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Can You Guess Which Of These Statements Is The Truth?

A new game where you, the reader, are thrust into the spotlight. Is it all true or just one, big, stinking lie?

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  1. 1. Who is this?

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    This is the lord of the west side of Australia, made famous for her excellent navigation skills.
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    This is the richest woman in Australia and a mining heiress.
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    This is the PR manager for Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer. She also used to manage Westlife.
  2. 2. What is Vegemite made out of?

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    Vegemite is made out of butter, salt, and organic tar. The tar is what gives it its black appearance.
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    Vegemite is made out of old, moldy bread, ground into a paste with added water. Food colouring is then added to change it from off-green to black.
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    Vegemite is made out of leftover yeast extract from beer manufacturers. You can't get drunk from eating Vegemite, though.
  3. 3. Who is this?

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    Johnny Depp's older, less famous brother.
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    Johnny Depp's older, less successful cousin.
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    A successful musician, who has played music with Johnny Depp.
  4. 4. What is a "Yowie"?

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    A Yowie is a large, bushland creature - similar to Bigfoot, or the Sasquatch. It is mostly reported to reside in Australia. In the '90s, there was also a popular variety of chocolates called Yowies.
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    A Yowie is a type of Australian car, and until 2008 was the fastest in the Southern Hemisphere.
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    A Yowie is the title given to someone who has completed a degree in three separate Australian universities. These people become members of an elite club called the Yearners Of Western Ideological Education (Y.O.W.I.E)
  5. 5. Who is this?

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    Climate change "skeptic" and "government watchdog," this man runs an online blog about the problems with "left-wing, hippy Australia".
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    Leader of the opposition in the NSW (Australian) parliament, he was only recently instated.
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    This is the drummer from AC/DC.
  6. 6. Which of these beers is NOT Australian?

  7. 7. Who is this meant to be a statue of:

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    This is a statue of Edgar Monstruse III, who is responsible for bringing the first crate of bottled beer to Australia.
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    This is a statue of Captain James Cook, who was the first European to make contact with the eastern border of Australia
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    This is a statue of James "Jimmy" Rightarm, who became well known in small Australian country towns for his inability to put his right arm by his side - a rare genetic condition indeed.
  8. 8. Imogen Heap's super successful "Hide And Seek" was written about former Australian Prime Minister, Harold Holt.

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    True
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    False
  9. 9. Who is this?

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    That's a prominent "celebrity farmer" from Australia, who is on many TV shows discussing sustainable farming.
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    That's an Australian fashion designer who always wears a pair of sunglasses on his head.
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    That's the brother of Australia's Prime Minister, Tony Abbott. They had a much debated falling out in 2007 and haven't spoken to each other since.
  10. 10. Australia is both a country AND a continent.

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    True.
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    False.
 
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