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    Quote Originally Posted by ktfierce View Post
    I have a coffee table and down lights. And I was born this way.
    ahh yes, I forgot the down lights!

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    Huh, you mean the plank of wood propped up on 2 vb cartons isn't a coffee table...
    Nup, you got your matching down lights? :P

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    DP chooses to be a bogan when he decides not to wear shoes out to the shops, and i'm talking shopping centre, not corner store

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    Quote Originally Posted by MothersInstinct View Post
    DP chooses to be a bogan when he decides not to wear shoes out to the shops, and i'm talking shopping centre, not corner store
    They don't call it the Bogandome for nothin'

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    Its a choice for me. Like some days I take pride in my appearance and Ill dress nicely..But 90% of the time Im in a singlet and shorts and maybe thongs depending on how lazy Im feeling with my hair just thrown up into some messy bun thing..no make up no nothing. Im not particularly phased by what others think of me My DP chooses to be bogan when he wears his pjs and slippers to go do food shopping

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    I think we all have our slip-up true bogan moments.

    But the more common Bogan {scientific name: Thatsafullysik CommodoreSSBrogan} is genetic, I believe.

    We've all seen them, beautiful and untamed in their wild, natural habitat: the TAB.
    Their bleached, straw like locks blowing in the breeze, as they gallop magnificently across to the servo for one last pack a fags.

    And their mating cry, how beautiful it sounds after the fireworks in the school parking lot on Christmas day.
    The singlet wearing, tribal tattooed men bellowing "I love ya tramp stamp", and then the reply of "didja bring a slab along" from the females; in their fake tanned, white lipsticked glory.

    And such a heart warming occasion when they gather in a family group; each couple brings their 5+ WWF-t-shirt wearing children along, all of them with the same name: "Put that down! Put it down or I'll f***n kick ya into next week ya lil s***"

    Ahhh the beauty of the untamed Bogan

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    My big **** plasma is telling me I was born this way. The extra y in my middle name, just cemented my path.

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    No...! That's a true symptom of being a bogan, you don't actually realise it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToughLove View Post
    I think we all have our slip-up true bogan moments.

    But the more common Bogan {scientific name: Thatsafullysik CommodoreSSBrogan} is genetic, I believe.

    We've all seen them, beautiful and untamed in their wild, natural habitat: the TAB.
    Their bleached, straw like locks blowing in the breeze, as they gallop magnificently across to the servo for one last pack a fags.

    And their mating cry, how beautiful it sounds after the fireworks in the school parking lot on Christmas day.
    The singlet wearing, tribal tattooed men bellowing "I love ya tramp stamp", and then the reply of "didja bring a slab along" from the females; in their fake tanned, white lipsticked glory.

    And such a heart warming occasion when they gather in a family group; each couple brings their 5+ WWF-t-shirt wearing children along, all of them with the same name: "Put that down! Put it down or I'll f***n kick ya into next week ya lil s***"

    Ahhh the beauty of the untamed Bogan


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