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Big Day Out: "Some years wesell out, some years we don't"

Despite lower than hoped for attendance figures in 2012, the Big Day Out promoters have promised that the festival won’t just be an East Coast affair in 2013.

The festival has already announced that this year will be New Zealand’s last Big Day Out and there had been concerns that the stripped back lineup and staging for the shows in Perth and Adelaide this year indicated that punters would have to head to the East Coast for next year’s festivals.

However Sascha Sewell, the local Big Day Out promoter in Adelaide, has told Adelaide Now that the rumours are “not true at all. I’ve just met the new partners and we are definitely coming back to Adelaide… Some years we sell out, some years we don’t.” Perth Big Day Out promoter, Ken Knight, hasn’t made any declarations about the festival’s return in 2013, but he did tell The West Australian that he had expected a crowd of just 15,000 people, well down on the 35,000 punters who attended the 2011 show, and not making any promises at this stage.

The actual attendance in Perth struggled to reach Knight’s modest ambitions, with just 12,000 punters making their way through the gates according to the numbers provided by Big Day Out. However there were many punters trying to get in to see the lineup for free, with Acting Senior Sergeant Chris Hannan telling the The West Australian that early in the day the mounted police were required to deal with “people trying to fence jump in numbers.”

Perth and Adelaide weren’t the only cities with low attendance figures with the trend being mirrored at all stops on the festival tour. The show in Adelaide also drew just 12,000 fans while crowd sizes at the East Coast shows were also down by up to 10,000 punters on last year’s attendance.

In 2010 Big Day attracted over 337,000 fans, last year’s shows drew 300,000 punters, while this year the festival sold just over 173,000 tickets.

Big Day Out attendance numbers:

Auckland:
2012 – 20,000
2011 – 40,000

Gold Coast:
2012 – 40,000+
2011 – 50,000 (Sold Out)

Sydney:
2012 – 47,000
2011 – 55,000 + a second day with 19,000 tickets sold before the ‘bring a friend’ offer

Melbourne:
2012 – 42,000
2011 – 52,000 (Sold Out)

Adelaide:
2012 – 12,000
2011 – 30000+

Perth:
2012 – 12,000
2011 – 35,000

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jana80

jana80 said on the 6th Feb, 2012



Not.

Both have played within the last 3 BDO's, something new would be better.

hellboy1975

hellboy1975 said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Not.

Both have played within the last 3 BDO's, something new would be better.
it was a joke btw...

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Delicious attendance pudding

crob

crob said on the 6th Feb, 2012

those numbers aren%u2019t that bad for GC, SYD & MEL, though I do wonder how many returns they had upon kanye being pulled out of NZ, Perth & Adelaide

crob

crob said on the 6th Feb, 2012

i take that back...

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/308301_10150351523200260_589075259_10075603_5564932_n.jpg

edit.

2012 - 173,000

Corey_D

Corey_D said on the 6th Feb, 2012

the ticket prices keep going up and the line ups aren't appealing enough.
bring a big gig like radiohead and i bet the attendance would be higher. there are other festival organisers that seem to be figuring it out...

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 6th Feb, 2012


2012 - 135200

173,000 according to the article.

daverh

daverh said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Need a gag order on BDO stories.

Nosyt

Nosyt said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Big Day Out: "Some years it rains, some years it don't"

redman300_bulldogs

redman300_bulldogs said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Looking at the figures, its obvious heavy music is still pretty popular with Tool & Rammstein being the big drawcards.

I would have like to see the figures if SOAD & another big heavy band played bdo 2012 instead of Kanye West

DinkiDIDude

DinkiDIDude said on the 6th Feb, 2012

i take that back...

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/308301_10150351523200260_589075259_10075603_5564932_n.jpg

2012 - 135200

Rage=Ratings

andy_chalmers_102

andy_chalmers_102 said on the 6th Feb, 2012

the ticket prices keep going up and the line ups aren't appealing enough.
bring a big gig like radiohead and i bet the attendance would be higher. there are other festival organisers that seem to be figuring it out...

