Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Sibyl, Jun 16, 2017.
i think i never even saw it anywhere (i hardly visit grocery shops when i'm abroad)
Milo isn't uniquely Australian it's a yank product I think
being in germany yankland kinda qualifies as abroad
I love Germany.
Went to the Oktoberfest a few years ago, it was some of the most fun I've ever had in my life. Can't wait to do it again!
haven't been there for nearly 30 years
That's not actually marketed in the US (though you can sometimes find it in a US store's international food section.)
Well that's interesting
i've never seen it in a shop but could buy it at amazon which i won't do as i loath that company
Remember when you were a kid and if you liked something but someone else didn't, suddenly you didn't like it either? I have a friend who had no problem wearing masks during the early days of the COVID pandemic, but after a few months of Fox News and QAnon, suddenly she's medically incapable of wearing a mask. I don't understand that mentality, and there's 74 million Americans like her.
What it says here is that it has Aussie roots:
I feel like total and complete dogshit right now.
OK well that's interesting I didn't think it had aussie roots. I thought it was yet another imported American thing.
Are aluminum mousepads any good? Been trying to find a new mousepad and those seem to be the highest rated ones.
Why would you want a mouse pad made of aluminum? Wouldn't that scratch the mouse and/or the desk?
All the review sites list them near the top. Never seen them or used them before. Was just asking if anyone has.
I didn't know aluminum mouse pads were a thing.
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Meh, I find trackpads are much easier on the wrist, hand and desk space than mice.
Can't see an image.
Me neither. All I got was an "IMG" tag.
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