More OT: Regional Prejudices was Re: OT: New Bujold Story
sodgers at tassie.net.au
Tue Mar 16 10:03:12 EST 2004
No, no, Jon; it's Tasmanians who are reputed to have two heads from close
Just to reinforce this notion... my husband and three of his brothers
married wives each of whom is related to at least ONE of the other wives.
(Marg is related to Jen and to me, me only to Marg, Vick only to Jen... I
think.) We are not, however, related even remotely (by blood) to our
husbands. The lads came from way out west... Smithton way.
Gotta get new blood in somehow!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Otter Perry" <ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com>
To: <dwj at suberic.net>
Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2004 2:00 AM
Subject: Re: More OT: Regional Prejudices was Re: OT: New Bujold Story
> On Monday, March 15, 2004, at 02:43 PM, Jon Noble wrote [not to be taken
> > Look we are talking Queensland here, where marrying
> > someone who is not a close relative is seen as a
> > dangerous southern notion and the only book with any
> > literary merit is the Bible. Indeed the most suprising
> > thing is the information that there is a library in
> > Queensland.
> Oh, my. Regional stereotypes I'm not familiar with.
> The regional stereotypes I _am_ familiar with associate
> this sort of thing with the south.
> As in: why does a redneck go to the family reunion?
> To get dates.
> My personal fave is the Arkansas [or whatever locale
> you choose to associate this with] definition of a
> virgin: a girl who can run faster than her brothers.
> The mome rath isn't born that could
> outgrabe me.
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