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Australian Flag & Cape (2-in-1) $5 Delivered @ Kogan


OK Bogans. Dont know what to do with your $25 Kogan voucher from handing in your worthless Dick Smith giftcards?

Get 5 of these for you and your mates and celebrate Australian Day in true Bogan Style

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie…. Oi Oi Oi

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  • +52

    Something ironic about grey import Aussie flags!

    • +5

      Sold by Russians.

      • +3

        of the Jewish variety

      • +1

        Sold by Belarusian to be precise. According to wiki, Ruslan Kogan was born in Babruysk, Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union.

        Although his home town is quite famous among Russians.

    • +3

      As a 100% owned and operated Australian company, we are proud to offer the Australia Day Cape Flag for 2015!

      Made in China.

      • +2

        Made in China by machines powered from electricity generated from Australian Gas and Coal. Mwahahahaha

        • -3

          It is quite funny how Australians have that orgasm over the prospect that it is australian made though.

        • +3

          @spn: Maybe they just understand economics?

        • @spn: yeah, the idea of trying to buy products made in a way that generates Australian jobs while complying with minimum environmental standards sure is hilarious.

      • There's a cosmetic company "Face of Australia" proudly made in china.

  • -1

    Have people gotten their $25 from Kogan already?

    I doubt I'll get my $25 within 25 hrs time!

  • +56

    Or click and collect from Cronulla Beach

    • +17

      Kick and collect**

  • Straya. I get my flags off gumtree

  • +45

    Sittin' at home last Sunday mornin' me mate Boomerrang Said he was havin' a few people around for a barbie, Said he might Kookaburra or two.
    I said, "Sounds great, will Wallaby there?"
    He said "Yeah and Vegemite come too".
    So I said to the wife "Do you wanna Goanna?". She said "I'll go if Dingos".
    So I said "Wattle we do about Nulla?"
    He said "Nullabors me to tears, leave him at home."

    • +34

      We got to the party about two and walked straight out the kitchen to put some booze in the fridge. And you wouldn't believe it, there's Boomer's wife Warra sittin there tryin to Platypus!
      Now, I don't like to speak Illawarra, but I was shocked, I mean how much can a Koala bear.
      So I grabbed a beer, flashed me Wangarratta and went out and joined the party.

      Pretty soon Ayers Rocks in and things really started jumpin'. This Indian girl, Marsu, turns up, dying to go to the toilet but she couldn't find it. I said to me mate Al, "Hey, where can Marsupial?" He said "She can go outback with the fellas, she's probably seen a cockatoo".

      Well just then Warra comes out of the kitchen with a few drinks for everybody. Fairdinkum, you've never seen a Coolabah maid. I grabbed a beer and said, "Thanks Warra - tah".

      • +7

        always loved this, by Austen Tayshus for those that don't know :)

        • +12

          To add to this, it was written by Billy Birmingham (12th Man) and performed by Austen Tayshus.

      • [NSFW - Language]

      • +2

        A couple of Queensland at the party, one smellin' pretty strongly of aftershave. One of 'em sat down next to me and I turned to him and I said, "Ya know mate, Eureka Stockade!"

        It was a really hot day; Oscar felt like a swim. He said to Ina, "Do you want a have a dip in the Riverina?" She said "I haven't got my Kosciusko".
        Well Bo says, "Come in starkers, Wattle Lake Eyre!" Ina says "What, without so much as a Thredbo?" Ah, Perisher thought! Has Eucumbine in yet?

        Well a few of the blokes decided to play some cricket. Boomer says "Why doesn't Wombat?" "Yeah, and let Tenterfield".
        He said I should have a bowl but I was too out of it to play cricket so I suggested a game of cards. I said to Lyptus "Wanna game of Eucalyptus?" He said "There's no point mate, Darwins everytime."

        Well Bill said he'd like a smoke. Nobody knew where the dope was stashed. I said "I think Merinos." But I was just spinning a bit of a yarn. Barry pulls a joint out of his pocket. Bill says "Great, Barrier Reefer, what is it mate?" "Noosa Heads of course. Me mate Adelaide 'em on me." And it was a great joint too, Blue Mountains away and his Three Sisters.

