We are the luckiest country in the world, not to mention the best, except for a few idiots in Canberra trying to screw us over. I wouldn't want to raise my children anywhere else. We have so much opportunity, freedom and diversity. To make a statement like that is nothing short of unaustralian. You must of forgot where we originally came from...yup, most of us were the British rejects/convicts, and look at us now, hey? They got nothing on us...cant even beat us at sport. I hope we never get "britianized" or whatever you call it, cause our ancestors created this culture, fought for our freedom and built all the foundations that we stand for today, and theres no way in hell I wanna be like anyone else other then a true AUSTRALIAN....Proud, independent and a bloody "bogan" mate !!!
Let me just clarify that I called noone an animal, though I would thank you to calm down and stop acting similar to one.
People often say that we are the luckiest country in the world, but I never see their reasoning behind it. We are drought-stricken and have bushfires every. single. summer. You don't get a lot unluckier than that. And don't get me started on the culture... well I think you know my position on that anyway.
And once again with the flattery... "Unaustralian" is what I shoot for
And Britain have plenty 'on us'. They have rain, for one thing. A mature, classy culture (in most parts) and THE QUEEN (I know most British people tell me they hate her, but I think she's cool). And excuse me if I don't measure a country's success on their ability to play sport. Sport in itself is nothing short of brutish and unintelligent at its core. But I won't start that argument here, that would be TOO far off the topic.
Oh its our ancestors that are to blame for this culture? I won't hold it against them though, because they are the reason for the one good thing about this country: freedom.
I won't even dignify your closing comments with a comment of my own, except don't call me mate.
Now, I think we should go back to talking about Travis before the argument gets too personal.