What you eating?
What you drinking?
How are you celebrating the day?
Staying home. Not waving the flag or singing our national anthem. I did cook a meat pie from the freezer for lunch, though, and might have a couple of beers later on.
All of our true patriots will have passed out drunk by now, so I don't think you're going to get much of a response.
Rent inspection tomorrow, just spent half the morning scrubbing the kitchen from top to bottom.
Something out of the freezer and into the microwave tonight, I think there's some left over spaghetti bol or something from last week in there.
Just about to head to the market because the fridge and cupboard is empty, need to stock up on food.
Happy straya day cunts
>Four and Twenty
Not bad. I always go for chicken and vegetable for a frozen pie.
>I don't know why they even bother putting microwave instructions on the package.
Because preheating an oven takes ages m8 and sometimes you just want your pie right now.
I have microwaved pies before. I agree the oven is better, but sometimes I'm too lazy. I microwave for a couple of extra minutes and fin this crisps up the pastry a bit and concentrates the flavour by removing moisture from the filling.
Went rogue with the mud cakes at work.
Spent the day at the bowls club having a roll, beer and bbq.
made some pulled pork last night and reheated and served in buns with 'slaw
marinated off a bunch of chicken thighs in lime juice, chilli, ginger, garlic, corriander, fish sauce, brown sugar, kaffir leaves, salt, pepped and a dash of soy
lamb and rosemary snags in bread with some dead horse
australia shaped pies, lamb, snags, pork ribs, burgers
potato salad, slaw, some hipster salad some fag brought
pavlova, jelly slie, lamingtons
drinking VB, melbourne bitters and fosters for the lulz
I just spent the day relaxing at home, watched a movie and had a few beers with my brother.
Made zucchini slice for dinner, not sure how Aussie that is. Something simple that'll fill me up and I can take it to work tomorrow.
Drinking a few Coopers.
Probably looks better cut into chunks.
At a recent Commonwealth event Malcolm Turnbull, the Australian Prime Minister, found himself in discussion with Queen Elizabeth II about his country's image problem on the international stage.
"Strewth Lizzie, I just don't think us Ozzies get a fair bite of the wallaby when it comes to international politics. If only we were the Kingdom of Australia other nations would respect us more".
"Well Mr Turnbull", replied the Queen, "in order to be a Kingdom one must be ruled by a king, and Australia has no king".
"Well tie me kangaroo down, if that ain't the truth", said Turnbull. "What about a Principality? 'The Principality of Australia' would ensure we're taken seriously".
"Ah, but in order to be a Principality one must be governed by a prince, and Australia has no prince".
"Well throw another fair dinkum on the barbie", said an exasperated Turnbull. "How about a Dukedom? Can we at least be the mighty Dukedom of Australia?"
"I'm afraid that a Dukedom requires a duke, Mr Turnbull, and Australia has no dukes".
"Well call me Kylie and bugger me with Uluru, Lizzie, what can Australia call itself to show itself off on the world stage?".
The Queen fixed Turnbull with a kindly, measured stare. "My thought after meeting yourself and many other Australians, Mr Turnbull, is that the only appropriate nomenclature for Australia is to call it a country".
God bless ya mate, honestly one of the best breweries around. The Sparkling and stout are legitimate amazing beers and I'd class them in a craft beer kinda selection. I've never had a pale that tastes like Coopers Pale