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 No.20[Reply]

Post ideas on how to improve the board here.

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 No.41[Reply]

Lengthy aboriginal execration

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 No.148

All good cuz


 No.149

Big Abo Poos


 No.177

High quality unnaGF


 No.178

>>177

Post pics


 No.190

>>178

Hands off white cunt




 No.117[Reply]

I made a thread and a post to demand the 8cup streamer to give all boards time to check over the formations in the first and second half of every game and to give us a method to directly contact streamer so we can have coaches make exact precise changes to formation throughout the game - please demand the streamer let us see the formations from now on at the first and second half so no more games end up with bad formations from start to finish:

>>>/8cup/2132

>>>/v/15224573

10 to avoid flood detection - no 8cup thread detected and your board is competing so have a thread

 No.187

Sup cunt

I'm the new guy and unna is out again but keep in mind if you want me, Oxford or who ever is running it to change shit just message on the cytube during the game




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 No.159[Reply]

Can you explain to me why Australian aboriginals never developed complex culture or beyond mere subsistence tribalism until their introduction by European colonialism in the 18th century? Please do not try to argue that either the egyptians or the moors are of their swart race.

Why have Australian aboriginals never contributed to world culture or any art of lasting value? I can name artists and great civilizations from every major continent and time period, including pre-Colombian America. but what of the aboriginal? Here we find a great wasteland.

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 No.167

>>166

I know. I just figured it would cause more butthurt.


 No.168

>>167

Aboriginals have bigger noses and with the power of lube it can be a magical experience.


 No.181

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FUCK OFF YA CURRY MUNCHIN CUNT!

AT LEAST WE SHIT IN THE RIVER !


 No.185

Abos have boomerangs and dot paintings

Bantu has nothing


 No.186

>>162

Have a wank




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 No.138[Reply]

Pass the flaggon brudder

 No.139

>>138

TENKS WHITE FULLA


 No.140

>liquorland


 No.141

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 No.142

>>141

Deadly Unna


 No.143

>>142

Tenks blak fella




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 No.126[Reply]

A friend showed me this and I think it's pretty cool.

Post anything related to language.



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When the sea level rose around 10,000 years ago it trapped many of these spirits under the sea. The

only way these spirits can return to the land is through the whales. It is said that whenever a whale

calf is born one of these spirits attach themselves to the whale calf. The whale will take the spirit on a

journey for up to eighty or ninety years around the ocean before returning to the Western Australian

coast. The whale will naturally want to beach itself. The scientific explanation is that the sonars from

submarines and ships disrupt their travel. Before these technologies were around the whales were

beaching themselves. The Nyoongar people know that they beach themselves to return the spirit

being carried by the whale back into the land where it belongs. The Nyoongar men knew when the

whales were coming in and would prepare a ceremonial knife called a daap. When the whale washed

up on the shore the daap was used to cut the whale open and when the blood from the whale ran into

the land the people would be satisfied that the spirit had been returned

 No.16

The Legend of the Crocodile or Giant Goanna

Crocodile and Shark would sometimes meet with Whale when he travelled to the warmer waters

in the North. The three would then catch fish together. One day as they were swimming to the

cooler waters of the south, Shark told Crocodile that he was getting more than his share of the fish.

Crocodile said that it wasn’t true. This made Shark very angry. The two began to have a big fight out

in the Wardandi (a part of the ocean). Yonga (kangaroo) and Bibyur (scrub turkey) were there to see

the fight. Yonga and Bibyur are the two rocks at Two Rocks.

They watched Shark tear skin off Crocodile. The skin is the waves that flap over the rocks when the

sea is high. Shark then began to tear bits of flesh from Crocodile. The chunks of flesh are the reefs

around Two Rocks.

In the end Shark was so angry that he tore Crocodile’s tail right off in two big chunks. These chunks

are Rottnest Island and Garden Island. Without his tail, Crocodile could not swim. So he started

walking down the coastline. When he got to Derbal-Yarragan (the entrance of the Swan River at

Fremantle), he tried to go up the river to rest. But Waugal, the Rainbow Serpent, said he could not go

in and told him to get going back up the coast.

