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The 10 Most Australian “Would You Rather” Questions Of All Time

Spend a year in Tasmania or a day in Darwin? These are important questions.

1. It’s time to play…

  1. 1. Would you rather...
    1. Only eat Vegemite for the rest of your life?
    2. Only drink Milo for the rest of your life?
  2. 2. Would you rather...
    1. Have a mansion in Bondi but never be able to sit down?
    2. Have a small house in Darwin but never be able to stand up?
  3. 3. Would you rather?
    1. Have a pouch like a kangaroo (complete with baby joey) forever?
    2. Have chlamydia like koalas forever?
  4. 4. Would you rather...
    1. Get a phone thrown at you every day by Russell Crowe?
    2. Have everyone in the world think you’re a racist, no matter what you say?
  5. 5. Would you rather...
    1. Have boomerangs for hands?
    2. Have perpetually sandy feet?
  6. 6. Would you rather...
    1. Be forever sunburnt?
    2. Be forever covered in aloe vera gel?
  7. 7. Would you rather...
    1. Have Southern Cross tattoos all over your entire body?
    2. Only drink Goon for the rest of your life?
  8. 8. Would you rather...
    1. Poop out 100 five cent coins?
    2. Pee out ONE ten cent coin?
  9. 9. Would you rather...
    1. Have a government leader represent you on the global scale who also denies climate change?
    2. Have a government leader represent you who accepts bribes and is untrustworthy?
  10. 10. Would you rather...
    1. Only be able to shower with beach water? (no filters)
    2. Have sea coral for hair?

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Brad Esposito is a staff writer for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.
 
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