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Australia has different problems than the rest of us. Sometimes they get so many centipedes on their train tracks the trains can't run. The centipedes even caused a train crash once.

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5th April 2019
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1 year ago #9813299        
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The German railway, on the other hand, has only five problems: Spring, summer, autumn, winter and customers.


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Daru

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1 year ago #9813274        
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In Belgium, when the train you want to catch seems to arrive 5 minutes early, it's only because it's 55 minutes late.


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1 year ago #9813268        
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Yeah, we need someone who can make the trains run on time!

...oh, wait...


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Dzubur

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1 year ago #9813198        
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Coming from America, I'm jealous you guys have good public rail lines at all.


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Henlaar

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1 year ago #9814718        
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Leaves, the true horror of English society today...

1 year ago #9814416        
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We had a new one a few years back: sunlight. Apparently too much sun on the tracks made the rails expand in a way that mean trains had problems.

I'm beginning to feel there's a future in having all railways underground, all the time. Although earthquakes....

1 year ago #9813376        
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I learned recently that sting-less bees live in Australia.

Australia, the land where even the trees try to murder you, has fucking sting-less bees. How's that for irony?


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dlaV

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1 year ago #9813304        
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In Romania trains manage to get lost on the tracks, and therefor arrive late.


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Hinoron

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12 months ago #9820996        
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Canada Pacific Line: "Buncha pussies!"

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1 year ago #9814001        
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remember folks the australian outback centipede can grow to be 2.4 meters long and are vorcious predators of large reptiles.

here is a photo of one ambushing an unlucky Megalania monitor lizard.

https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-27a9c55631861bb60564f1985676f9d3.webp


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