Grabbed by the billabong

A colleague giving a talk to international students on the meaning of Waltzing Matilda was wondering how to illustrate his presentation. How lucky therefore to spy this jumbuck on a bring out your rubbish pile. He jumped out quickly at the lights and grabbed his prize. Unfortunately he hadn’t checked the rear of the animal.

Perhaps this illustrates the words of Waltzing Matilda even better. I always thought there was the implication that “waltzing” the sheep meant he was going to give it a seeing to before eating it. Right?

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15 Responses to Grabbed by the billabong

  1. 13th Oyster says:

    And you believe his story about needing it for a “a talk for international students”?

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  2. Cingiali says:

    And you expect us to believe this happened to “A colleague”? Why didn’t you just go for the old stand-by “friend of a friend”?

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  3. shazza says:

    Made in NZ TLA?

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  4. shazza says:

    I particularly like the classy touches, such as the red lippy and the beautiful blue eyes. And is that a beauty spot I can see on the left cheek? What Kiwi male wouldnt’ be swept up in her charms?

    Are we sure the Jolly Swagman hadn’t immigrated not long before he got down and dirty with the Jumbuck.

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  5. jallenha says:

    I’ve suddenly gone right off “Lamb”

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  6. xald says:

    My “Hope for humanity” stocks are down once again.

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  7. xald says:

    This is even funnier now, as this evening whilst having a meal at Acapulco Annie’s in Tuart Hill, there was a small child throwing this exact thing around. Nearly pissed myself laughing.

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