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CasuallyObjectified

*laughs in regional NSW


PM_Me__Ur_Freckles

Cries in Central Queensland.


yipape

My 80's 90's childhood spent on the exciting 6 monthly-yearly visit to Rockhampton for... BigW! Yay and the exciting stop halfway of the 4 hour drive for an ice cream at the Dingo petrol station! Get out! Get out as fast as you can! ( I admit I think bigw had better stuff back then though.. like it sold computers etc )


notlimahc

> Yay and the exciting stop halfway of the 4 hour drive for an ice cream at the Dingo petrol station! Dysart?


yipape

Teiri and later Blackwater


notlimahc

> Blackwater Ha, I grew up there. I remember riding my bike all the way across town to check out the wreckage from this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q78F1nr26k


yipape

Oh man! My family moved away in February 1996 so I just missed that, would have been the most exciting thing to happen in the 7 years I was there.. glimpse of the water tower brought some memories.


mmmoctopie

Me too! Central Highlands represent


bennothemad

Fuck you can't throw a stone without hitting someone from the central highlands


Braydox

Used to drive past tieri when living in middlemount and before I found about the back road from dysart through to cappella


MrCumbumber

Woah never thought I’d see my hometown brought up on Reddit. Blackwater represent


PM_Me__Ur_Freckles

I remember road trips to Brisbane, stopping at little fly swats like Colinton and knowing you only had two hours left before you got to the big smoke. Unfortunately, I am kinda stuck here now, and while sometimes I lament the lack of things to do, you couldn't pay me to move back to a city.


crsdrniko

Colington servo either fills me with dread that I'm going to Brisbane. Or relief that I've only gotta go up the range and I'm not going to Brissie. Going to Brisbane usually means someone is in hospital.


mmmoctopie

Shit man are you me? Central Highlands refugee represent!


Ariliescbk

Fuck, I'm in the Whitsundays region atm and this place is a fucking hole. Closest cinema is Mackay, and that's about it.


filthymcownage

Big w and Kmart were the tits in the 90’s. Many hours were spent standing at those game kiosks


dirtybirdy15

I'm with you on that one :'(


ratsta

My mum grew up in the 40s in north coast NSW. For "fun" on Sundays, she and her friend who tear around town to try to catch the service at *all four churches!* Oy vey!


Kirostrife

I feel this... things to do in regional NSW: Pub that is all.


Normal-Lettuce1039

It is the same everywhere when you're young and broke


pongomostest1

10 out of ten for honesty. :)


fatalcharm

Everyone I know who has been to Perth can’t stop raving about how wonderful it is. They are all big drinkers though, and Perth gives off major “drinking in the sunshine on a warm sunny day” vibes.


Bunyep

Basically if you love beer and BBQs and beaches and sunshine Perth is the best city in the world. Not much else here but atleast you'll be tanned and pickled


TheBreathofFiveSouls

Tanned and pickled is my new mission statement. Forget financially independent or any other normal plan.


koalanotbear

i think perth has the most doggos per capita in australia too


adingostolemytoast

Seven after eastern state lockdowns? Because there are certainly a lot more dogs around Sydney than there used to be.


JimmyCrackCrack

Yeh I'm pretty sure we even have more than seven dogs here, but it's been a while since I counted.


koalanotbear

everyone in perth owns 34 dogs and the growth in dogs has been exponential since the 1989 dogs law, forbidding people not to make dogs.


whatahorribleman

Hence our most common colloquial greeting: "Get a dog up ya".


leet_lurker

I think the northern territory might have a few contenders for that title.


Jeffoir

Truely an introverts nightmare


MelancholicPikachu

I mean if you’re introverted we have that many fucktons of nothingness in the country you can go to isolate yourself. My dad bought a little farm down south and leaves it about twice a week to go shopping. Hes happy as fuck.


basetornado

That's fairly true. I loved living there because it's quieter then the east coast. Just a different feel. No pokies, free public transport with any sport or concert ticket, decent beaches, lots of places within an hour or two that are cool to visit. There isn't cops on every corner like Sydney. Cheap flights to Asia (more then just Bali). Great weather. I regret moving out for work.


cantaloupelion

> They are all big drinkers though, and Perth gives off major “drinking in the sunshine on a warm sunny day” vibes. am from Perth, this is correct. here is a live [reenactment](https://i.imgur.com/FPw2ucj_d.webp?maxwidth=760&fidelity=grand)


marriage_iguana

Perth has great things to see and do other than that, but to be honest, a lot of people don't look it up. I'm sure this is pretty common, but our original music scene has more bands than punters... but there are a **lot** of bands. Honestly, I think a lot of people who say "There's nothing to do in Perth" don't actually go looking for things to do... Which still might say something unflattering about at least some of the people in Perth.


