Why are South Australians such weirdos?

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Ask a South Australian about their state and they’ll brag about how they were the only ones not to get convicts and how they were the first place in the world to give women the vote. They think they’re so good. So how do they explain all the weirdos? Case in point – that weird incest couple. You’ve heard the story. A father is so overjoyed to be reunited with his daughter he shacks up with her and has a kid. That’s pretty weird. And what about Lleyton Hewitt? This is a man who has had the tiny scrap of gravitas he might have once possessed surgically removed. A man whose antics clearly show he’s still a child. You’ve got to admit he’s pretty weird. Want to keep reading about their weirdness?  Well click here. (Featuring an exclusive ad by the South Australian Tourism board – that never made it to air!)

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4 Responses to “Why are South Australians such weirdos?”

  1. Michelle Says:

    Didn’t the weird incest couple come from QLD? I’m a bit disappointed, I haven’t come to your site for a long time and this is the first thing I read.

    Well I guess I must be weird living in the same state as these people who I’ve never met and have nothing in common with?

    As for bragging don’t all the other states brag, everytime I speak with someone from Sydney they look their nose down and think their highly polluted state is the best in Australia, same goes for Melbourne…ah wells this is home to me.

  2. Tim Says:

    Oh come on Michelle, lighten up…

  3. Anthony Says:

    it would appear that south australia is quickly becoming the new tasmania!! or is it that tassie has a new friend to join them in the weird draw? wither way, it’s all good for a laugh! (can’t wait for lleyton to do the ‘come on’ thing and poke himself in the eye!)
    Anthony 🙂

  4. Tim Says:

    yeah, i think there is more than one person waiting for that!!

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