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The blonde, friendly giant

The Australian self-image is one &% § @! imagination.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[nation pictures] Banneord is a well-known minefield in a foreign language. It is difficult for a foreigner to calculate their strength and not exceed the invisible limit. Germans and French spice up their language with scheiße or cage to emphasize the meaning, while we English speakers never become as liberal with our shit. That said, it is probably not possible to speak a language very fluently without using at least some mild expressions. They create a relaxed intimacy between language users who, by using such, tacitly put the formalities aside.

Australians are notorious for being direct and informal. It was probably the desire to create a friendly intimacy that was the driving force behind the use of language in a newly produced. . .

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