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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
    Lilmiss i cant help but notice you are taking this rather personally. Why are you so defensive? it's a word and It doesnt always mean you are uneducated if that's what your issue is. But when it comes down to it who cares if anyone thinks you're a bogan. Or more to the point just because someones says 'xyz' is bogan doesnt mean they are calling YOU a bogan


    we have holden and ford merchandise we drink too much we swear too much we're not classy we like loud cars and really we're total bogans. we're also both very well educated and make good money. who cares we're still bogans.
    I'm not taking it personally, I guess that's the downside to Internet (in general, not just here), people can only go by the words written, not by body language or tone of voice, iykwim. I just hate everything about the term. I guess a lot of it is how I have been bought up, maybe even a lot of influence from the people we know. To me it is a very very derogatory term.


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    I readily identify as being bogan

    TBH I see it as a term of endearment! Bogan Pride

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    We're a bit bogan but that's all good. I love my commodore.

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    There's a little bit of bogan in every one of us...

    I'm more hippy than bogan, but most of all, I'm just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummy2aandh View Post
    I had never heard the term bogan until I moved to Victoria - growing up in Brisbane the people that fit the "bogan" description were called Bevans!!!
    Same here I had never heard of the term 'bogan' until I moved interstate as I grew up in Brisbane and we said 'bevans'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elleandsam View Post
    We're a bit bogan but that's all good. I love my commodore.
    Yay another fellow bogan prider

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    Same here I had never heard of the term 'bogan' until I moved interstate as I grew up in Brisbane and we said 'bevans'.
    Really? I grew up in Brisbane as well and am familiar with the term 'bogan' but have never ever heard anyone use 'bevan'
    I think it was the Courier mail? but a while back they did an article on the different terminology used between the states and.. apparently bevan was an interstate term. It was either NSW or VIC and QLDers used Bogan. Although in NSW i haven't come across anyone that uses 'bevan' as oppossed to 'bogan'.

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    We always said Bevan growing up too. "bogan" wasn't used til I was about 20!

    Qld too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Really? I grew up in Brisbane as well and am familiar with the term 'bogan' but have never ever heard anyone use 'bevan'
    I think it was the Courier mail? but a while back they did an article on the different terminology used between the states and.. apparently bevan was an interstate term. It was either NSW or VIC and QLDers used Bogan. Although in NSW i haven't come across anyone that uses 'bevan' as oppossed to 'bogan'.
    Maybe you're younger than me, but it was always 'bevan'. I only heard the term 'bogan' a few years ago when we moved interstate. My DH is victorian and I just asked him what they said and he said 'bogan' and had only heard of bevan when he met me. I am now curious to know what other hubbers grew up saying depending on the state they lived in?

    I can feel a spin off thread coming on!

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    We always said Bevan growing up too. "bogan" wasn't used til I was about 20!

    Qld too.
    Wow. Guess different words were used in different areas perhaps?. I remember someone bringing up the work bevan in highschool and we were all like wtf is that?? We all new what a bogan was though.


 

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