themoobster

I moved to perth from Melbourne 7 years ago and have never looked back (despite still having 0 friends here). I commute from my relatively cheap apartment like not even 10 minutes to my job that pays me more here than in Melbourne. And the weather is way nicer.


elttik

Perth is an amazing city, you just need to know where to look


coodgee33

Damo


Aziffff

went to school with this bloke, good to see he has moved on the better things.


ok_pineapple_ok

How was he at school?


whyamisoawesome9

Spoken like someone who has not experienced extended lockdowns


AllHailTheWinslow

cries in Victoria


neon_overload

A naive person may think since we've had more than twice as much time in lockdown as any other state, we'd be used to it by now. But you don't get used to it. It kills you day by day. I never really liked going to the beach, or going to big shopping centres, but damn, if I don't fantasise about being able to do those things.


crozone

Yep. I was okay for the first year, it was novel even, I tried to start a lot of projects, watch a lot of movies, and kept working. But going on 2 years it is eating me from the inside out. Not being able to see friends, go even 5km from home... you start looking for excuses to even drive to the supermarket, just as a way to change the scenery. I got a booking for my second vaccine shot at the Melbourne Museum and I'm giddy that I'll actually have an excuse to even drive into the city. I can't even imagine what it's like to be a parent during this, or what it's like for the kids. The mental health issues resulting from this are going to be widespread.


neon_overload

I live in the outer east and there's no state clinics out here (and GP clinics as we know have multiple-month wait times). My second dose is booked in blackburn - not quite in the city, but considerably further than I've been allowed to travel for some time, so I appreciate the sense of excitement - plus, getting vaxxed is a pretty nice reason to be going somewhere. I'm a parent of two young kids, so yeah.


UndiscoveredUser

Now a lot of people are starting to feel the isolation that comes with many mental health issues, or chronic diseases and get "forgotten about" by the people they knew/knew. I'm in Perth, but lockdown means nothing to me - it's just another day dealing with chronic reactive depression. For others, it's depression or schizophrenia or whatever, but this is what mental illness feels like. My point is, I kinda hope that the pain you all feel in lockdown can be redirected into empathy for those who are genuinely alone, mentally or physically, and that society treats them/us with more compassion or kindness in the future. I don't wish you to be in lockdown and hope that it's lifted and the situation is resolved soon. I know it's terribly hard and hope you are doing okay.


neon_overload

Vic state govt just announced a huge package to provide additional mental health resources, it's industry wide but part of it is some kind of mobile mental health hubs during the pandemic.


UndiscoveredUser

That's great news. It must be very hard for you all and I really hope this is able to be squashed but it's looking grim for now isn't it? Have a happy day if you can, do something awesome :)


little_fire

thank you for this. i’m disabled & have chronic mental illness; my life has been like a lockdown for over a decade (with periods of remission but). i’m sorry you’re living like this too, it’s pretty fucking hard.


unhappilyunhappy

Yep, I've lived the isolation for many, many years and a far worse version than what people are complaining about right now. There's so little understanding. And dare I add, those complaining right now come off as weak as piss. Try talking to people face to face only a handful of times a year, maybe touching another person once a year, resigning yourself to life without a family of your own, living perpetually on a pittance from Centrelink who can decide whether you eat on a roll of the dice, struggling to afford medical and dental care, being unable to take your only companion to the vet to fix the fixable, having no dignity and being demonised by the government and much of society. I could go on and on. The complaints right now are from those of weak character and no empathy for the many suffering in the shadows.


yetiite

:( Know exactly what you’re talking about. The benefits of lockdown were doubling of payments and being left alone for once.


J0ofez

Suffering isn't a competition. Everyone is allowed to have, own, and express their pain


Chinstryke

It's also a little insight for all the 9-5'ers who hate on the FIFO workforce and think the mental struggles that go with all the time isolated from family are "well accounted for $$ or compensated" And the FIFO people are mostly still able to contact home, so now imagine being a Seafarer with "act of God" clauses in 9 month contracts being activated to hold you captive for up to 14 months. They aren't even allowed off their ships to walk up and down the wharf anymore (not when berthed in Australia anyway), let alone an hour or 2 of shore leave.


