This is why I’ll never go to Australia.
Photo courtesy of David Corwin.
I’m confused. It looks more like a t-shirt than a hat.
So it’s a Western Australia tooth there escaping from.
There was probably some THC involved in the making of this shirt.
Is there a molar to this story?
Getting out of an Australian hat is easy. No need to wear your teeth.
It’s time to see the dentist at tooth-hurty.
Mr. Marum, please pick up the yellow courtesy shirt!
Not to worry.
It’s just another Nip drowning at surfer’s Paradise beach.
They were interviewing the then mayor of the Gold Coast, about the number of Japanese tourists who drown on the Gold Coast beaches, and asking should the council erect more warning signs in Japanese.
Typical of all politicians, he put his mouth in gear before his brain, and replied: “Oh. There were seven Japanese tourists drowned on our beaches last year. But that’s nothing to worry about.”
My first thought was; I’ll bet it was of immediate concern to them, as they went down for the third time.
Like I always say: If you are lucky enough to be entertaining an Asian lady, and she starts speaking in incoherent, half-finished, unrelated sentences. You’re probably getting it just right.
Proceed as you were previously. Just hope you are somewhere reasonably soundproof. At the next stage, mine used to start squealing, and bouncing around. Have fun!
Not everybody wears hats down under. Some of us wear them on our heads.
Maybe a they are referring to a pair a teeth wines. Such as; Sherry; Prosecco, Champagne, Cava,
@DnT 4:21: I think it was quite a bit more than merely ‘some’ THC.
@Marum 1852: Those wines made by indentured labour.
Australia – Where the wildlife gets to you before you can finish a sentence.