11 Comments 01 August 2011
lol yeah I thought Ive seen them but then watching I dont think I did still got to finish watching more!
A lot of crazy things happen every day here. LOL.
I don’t even post half of the things I see.
Wow you watched heaps of my videos today
I think alot of crazy things happen in the same day!
Ah, I get it now. Bit too tired when I posted that reply. I never see that close because I’m too busy watching their turbans move around and the mobile phone stuck to their ear and making sure I don’t collide with them. Thanks for the explanation. Yawn. About to post something then off to bed.
dot or woo woo – he is asking which kind of Indian – the ones with the “dot” on the forehead or the one with feathers on their heads dancing around campfire singing “woo woo”
Both tradies and ute are very common. dot = department of transport ? Not sure what woo woo is. woo woo = A person readily accepting supernatural, paranormal or pseudoscientific phenomena or emotion based beliefs and explanations
you have that part correct. Out there on the road, you sure see it all. I find your slang terms most interesting. The tradies for tradesman, the ute for utiliity. The taxis are driven by Indians? dot or woo woo?
Yes. Ute’s (usually driven by tradies), taxi’s (usually driven by indians) & courier drivers (usually driven by courier drivers LOL)
Although not always the case it does quite often seem the case. There are bad drivers in every type of vehicle it seems.
oh a ute (which means utility?) Pretty aggressive move. I have heard from others in your country that Ute drivers are the worst. I was driving in Manhattan (NYC) yesterday and you have to drive aggressively there for sure.
Another great clip…..some crazy stuff
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