Australia is a good movie...
Australia is a good movie...
but Canada is a better COUNTRY!!!
yaaaa....ok then...have fun with that...
pffft you say your in the west arcee but didint even know NOR SOR!!!
and what happened to your bf blind bandit? seee seeeeeeeeeeee another aussie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
yes arcee your the only crazy aussie here
ozkat : have you been to the outback?
me and swift will super sayem you guys, i like someone else, she likes someone else,
you all don't have to make up stories just because you guys will never get a gf/bf
okay, im confused now..i doubt we hate eachother....but lets get back to the best country, shall we?
google is the best, therefore (as displayed) canada is too
I'm not sure if Sweden is indeed the best country (since I have only ever lived here I don't have anything to compare it to).
But Spain and Italy would be real nice places to live a few years, or even Australia (the most outgoing and friendly people I have met).
We certainly have the biggest ratio of sweet grrls here (in a tight competition with Norway). And since I'm a man, that is a fact that gives Sweden a good start, even with our sucky economy.
Checkit (no, not the same girl, the first one was voted most beautiful fangirl during the last World Football (soccer for you heretics) Championship, and the pics at the bottom is a singer)!
Is this appropriate?
Besides, my favorite football-team is situated in Sweden: Malmö FF, which makes it hard for me not to love the place I live in.
Last edited by johat; 04-06-2009 at 07:35 AM.
I'm on a boat! Ya'll, I'm on a boat motherf*cker!
well, its either sweden or finland that is the #1 best place to live (i forget)
canada is # 3!!!!!!
america made TF movie game = crap
australia made TF armade game = great
id love to live in norway sweden the girls the lifestyle the beauty of the country
I'm just going to revive this thread because nobody seems to know which country is the best.
was native american first
Native Americans, including the Lenape Indians, inhabited the area long before Europeans arrived.
In 1524, the first European to the area was Giovanni da Verrazzano, an Italian sailing for the French. The French never colonized the area.
English explorer Henry Hudson rediscovered the mouth of the Hudson River in 1609 and explored Hudson Bay in 1610. Like other explorers, Hudson was actually looking for a shortcut to Asia. He did not found any settlement there.
French explorer Champlain mapped the east coast of America from Cape Bretton, Nova Scotia, to Cape Cod, Mass in 1607, not quite far enough south to find (or found) New York, but close.
Peter Minuit was a German but was a director of the Dutch West India Co. He reached Manhattan Island in 1624 and purchased it from the Indians with beads, ribbons, and trinkets valued at the amount of 60 guilders, or about $24.
This became the colony of New Amsterdam (Niewe Amsterdam) in 1625. That is the date that appears on the Seal of the City of New York.
New Amsterdam separated the English colonies of New England from the other English colonies in the south. Clashes between the Dutch and the English were inevitable. England's Charles II claimed all the Dutch land, and in 1664 he gave it to his brother, the Duke of York.
The Dutch weren't prepared to fight the English, so in 1664, New Amsterdam became New York.
New York City as we know it (Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island) was founded in 1898. Before they were just separate boroughs, each with their own jurisdiction.
The state of New York was founded in July 26, 1788.
Optimus Prime. Never disappoints... Unlike YOU, Starscream!
Funny, for me I'd either say Sweden or Canada.
This is a tired comment, therefore it is called a sighnature.