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    *slaps Sharoo with a frozen mullet*

    *then slaps Kikki with frozen mullet*

    Pei is safe as she at least keeps hers out of the poor publics sight.


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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA LOVE THE PIC!!!!!

    I would just liek to lay claim that although i DRIVE a holden car, i think i fit the soccer mum stance more then the bogan.. Im a toyota girl at heart (which for the record is what OH is driving and it eats me up inside LOL)

    i do however currently have a HSV mink blanket on my bed/floor (OH's, but i am sorta kinda letting chloe lay/chew/destroy it mwhaahah)

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    *squeak squeak* DA is trying to close the door in silence...

    *bash splinter* Stuff the silence, DA is pissbolting out the door as fast as she can

    LMFAO@ all the boguns!!!

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    Kikki I LOVE your signature!!!!!!!!
    Only a twinkle in his daddys eye ♥♡
    (IM)patiently waiting for my long awaited newfie pup ♥♡

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    Back in the early 80s, each city of Australia had their own name for "Bogan". "Bogan" was originally a South Australian term for the people who lived around the industrial suburbs near woodville and Port Adelaide and later Elizabeth - though they were Pommie Bastards more than Bogans (think Cold Chisel). The Angels (band) were beloved of Adelaide Bogans.

    Their coat was typified by the mullet haircut, flanney shirts, and tight black jeans and desert boots (who has desert boots anymore) or knee high ugg boots. Their idea of a fun night out was to get a lot of beer, go back to Bazza's place and get smashed.

    In Sydney this tribe was known as "Westies" as they were typically from the Western suburbs like Blacktown. At the time - there were no suburbs further west in Sydney. There are definitely strong remnants of Bogan culture around Blacktown and Toongabbie and Seven Hills now. Even earlier in Sydney's history - think early 60's - the Bogans lived around Balmoral - hence the football club being a bogan one (along with the bunnies). I don't know what the tribe was called by Sydney people then.

    Bogans were also known as "Booners" as some kind of opposite to "silver spooner" in some places - Cant remember if that one was from Hobart or Canberra. And I can't remember what the Melbourne term was for them. But Geelong was full of them. And Fitzroy and St Kilda. Times have changed for some of those once working class burbs. I think the Bogans live in Werribee now. Which clashes with the Equestrian set that also like Werribee. But they put a sewerage farm out there and it was all down hill after that.

    I don't know what they get called in Perth - apart from Joondalup no-hopers. Darwin is a bogan town. Even the toffs are bogans there. And I don't know how Brisbane divides up except I think the current bogan set is as far out of town as Caloundra - which used to be a nice hippy village - something went horribly wrong.

    Bogans are well known for providing their own entertainment industry. The Australian pub band circuit and V8 super car circuit would be dead without them.

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    "(who has desert boots anymore) or knee high ugg boots."


    Ummm, me. hahahahahha.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    "(who has desert boots anymore) or knee high ugg boots."


    Ummm, me. hahahahahha.
    Um, me too! Ugg boots I mean. Couldn't live without them, think it's a throw back to living with the sheep in NZ. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Um, me too! Ugg boots I mean. Couldn't live without them, think it's a throw back to living with the sheep in NZ. Lol.

    lmao @ DA & NZ sheep

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    DA - I thought Sheep went together with gum boots...

    I've got a pair of ugg boots but they're not knee high and I don't wear them in public places. I've got some friends who do.

    Frosty keeps "fetching" my ugg boots for me. She fetches one boot, and then maybe a few hours later, the other. If I don't notice and properly appreciate the gesture, she starts eating the ugg boot. She really needs her own pair I think.

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