I am now officially Australian..
Had to go to some ceremony and stand up in front of about 200-250 people and say the pledge
and then was given a plant, certificate and some other stuff.
went for about 2 hours but wasn't THAT bad.
Highlight of the night was seeing a Russian family stand up at the front
HOT AS FUCK WOMEN! a guy named Vladmir and they had 3 kids.
Jesus how important does someone need to be for a personal grocery shopper anyway? President?
Hahahaha! well we actually moved to Australia for no cost at all, they packed everything we had in our house, bought us a house here and paid for all of our shopping!
He's a civil engineer who's quite well known in the industry, we had the choice to move anywhere in the world but he loved Australia so we moved here I believe he's going to work in another country soon.