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29 April 2009 @ 10:27 pm
 
THINGS TO REMEMBER IF YOU WANT TO SURVIVE IN AUSTRALIA

#1 If something bites/stings/claws/stabs or otherwise maims you and you're still alive in 15 minutes, you're going to be fine.
#2 Do not approach large bodies of water - no matter how tempting.
#3 Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it won't eat you.
#4 It's all true.
#5 Carry a large stick.
#6 Don't bother running.
#7 The North East Coast is NOT a holiday destination - it is Survival of the Fittest in action.
#8 Aeroguard won't protect you from mosquitos the size of airliners.
#9 Your house is not a safe zone.
#10 DO NOT CUDDLE THE WILDLIFE

 
 
 
Emmaaltitudeandwine on April 29th, 2009 03:05 pm (UTC)
#1 If something bites/stings/claws/stabs or otherwise maims you and you're still alive in 15 minutes, you're going to be fine.
*eyeroll*
It is not quite making me feel safe.
But then I live in a country where almost nothing bites/stings/claws/stabs of any consequences. Bees is about as bad as it can get :)

#2 Do not approach large bodies of water - no matter how tempting.
Large bodies of water in Oz?
Boasting, are we?
*ducks*

#3 Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it won't eat you.
That totally set my mind to rest.
*glare*

#6 Don't bother running.
Hah. Good. Finally some advice I like and can follow.

#10 DO NOT CUDDLE THE WILDLIFE
How about the natives...?

The governmental tourist information will send you a handsome check tomorrow. Just so you stop scaring of the tourist dollars :)

How come you got these sudden insight?
Are you adventuring in the North East Area?