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How come a load of yis here are going over to thailand and Australia?
 
Wanna hear a good wan?
2 of my mates had a big going away party in Late November coz they were going to Australia for a year. They came back before Christmas (after 3 weeks) coz they didnt like itLOLEmbarrassedLOL


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Loads of people are sick of whats going on here and heading abroad for a change of life and to find work. Thats my take on it anyway.
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

How come a load of yis here are going over to thailand and Australia?
 
Wanna hear a good wan?
2 of my mates had a big going away party in Late November coz they were going to Australia for a year. They came back before Christmas (after 3 weeks) coz they didnt like itLOLEmbarrassedLOL



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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

How come a load of yis here are going over to thailand and Australia?
 
Wanna hear a good wan?
2 of my mates had a big going away party in Late November coz they were going to Australia for a year. They came back before Christmas (after 3 weeks) coz they didnt like itLOLEmbarrassedLOL
 
 
Didn't like what?? The country? the people, none of it? Heard of this happening before, I think the only sensible solution is to revoke passports. Would not bode too well for those lads travelling in the future if they cant hack it in an English speaking country with great weather (Queensland aside), so they probably would have no need for passports anyway.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

How come a load of yis here are going over to thailand and Australia?
 
Wanna hear a good wan?
2 of my mates had a big going away party in Late November coz they were going to Australia for a year. They came back before Christmas (after 3 weeks) coz they didnt like itLOLEmbarrassedLOL
 
 
Didn't like what?? The country? the people, none of it? Heard of this happening before, I think the only sensible solution is to revoke passports. Would not bode too well for those lads travelling in the future if they cant hack it in an English speaking country with great weather (Queensland aside), so they probably would have no need for passports anyway.
 
 
 
 
 
Didnt like the country. LOLHavent had a chance to talk to them about it yet.
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Originally posted by BigStrongMan BigStrongMan wrote:

I will never leave this fair isle for more then a 2week period

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Maybe something happened one of them over there or something and they wanted out, you never know.
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Australia is better than Ireland in every possible way.
 
I'd love to hear what they didnt like about the place.
     
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

How come a load of yis here are going over to thailand and Australia?
 
Wanna hear a good wan?
2 of my mates had a big going away party in Late November coz they were going to Australia for a year. They came back before Christmas (after 3 weeks) coz they didnt like itLOLEmbarrassedLOL
 
 
Didn't like what?? The country? the people, none of it? Heard of this happening before, I think the only sensible solution is to revoke passports. Would not bode too well for those lads travelling in the future if they cant hack it in an English speaking country with great weather (Queensland aside), so they probably would have no need for passports anyway.
 
 
 
 
 
Didnt like the country. LOLHavent had a chance to talk to them about it yet.
 
 
You would really wonder at times......Didn't like the country. All 2.9 square million miles of it. Roughly translated, that probably means they didn't like their hostel/cheap hotel, and both pubs they went to were kips.
 
And SGB, dont be so quick rushing in to defend them, I think yer getting yer excuses ready earlyLOLLOL
 
 
 
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Australia is better than Ireland in every possible way.
 
I'd love to hear what they didnt like about the place.
 
 
It probably is if you look at all the physical tangible benefits, its definitely a country I would love to go to a few a few months, maybe even a year, but this island of ours in the North Atlantic is home and despite the weather, the corrupt politicians, the recession, our lack of confidence in ourselves as a Nation, I would rather live no where else. They probably were just homesick. I went to Chicago for 3 months, had an absolute blast, but I was delighted to come home


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Ah Walls, show me somebody homesick after 3 weeks and I'll show you somebody who hasn't been away from their Mammy for more than a long weekendLOL
 
 
 
 
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trap junior, your mate isn't Neil McD by any chance?! sure he only left a few weeks back!
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Originally posted by Saint Tom Saint Tom wrote:

trap junior, your mate isn't Neil McD by any chance?! sure he only left a few weeks back!
 
 
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Originally posted by Saint Tom Saint Tom wrote:

trap junior, your mate isn't Neil McD by any chance?! sure he only left a few weeks back!
 
haha. No. Theyre a couple. Went to brisbane and came straight homeLOL
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Australia is better than Ireland in every possible way.
 
I'd love to hear what they didnt like about the place.
 
 
It probably is if you look at all the physical tangible benefits, its definitely a country I would love to go to a few a few months, maybe even a year, but this island of ours in the North Atlantic is home and despite the weather, the corrupt politicians, the recession, our lack of confidence in ourselves as a Nation, I would rather live no where else. They probably were just homesick. I went to Chicago for 3 months, had an absolute blast, but I was delighted to come home
 
I went for the year and I was delighted when I came back.
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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:


How come a load of yis here are going over to thailand and Australia?

Wannahear a good wan?

2 of my mates had a big going away party in Late November coz they were going to Australia for a year. They came back before Christmas(after 3 weeks)coz they didnt like itLOLEmbarrassedLOL



Didn't like what?? The country? the people, none of it? Heard of this happening before, I think the only sensible solution is to revoke passports. Would not bode too well for those lads travellingin the futureif they cant hack it in an English speaking country with great weather (Queensland aside), so they probably would have no need for passports anyway.






Didnt like the country. LOLHavent had a chance to talk to them about it yet.



You would really wonder at times......Didn't like the country. All 2.9 square million miles of it. Roughly translated, that probably means they didn't like their hostel/cheap hotel, and both pubs they went to were kips.


And SGB, dont be so quick rushing in to defend them, I think yer getting yer excuses ready earlyLOLLOL





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But seriously tho I may hate it and come back I suppose its just down to the person. Unless I meet a big hunk that is
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In my experience, when you do the Oz thing, it takes about 3 months to settle into things. It is worth sticking it out if you find things tough at the start.

Far too much hassle to go all that way and come home after just a few weeks.
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