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The beauty of this incident is his act was not expected, but not unexpected either, and that’s how awesome Aussie guys can be.So after all this nonsense and if you’re still confused; I plead, just have some patience.Australia is a place where all people have dignity and are valued and respected.You will feel very comfortable dating an Australian man because most people here think of themselves as your equal, regardless of your occupation or your income.The flora and fauna in Australia are unique among the plants and animals around the world.Browse by City: Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Cairns, Townsville, Darwin, Canberra, Toowoomba, Hobart, Geelong, Rockhampton, Bendigo.I have found that politically Americans tend to be much more vocal and caring about who they elect and how the country is run, there is a huge division in massive issues such as economy, abortion, religion, security and finally guns.Lets break it down, to be blunt Americans come off as know-it-alls while Australians tend to be more laid back and chilled out in political views, who we choose for elections doesn’t effect us as badly.

In opposition to their mortifying fear of ‘coming onto you’, you can be sure if you’re uncomfortable with advances from any guys, mates or partners will often step in to ensure you’re okay. Many moons ago there was a particularly drunken guy bothering me as I tried to shimmy out my fabulous two-wines-down dance moves on the D-floor.Australia is so large that it experiences a variety of climatic conditions, from tropical monsoons to hot, dry weather and even snow.Generally, however, the climate is warm and temperate, particularly in the major coastal cities. I found it ridiculous to explain that while he may not be interested, it is also possible he really is interested and suffers from ‘She’ll be right’ syndrome and is typically shy.This mixed with the ultimate fear of coming on ‘unwanted’ renders them socially inactive, although, possibly very interested in you. I’d say no, absolutely not; but we should probably settle for socially inept, for sure.Article by: Kelly Sargent Recently a friend from Finland confided in me about her frustration and confusion about Australian guys: to my surprise I was able to reassure her of some really bizarre behaviours. I never intend to give false hope; however, this is a real and seriously problematic syndrome plaguing Australian men.

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