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19 Things You'll Find In Every Australian House

That ubiquitous coin jar.

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1. A blue and white esky.

2. An old ice cream tub being used for leftovers.

3. A green eco bag which you never remember to take shopping, so it just sits sadly by your front door. / Via Creative Commons

4. A bottle-opener that no one bought, it just turned up after a house party.

You don't even know where Friendship Central School is.

You don't even know where Friendship Central School is.

5. And a lighter with the same back story.

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6. A Coke glass you got from Macca's.

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7. And glasses that used to be a jar of Nutella or jam.

8. A BBQ which is never 100% clean, no matter how many times you clean it.

9. Long matches, which you can never find when you actually need them so you only end up using them to light candles.


10. A cricket bat stashed in the back of the hallway cupboard which is hardly ever used.

11. Tomato sauce with a partially-clogged nozzle.

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12. An almost-empty jar of Vegemite that no one can bring themselves to throw away.

13. A Kmart fan which isn't quite as strong as it used to be.

14. A jar or bowl of silver coins that you mine every now and then when you're short on coffee money.

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15. A plastic apple or pear cutter than you got for free at Harris Farm Markets that one time.

16. A multi-pack DVD that you picked up in the Sanity bargain bin many moons ago.

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17. A bunch of Coles catalogues and Pizza Hut vouchers that were slid under your door but someone might want them so you haven't recycled them yet.

18. A jaffle maker, with baked-on cheese you'll never be able to totally scrape off.

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19. And a jar of batteries that are mostly dead, but might work in a clock or a remote or something?

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