Abandoned Joke Lists from the Bob’s Burgers Writer’s Room
Why we wrote these lists, we don’t even remember, but they will appear here occasionally through the magic of the Internet.
Facts About Australia.
You can only own a pet if it fits in the pouch of a kangaroo.
Everyone in Australia lives in the Sydney Opera House.
Paul Hogan personally awakens all Australian citizens each morning.
When you’re born in Australia, you are a koala until you turn five.
There are no such things as crocodiles.
If you’re having a waffle, you say you’re going on a waffle-bout.
If you’re dating Shelia E., you introduce her as your Shelia, Shelia E.
The toilets flush counter clockwise and all the clocks are toilets.
In the southern hemisphere, Australia is a palindrome.
When Hugh Grant and Jack Black go to Australia together they turn into Hugh Jackman. Otherwise he doesn’t exist.
You have to eat fifty shrimp a day.
The Great Barrier Reef is just okay.
Vegemite is sunscreen for sharks.
Russell Crowe stole his name from a bird name Russell the Crow. His real name is Tim White.
Sex is called stabbin’ the wallaby, flipping the rain-stick, or going to Perth on a train.
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