Join Date: May 2001
Location: Somewhere over the rainbow
You know your Leb when....
Found this gem over at performanceforums.com!
Even though you're as ugly as a bulldog eating a bowl of custard, you stick your head out of your car window and ask girls, "Do you want a root?"
You dress, act and talk like an American Negro from the Bronx,
when in reality, you're just an Arab from Marrickville.
It is an important feature to have an exhaust pipe the size of
your head attached to your car, so that your car sounds, "sick".
You have 70 friends, but they're all your cousins.
You constantly bag Australians and Australia, but would never
dream of living on that speck of dirt in the desert called Lebanon.
You wear an Adidias tracksuit on 40-degree days and singlets
A favourite pastime of yours is hanging out at the shopping mall in your Adidas tracksuit with 5 of your cousins, whom are also wearing Adidas tracksuits.
In order to appear truly "sick", you need to have a "mad" numberplate like SICKCAR on your Ford XL.
You think you look extremely cool wearing an Adidas tracksuit or jeans to the beach.
Your mother has a moustache.
Just so everyone knows how "sick" you are, you let them know how cool your car stereo is by having the stereo brand's logo in large letters stuck on the back window.
You hate 'Skippy’s' (Australians), but you insist that Holden Commodores are the greatest cars in the world.
You position the driver's seat to your Commodore at a 60-degree angle, hang your arm out of the window and have pop music blaring from the stereo, thinking that you look way cool. When somebody happens to look in your direction, you holler crossly at them, "What are you looking at?!"
An imperative accessory is a beeper or mobile phone hanging from your Adidas tracksuit pants.
You wear shirts and jackets with motifs such as, "The Lebbo Connection" and "God made Lebs; Lebs made the Earth" but in reality, are just another Arab who lives in the western suburbs.
You know, somebody actually complimented me on my driving today. They left a little note on the windscreen. It said, 'Parking Fine.'So that was nice.