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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    What have strider been replaced by? Or are they still bogan?
    *whispers* I think the thermomix should be added but I don't think everyone will agree

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    I walked the kids to Kinder today, decked out in Collingwood Magpie attire for Footy Day there.
    I think that instantly qualifies me to boganage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    So many people seem to own them that they are the "in" thing to have at the moment. Like down lights, striders and coffee tables once were.

    Eta: but then again some things that people say are bogan don't make sense either
    When I think bogan I think mullets/flanelette shirts, $3 pluggers, xxxx beer, youneeque name spellings for their kids, orange tans and really ugly false nails etc....I don't think down lights, prams, coffee tables and thermomixes are bogan, are they? If they are the definition of bogan must have changed over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    What have strider been replaced by? Or are they still bogan?
    Leggings as pants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    When I think bogan I think mullets/flanelette shirts, $3 pluggers, xxxx beer, youneeque name spellings for their kids, orange tans and really ugly false nails etc....I don't think down lights, prams, coffee tables and thermomixes are bogan, are they? If they are the definition of bogan must have changed over the years.
    They are on bubhub

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    They are on bubhub
    Oh okay. I haven't read the entire thread...too many pages. So bubhub definition of bogan is different to real world definition of bogan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    For those who are wondering why coffee tables and downlights are bogan.....its a BH mystery. Someone said in a thread aaaaaaaaaaaages ago that those things are bogan and it spiraled out of control and is now a bit of a BH joke....like that friggin horse carrot thing that just wont die.
    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    When I think bogan I think mullets/flanelette shirts, $3 pluggers, xxxx beer, youneeque name spellings for their kids, orange tans and really ugly false nails etc....I don't think down lights, prams, coffee tables and thermomixes are bogan, are they? If they are the definition of bogan must have changed over the years.
    The top quote is to answer the bottom quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    Oh okay. I haven't read the entire thread...too many pages. So bubhub definition of bogan is different to real world definition of bogan.
    Yup

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    I seem to be racking them up...
    Coffee tables... multiples...
    Downlights
    Had a strider
    And by the latest addition-im getting a thermomix

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    I still don't have a coffee table, and I now live in the country, not Melb west, but I'm staying at my mil's house tonight and this picture says it all ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1411720162.473704.jpg

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