In case you haven't already heard, the Federal government announced immediate changes to the national citizenship process on Thursday and they were all based on "Australian values".
A tough new test to become an Australian citizen will include "new and more meaningful" questions, which could pose a red flag for certain migrant groups, ranging from "is it OK to assault your partner behind closed doors?" to "is it acceptable to keep girls from school?".
Australians from all walks of life took to social media on Thursday to react to the decision and decipher exactly what "Australian values" means.
And that's where the hilarity began. Everything from housing affordability to excessive alcoholism and a young Toadie Rebecchi's questionable hair style from classic Aussie soap Neighbours was thrown in the mix.
Check them all out for yourself, below.
Australian values Ive seen:— Uma Patel (@umabp) April 19, 2017
1)urging others to skol beers
2)wearing thongs in any weather
3)hating on Sydney house prices
4)hating on Kochie
The main point of democracy is a chance to eat sausages #australianvalues— Dom Knight (@domknight) April 19, 2017
Systematically destroy 200+ indigenous languages, then insist newcomers speak yours (which you're barely literate in).#AustralianValues— Craig Andrew Batty (@ResignInShame) April 19, 2017
Booing Prime Ministers at major sporting events#AustralianValues— Noely (@YaThinkN) April 19, 2017
Going on a dacks- dropping, shoe drinking tour of Asia and expecting the embassy to bail you out when they arrest you #AustralianValues— PennyPingleton'sMum (@PPingletonsMum) April 19, 2017
Q4. How many seconds can you be in the sun before getting cancer?— Adam Liaw (@adamliaw) April 20, 2017
Q5. Nick Kyrgios: yeah or nah?
Q6. Is that a knife?
Can I buy #AustralianValues from GumTree? 🤔— Mariam Veiszadeh (@MariamVeiszadeh) April 20, 2017
Obsession with "Banter", love of inedible substances (Vegemite), unnatural hatred of the Master Race (emus).#AustralianValues— Bill Marchant (@bmarchant3) April 20, 2017
#AustralianValues— Lucy Valentine (@LucyXIV) April 19, 2017
- telling others where speed cameras are
- saying 'gronk'
- calling Asian service staff 'boss'
- coward punch
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