Friday, January 25, 2019

You've gotta love Aussie blokes

Aussie blokes just doing what blokes do, having fun and harming no one and no thing except a very old motor car. Don't we wish they were all like that all of the time. An underwater car is not quite the right description. The pleasure quotient for those who actually saw this happening, 10 out of 10, I am sure.  What a laugh! Made in Adelaide, it seems.

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  1. Would that this came with subtitles. Couldn't understand some of their rapid-fire speech. But here's a thought that never fails to give me the willies. A few summers ago a lady's car got nudged off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge by a truck. She managed to get out of her car and swim to the shore. (This happened on the approach ramp, but still---YIKES! I try not to think of this when driving over the bridge.

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    1. Forsythia, so that is where you live. Pretty awful to be nudged off a bridge. Lucky that she could swim.

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  2. Huge smiles. Thank you - and the boys.

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    1. EC, Aussie blokes can be quite cool.

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  3. ahahahaha best thing i saw in a while! what lunatics!

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    1. Eross, truly lunatics, but what fun!

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  4. Crazy guys, I suppose they had a lot of fun and best of all weren't caught by the cops :)

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    1. Sami, it would be mean police who charged them. No one was in danger.

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  5. They would have had the best time.

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    1. Margaret, I reckon so, but in very hot weather.

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  6. Ad ruder and it could be used to crusie at lake and under the water.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Dora, I think it might fail if put underwater. In fact, I am sure it would.

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  7. And I thought Adelaide was the state of churches! LOL

    How are you going there Andrew? Got a power out?????

    So far so good here! Fingers and paws crossed!

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    1. Lady J, Adelaide is also the place of mysterious murders. Power stayed on here, so no one trapped in a lift.

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  8. Well done those guys. I wonder if the engine re-started after the garage stop?

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    1. Cro, I don't see why it would not have. There was some kind of sealing skin inside the car, so the engine should not be affected.

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  9. Too yobbish for me, sorry.

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    1. C'mon Hels. Among art and culture, Australia has pretty clever yobbos.

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  10. I saw this on the news, hope they opened the car doors on their lawn so it got watered.

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    1. River, indeed. Precious water. Not to be wasted.

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  11. Oh that made me laugh Andrew, can't believe the car actually started. Happy bunch of lads they were, and no-one was hurt in the process 😀😀

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