Ecard text: In 2009, 24000 Australians died in Koala attacks. A further 17000 lost limbs in widespread maulings that the Australian Tourism Commission deny to this day. The 26 April is Hug an Australian Day. Hug generously, but don't startle us.
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From 2001 to 2003 the settlement in which I grew up in Australia was terrorized by a pack of particularly belligerent koalas. In May 2003, after the 15th attack that year, the town elders voted to abandon the settlement. My half-sister Kevin bravely stayed behind to guard the retreat out of town; she was never seen again. Today is Hug an Australian Day. Do it for Kevin.
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From 2001 to 2003 the settlement in which I grew up in Australia was terrorized by a pack of particularly belligerent koalas. In May 2003, after the 15th attack that year, the town elders voted to abandon the settlement. My half-sister Kevin bravely stayed behind to guard the retreat out of town; she was never seen again. Today is Hug an Australian Day. Do it for Kevin.

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