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Old 11-17-2009, 11:17 AM
 
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what about the wives?


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I don't think so...


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Yes, they are jealous of you.


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I am currently dating an Aussie and he is literally the best partner I have ever had! I have nothing but great things to say about (most, lol) Aussie men!!

AND he even helps me clean up if the place is a mess....he is a keeper!! lol


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That's ridiculous. you cannot generalize especially when you talk about attitude / personality. Every head of the company in OZ must have been a woman if that's the case.

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Certainly not all men are the same and I think it is unfair to generalize all men in Australia. There are men who doesn't know how to do some house work but when they get married they become very responsible and learn things but there are some also who don't want to learn because maybe they have the housemaid or they really don't want. There are many things to consider and the author should weigh those possibilities.

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