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johnsmith

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some of these questions had me in stitches


I've actually been asked a couple of those questions .. the kangaroo one is common, and once when I told a girl I used to know that I was going to Rome, she asked me how long it would take to drive from Wollongong to Rome :headscratcher3:headscratcher3.... admittedly, the person asking wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed, but she was the wife of my employee so I had to humor her
 

mothra

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some of these questions had me in stitches




I've actually been asked a couple of those questions .. the kangaroo one is common, and once when I told a girl I used to know that I was going to Rome, she asked me how long it would take to drive from Wollongong to Rome :headscratcher3:headscratcher3.... admittedly, the person asking wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed, but she was the wife of my employee so I had to humor her


There was an email circulating years ago of questions posed to an Australian Tourism Website and they were answered by someone who probably lost their job but should have been promoted.

I found them. Here they are:

https://travelbloggers.ca/2013/04/2...te-questions-from-visitors-and-answers-funny/
 

SethBullock

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some of these questions had me in stitches

I've actually been asked a couple of those questions .. the kangaroo one is common, and once when I told a girl I used to know that I was going to Rome, she asked me how long it would take to drive from Wollongong to Rome :headscratcher3:headscratcher3.... admittedly, the person asking wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed, but she was the wife of my employee so I had to humor her
I laughed at the question about cutlery.

Plastic knives are allowed. Otherwise, people just pick up their food and tear off pieces with their teeth.

That's what we have teeth for, dammit. No need to have a bunch of people in restaurants armed with *shivers* real knives.
 

johnsmith

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