It's visionaries like you that the BDO needs to work with. I'm sure Ken West never even THOUGHT of asking Radiohead to play...

Fake Plastic Android

Fake Plastic Android said on the 6th Feb, 2012



Kanye West played a total of 3 sets out of about 300 that occured at Big Day Out this year. Did it ever cross your mind that maybe he wasn't the problem?

And on the topic of BDO needing a br00tal rock band as headliner. Soundgarden played all venues and actually headlined 3 BDO's this year. You can see the attendance figures in this thread for how well those sold.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 6th Feb, 2012

I'd also be interested in looking at other tours that might have impacted on BDOs sales.

We already know that some people are going to have chosen to go to Soundwave to see SOAD and Limp Bizkit instead of getting a ticket to BDO.

I'd also suggest that a bigger impact on BDO sales were the stadium tours by Foo Fighters and Eminem. How big that impact was is impossible to tell but given that those two acts are exactly the sort of bands that a lot of BDOs punters would have gone to see, it must have made some impact.

Whilst there will be some punters that went to all these gigs there will also be plenty that had to choose to only go to one or two of them.

Fake Plastic Android

Fake Plastic Android said on the 6th Feb, 2012

I'd also be interested in looking at other tours that might have impacted on BDOs sales.

We already know that some people are going to have chosen to go to Soundwave to see SOAD and Limp Bizkit instead of getting a ticket to BDO.

I'd also suggest that a bigger impact on BDO sales were the stadium tours by Foo Fighters and Eminem. How big that impact was is impossible to tell but given that those two acts are exactly the sort of bands that a lot of BDOs punters would have gone to see, it must have made some impact.

Whilst there will be some punters that went to all these gigs there will also be plenty that had to choose to only go to one or two of them.

Spot on.

bigval

bigval said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Kanye West played a total of 3 sets out of about 300 that occured at Big Day Out this year. Did it ever cross your mind that maybe he wasn't the problem?

And on the topic of BDO needing a br00tal rock band as headliner. Soundgarden played all venues and actually headlined 3 BDO's this year. You can see the attendance figures in this thread for how well those sold.

Checked out Soundwave's bill lately? Probably the best lineup an Australian festival has ever put on. Shits all over the BDO's.

With the amount of festivals out there these days it would seem genre specific is now the way to go.

shazie

shazie said on the 6th Feb, 2012

the ticket prices keep going up and the line ups aren't appealing enough.
bring a big gig like radiohead and i bet the attendance would be higher. there are other festival organisers that seem to be figuring it out...

That's it, Radiohead! It's so simple. How have they never thought about getting them before? I mean, look at all the other festival organisers that have managed to get them here.

Fake Plastic Android

Fake Plastic Android said on the 6th Feb, 2012



Hahahahahahahahaha! It's not even Soundwave's best lineup ever let alone the best line up ever put on by an Australian festival.

Hinee

Hinee said on the 6th Feb, 2012



It was defs the best until dragonforce pulled out

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Checked out Soundwave's bill lately? Probably the best lineup an Australian festival has ever put on. Shits all over the BDO's.

With the amount of festivals out there these days it would seem genre specific is now the way to go.

Look at least you are trying buddy :D

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 6th Feb, 2012



Sorry, it looked like your post was formatted wrong. Is that better?

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Can people please stop kidding around about Soundwave 2012 having a great lineup?

To quote Morrissey, that joke isn't funny anymore.

boromisa

boromisa said on the 6th Feb, 2012

the numbers say it all.

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 6th Feb, 2012

Sydney Soundwave sold out but still sold less tickets than Sydney BDO...

grattan

grattan said on the 6th Feb, 2012

For comparison's sake - (Melbourne figures)
Soundwave which obviously sold out because the lineup is br00tally awesome - 38 000
Big Day Out which was obviously a horrid pop fest with the worst lineup known to man - 42,000
Heatwave which was... well... another festival - 4500 (including 700 complimentary)

So BDO still wins this pissing contest.

