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LOL! I didn't know it was that hot in Australia this year + last year.
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Any Aussies remember new years day 2006? Walked outside after a massive night on the cans and got vertigo from the heat, like a punch in my hungover face :/

That is the worst day I remember
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Any Aussies remember new years day 2006? Walked outside after a massive night on the cans and got vertigo from the heat, like a punch in my hungover face :/
That is the worst day I remember

Ohh yeah. We went down to the beach at about 7pm and you couldnt move. Then we watched the southerly blow in and got caught in a massive thunder storm... yeah, good times tongue.gif

And what is with all the bluebottle jelly fish that around now? I dont remember them being this bad. Every second wave has a ton of them... ouch!
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Don't forget the Emu's that will rip you a new ass with their claws or peck you to death if you get to close. lol

I wonder how good those are to eat.... would be a pretty impressive looking bird on the table at X-mass dinner.
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Any Aussies remember new years day 2006? Walked outside after a massive night on the cans and got vertigo from the heat, like a punch in my hungover face :/
That is the worst day I remember
It was like 40 plus degress that night and I paid $200 to go on a boat and cruise up and down the yarra river for NYE 2006. The $200 included free drinks. all the ice melted in the first 30minutes every drink was warm and disgusting! Also 200 people on this small boat trapped with only one little 2m x 3m area out the back to get fresh air.

Never again!
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I live in the tropical north of Australia and we very rarely see temps past 35c, but at 90-100% humidity it will still destroy you. Just walking outside feels like you have stepped into a sauna. Sometimes you need to take about 4-5 showers a day to stay fresh.
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I wonder how good those are to eat.... would be a pretty impressive looking bird on the table at X-mass dinner.

Naw.. to gamey and stringy. Besides, who has an industrial sized oven in their home tongue.gif
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I live in the tropical north of Australia and we very rarely see temps past 35c, but at 90-100% humidity it will still destroy you. Just walking outside feels like you have stepped into a sauna. Sometimes you need to take about 4-5 showers a day to stay fresh.

I know what you mean i live in Vic and work up north and i find a 35 degree day in vic and up north are different. i can tolerate working up north in 35 degrees but down in Vic i get burnt quicker and its terrible. i think its like this up north is like being in an oven and Vic is like being under the hot grill. Its probably something to do with the ozone hole nearer to Vic lol.

Thank god its cooled off
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Wow that's hot. I think my limit is 45 celsius. Today wasn't too bad. It's certainly hotter when you're out on the tennis court though tongue.gif
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I worked near a place called marble bar. Apparently we got 54 degrees in the shade one day there.
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