        • +2

          Well I thought I'd roll one meself, I said "Chuck us the Tally Hobart". He said "They're out on the Laun, Ceston, can you get em for us?" Burnie says "Its okay mate, she's apples, I'll get em for ya"

          Just then Alice Springs into action, starts to pack Billabong. And you wouldn't believe it, the bongs broken. I said "Lord Howe!"
          "Hay-man" somebody says "Will a Didgeridoo?" I said "Hummmmm mummmm mummmmm mummmmm maybe it'll have ta."

          I look in the corner and there's Bass sittin there, not getting into it, not getting out of it, I said "What, is Bass Strait or somthin?" Boomer says "As a matter a fact mate, he's a cop" I said "Ya jokin mate, a cop, I'm getting outta here, lets Goanna." She said "No way, I'm hangin round till Gum leaves. Besides, I dont wanna leave Jacardanda party on his own. Have you seen him? I think he's trying to crack on Toowoomba, he's already tried to Mount Isa And he'll definitely try to lead you Australiana!"

  • +3

    Yay!!! Aussie flags made in China!!

    How Australian…

    • +1

      It seems quite entrepreneurial to me to have another nation slaving away to make flags for us.

      Perhaps the Chinese should be indignant that their resources are being used for our benefit.

      • -4

        I won't buy until it is made in Australia. Seriously, the flag means nothing for me if it's not to show off my pride for Oz. I feel insulted when I hold on to an Aussie flag that was made in you-know-where. Furthermore, it's not some rocket science that we cannot make it here. Maybe we have to pay 50% more (~ 2.5$?) which I'm willing to do. No racism here. I would say the same if it is made in somewhere else and not Oz.

        • Good luck with that.

          Pretty much EVERYTHING is made in China. Toys, food in Coles, you, me, everything.

      • What you wrote makes zero sense. Can you rephrase?

        • we make oil. China makes flags.

        • @SlickMick: Make oil? How?

        • @bargainist:
          I tried to make it simple for you. I think you're going to have to take an economics class. Basically, every does what they do best, ad sel it the the others. Everybody wins.

        • +1

          @SlickMick: I think you need to improve your English and take extra economics class. I was questioning you because you seem to lack a basic grasp of the English language and the lack of general comprehension skills.

          First, what you wrote makes no sense ''the Chinese should be indignant that their resources are being used for our [Australia's] benefit''.

          Actually, they would not be ''indignant'' as you put it because their resources, that ultimately produces goods, are sold to other countries like Australia. So a country ''slaving away to make flags for us'' is not free for our benefit as they're profiting from the sale of these flags. Thus, this is contrary to what you stated where they should be ''indignant'' when subsequently stating that ''everybody wins''.

          Second, Australia doesn't ''make'' oil. They dig up the oil in which they sell to manufacturing countries that require these resources like China. China in turn produces goods that are bought by consumers in Australia and around the world.

          Judging by your grammar, punctuation and nonsensical ramble, it would be ironic to advise someone to take extra class for that matter.

          Yours Sincerely,

          Mathematics/Statistics/Economics Honours Graduate.

        • @bargainist:
          Terribly sorry that my keyboard was playing up, but I really don't come here for improving my spelling or grammar.

          Your making my (sarcastic) point. We shouldn't be indignant that China make our flags either.
          We get flags cheaper by having China make them, so we win. China profits by making a margin. They win. Win win.

          You clearly are well educated in English and mining as well as economics and have found many flaws in my in depth analysis. Bravo.

  • +11

    Why God, do they make capes? They're an awful idea.

    • +8

      Because Aussie supermen are our superiors.

      • +16

        Flag-capes make Aussies wog-proof and give them super powers.

    • +3

      Disposable protestwear…

    • Naaah we got them last year, the kids love em… Awesome for photos,,

    • -1

      As part of the government's policy to move us from mining, this aligns to innovation (new way to use flag) and agile (in time for Australia day) also moves us from manufacturing (made in china) to service (sell on street corner) real innovation would have been reversible cape Australian flag on one side indigenous flag on other side to reduce inventory needed.