From there Waugal watched Crocodile until he got back to Two Rocks where all the animals were

gathered together. Waugal told Crocodile that he must meet with Yonga and Bibyur. They decided

that Crocodile had to travel back to a big cave at Neerabup where a special berry grew. This was to

be Crocodile’s food. Bibyur then gave Crocodile his feathered cloak to keep him warm on his journey.

On his way Crocodile rested several times. In some of his resting places he dropped bits of blood

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Long, long time ago, two little nephews asked their old uncle to take them out and camp on the river so that he could teach them how to make their spears and woomeras and their boomerangs. Also to teach them to go hunting and how to identify the tracks of the animals.

Old uncle, he tried to put it off because they were too young, he thought, only eight years old. But the two little nephews, they kept pestering old uncle, ‘We’ve got to go, we must go now. Come on, we’ll go out tonight.’ So old uncle gave in and he said, ‘Okay, we’ll go out and we’ll set up camp on the river bend. Once we get our camp set up, we’ll make our brush gunyah, then we’ll go for a walk around the river bend and find some nice straight sticks to make your spears out of.’

So when they got out along the river bend and got their gunyah made, old uncle said, ‘Come on, we’ll go and find our straight sticks. Now remember, don’t look for crooked ones, don’t run and get any old stick. You must get a nice straight stick to make your spear out of.’

The two little fellas walked around the river bend looking for nice straight saplings to make their spear out of and when they found it, old uncle went up and he chopped it off with his stone axe. He showed the little fellas how to sit down and take all the bark off the saplings and trim them up nice and get all the notches off. He also showed them how to make the woomera, the little stick they needed to sit the spear in so they could spear the kangaroo or emu or whatever they were hunting for.

When they had that done, old uncle said, ‘Come on, we’ll go back to camp now and tomorrow morning we’ll go out hunting.’ But the two little boys were really impatient and they said, ‘Oh come on uncle, let us go now. Let’ us go for a walk around the river bend and see if we can find a kangaroo.’ Old uncle said, ‘No, wait ’til the morning and I’ll go too’. ‘No, we’ll go, uncle. We’ll bring back whatever we find.’

So old uncle said to them when they were ready to go, ‘Listen. When you go walking around the river bends, there’s something I want you to be very, very careful of. You must promise me that you will never, ever hurt it or harmPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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So they backed back, and the two little fellas said to one another, ‘remember what uncle told us? If ever we come across old Koockard we mustn’t harm him or hurt him.’ And they said, ‘Yeah, but what if we have some fun with him? You get your spear and creep up right up around this side of old Koockard, to his left arm, level with his left should and you lie down still. I’ll get my spear and I’ll go around this side, to his right arm. I’ll crouch down there and when old Koockard puts his head down to bite the meat that he was eating (because this was what was happening. Koockard was putting his mouth down and biting the dead meat and shaking all the ants off it before he swallowed it and this made the grass move).

The two little fellas said, ‘we’ll go up there. We’ll have some fun with him. When he puts his head down to bite the meat, you tickle him under the arm with your spear. When he’s settled down again and he takes another bite, I’ll tickle him under this side with my spear.’

The two little fellas agreed to do this, so they snuck up and crouched down and as soon as old Koockard reached down to take a bite of the dead kangaroo, the little fella tickled him under the arm. So Koockard jumped up and he was looking around to see what stuck into him, but he was looking over the top of the tall grass so he couldn’t see the little boy lying down in the grass alongside of him.

He settled down again and he took another bite and the little boy on the other side tickled him on that side. Koockard jumped up again and he was looking around, but because the grass was high, he couldn’t see.

They kept going. One would tickle him on one side and the other would tickle him on the other side.

Then one little boy, he got a fit of the giggles and he couldn’t stop laughing. He rolled over and as he rolled, his spear hit on a log. So Koockard jumped and he spun right around in a big circle and he flattened the two little boys.

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 No.113

Way, way back in the first time, when everything was new, there was a group of Aboriginal people living on a mountain. It was a lovely place, but everyone was worried. It had not rained for a long, long time and they were very short of water.

They had some wells but these, except for one, were empty. When it had rained before, the water had just run down the side of the mountain, into the sea, which was far, far away. Now, on the other side of the mountain, there were just some big, dry plains where nothing grew.

Weeri and Walawidbit were two greedy men. They decided to steal the last of the water for themselves and then run away.

In secret, they made a large water-carrier, which was called an eel-a-mun. When everyone was asleep, they stole the water from the last well and hurried off.

