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    skiping meals and eating less will loose you some weight in the short run and yes it will show up as a dramatic weight loss on the scales......however, you cant physically keep that lifestyle up so you're gonna put it all back on when you start eating "normal/healthy" again and wonder what you're doing wrong.
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    Your body actually goes into starvation mode overnight, also when you are skipping meals. So when you do finally eat a meal, even if it's healthy, your body will store every mouthfull instead of using it productivly for energy. I thought this was common sense, some people just dont get it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Greenhorn, in indooroopilly, near shopping centre.
    I didn't think that roundabout was dangerous, just confusing - I have ended up heading the wrong way after going through it at times.

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    Also, if there is a little triangle/arrow next to your fuel gauge, it is actually a little arrow pointing to which side of the car your tank is on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    That when you're going straight ahead on a roundabout, you do NOT indicate "Right"! It is in the road rules... But one trip down the road quickly shows me that lots of people don't know their rules!
    I didn't in my ps test and they never cared lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by backgroundnoise View Post
    I didn't in my ps test and they never cared lol
    I didn't stop at a stop sign and they didn't care

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    This one kills me! I know it's pronounced Moette, but I know that most people DON'T know that. So if I say 'Moette' then I think that other people will think I'm stupid, and if I say "Moay" then I die a little as I know I'm saying it wrong. So now I try not to say it at all.

    "Yes, I'd love another glass!"
    "What are you drinking?"
    "Erm... Oh, I'll get it!"

    Luckily I prefer other champagnes...
    Omg I am exactly the same. I know it's mo-ette but I cringe and say mo-ee as I know people will think I'm the one who doesn't know. Or like you, try not to say it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    I didn't think that roundabout was dangerous, just confusing - I have ended up heading the wrong way after going through it at times.
    I always it found super scary/dangerous (unless it was 6am and completely empty) mainly because people never indicated properly on it, and it was quite stop/start and some lanes would get backed up quickly on the roundabout depending on the traffic on Moggil Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    When going straight I always indicated left whilst exiting. It was actually on a news program not that long ago, I thought it was common knowledge.
    Is it a state by state thing? I'm in NSW.
    It is a common knowledge thing but officials don't actually care and on some of our roundabouts it can make it more confusing lol. I'm in nsw too

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunawayPrincess View Post
    I didn't stop at a stop sign and they didn't care
    Really? My brother got failed for stopping a tiny bit behind a stop sign (less than a metre behind it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by backgroundnoise View Post
    Really? My brother got failed for stopping a tiny bit behind a stop sign (less than a metre behind it)
    Yep, I think the guy felt bad that I'd travelled so far to take the test (about 2 hours). It's meant to be an automatic fail but he told me he will pretend he didn't see that. I did stop, but more to check for oncoming traffic, so I didn't stop for long enough.


 

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