The resistable rise of $2 shop patriotism – or, fancy a flag for lunch?


The back story is – the business was originally owned by Theo whom we presume was Greek, then some Vietnamese people took over but kept the name.


We are not sure who “new owners” are but we don’t think we’d fancy their food much.

While we’re at it



Love of country based on the proximity of the flag to body parts and body functions not usually exposed

That’s Straya for ya


Leading of course to this conclusion



‘Love it or Leave’ – The Irrationality of Racial Bigotry in Australia