I really enjoy reading about your sexual history. In the last one you wrote about your girlfriend, and i really want to hear that story next!!!
Ps. Your a Legend, even if i don't know you i hope my sex life will be as awesome as yours :)
thankyou! i will strike you a deal, send me a non-anon message telling me who you are and i will write the story of the girlfriend next. (and it involves eating her out at a gig so its kinda worth it).
Have you ever been in love? Or at least thought you were.
Definitely. I fall in love every day. Even for just a few seconds, passing someone at the bus stop, I fall, then think about them all day even thought I only saw them for 10 seconds and will never see them again.
But I have also had big big love. I got married once when I was waay too young (it was kinda awesome). That was a pretty big love.
I was with my most recent boyfriend for 4 years. Thats big love.
The ignorance of some people is so funny. Do you ride a kangaroo to work? Because in Melbourne, we ride emus... ;)
ahaaaa i know right? i have *actually* been asked that (the kangaroo), but ive decided that its usually the fault of australians fucking with americans in the first place. ”yeah, i was late for my first day of work once because i couldnt find the kangaroo”. i can totally see it.
Cant wait to get back to melbs for some serious emu riding soon though!
I was going to answer this with a link to a google search of this question, but then I decided to not be a jerk and I was totally shocked to discover that we do infact have a couple of types of squirrels here in aus! I was really surprised because I have never seen one in the nature (here, I have overseas of course), but I have seen a couple of cute little furry guys at the zoo.
we have a thing called a squirrel glider, which is in the possum family, along with the pretty damn cute sugar glider. These guys are australian natives.
However there have been a couple of introduced species of squirrel to australia, the grey, which is common in the northern hemisphere is now believed to be extinct here, and the indian palm squirrel which is now a pest in the state of western australia.
Australia is probably one of the most amazing countries for native animals (in my opinion), our marsupials are totally unique and usually adorables.
But we also have 22 of the 25 most poisonous creatures in the world residing here, which I love to tell americans to freak them out. But rest assured, you could go your whole life without seeing a single one.
Finally our possums are really sweet and cute too, not like those american freaks.
most dangerous are drop bears, but thats a whole other thing.
thanks for taking me for a trip down australian nature memory lane.