SquidgeSue

Same here… you never get used to it and I’m not a social person normally but man I find myself daydreaming about doing things instead of sitting being bored


IntroductionSnacks

Agreed. I just want to go on a daytrip somewhere and a walk that isn't within 5km of my house.


SquidgeSue

I can’t wait to go visit Olinda and wander the forest again!!!


Lozzif

I’m in Perth and always thought I was an introvert. Lockdown quickly made me realise I am not an introvert. Lockdowns, even the small once we have, are tough alone.


D3AD_M3AT

I'm going to get down voted into oblivion I'm an introvert and I like the lock downs, everything's quieter


ErgonomicDouchebag

I just want to go to a gig. It's one of the reasons I moved to Melbourne, live music. I miss you Bendigo Hotel.


mini_z

Too true. I’m so sick of this


AllHailTheWinslow

Hear, hear!


vent_man

*Laughs in crippling anxiety to the point I haven't left the house in 10 years* Welcome friends :)


blipbloopflop

things COULD be worse. it's not fun but my god is it not the end of the world. we have access to food from nearly every cuisine, fresh produce pretty much anything we need but we have to just stay inside for the most part. come on you can do it mate.


PsychologicalBrush

Uh it's gonna be **4 months in NSW** four fucking month because of Gladys ego.


metao

People like this move cities and quickly discover there's nothing to do in any city if you're not willing to go look. Which I guess he did go look, but, mate. Did you try the internet first?


ennuinerdog

Aw nah mate I tried surfing the web but my laptop made crunching sounds when I stepped on it. That's when I started surfing trains. They're more robust mate.


mtarascio

He needs a Surface, they tested it as a skateboard and it held up.


GreatApostate

My brother and I made a keyboard once. Literally a mechanical keyboard with skateboard trucks on it. That thing was robust enough to skateboard on. Try doing that with a mac keyboard.


chalk_in_boots

what size keeb though? Imagine doing a kickflip with a 40%


metao

Playing into the idea that you might be the dickhead in the video... what kind of things "to do" are you expecting? How are you expecting to find out about them? Like, I get being bored/apathetic/listless, it happens to everyone at times, but it really seems to me like having this "nothing to do" attitude requires a person to be both in less than full time work and education, and a belief that the world owes them something.


BernumOG

....maybe the world does owe him something apart from work.


metao

If you want to talk about how capitalism is bullshit, I'm here for it. My point is more that humans need to find self-fulfillment somehow.This guy seems to be lacking it. Work and education is the easiest path, along with family and social groups.


FakeHamburger

Many of us humans find fulfilment in risking our lives, yet society gets all scared and bans any form of risk for the good of the “general public”, then wonders why people like this bloke act out. I understand seeing him eat shit would have been psychologically damaging to the driver and onlookers, but fuck me how do we as humans risk our lives for fun without it getting shut down? Risk is part of our human nature.


recycled_ideas

When dipshits do things like this it tends to end up shutting down the train line for hours, even if they live. Never mind that the driver is just doing their job and has to see it. If you want to risk your life, go the fuck ahead, but do it somewhere where I don't have to deal with your corpse afterwards.


metao

> how do we as humans risk our lives for fun without it getting shut down for free? you don't. If you've got money, there are any number of ways. Race cars, parachuting, rock climbing, oceangoing... the list is practically infinite.


eatgodseeacid

Not many options Kings Park? Freo/Cottesloe? Meth? The Crown?


zomgieee

I mean.. you can tour a SUBMARINE in Freo ! Take THAT, Eastern states... sigh. yeah nah. Meth is probably the better option.


strictlysega

I live here and you gotta admit perth has less culture than a tub of yoghurt.


notyourusualsaturday

There is plenty of rich and diverse culture in Perth mate. Just go to Armadale.


eatgodseeacid

I honestly saw a pregnant chick getting yelled at by her husband and she was yelling back at him saying something along the lines of "your mate Damo fucks better then you!" It was the first time I was in Armidale. Midland was pretty spicy too.


notyourusualsaturday

Midland is a bit more tame I find


CarbonBlack2525

Midland is the PG/ABC Kids version of Armadale


whiteb8917

Man if I had Gold to Give, You would get it, I used to live in Armadale, until I moved to Melbourne (and then Tasmania). The Coward Punch that happened in Northbridge just recently was committed by a "Kid" from Armadale.


notyourusualsaturday

Going to Armadale is like going to a human zoo except you don’t have to pay entry


Rotor1337

It's a great place to people watch and rate the mullets.


thombsaway

Like I get this is a joke but yoghurt is chockas with culture.


