17 “Bridesmaids” Moments That Accurately Describe Growing Up In Australia

“Well you’re a little…”

1. When your friend gets their P’s and takes you on the first solo drive.

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2. And when doing mainies becomes a regular thing because you’re still underage.

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3. When you finally turn 18.

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4. When there’s a two for $20 sale on goon.

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5. When you’re hungover af, and finally go on a Macca’s run.

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6. When your uni lecturer says that attendance is not compulsory.

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7. When you finally find a parking spot at Woolies, only to have someone slide right in out of nowhere.

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8. When “What About Me?” by Shannon Noll comes blaring out at a party.

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9. When you realise you’ll never be able to afford a house.

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10. When you watch an Aussie awards ceremony and have no fucking idea who’s even on your screen.

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11. When you’re at the pub for arvo drinks and two people near you are arguing about politics.

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12. When you’re invited to your high school reunion.

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13. When it’s 35 degrees at 8am and you have to drag your sorry arse to work.

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14. And when the temperature keeps steadily climbing and you’re wondering if your face is about to melt off.

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15. When you remember how much HECs you still need to pay.

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16. When you finally meet a decent dude on Tinder.

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17. And, well you know, when you drop the C-bomb at least once a day.

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It’s just part of our vocab tbh.

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Tahlia Pritchard is a senior writer for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney.
 
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