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 6th Feb, 2012

I think everyone was over critical of bdo's line up it had some hidden gems in there, If kanye had not played splendour or replace kanye with the strokes, block party, the obvious Radiohead, arcade fire, wheezer, blink 182, muse etc it would have sold out, even if you replaced kanye, sound garden, kasabian & all the skate shit with 1 of these acts it's a sell out. Sound wave awesome? Fuck I hate that music

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 6th Feb, 2012

& yes I'm aware there is no h in weezer but iPhone has its own way sometimes

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 6th Feb, 2012

I'm also aware of the problems of getting Radiohead, weezer, blink 182, arcade fire & block party, but other bands are close to this big too & more available or at least 2 pretty massive bands instead of 3 not that popular/pre seen less than a year ago + a sport most popular in the 90s

batdan

batdan said on the 6th Feb, 2012

For comparison's sake - (Melbourne figures)
Soundwave which obviously sold out because the lineup is br00tally awesome - 38 000
Big Day Out which was obviously a horrid pop fest with the worst lineup known to man - 42,000
Heatwave which was... well... another festival - 4500 (including 700 complimentary)

So BDO still wins this pissing contest.

I like both festivals. Double win for me. Everyone else can eat a dick. yep.

ohoffmann08

ohoffmann08 said on the 6th Feb, 2012

listen people, your all fucking idiots and i know how to fix the problem. get rid of this fuckin hipster boring foster the orphanage shit or what ever it is, stop adding the same sounding bands, get a decent headliner instead of a fucking rapper that 3 people like, and maybe the ken dude should go and look at like, 2004ish lineup and then figure out why big gay outs sucks sphincter so much these days. jeeez!

DinkiDIDude

DinkiDIDude said on the 6th Feb, 2012



http://outofbodytravel.org/images/570_Great_Philosophers.jpg

DinkiDIDude

DinkiDIDude said on the 6th Feb, 2012



ahhh the old QLD Origin summary........

shazie

shazie said on the 6th Feb, 2012

First post regarding the Coachella lineup:








http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fx7Z5B3wWmE&list=PLA342795B08B7C610&index=10&feature=plpp_video

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 6th Feb, 2012



Batdan wins at life in general.

therat

therat said on the 6th Feb, 2012

For comparison's sake - (Melbourne figures)

Soundwave which obviously sold out because the lineup is br00tally awesome - 38 000

Big Day Out which was obviously a horrid pop fest with the worst lineup known to man - 42,000

Heatwave which was... well... another festival - 4500 (including 700 complimentary)


So BDO still wins this pissing contest.


But which is more profitable? I think that's where the pissing contest (not sure why there is one, apples and oranges) should be judged.


p.s. I don't think it's Heatwave.

sydney_scene

sydney_scene said on the 6th Feb, 2012

video killed the radio star, kanye killed the big day out

shazie

shazie said on the 6th Feb, 2012



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAtYq5yPByc&list=PLE6FC22FFA57EB71E&index=4&feature=plpp_video

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 6th Feb, 2012

I remember when I went to UWS and the lineup for BDO2010 had just been released and everyone was saying how it was the best lineup ever because "Muse and Powderfinger and Calvin Harris and Rise Against were all on the lineup and they ROCK"

Clearly this is the formula that every festival ever needs to follow.

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 7th Feb, 2012



Of all the possible arguments against Kanye, you're going with 'He's not even that popular!'? Really?

His last album went platinum in Australia, so 70000 copies sold. That's ~23000 copies per fan.

If you're going to troll, please try to do it properly.

crob

crob said on the 7th Feb, 2012

kanye was awesome, I think the average big day out punter is still upset that he interrupted taylor swift getting an award...

