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greggerypeccary

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Aussie said:
Texan said:
SethBullock said:
Aussie said:
Was down in Brisbane over the week-end visiting Son, DIL and Grand-kids Went to this historic pub for Sunday lunch. Mouthwatering steaks and....of course, not a vegetarian in sight!



No Des Chutes either.
Too bad about the Deschutes, but it still sounds like a good place to eat ... em ... except for grass-eaters.
Seeing the Steak House menu make me want to go to Texas De Brazil. The salad bar is great with great baked potatoes, but once you sit down, you see these Brazilian looking guys in goucho outfits walking by with skewers full of meat. If you see something you like, they will put a few slices on your plate. When you finish that, flag down another guy and he will slice you off another piece of meat. In one meal, I had every delicious meat I could ever think of. They just kept bringing it. It was expensive enough that we'll only be able to go on special occasions about once/year, but well worth it. There are several locations across the US.

https://texasdebrazil.com/menu/meats/

Sorry it's not funny, but I couldn't help myself.
Sounds like great concept! No wonder it costs a small fortune with what must be high labour involvement.
And then there's a "suggested gratuity" of 15% :b
 

SethBullock

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Aussie said:
WARNING>>>>>>MOTHRA........AVERT YOUR EYES!

Always check the dunny paper roll, okay?






So in my time on your site, I have seen that you guys have misconceptions about my country and her people. I am trying to at least present an alternative point of view.

But you have nothing ... and I mean NOTHING ... to dispel my view that if you live in Australia, you must neither ...

go near or in the water,
take a walk outside, except perhaps on a paved sidewalk in full daylight,
or carelessly feel safe in your house.

If you do any of these things, you shall be eaten alive, or bitten and envenomated, at peril of death. Even your freakin' birds attack!

Normal, every day hazard in Australia ...
 

johnsmith

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Staff member
SethBullock said:
So in my time on your site, I have seen that you guys have misconceptions about my country and her people. I am trying to at least present an alternative point of view.

But you have nothing ... and I mean NOTHING ... to dispel my view that if you live in Australia, you must neither ...

go near or in the water,
take a walk outside, except perhaps on a paved sidewalk in full daylight,
or carelessly feel safe in your house.

If you do any of these things, you shall be eaten alive, or bitten and envenomated, at peril of death. Even your freakin' birds attack!

Normal, every day hazard in Australia ...
It's the wildlife that has to worry Seth, not us. :bgrin
 

SethBullock

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Staff member
Do you ever wake up, kiss the person sleeping next to you, and feel glad that you're alive? :smitten

I did, and apparently I will not be allowed on this airline again.
 

sherri

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SethBullock said:
So in my time on your site, I have seen that you guys have misconceptions about my country and her people. I am trying to at least present an alternative point of view.

But you have nothing ... and I mean NOTHING ... to dispel my view that if you live in Australia, you must neither ...

go near or in the water,
take a walk outside, except perhaps on a paved sidewalk in full daylight,
or carelessly feel safe in your house.

If you do any of these things, you shall be eaten alive, or bitten and envenomated, at peril of death. Even your freakin' birds attack!

Normal, every day hazard in Australia ...
You have been gravely misled.
Big snake in the toilet? As if. You are more likely to strike a cane toad.
That's why it is important to put the toilet seat down.
Friends of ours up north play it doubly safe with a brick on top of the seat.
It stops the cane toads pushing up the lid and escaping into the house.

If it is snakes you're after, you're more likely to find them here:
https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/woman-gets-the-fright-of-her-life-after-discovering-an-almost-two-metre-long-massive-carpet-python-curled-up-in-her-washing-machine/ar-BBQhhQc?ocid=spartanntp

But all that is for folks up north. For those of us in civilised places like *Victoria*, no drama.
You'd like it here, Seth. If you visit, just remember-head south.
 

Aussie1

Administrator
sherri said:
SethBullock said:
So in my time on your site, I have seen that you guys have misconceptions about my country and her people. I am trying to at least present an alternative point of view.

But you have nothing ... and I mean NOTHING ... to dispel my view that if you live in Australia, you must neither ...

go near or in the water,
take a walk outside, except perhaps on a paved sidewalk in full daylight,
or carelessly feel safe in your house.

If you do any of these things, you shall be eaten alive, or bitten and envenomated, at peril of death. Even your freakin' birds attack!

Normal, every day hazard in Australia ...
You have been gravely misled.
Big snake in the toilet? As if. You are more likely to strike a cane toad.
That's why it is important to put the toilet seat down.
Friends of ours up north play it doubly safe with a brick on top of the seat.
It stops the cane toads pushing up the lid and escaping into the house.

If it is snakes you're after, you're more likely to find them here:
https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/woman-gets-the-fright-of-her-life-after-discovering-an-almost-two-metre-long-massive-carpet-python-curled-up-in-her-washing-machine/ar-BBQhhQc?ocid=spartanntp

But all that is for folks up north. For those of us in civilised places like *Victoria*, no drama.
You'd like it here, Seth. If you visit, just remember-head south.
Cane Toad.....see my avatar..... or below:



They can kill your pets, including dogs with poison on their bodies.
 
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