Australians are awesome. Sure, we're weirdly specific about coffee, psychotically patriotic, especially when caught in other countries the national sporting colors are green and gold, by the way , prone to getting weepy at Qantas ads , and peculiarly ignorant about the rules of baseball, but we're a pretty cool country. And while we're as full of weirdos, emotionally bizarre lunatics, and sleazes as any other country, we have an abject advantage in the dating pool: everybody automatically thinks dating an Australian is cool. Unfortunately, they're often quickly disillusioned and drawn into an argument about cricket. All of these 17 pieces of knowledge are things I've had to teach my foreign partners. Aussies often don't realize how strange an obsession with skin cancer is, or why everybody keeps assuming we all love Kylie Minogue.
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Single and ready to mingle but not dating as much as you would like? Well, it might not be you, it could be Australians. Not the most uplifting piece of information for those looking for love and not planning on upping sticks, but it did provide comfort to some or, as Oprah might say, "Aha! Schilling, a psychologist for more than 15 years and a self-described "reformed single girl" who "came out the other end" after a decade of looking for love and finding it on eHarmony, explained that a lazy Australian dating culture stems way back — almost 70 years — when Australians did not borrow from American culture for a change. Australians usually follow suit, but we did not do that and we still have not done that," she told Fairfax Media.
I realize I can't speak for all Australian people. I am but one in a country of 23 million wonderfully unique people. But what I can do is speak in generalizations, because sometimes stereotypes aren't damaging or hurtful, they're just mostly observations based on truth. Like many Scandinavians are tall and blonde. Or Chinese people mostly eat with chopsticks.
Attending college in the U. Here are some of the ones that stand out the most to me. Americans drive on the right side of the road compared to Australians who drive on the left.