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 7th Feb, 2012

The average big day out punter is angry a black guy is headlining der rawk festival.

grattan

grattan said on the 8th Feb, 2012

For comparison's sake - (Melbourne figures)
Soundwave which obviously sold out because the lineup is br00tally awesome - 38 000
Big Day Out which was obviously a horrid pop fest with the worst lineup known to man - 42,000
Heatwave which was... well... another festival - 4500 (including 700 complimentary)

So BDO still wins this pissing contest.

Actually, according to AJ the Sydney Soundwave sales are "50,500 Sydney #SW12 tickets sold out. 3722 people on a waiting list" compared to BDO's 47,000 sold so maybe SW is ahead.

Either way Stereosonic smashes them both with 60,000 punters in Sydney.

BundyandCola

BundyandCola said on the 8th Feb, 2012

actually, according to aj the sydney soundwave sales are "50,500 sydney #sw12 tickets sold out. 3722 people on a waiting list" compared to bdo's 47,000 sold so maybe sw is ahead.

either way stereosonic smashes them both with 60,000 punters in sydney.

my fav band is the biggest and best

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 8th Feb, 2012



Your favourite band is LMFAO?

BundyandCola

BundyandCola said on the 8th Feb, 2012

note to self: sarcasm and the internet just doesnt work

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 8th Feb, 2012

We all know you were being sarcastic

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 9th Feb, 2012



How was anyone dissapointed that a rapper dissed another singer, isnt that what rappers are all about, fuck you world and your unpredictable reactions to everything, its tough to be gangsta these days when the opposition is a skinny white girl that sings country/pop/fucking horrible music. I also second that Kanye is awesome and i dont even subscribe to hiphop

batdan

batdan said on the 9th Feb, 2012

Hip hop has a subscription?

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 9th Feb, 2012



http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_sx0cIM1unt8/TLwgyvJ4DkI/AAAAAAAAAAo/S-IZI0spq0s/s1600/hiphop_magazine_52059t.jpg

Yeah. It only costs 50 cents.

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 9th Feb, 2012

Yisser

http://therapup.net/wp-content/uploads/blogger/blogger/6845/999/1600/TheSourceIceCubecover.jpg


EDIT: god damnit...

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 9th Feb, 2012

I thought someone might make that lame joke

jonowright

jonowright said on the 10th Feb, 2012

the big day out used to be "the" summer festival, it is now just one of many options people have and to be fair it was a tad over-priced this year given the line-up.

the quality of the headline acts has lowered in conjunction with the attendances...

my tip, big day out is dying....slowly!

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 10th Feb, 2012

But sir, i enjoyed this years line up more than previous years.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 10th Feb, 2012



my tip, big day out is dying....slowly!

hate to break it to you but we're all dying......slowly!

alispice

alispice said on the 10th Feb, 2012

the lineups were better last year. nowdays all the festivals have the same artists. many have already seen before

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 10th Feb, 2012



Sweet Jesus, what do I do, WHAT DO I DOOOOO

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 10th Feb, 2012

Can't wait for the next Indiana Jones flick.

Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Dying Big Day Out

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 10th Feb, 2012

Can't wait for the next Indiana Jones flick.

Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Dying Big Day Out

You used to be cool man

China still cool!

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 10th Feb, 2012



sorry, thats just not possible. EVERYONE knows this year's lineup was the worst.

yllaernaemiyllaer

yllaernaemiyllaer said on the 10th Feb, 2012

the reason they didn't sell out is because not enough people bought tickets

snapcrackleROCK

snapcrackleROCK said on the 10th Feb, 2012

Review: The last two were much better than the one before that. The one before that one was pretty good. The couple before that were also great. How cool was Jack White? The couple before that were awesome days. The one before that was a little weaker, but still a great day. Before that were two really cool years. The one before that was probably the biggest on paper. Before that was Krazy Kourtney and she rocked the house. Before that was a year off. Before that was one of my favourites. Before that was two really cool ones. Before I started going was the freakin' Ramones. Regret.

