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This makes for a pretty fun and flexible dating culture, which forces people to get to know one another.
We’ve answered some common questions from international students to help you navigate the Australian dating scene.
Sure, we're weirdly specific about coffee, psychotically patriotic, especially when caught in other countries (the national sporting colors are green and gold, by the way), prone to getting weepy at Qantas ads, and peculiarly ignorant about the rules of baseball, but we're a pretty cool country.
And while we're as full of weirdos, emotionally bizarre lunatics, and sleazes as any other country, we have an abject advantage in the dating pool: everybody automatically thinks dating an Australian is cool.
Unfortunately, they're often quickly disillusioned and drawn into an argument about cricket.
All of these 17 pieces of knowledge are things I've had to teach my foreign partners. Precisely.) But we're used to certain stuff, like people assuming we're surfing goddesses, or know all about how to commune with snakes.
Seriously, you guys have seen a game of rugby, right?
Australian sport's lucky if it has rules, let alone the paddings, coverings, or medieval quilts your lot waltz around in.
Add to that the fact that a lot of us have lived and worked overseas, and it's a toss-up whether any of us sound similar at all.
A very average Aussie relationship might go something like this: You meet at work or school, and you talk and get to know each other.
The first time you hang out, it’s probably not on a formal date.
So if you're surprised that we're not all six foot, blonde, tanned surfers, you're going to look like an idiot. Not that we haven't tried.)Even if we hate it, we've probably picked up enough knowledge from the communal national obsession that we can hold a decent conversation about swimming, cricket, rugby, or something else where Aussies excel.
We'll probably also have weird nostalgia for athletes you have never heard of — with the exception of Ian Thorpe. Baseball's fine, but gridiron (aka American football)?