking to date a resident from one city, you may have to pretend the other doesn't exist.) Hell, it's possible for Australians to tell which suburb you're from.Add to that the fact that a lot of us have lived and worked overseas, and it's a toss-up whether any of us sound similar at all. Sure, we're weirdly specific about coffee, psychotically patriotic, especially when caught in other countries (the national sporting colors are green and gold, by the way), prone to getting weepy at Qantas ads, and peculiarly ignorant about the rules of baseball, but we're a pretty cool country.And while we're as full of weirdos, emotionally bizarre lunatics, and sleazes as any other country, we have an abject advantage in the dating pool: everybody automatically thinks dating an Australian is cool.
That originated in Melbourne, among Australian Italian immigrants.