In conclusion, Libya is a land of contrasts.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 10th Feb, 2012

BDO summary:

BDO was coolest when I hadn't been to many music festivals nor seen many bands. Also, back then I was a lot younger and more easily excited. My taste in music was less developed so shitty commercial bands seemed awesome.

Now that I have been to lots of BDOs and other festivals and have seen more of the bands going around, lineups are less exciting. I'm also older and get annoyed by paralytic teenagers. I think that's because I wish I was still the paralytic teenager.

I don't understand why all these people think BDO has changed. It really hasn't. You've got older and changed. BDO might be booking some acts from different genres now but that just reflects the current state of music.

snapcrackleROCK

snapcrackleROCK said on the 10th Feb, 2012

Spot on. Arcade Fire or TV on the Radio would've had shit thrown at them in 1995. And LImp Bizkit would be laughed at now.

...hang on...

SeniourButtkiss

SeniourButtkiss said on the 10th Feb, 2012

turn it into a shitty indi/electro festival and thats what happens.... soundwave is rock and metal and i doubt that will sell less than 30000

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 10th Feb, 2012

Correction soundwave is metal & shit, can't we have a decent BDO discussion without soundwaves interference

BundyandCola

BundyandCola said on the 10th Feb, 2012



the first part of your statement as you well know is a bit of bullshit but couldn't agree more with the second part.

two different festivals and i dont see any reason why both cannot move forward separate from each other. they do shine out from the rest with splendour though.

aj has done well since i watched the first one for nothing with my family. my daughter thought it was cool. that said she enjoyed the guys jumping the fence more than any music she could hear.

bdo reputation speaks for itself. i know that this years line up was a let down for some but there is always next year. it is not the first year that i was disappointed and not gone but will always check the next year cause you never know may be on the bill.

splendour has the winter sewn up and if the aussie dollar stays high we can only hope that between the three of them plus some others (notable mentions laneway, falls, weekender, meredith, homebake,heatwave for the lol etc) we will all hopefully get to see our fav bands in the next few years.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 13th Feb, 2012

He lost out because he listened to wankas like you on these forums. You know fuck all about the tastes of Australian. Half of you going on are from a different fucking race anyway. You label real Australians as bogans, How the fuck would you know shit? No one wants to see how alternative or hipster like you can get. you've tried to get the best next thing so bad, your now listening to shit music, it's so underground it sucks. Wake up you fucking idiots, your the ones driving the nails into the coffins of Australian music. He put on sucj a shit show because he listened to cockheads like you guys, Berlin was right to if he had Soad it would of been a sell out. Stefan it is the best line up ever, you just showed how shit your taste in music really is.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 13th Feb, 2012

The attendance figures show it as well, like i always said it would.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Where's your gold jacket you sooky cunt?

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 13th Feb, 2012

Hey Slip_dog what do you think of RustyinBondi?

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Slipdog presents: Le Bogan.

http://www.tourstogo.com.au/images/p-nt-aboriginie.jpg

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 13th Feb, 2012

Your picture doesn't work for me.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Haven't taken much notice, but he is right in saying Kayne is wrong for SITG.

grattan

grattan said on the 13th Feb, 2012

Damn the folks won't even show up for a free festival this year -

[URL="http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/music/festival-spirit-rocks-on-20120212-1szqb.html#ixzz1mErmvneY"]DARK clouds and rain didn't dampen the spirits of thousands of Melburnians who flocked to St Kilda Festival yesterday. But no crowd records were broken and, by the evening, about 280,000 people had turned up to the street festival, compared with a record 420,000 last year. The seaside suburb throbbed to the rhythm of sister rock act Stonefield, Boom Crash Opera, Busby Marou, Big Scary, British India, Miami Horror and Alpine.

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Honestly thought of all the people who would get along around here you two would.