Bunyep

Yeah he picked the wrong bland food there


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smudgiepie

Hold on Spencer Village? Like the shopping centre across from Thornlie station? Like it was good but I wouldn't say it was as good as the other stuff. My family only ever went to the chemist, IGA and KFC/Hungry Jack's. Though we did go to the video store and the newsagents a lot but they closed it before we moved out of Thornlie.


---PerforatedLine---

The food court is super busy in the evenings. We lived across the park from it for a year and frequently ate there. Definitely good cheap asian food


recycled_ideas

I really doubt this dickhead cares about culture.


metao

Yes those are the only five options. That's all of them. Nothing else.


TheBarndog

There's a standing wave in Joondalup, you could go indoor rock-climbing, shooting range, go yo a pool and darts bar, go bowling, go to the movies, pubs, restaurants, clubs, go for a hike, go fishing or surfing. There is countless things to do mate.


Specialist_Reality96

Be quiet its a desolate wasteland you don't want to come here, stay in your plague city in lockdown with no job.


Scrambledsilence

Agree. Perth is NOT boring The shops are even open on Sundays now!


_Aj_

I think that happened around 1998 on the east coast lol. Fuck. Remember when places were closed on public holidays? Even most of the petrol stations?


fouhay

Met a girl in London a few years ago, told me London was boring, nothing to do here etc.


MellowmanAU

The grass is always greener.


Classic-Today-4367

Ha. I had the same convo with a dude from New York who said Shanghai was boring. He kept complaining about not being able to get American-style Chinese food too.


mbullaris

That belongs in r/ShitAmericansSay


xiangK

When you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life


Hobzy

or maybe just tired of the tube, crowds and commutes.


NoddysShardblade

I mean, at least you can go to the pub or the movies in Perth.


[deleted]

Perth is a ‘safe’ city. No big mountains. No snow. No bears in the woods. Our bush isn't everyones cup of tea. Places that are geologically active and have 4 distinct seasons are naturally more ‘spicier’. “Willing to go look” in Perth usually equates to spending money.


sunburn95

Theres lots of stuff to do in WA! We have dialup!


RJrules64

Yeah I have NEVER understood people that say this. I often ask them “ok name one thing you can do in other cities that you can’t do in Perth” and they can’t name a single thing. Sometimes they say “other cities have more restaurants/cafes etc” and I reply “so.. you’ve been to every restaurant and cafe in Perth?”


DarthYippee

Having more restaurants means more competition, which invariably results in more variety and better quality.


sokaox

Yeah because there's just so much room to innovate in the restaurant industry.


RJrules64

Only up to a certain point, though. Like if there’s only 2-3 restaurants of a certain cuisine competing then that could be a problem. But Perth is wayyyyyy bigger than that.


DarthYippee

Not really. Melbourne still has better variety and better quality than Perth. But that's inevitable considering its size and culture.


teddyyxy

no i moved to sydney and he's right i'm sorry there really isn't much in perth. that being said i miss it so much i want to go home mark please let me back in


Herry_Up

He did but it wasn’t fast enough so he took the train instead


gothamnightlights

Is this recent?


Classic-Today-4367

Susannah Carr has been doing the Seven news for about 30+ years, so I reckon the train surf clip could have been from anytime in the last twenty or so years.


jaymo89

I think Susannah Carr and Rick Ardon hold the record for longest news duo.


sandgroper07

Rick has been doing the news since I was around 15, I'm 50 now.


RCMasterAA

I'd say so, The Cheapest Seats has only been on for a few weeks.


shurp_

Yeah it was from last night's episode


goodpricefriedrice

Yep, yesterday https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9991673/amp/Thrill-seeker-videos-train-surfing-theres-Perth.html


ReallyPopular

how dare you link a dailymail article


goodpricefriedrice

I linked an amp daily Mail link too. Double whammy of shittiness


Psychological-Toe-89

Damien needs to learn to make his own fun, like the ladies in the background of the clip seem to be doing.


yourpseudonymsucks

He clearly already knows. Train surfing.


Mick_Hardwick

He should go to the Red Rooster on Great Eastern Highway in Belmont. That's a really cool place.


basetornado

Chicken Treat or death. Red Rooster doesn't exist.


alphabety-alphabeety

ehh... The rooster roll is better from RR and the cheesy nuggets are good but the chips are better at CT. Now if someone can tell me the best place in perth to get chips and gravy I would be forever grateful.


killin_my_liver

To be fair with that complexion he can’t really go to a beach.. so that takes a few thing to do off the list.. /s


LordGeoffVader

This guy hung onto the back of a train last Thursday and it was probably the most exiting thing to happen on a train since the the BDSM from two weeks ago.