  • +11

    Mad now I can run around and act like a bogan on Australia day!

    • +20

      Latest fashion label, "Bogan, by Kogan"

      • +7

        What about OzBogan?

        • +1

          Brand is always on sale

  • +29

    it is a shame that everyone that has an Australian flag or shows Australian pride is labelled bogan trash or a racist by idiots, especially when all other races can show and wear their flag and spout off about their home country pride so much without a peep from anyone

    • +18

      I agree. Thought the same thing with the Southern Cross whilst in South America. It has a deeply important presence in quechua history, it's such a cool constellation - bogans a have ruined everything here.

      • +2

        Yes, its true. My wife thinks that the Southern Cross is "racist".
        Such a shame that that is her impression of such a great and historically important symbol. I guess she has seen it on one too many idiot utes and shirtless chest tatts. I guess I could understand her thinking it "Bogan" but racist? Maybe Cronulla caused that.

        • +11

          Bogans, Cronulla, and all media attention on the extreme elements of the 'reclaim' type movements, really hurts the branding of the Australian Flag.

        • +5

          @sama: Time for a new flag! :D

        • +4

          The funny part is that most of the participants in the original Eureka Stockade were themselves migrant…making the boganisation (new word!) of the symbol even more ironic.

      • +3

        Tribalism is bigotry

    • +12

      I think you'll find a difference in someone waving a Swiss flag watching Federer play… And someone who would want to wear an Australian cape on strayaday

      • -2

        yes because having an australian flag on "Australia Day" is awful

        • +1

          Having a flag or wearing a cape? Maybe both

        • Flag (Made in China) around your neck with the end of it dragging in the dirt. Corona (Mexican) in your left hand. Right fist constantly clenched ready to punch the first minority that encroaches on your "freedom".
          There might be a difference.

      • -1

        Not really, no.

      • +5

        Like the Swiss are the ideal, neutral in WW2, then take all the stolen goods! At least Australia chose a side and doesn't use tennis as the pinicle of their national achievements, oh and protecting the vacitcan :)

        • +16

          Watches? Cheese? Chocolates? Fondue? Knives? Red Cross? Higgs Bosons?

        • -5

          Like Australia has a choice of side. I never suggested it was ideal, nor would their participation in the war have yielded much difference either way. Everyone knows that the reason you're not speaking German or Japanese is because the United States got off their butts and the Nazis didn't know how to fight in the Russian winter.

        • +4

          @D3m3ntia: I for one welcome our new Japanese overlords..

        • +7

          @jv: JV you should know better, private selling in comments is not allowed…

        • +8


          They were quite a different bunch back then…

          Unit 731 (warning, will make you sick), Sex slaves, brutal treatment of Australian prisoners etc.

          I get your lighthearted jest, but I don't think this 'Welcome our new Japanese overlords' idea is to be joked around with when you don't know what they did to prisoners / people of other nations.

          Just my 2 cents.

        • +4

          @inose: True, wasn't that long ago. Though i love Japan for tech and geography, they do some terrible things to humans and animals

        • +1

          @jv: The INTERNET!

        • @inose: edited for equality

        • +3


          The INTERNET!

          That came under the Higgs Bosons category, for those conCERNed…

        • +1

          @D3m3ntia: Actually the Germans had a string of strategic failures in command that would have resulted in collapse of war effort regardless of the Russian winter, this just sped up the process. Same as the US joining the war, swanning in at the end and supplying a lot of manpower and equipment from their industrial machine, simply sped up the process - defeat was for the axis was inevitable by this point, and the 'Lebensraum' plan had already begun to collapse and shrink by this point. Same as the defeat of Japan, once it was clear that they would not surrender nukes were considered the only option, this would have happened with or without the US, arguably just taking longer. Don't get me wrong, I am not belittling the US involvement in the war in any way shape of form, everyone who fought in the war made a valuable contribution, but to suggest that victory can only be attributed to them after the many years of effort by the other allied countries is foolish, and not backed by historical events in any way.

        • -2

          @inose: Like dropping atom bombs on innocent people?