Sir Toire

Sir Toire said on the 13th Feb, 2012



I'm kinda surprised you would even be paying attention to SITG. Didn't think it was your cup of tea.

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 13th Feb, 2012



I don't like System Of A Down,Limp Bizkit and Marilyn Manson and I'm the one with shit taste?

We have now entered...the Twilight Zone.

therat

therat said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Weather was pretty shite.

Scooter mcgavin

Scooter mcgavin said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Oh I never thought the legendary slippy would bless me with his words, I thought you were to busy campaigning against foreigners taking the jobs every 'real Australian' wants like picking fruit & cleaning toilets in WA, I'm so glad this country is blessed with the real Heros fighting for our rights to work jobs that we don't want & telling the boat people to get back where they belong cause our IQs are higher or some dumb shit like that

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 13th Feb, 2012



Anywhere Slippy D can spout homophobic nonsense and abuse the FL forumers is his cup of tea.

RustyinBondi

RustyinBondi said on the 14th Feb, 2012


Where is your bling?
Rant
Rant
Rant
Rant
Rant

RustyinBondi

RustyinBondi said on the 14th Feb, 2012



Well you stereotyped wrong. I havn't spoken slip. I guess your thoughts are as relevant as ever.

Well done sheep. Bah bah!

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 14th Feb, 2012



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi2PjcXO7Zc

RustyinBondi

RustyinBondi said on the 14th Feb, 2012

Hillarious, I havn't seen that before.

therat

therat said on the 14th Feb, 2012




Well done sheep. Bah bah!


Guessing that wouldn't be a black sheep

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 14th Feb, 2012



i KNEW there was a line in there about black sheep, I just couldnt think of it straight away, so I got bored and started thinking about donuts.

Well played sir, well played.

Highroad001

Highroad001 said on the 14th Feb, 2012

more like there were less hipster bands (thank god) this year. find a new fad bdo.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 15th Feb, 2012

Checked out Soundwave's bill lately? Probably the best lineup an Australian festival has ever put on. Shits all over the BDO's.

With the amount of festivals out there these days it would seem genre specific is now the way to go.

Perfect. If you weren't preaching to Dickheads someone might listen.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 15th Feb, 2012

Damn the folks won't even show up for a free festival this year -

[URL="http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/music/festival-spirit-rocks-on-20120212-1szqb.html#ixzz1mErmvneY"]DARK clouds and rain didn't dampen the spirits of thousands of Melburnians who flocked to St Kilda Festival yesterday. But no crowd records were broken and, by the evening, about 280,000 people had turned up to the street festival, compared with a record 420,000 last year. The seaside suburb throbbed to the rhythm of sister rock act Stonefield, Boom Crash Opera, Busby Marou, Big Scary, British India, Miami Horror and Alpine.

They are all shit bands. Why is this a mystery to you? because you listen to crap

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 15th Feb, 2012



It was until last year.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 15th Feb, 2012

I don't like System Of A Down,Limp Bizkit and Marilyn Manson and I'm the one with shit taste?

We have now entered...the Twilight Zone.

Actually it's a reality.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 15th Feb, 2012

i wonder what will happen first. an australian radiohead tour or slip_dog finding the multi-quote button? i'm taking bets.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 15th Feb, 2012



Where did I say that? They can clean the shitters all they want. Just don't try to tell me about being an Australian, they wouldn't know as they are not Australian. So they can fuck up if they are going to try to label real Australians as Bogans or anything else to that extent, as it is our country and we are allowed to be Bogan, as it is actually being Australian. Bet you all know someone that you thing is a Bogan, but you don't dare tell them that as your big fucking girls and do your whinging on a forum.

Slip_dog

Slip_dog said on the 15th Feb, 2012



I know where it is pay up.

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 15th Feb, 2012





You don't quite get 'taking bets', do you?

EDIT: Aww man, SlippyD 'like'd one of my posts? Time to shut this account down.

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