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Old Jul 15th 2005, 1:17 am
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Home because of my family.
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Old Jul 15th 2005, 2:56 am
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Roots.

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Cold

Well, usually - I've heard it's quite warm there at the mo.

Am I the first to use the same word in both threads?
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Mrs Logan says 'wet'
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Old Jul 15th 2005, 5:40 am
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Oh, Mrs JTL beat me to it! In that case, I'll go for ...

Connected

In lots of ways - the ties that bind an' that. (Although, pride was a close second choice.)

Some song about a yellow taxi springs to mind.

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Roots.

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Old Jul 15th 2005, 6:06 am
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Couldnt decide between

'Homeland'

and

'Abused'

I love it because it will always be home, but feel sad because of how much it has changed since I was a kid.

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Old Jul 15th 2005, 6:12 am
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Oh, Mrs JTL beat me to it! In that case, I'll go for ...

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Some song about a yellow taxi springs to mind.
Sorry, when JTL said Roots I thought he was being smutty

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Old Jul 15th 2005, 6:13 am
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Originally Posted by <")))><
Blatantly copying the theme of Soapy's thread:

Oz in a word

How about UK in a word (as a comparison) ?

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Old Jul 15th 2005, 6:31 am
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Hectic

It's all about what you have, what the latest thing is and dashing around to get it.

However I also feel very sentimental about the UK and I would also call it cosy... like a comfy old jumper.

Another negative - status. I'm thinking of snotty posh people who control the status quo and think they are better than the rest of the country. I'm not saying there aren't any in Aus but there are a great deal less.
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Old Jul 15th 2005, 7:21 am
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FINISHED

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