Australia may be a young nation, but it has a rich cultural history that can be seen in hundreds of art galleries. In the past decade, the land Down Under has undergone an art boom featuring historical, contemporary and modern art that reflects the unique culture of this pride country.
Hungry Jack’s = Burger King
Hungry Jacks is the Burger King equivalent in Australia. The reason it was named that way it’s because when the latter entered the Australian market, the name was already trademarked by a takeaway food shop. The name Hungry Jack’s was selected from the pre-existing trademarks that were registered by Burger King. The first shop opened in 1971 in Perth.
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So you’re probably sitting around in your tiny apartment on your broken couch, eating your cheap, frozen dinner, and thinking to yourself: man, my troubles would be over if I had all the money in the world! Well, if the sight of rich people makes you sick to your stomach, turn away now. But if you’re one of those people who gets inspired by the success of others, check out the 5 richest people in Australia:
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Oh, if only we had known how dumb we looked in those flared jeans… and if only we gave asymmetrical skirts the kitten-heeled boot. The “naughties” were indeed naughty in all the wrong ways, and 2006 seemed to be the pinnacle of “naughtiness.” There’s no way to take it back, but we must always make time to look back on our mistakes and learn from our horrific history of poor taste.
Have a look at our top picks for the Australian Hall of Cringe 2006.
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