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Post Reply What's something that's socially acceptable in your country, but isn't anywhere else?
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The only thing unique about Australian customs is mandatory detention centres for refugees.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

The only thing unique about Australian customs is mandatory detention centres for refugees.


Doesn't Japan do that for coming there illegally?
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quincristine wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:

The only thing unique about Australian customs is mandatory detention centres for refugees.


Doesn't Japan do that for coming there illegally?


Refugees aren't illegal in Australia, in fact it is illegal for Aus to refuse a refugee and A former prime minister was recently told off by UN for doing that. Naturally he blamed the majority of the people for voting for him.
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quincristine wrote:

We'd have to go country by country with compare and contrasting, there is a whole laundry list of pros and cons ranging from abortion to gun rights to anime and the list would be thorough and exhaustive I'd imagine.. I'm too lazy to do it.


LOL that's the point!! want to know how other countries are
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Yoga Pants


*GIANT GASP* it most be tough..
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Saying sorry after everything
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Most if not all Aussies on here will agree when I say that it is acceptable to use the word c*nt as a compliment
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LubbockNR wrote:

I'd say underage people drinking alcohol

what about yours


Yeah that's pretty normal and accepted in Australia.


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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

The only thing unique about Australian customs is mandatory detention centres for refugees.


Doesn't Japan do that for coming there illegally?


Yep but its only racist or a lack of compassion if white nations/white leaders do it.
Really it should be called "common sense"


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Most if not all Aussies on here will agree when I say that it is acceptable to use the word c*nt as a compliment


True that.

"Racist" JOKES were pretty normal and relaxed about here also but that's gone down the shitter with political correctness and cry babies n all. We all still do it at work, but on tv i mean.
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Apparently wearing pajamas in public is acceptable to many or at least in my trash town. You walk into Walmart and it's straight flashback to 3rd grade pajama day up in this bitch
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crowil432 wrote:

Most if not all Aussies on here will agree when I say that it is acceptable to use the word c*nt as a compliment


True. Especially if someone has had some good luck
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bronzefoot wrote:


crowil432 wrote:

Most if not all Aussies on here will agree when I say that it is acceptable to use the word c*nt as a compliment


True. Especially if someone has had some good luck


You lucky cunt.
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MrAnimeSK wrote:


bronzefoot wrote:


crowil432 wrote:

Most if not all Aussies on here will agree when I say that it is acceptable to use the word c*nt as a compliment


True. Especially if someone has had some good luck


You lucky cunt.


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stealyourface wrote:

Apparently wearing pajamas in public is acceptable to many or at least in my trash town. You walk into Walmart and it's straight flashback to 3rd grade pajama day up in this bitch


In different areas I would say it matters. I could wear pajamas to the store in my township but if you go in the nice downtown areas people would look at you funny.
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Drozy wrote:


stealyourface wrote:

Apparently wearing pajamas in public is acceptable to many or at least in my trash town. You walk into Walmart and it's straight flashback to 3rd grade pajama day up in this bitch


In different areas I would say it matters. I could wear pajamas to the store in my township but if you go in the nice downtown areas people would look at you funny.


Yeah i'm sure everyones got their own opinion but to me I'd say they're pajamas for a reason. It's some sleep/around the house wear. I just know some others won't view a grown man or woman walking in a store with pajamas on as too classy. But if it's a smaller child no ones going to care.

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