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Lost in The Outback


Mad Max Fury Road is awesome, and you're doing yourself a serious disservices if you don't watch it in theaters.

It has become quite a popular joke that Mad Max takes place in our time and is really just what happens when Australians get lost in the outback.


24th June 2015

Tagged in Cars Australia


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1 year ago #9439818        
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WITNESS MEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



11 months ago #9460669        
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Just your everyday, average Aussie hoon!



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1 year ago #9419326        
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His car changed color and grew spikes...
Australia really IS the strangest place in the world

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2 years ago #9373148        
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@AllVoicesAnonymous Well, maybe there's just a big ass fucking didgeridoo off the side of the road. And tourists try to play it or something.

Also, he knew he should've taken that left turn at Albuquerque.

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1 year ago #9417828        
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Whenever I hear "Mad Max" the first thing I think about is Fallout 4

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1 year ago #9415385        
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Am I the only one who feels like the red and orange cloud is growing in the picture?


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12 days ago #9576192        
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Yeah that's basically how directions are done in the outback



1 month ago #9566024        
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In Australia: Was i supossed to turn left at Kangaroo?
In America: Was i supposed to turn left at Macdonalds number 2840 or at number 2841?

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2 months ago #9564198        
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So true, I had to go there for work. Spent 8 fantastic weeks there.

I was taken by our hosts to the outback, on a camping tip. It was a shock, but the cartoon is true.



3 months ago #9549057        
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@VanessaLenkinen
That's true. But the artist is Danish, and we drive on the right in Denmark, so sometimes, we will reflexively depict cars as having the steering wheel in the left side.



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