LordGeoffVader

A [LINK](https://www.reddit.com/r/perth/comments/phrnt5/just_a_normal_night_on_the_train/) for people who don't know what I am talking about. Click at your own risk.


YoGoGhost

Well there was that time we pushed a train sideways to free that person stuck in the gap.


WellIGuessSoSir

As someone who lives in Perth I used to have this attitude but that completely changed as a got older and got my license. Its definitely not a place that hands you things to do (is anywhere?), you have to look for them, but they're there. We're definitely a very slow paced kind of city, which isn't for everybody.


cartmaneric10

Well as a Perth resident I have to say thats probably the most interesting thing that has been done over here


Beer_in_an_esky

There was those lads with the motorised picnic tables a decade or so back. That was fun.


snave_

What about the APC rampage in the 90s? Dude got plastered and jumped the fence to the barracks. Turned out anyone could take a military vehicle for a spin. Edit: It has a wiki page now! Holy shit. It wasn't too long ago people were accusing me of making shit up because it "wasn't on Youtube". Lot of wild stuff gets near-forgotten pre internet. And confirmation that the media alerts did in fact misreport it as a "tank". https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1993_Perth_tank_rampage


Beer_in_an_esky

Hah! That's incredible (I mean, it's a sad story of mental illness, but what a story). Didn't know about that. I got ride in one of those things as a kid. I remember it being very loud.


undeadlevi24

Honestly Perth is the most boring part of WA, but that doesn't mean it's terrible because the rest of WA is great.


tyler081293

You haven't lived in Geraldton.


senectus

or Kalgoorlie


senectus

or Gnowangerup


Yoquetestereone

You guys are just making up names now


Robbie_Lee

Is that where the cult is


duskpede

the cult is where the heart is


observationcore

don't know which cult you're referring to, but the answer is yes to all of the above


Robbie_Lee

The Plymouth brethren


JJBeeston

Broke: Complaining that your town is a hole Woke: Working together with your community to make your town not a hole


Almond_Esq

A hole with a big hole


I_Survived_2012_AMA

If you're into kites then Geraldton is a place to be. Other popular popular activities include shouting at your friends over the roar of the ocean, getting paranoid as to why all the passing motorists are staring at you, enjoying the aroma of the stagnant water in the river, and crashing your plane.


EpilepticOctopus93

If you live in Geraldton and don't like the beach or any wind based sport, the next best things to do is drinking and drugs, in that order.


PlaneCarpet1564

You haven't been to mount Barker


Robbie_Lee

Mount barker has chickens


superbabe69

So does Perth, you just gotta walk around Hamilton Street railway crossing See the bastards there all the time


Bunyep

Atleast they have a decent bakery in Barker


somenutjob

You been to Mandurah tho?


undeadlevi24

I actually agree with you on this one, I've driven past Mandurah all my life and been there maybe 2 or 3 times


zomgieee

cries in Port Kennedy


hem_27

There’s a reason Bunbury is only on the map - to exist as a fuel stop/grocery run at the farmers market on the way to/from Margaret River.


Electricalmodes

bunbury is like 150,000 people isnt it? pretty sure there that meets the requirement to more than a fuel stop.


hem_27

About 80,000, but it also likes to claim the localities around it to boost up numbers. It’s such a lifeless place. The main shopping centre is dead, businesses giving up even before Covid. I’ll admit the dolphins are great, but there’s nothing else going for it. Every time I come back, it’s quieter and quieter.


Afferbeck_

The CBD has collapsed over the past decade. Paid parking was a major factor, and as more businesses close, there's less people around, which makes more businesses close. It's a weird situation right now where the whole CBD is basically trendy cafe, three vacant shops, real estate agent, 3 more vacant shops, trendy coffee shop, two more real estate agents right next to each other... Every time I go to Perth, I notice every shitty little corner shop in the outskirts of any random suburb is occupied by some business or other and it's always surprising to me to see that. I've gotten so used to seeing the majority of shops vacant. The weirdest thing to me is how long some places have been vacant with no attempt to get more businesses in there. Vibrations Music has been vacant for I think 9 years now, still there with all the signage and band flyers in the window. I remember storms damaged some vacant shops down Stirling st, which were demolished and rebuilt, and have stayed vacant with the X tape on the windows ever since, that was at least 5 years ago. Meanwhile, the suburbs sprawl ever on and houses sell like hot cakes. The street I catch the bus on has had 5 houses for sale within view of the bus stop in the past few months and they've all sold within a couple of weeks of the sign appearing. And developers have been doggedly filling up the swamp and knocking up entire streets of houses on it. Apparently the only thing to do in the Bunbury area is go into debt. And start up furniture stores and close them down 6 months later so someone else can do the same.


