January 20, 2010 05:16
by Roxy ::
In preparation for our awesome Australia Day Hottest 100 Party
http://www.beaches.com.au/whats-on/vw/3/itemid/87/d/20100126 on the 26th January, we thought we’d share with you some hot hints & other information you will need to get through the big day.
Anything green, gold, blue, white or red goes! Slip on your thongs / flip-flops, a chesty bonds singlet or bikini, and cover your face and body with fake Aussie flag tattoos. Green and yellow zinc is also popular.
We highly recommend not wearing a shirt with slogans professing your love for a county that is not Australia. It could end badly.
Check out this website to brush up on your Aussie slang so you can become a local for the day: http://www.australiatravelsearch.com.au/trc/slang.html
If you hear someone yell this out, you must respond with “Oi! Oi! Oi!”.
We don’t actually know either. It’s just the way it is.
The idea is pretty straight forward: ask Australians everywhere to vote for their favourite song of the year. Triple j (an Aussie radio station) then collates the results and plays the countdown on Australia Day – but the end result is much more.
By coming to our Hottest 100 party at Beaches, you’re actually joining a world-wide party as listeners in Australia and ex-pats everywhere get together, crank up the radio and party to the best songs of 2009.
Pretty awesome hey!
If you’re in Airlie Beach or the Whitsundays next week, we really hope to see you at possibly the hottest party of the year!
Aussie! Aussie! Aussie!
… you know what to do!
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The origin of Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! In the 1970's Max Boyce, a well known Welsh comedian had a punch line which was Oggy Oggy Oggy! to which his audience roared in reply Oi Oi Oi! It was taken up by Welsh rugby supporters and has worked its way into Australian culture from there!
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