Gather around now my children, brethren and great elders. I have a special story to tell you.
Once upon a time lived a young girl named Sarah, sweet and innocent by appearance, though dark by nature.
One day, she discovered a gay little site called Gaia. Now the young girl was as curious as a young Australian girl can be and tried it out. And how marvelously gay it was!
The young girl spent many, many marvelously gay hours after school in a bid to avoid homework and have a gay time at it. The expense she found at not doing homework made everything horrible and she suffered such a horrible report card, her parents never knew it existed.
Many months past and she found a balance. Now she is only failing Australian history (and possibly science) and she couldn't care less.
In celebration, she went out with her friends and laughed gaily as her friend threw a milk bottle filled with milk, pizza crusts and tampons into a gay little religious boys' school. Oh what larks were had when they then came across a little dog with IBS that had just eaten their marshmallows.
The end. Now wasn't that a wonderful story?
Please note that Sarah has now graduated secondary school.
Class of '11.
I'm from Washington state - USA. I live in the northwest corner of the state so if you are looking at a map of the US I'm pretty much in the corner for the continental states. North I am about a 10 minute drive from the Canadian border and West I am about a 10 minute drive from the ocean.
So if you are in Sydney you are at the opposite side from where I visited.
Sorry about not responding to this sooner. I don't use my profile messages very much. Mostly PMs and forums. So if I miss the notification that I have a profile comment I seldom check them.
I guess it's no coincidence, Melbourne takes up a pretty big portion of the land. There seems to be a lot happening there, maybe I just notice because I'm into art and there's a lot of art interest there I don't know.
Looking at a map, a majority of Australia's towns/cities are in direct relation to sources on natural water, so i guess I wouldn't be surprised if, since the border is a river, and vic is smaller than new-south, there's a higher concentration of townships per area... I can't really comment on the advertising itself, I don't see too much of it, I guess it's mostly aimed at an inter-state audience.