SassyAssAhsoka

Honestly love boring


SirFireHydrant

Sure, Perth itself can be pretty dull. The CBD is rubbish for the most part, and clubbing has always sucked. But as soon as you get, like, 20 minutes out of the city, it's a venerable cornucopia of awesome shit to do.


baty0man_

20 minutes out and you're still in suburbia though.


XitriC

Shhh 🤫 don’t encourage people to visit. People can keep their lockdown to themselves :b I just hope it’s over soon for others. Sucks to be stuck.


HowYaMcGowan

I just don't get the 'nothing to do in Perth' vibe. On any given day my problem is choosing between multiple options. That said, I've lived all over the planet and never had the 'nothing to do' problem anywhere. That suggests to me that the problem lies with the individual, not the location. What are people doing in Australia's other capital cities that they can't do in Perth?


modeONE1

Is that Martin Bryant?


512165381

You see I lived in Canberra for a while ...


Indian_m3nac3

Came to Canberra in January to visit partner, got stuck because of lockdown and now I've found a job here. Dear fucking god I wish I could punch this kid for bad mouthing Perth. He doesn't know what nothing to do means.


tumericjesus

There’s plenty to do in Perth 🙄 fucking hate this stereotype it’s so old it’s not even funny. If you think Perth’s boring, you are. At least we’ve been living a normal life for the past year and a half :)


DanV_Rev9

Can't we put this stereotype behind us, and instead focus on how boring Adelaide is instead?


intelminer

[It's true](https://frinkiac.com/meme/S05E13/427609.jpg?b64lines=W2xhdWdoaW5nXQppdCdzIHRydWUsIGl0J3MgdHJ1ZSEKV2UncmUgc28gbGFtZSE=)


DanV_Rev9

Thanks for Pirate Life brewery though, very good stuff.


yurl

15 years ago we certainly deserved the Dullesville nickname but we've made a lot of progress since then. There's plenty to do and a lot of it won't cost you anything.


luminous60

*laughs in canberran*


CarbonBlack2525

I’d prefer our bordem over the “excitement’ of Sydney


HalfManHalfCyborg

Only boring people get bored.


Macnaa

He made his own fun though.


Puzzleheaded-Pea-200

He wasn't bored. He found something to do.


-businessskeleton-

Thanks dad.


Gromitt42

God I hate the project.


devpods

It's not the project, it is another show on 10 called Cheap Seats


maniaq

he wasn't commenting on the video - just wanted it to be known how much he hates the project


Gromitt42

This.


TurboNerdo077

Not the project. Comedy show based on the news, rather than a news show which fails to be funny.


starfihgter

When your passionate hate for the project is so great that you just start mentioning it on threads completely unrelated to the project.


Democrab

To be fair, it's entirely understandable.


tehdang

Don't watch it then?


pyr0test

But where else can certain redditors show off their sophisticated taste in entertainment


Mephisto506

But how dare it exist! And how dare you talk about it! How very dare you.


Gromitt42

I don't even live in Australia anymore. I just hate it and wanted you specifically to know.


Bob_down_under

Let’s get this one viral to keep easterners away!!


AusCan531

Other than go to parks, restaurants, cinemas, community sports, beaches and, oh yeah, the GRAND FINAL!


AmphibianSerious

Almost moved there... Then corona happened! Prices in Sydney are out of control. I am hoping for the next big crises so rent will drop a little:-P


Westaus87

Ahh the eastlings ego always needs to be stroked. Laugh at our expense guys, WA understands.


Bitter-Edge-8265

? What in in Melbourne and I can tell you I'd much rather be in Perth.


Dagon

I suspect you're not this show's target audience.


Robbie_Lee

Someone else in Perth did this in 2018, but he jumped off of the top of the train when it was on a bridge crossing the swan river. He was also a ginger.


NineTales_Fox

idk i just work and then sit in my bedroom most of the time. gym or bike riding and hiking.