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con-pilot
25th Jan 2013, 22:38
Just heard on the news, that the new batch of flu hitting the US, is from Australia. :uhoh:

Next time, just send beer. :p

DX Wombat
25th Jan 2013, 22:50
Dimension!

Translation from Strine; Don't mention it ie my pleasure. :rolleyes:

All that wide open unoccupied Outback and they send it to a populated area. :ugh:

sisemen
26th Jan 2013, 01:35
You deserve it!

con-pilot
26th Jan 2013, 01:40
You deserve it!

Little ol' me? I like Australians. :uhoh:

sisemen
26th Jan 2013, 01:50
It's in retaliation for foisting O'Bummer on us for the next 4 years. :}

con-pilot
26th Jan 2013, 01:57
Ah, so you lot chose the Biblical payback option. :E

11Fan
26th Jan 2013, 01:59
If it's the one they are calling the Vomiting Virus, just got over it. Kicked my ass for a day or two but that was it.

Adam Nams
26th Jan 2013, 04:18
that the new batch of flu hitting the US

Man up.

Remember Rule Number One.....

CoodaShooda
26th Jan 2013, 04:45
Must be about the only thing we're still manufacturing.

sitigeltfel
26th Jan 2013, 06:07
Next time, just send beer.

Aussie beer?

I'd rather have the flu!

Takan Inchovit
26th Jan 2013, 08:58
they are calling the Vomiting Virus

I'd rather have the flu!

Ive been getting the same result for years

racedo
26th Jan 2013, 10:02
Getting ready for becoming the new Saudi early I see...

Pinky the pilot
27th Jan 2013, 00:42
Aussie beer?

I'd rather have the flu!

Oi!! Don't badmouth Coopers Pale Ale!:=

mini
27th Jan 2013, 00:54
If you lot had been allowed to play with mud pies and other such when you were kids you'd have built up a resistance to these everyday ailments.

Adults have no reason to be struck with such other than mollycoddling.

So there :}

Slasher
27th Jan 2013, 01:14
And don't forget when we were toddlers we kept the floor clean by eating
whatever we found on it, and enjoying a sumptuous mud pie dinner (with
the odd embedded dead worm) when we played mummies and daddies.

Summary - eating shit during the our formative years built up resistance. :)

500N
27th Jan 2013, 01:21
mini and slasher

Totally agree.

Too many kids nowadays have no resistance to bugs.

FullOppositeRudder
27th Jan 2013, 09:44
And if you eat Vegemite (http://www.vegemite.com.au/Pages/product-information-vegemite.aspx) over there as we do, you wouldn't have a problem :E

Worrals in the wilds
27th Jan 2013, 10:20
If you lot had been allowed to play with mud pies and other such when you were kids you'd have built up a resistance to these everyday ailments.
Or if you missed out on that, get a job in an airport dealing with passengers. After some years of being coughed over, sneezed at and dribbled on by the great parade of nations (not to mention the home grown ferals) you'll catch every bug known to science, and thence develop Immunity Of Steel. :cool: