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    Quote Originally Posted by meatpopsicle View Post
    Sometimes I say "Christ!" as an exclamation of disbelief or amazement and it comes out sounding like "Chroist!"

    My inlaws' winnebago was parked on my front lawn all last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Oh, thought of another 2.

    DP always says 'cheers cob'.
    We have a block mounted Ned Kelly poster in our home.
    Yep, Ned Kelly memorabilia here. Mounted, framed and glass fronted. Also a replica Ned Kelly firearm.

    My husband calls everyone Matey. Cheers Matey!

    And theres always a box of deluxe mac and cheese in the pantry...which has downlights in it...

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    Default How have you been a bogan lately?

    I must be so bogan I thought of more.

    Both my kids and DH normally have shaved heads.
    Ds1 has trax in his hair ATM
    For 12 months when we were doing renos our windows were boarded up
    All our reno supplies came from bunnings
    DH races bikes and has also done drifting
    I have fake boobs
    For about 6 years of my life I had acrylic nails

    Oh and this is pearla - we have a bit of property so on occasion have done doughnuts in our own backyard!
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    Caught myself saying "For cryin' out LOUUUD" before in an especially boganesque manner.

    Disappoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loumia View Post
    I was unaware Ed Hardy was bogan .. my DD regularly wears Ed Hardy & so do i, if Ed Hardy is bogan then i am proud to be a bogan
    AGES ago I was at a club that specifically said 'No Ed Hardy clothing' LOL...

    I just realised, I may have previously taken the bogan dinner award...

    We use to have a coffee table that we would rest our feet on, while watching tv and eating dinner off our STABLE TABLES!!

    We had a selection of Jelly bean design or the sort that had a spot for your drink and remote lol...

    Totally un boagn now I have side tables LOL..

    Though, I do use the terms 'yeah, no, but' and 'old mate' almost daily lol..
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    Default How have you been a bogan lately?

    Oh I have fake boobs too. Also used Bunnings for Reno supplies.

    When I'm Angry at my dh I call him mate.

    I swear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyLoaf View Post
    Oh I have fake boobs too. Also used Bunnings for Reno supplies.

    When I'm Angry at my dh I call him mate.

    I swear.
    You bogan biatch

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    I used 'but' to finish a sentence today. It was awful.

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    I don't have a coffee table, but I want one.

    Does that mean I'm an aspiring bogan?

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    I have fifty downlights in my house.
    My husband wears flannies in the Winter, at home, not at work.
    I say Noice.
    I have hot pink uggies.
    I live in trackie daks, esp for the school run.

    My doctor's receptionist asked me "Are you Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander?"
    I wanted to say "Nup, bogan".


 

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