XD I don't know if we should count that
I got attacked by an Australian a few days ago. He wasn't poisonous as the tales say, but still it was drunk as the legends says.
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damn my pet kangaroo got into the fridge and ate all the food. :/
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I want to live in south Korea for a while but I will totally have a massive panic attack just getting there.
I think its economically good to go to south korea, but its socially a big step back.
I've noticed that a bit but my knowledge comes from unreliable sources (kdramas). It seems like their parents are the dominant forces thru out their lives ( or is that a giant cliche they play up?). Who you can date when you should be married by what's the best career path all decided for you then you aren't allowed to make the choices you wanted till your kids come? That just sucks.
I really couldn't imagine living anywhere in Europe dispite thinking itd be damn fun. I just don't know how I'd cope.
Australia has way too many poisonous animals for me to even step foot on its soil. Like the freaking platypus has poison?! What the hell is that! Why would you give some funny looking creature that just about everyone LOVES poison??? That's just messed!
Yeah but its not like the poisonous animals are just roving around everywhere. It annoys me that people act like Australia is just covered in deadly animals. I lived in the country and even then I would only see the occasional snake, they always slither away unless you provoke them because they're cowardly. I've never even seen a platypus in the wild and dingos only live in some parts of the country. They don't generally prey on humans, even though they're not a domesticated animal they have lived alongside humans for thousands of years, often as companions.