What we can learn from the place David Sedaris called "Canada in a thong."
For all that this country gets right, Australia is a bit like the hottest girl in your freshman class, writes . She looks fantastic in her crop top, but suffers from crippling self-doubt.
Had a lovely chat with on this morning, and an even lovelier chat over brunch. Here’s her take on #Australia in today’s . Kinda nails us.
"Australia is a bit like the hottest girl in your freshman class. She looks fantastic in her crop top but suffers from crippling self-doubt." I do love and this made me laugh. Her column on why Australians have more fun
What the world can learn from Australia.
Australians Have More Fun: what a thoughtful love note from ⁦⁩ to Australia, reflecting on a summer in Sydney
The New York Times, much mocked after constantly bagging out London, adopts the opposite approach with Sydney: breathless praise. I just wonder where this “Sydney” she mentions is located.
I read ' new column, and then to my surprise I found people hating on it, to the point of making it trend (). Seriously? You can "disagree" with parts of it, but it's so non-offensive that even the word disagree is probably too strong
. on her summer in Australia, with thoughts from : "Are we so hopeless that we don’t deserve our own head of state?” I don’t think we are. Becoming a republic would make us prouder and more purposeful.”
Bari Weiss ( Australia expert) appears not to know the meaning of "thong" . Hint: they come in pairs.
It's True: Australians Have More Fun
David Sedaris once called Australia "Canada in a thong." But you don’t get on a flight across the world because you appreciate a $19 minimum wage. You come for the thongs. My latest
My girl pens a thoughtful pean about the Land Down Under. Some things we can learn from Australia 🇳🇿: - Hang out more - Build genuine friendships - Care less about politics - Be friendly to strangers - Have a strong social contract
Australia is one of the few major countries I never had a burning desire to visit, but after reading piece on the country, now I think I want to move there
Australians Have More Fun - probably, but we have our fair share of culture wars
Australians Have More Fun
Opinion | Australians Have More Fun - The New York Times
Have always enjoyed joining the fun in Oz! (just not the long plane ride to get there) Australians Have More Fun via
Australians Have More Fun