When the people woke up, there was no water for them. This was very bad, because there were little children and babies needing water and also the old people. And also, it was very hot.

The Elders called all the people together and it was then that they saw that two men were missing.

Looking around, they found the tracks of the two men. Quickly, the warriors followed these tracks, which led down the other side of the mountain to the big plains and they could see the men in the distance.

The water-carrier was very heavy and Weeri and Walawidbit were walking slowly. This was because they thought they were safe. However, when they saw the warriors coming they ran, too.

The best spearmen in the group ran to a cliff which jutted out and threw all the spears they had. One hit the eel-a-mun and dropped off. However, it did make a hole in the water-carrier. On and on across the plains ran the two men. They did not notice that the water was leaking out until the carrier was almost empty. This was why they had been able to run faster and by this time, the warriors had caught up.


 No.114

Now, this was way back in the first time, when very strange things happened. So the warriors took the men back home and the Elders called a big meeting. It was decided that the two men had to be punished for stealing and also, for thinking of themselves first and not the community.

So the Wonmutta, the clever man, made some very strong magic and Weeree was changed into the very first emu. He went running down the mountain, out onto the plains, in shame. Walawidbit was changed into the very first blue-tongued lizard and he crawled away to hide in the rocks.

But, a wonderful thing had happened. Wherever the water had leaked onto the plains, there were now beautiful billabongs, or waterholes. There was grass and flowers and lovely water lilies and then there were shrubs and trees. And soon, the birds came and everyone was happy because there was enough water for everyone.

And that is how the water got to the plains.




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 No.13[Reply]

Nungah rock

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 No.25[Reply]

Post some, can be modern, photos, rock art.. whatever you think counts.

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These are called Gwion Gwion (Bradshaw figures), they are often found with Wandjina paintings (Wandjina paintings are more recent than these). I misspelled it here >>26


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>>90

Thank you for posting.


 No.92

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>>91

Someone posted it on 4Chan and I thought of you.




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 No.81[Reply]

I now once more hoisted English Coulers and in the Name of His Majesty King George the Third took possession of this empty board…by the name New South Ausneets, together with all the Shitposts, decent conversations, and salt situate upon the said board.

(USER WAS BANNED FOR ILLEGAL OCCUPATION )

 No.82

This time the outcome will be very different.


 No.84

>>82

Most rapes turn out that way tbqh


 No.85

>>84

I'm sure you are prepared for all precarious situations that may arise.




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 No.35[Reply]

This site has a bit of info on it but any other info would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.emudreaming.com/whatis.htm

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 No.37

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Some Aboriginal people use the sky as a calendar to tell them when it's time to move to a new place and a new food supply. The Boorong people in Victoria know that when the "Mallee-fowl" constellation (Lyra) disappears in October, to "sit with the Sun", it's time to start gathering her eggs on Earth. Other groups know that when Orion first appears in the sky, the Dingo puppies are about to be born.


 No.38

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The Yolngu people of Arnhem Land say that the constellation of Orion, which they call Julpan, is a canoe. They tell the story of two brothers who went fishing, and caught and ate a fish that was forbidden under their law. Seeing this, the Sun sent a waterspout that carried the two brothers and their canoe up into the sky where you can still see them.


 No.39

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This is another good website that you may find interesting.

http://sa.apana.org.au/~paulc/loreboorong2.html


 No.40

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DEM FARKIN STARS IS WER DA GOON DROP DOWN FROM YA DUM CUNTS


 No.42

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>>40

Our board is finally graced by the UNNAwizard.

I was wondering when you'd show up.




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 No.6[Reply]

What are you sharing with the mob?

 No.15

>>6

>What are you sharing with the mob?

Rape


 No.31

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Acacia is just another name for wattle.


 No.32

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Farming and preparing yams.




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 No.19[Reply]

Kick arse footy players

All our team are prime koori smoo

>>>/8cup/152

Also post some more hot nungah grills

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Bloke made a new one, Dan's going to cop it.


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oops

forgot link

>>>/8cup/297




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 No.22[Reply]

Various youtube/webm/mp4s relating to black fellas and the struggle for equality in their own country.

 No.23

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 No.24

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This guy has some wise teachings.




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 No.17[Reply]

Remember these from when we were kids?

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