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    I've been thinking about eating kangaroo meat every since I saw it was available in several stores here... Just a bit expensive though. Any dish you Aussies recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndclasscitizen
    and they stink like all hell when you're on a bike.
    How does that work? The smell gets stuck in your helmet?

    Those roo's though must have a habit of jumping into things. My brother was riding down to Phillip Island a few years ago, and was just past Canberra when he saw a roo standing near the road ahead. It was that damn cold, his hands were close to frozen, and sure enough the roo actually jumps into the side of his bike as he's riding past. Luckily enough, he somehow managed to keep it steady going down the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fpv_gtho
    How does that work? The smell gets stuck in your helmet?
    A little, but you can just smell them as you ride past. It's especially bad as there's a half decomposed wallaby on Parkes Way, which sucks during peak hour, gotta hold my breath for like 30 secs as I creep past in traffic
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    I'm wondering, but do Australians also eat koalas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering
    I'm wondering, but do Australians also eat koalas?
    Depends on how they're seasoned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering
    I'm wondering, but do Australians also eat koalas?
    No, because they're explosive
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    It would probably make one hell of a sandwich.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500
    That's a limousine???
    Saloons in Germany are called limousines.
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    Still wondering why our officials didnt choose to support our Dutch economy and bought a Spijker/Craver/Donkervoort

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakkie
    Still wondering why our officials didnt choose to support our Dutch economy and bought a Spijker/Craver/Donkervoort
    because obviously the dutch don't build their cars as strong as their houses.
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    Perhaps he was just trying to avoid poor Dutch product?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drakkie
    Still wondering why our officials didnt choose to support our Dutch economy and bought a Spijker/Craver/Donkervoort
    I'd suggest a Canta. Or an Onderstal.
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    Wellk the DAF limousine heritage is strong
    http://www.dafclub.de/html/daf750.html

    Having seen the various roo damage, I'd go one of these .....
    jump on teh roos instead of running over them
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    Quote Originally Posted by go.pawel
    I'd suggest a Canta


    I saw one of those while in the Netherlands! So that's what they're called eh? Going for a trot in the Canta

    I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw it tootling by, so narrow that the passenger's shoulder was behind the drivers! Not enough room for two abreast. It was a red one too, just like that. At first glance I thought I was seeing a mobile English phone booth

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    Quote Originally Posted by nota

    I saw one of those while in the Netherlands! So that's what they're called eh? Going for a trot in the Canta

    I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw it tootling by, so narrow that the passenger's shoulder was behind the drivers! Not enough room for two abreast. It was a red one too, just like that. At first glance I thought I was seeing a mobile English phone booth
    Believe it or not, rich kids over here get these things from their parents at 16. You see them "pimping" all over town So hilarious

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