Lest We Forget
April 25 - ANZAC Day
For those of you who don’t live in the Land Down Under, ANZAC Day is perhaps one of the most important days in the Aussie and New Zealand calander - if not, the most important day. It marks the day our troops arrived on the shores of Gallipoli in 1915. But it is so much more than that. It is the day that we honour all the brave men and women who have served in our armed forces, and continue to do so. As one, we mourn the losses of those who died, give thanks for those who returned home, show our support for those who continue to struggle with the memories day after day, and celebrate the freedom their sacrifices have given us.
We are a country that prides itself on our ability to laugh at everything - even ourselves. We pull through disasters together, and enjoy the good times as a team. We have a strong sense of mateship which is
in my biased opinionunparalleled by any other nation on this Earth. I am proud to be an Australian; and I am so very grateful to our ANZACS for giving up all they have so my country could be what it is today. True, it has it’s flaws like drop bears and politiciansbut it is still an amazing, incredible place to live. Thank you.
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disbelief level: david walliams
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American english is like real english but badly spelled…
At least our words are spelled more similarly to how they’re pronounced. Tell me how the “gh” in “draught” sounds like an “f” and yet the “gh” in “plough” sounds like a “w”
All English is weird. Rough still has the “f” sound. The best thing English has done is remove gender from everyday objects. The water isn’t masculine or feminine it’s goddamn water.
Going through my ‘hot women’ tag is probably not the best idea… feeling as lonely as I do…