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12/30/2020 08:29:07 AM · #1
Ha hah hahahah hahaha
12/30/2020 11:05:38 AM · #2
Originally posted by ThingFish:

Ha hah hahahah hahaha


I like your sense of humor;) !
12/30/2020 11:09:41 AM · #3
*giggle*

12/30/2020 11:49:40 AM · #4
Kookaburra Laughing
12/30/2020 02:27:08 PM · #5
Originally posted by bob350:

Kookaburra Laughing


I remember a song from my childhood...something about a Kookaburra singing...sing kookaburra sing...kookaburra in the old gum tree..something like that


Message edited by author 2020-12-30 14:34:12.
12/30/2020 04:02:08 PM · #6
Originally posted by ThingFish:

Originally posted by bob350:

Kookaburra Laughing


I remember a song from my childhood...something about a Kookaburra singing...sing kookaburra sing...kookaburra in the old gum tree..something like that


hey Fred ..
there are many versions out there now .. but I felt this was closest to what we used to sing growing up .. :)
Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree
12/31/2020 01:42:10 AM · #7
Originally posted by roz:

Originally posted by ThingFish:

Originally posted by bob350:

Kookaburra Laughing


I remember a song from my childhood...something about a Kookaburra singing...sing kookaburra sing...kookaburra in the old gum tree..something like that


hey Fred ..
there are many versions out there now .. but I felt this was closest to what we used to sing growing up .. :)
Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree


That's the one yes :)
12/31/2020 05:30:03 AM · #8
I learned this song at school, even in the Netherlands. It is a canon song.
01/06/2021 10:05:52 AM · #9
Originally posted by Janja:

I learned this song at school, even in the Netherlands. It is a canon song.

Well that's funny...I was born in the Netherlands (Amsterdam) but learned that song at school as a child in South Africa. My parents emigrated to South Africa when I was 4 years old...hahhahar haharhahahaha
01/06/2021 11:03:18 AM · #10
I'd long forgotten it, but I remember learning that song at school too.

I love the way they share their food in this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdSqfIxLulM
01/06/2021 12:52:12 PM · #11
Originally posted by bob350:

Kookaburra Laughing


Originally posted by ThingFish:

I remember a song from my childhood...something about a Kookaburra singing...sing kookaburra sing...kookaburra in the old gum tree..something like that

When I was a kid, the song's lyrics were:

Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree,
Merry merry king of the bush is he.
Laugh, Kookaburra, laugh, Kookaburra,
Gay your life must be!

A West coast US guy, an East coast US guy, two folks from South Africa, and a lady from the Netherlands all learned this song about an Australian bird in primary school.

How cool is that???

Roz, you don't count. It's a law that you Ozzies learn it as kids! LOL!
01/06/2021 01:01:42 PM · #12
Originally posted by NikonJeb:

Roz, you don't count.

You're in trouble now ... ;-)

The Australian song we learned as kids was "Waltzing Matilda" ... but of course they didn't teach us what it meant ... ;-)
01/06/2021 04:50:36 PM · #13
Originally posted by NikonJeb:


A West coast US guy, an East coast US guy, two folks from South Africa, and a lady from the Netherlands all learned this song about an Australian bird in primary school.

How cool is that???


Cool for sure. Iím a guy, by the way... ;-)

Message edited by author 2021-01-06 16:51:02.
01/06/2021 08:17:42 PM · #14
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by NikonJeb:

Roz, you don't count.

You're in trouble now ... ;-)

The Australian song we learned as kids was "Waltzing Matilda" ... but of course they didn't teach us what it meant ... ;-)


even tho i dont count ..
i have come to the rescue .. lol .. ;)

The title was Australian slang for travelling on foot (waltzing) with one's belongings in a "matilda" (swag) slung over one's back. ... The song narrates the story of an itinerant worker, or "swagman", making a drink of billy tea at a bush camp and capturing a stray jumbuck (sheep) to eat.

oh btw .. i do count .. more than i should ..
the votes ppl give me on my challenge entries .. ;) .. Ha ha hahahahahahh ..
01/06/2021 11:54:55 PM · #15
Originally posted by roz:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by NikonJeb:

Roz, you don't count.

You're in trouble now ... ;-)

The Australian song we learned as kids was "Waltzing Matilda" ... but of course they didn't teach us what it meant ... ;-)


even tho i dont count ..
i have come to the rescue .. lol .. ;)

The title was Australian slang for travelling on foot (waltzing) with one's belongings in a "matilda" (swag) slung over one's back. ... The song narrates the story of an itinerant worker, or "swagman", making a drink of billy tea at a bush camp and capturing a stray jumbuck (sheep) to eat.

Well thank you, though since elementary school I've heard a rather more X-rated interpretation of the phrase ... ;-)
01/07/2021 07:26:49 AM · #16
Originally posted by NikonJeb:


A West coast US guy, an East coast US guy, two folks from South Africa, and a lady from the Netherlands all learned this song about an Australian bird in primary school.

How cool is that???


Originally posted by Janja:

Cool for sure. Iím a guy, by the way... ;-)

But of course you are!

I just stepped in it all over the place yesterday!

My apologies.
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