(Can you just imagine that said in a slow country drawl? )
A bit of Monday night fun.
I've been thinking lately of all the different things that happen (or don't happen) in the country, simply because.. well, I can only assume.. that we don't live in the city. Here are some examples off the top of my head- feel free to add your own:
* No online grocery shopping here. Larger country towns do, but apparently anyone in a town with a population smaller than 20,000 just musn't want convenience.
* Foxtel is called Austar. Why? I'll never know. Why they feel the need to differentiate is beyond me.
* Waaaaaay back when McFlurry's were introducued at Maccas, it was for city stores only. Only because they were a great success were they introduced into 'country' areas (anywhere outside of your state's capital city).
* No gold class cinema. I previously lived in a country 'town' will a Village 4 cinema. No gold class... maybe it just wasn't a classy place
There are heaps more... but I won't bore you! I really don't know why there has to be such a line drawn between the two.. but since there is, add your bug-bears here (or maybe even the things you are glad of!)