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Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
17-09-2015, 21:32:55
I found out the other day that, even though I was born in Australia and am therefore a citizen by birthright, due to my dad being a Brit I'm also technically a British citizen. Now I feel vaguely disturbed and unclean. I mean, I'm almost like my younger sister now, and a bigger waste of skin you'll never find.

Naturally, the first place I thought of to ask for advice to shake this terrible stigma was CG.

I have thought about applying for US citizenship to complete the trifecta, but their insistence that I file US taxes if I ever move back down under is stupid. Plus I don't need to vote because I live in California.

17-09-2015, 22:10:47
You don't get to help us choose between two corporate-selected candidates?

18-09-2015, 03:20:12
Being a U.S. citizen ain't so bad. Especially now I'm too old to get drafted. :innocent:

18-09-2015, 05:25:53
I was born in the U.S. and my dad is from Scotland so technically I am a dual national as well. At least I am not Australian though. :p

That reminds of that skit from Flight of the Concords.

18-09-2015, 05:27:50

There it is.

Finn Willi (5)
18-09-2015, 15:12:29

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
18-09-2015, 17:07:22
Gooden targ.

I was fortunate enough to avoid selective service registration, being far too old by about one week. That kind of draft dodging makes me feel like a Republican presidential candidate. I could be the next Trump! It's gonna be yuge.

18-09-2015, 17:44:16
Time to break out the toupée!

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
18-09-2015, 18:33:08
Toupée be damned, this is a 100% authentic ferret skin cap.

I think I might have just lost the influential ferret lobby vote...

18-09-2015, 19:09:41
Purple toupée!

18-09-2015, 22:21:01
Pink shirts !
Where has that young scamp gone this time? :gotit:
Roller derby practice!