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Of course, as we all know, that post has been vacant, or only temporarily occupied, since the retirement of one Shane Warne, sporting bogan extraordinaire.Clarke and Watson definitely are battling for alpha nouveau bogan..There is nothing wrong with the symbol of the Southern Cross per se, it’s been recognised as an iconic symbol of Australia similar to that of the flying kangaroo for many years.It’s just unfortunate that it now has negative connotations after being hijacked by the Nazi-bogan (new sub-species?Subsequently, the Southern Cross Tattoo, or the “Aussie Swazie”, as it’s known in some circles, has become for the Bogan a symbol of ‘Aussie Pride’, a secret Bogan codeword for immense racial intolerance.The Southern Cross Tattoo comes in a number of forms, from the popular and simple five star design, to those incorporating the outline of the Australian continent or a boxing kangaroo, and is sometimes adorned with such ‘patriotic’ slogans as ‘fuck off, we’re full’, ‘we grew here, you flew here’, and ‘if you don’t love it, leave’.which is so fitting considering that in exactly one week from today…. I’ve actually heard a bogue ask for this at our local drive thru bottle-o, and berate the poor guy serving when he didn’t understand his request… I think it’s the media which has allowed the bogan flourish, as it plays right into the mindset of the bogan.

bogans don’t want to establish an individual identity, to fucking gay and difficult!Whilst I dislike the use of “gay” to mean “stupid”…Anyway, some xenophobic “white pride” Australians have tried to hyjack the Eureka flag.They can’t seem to comprehend that people of 20 different nationalities were involved and they talked about inclusiveness.The Southern Cross tattoo combines two elements of the limited thinking of the bogan, making it the perfect medium to display one’s love of (his ideal of) Australia and the need for attention.Also, let’s not forget that there is nothing more individual as a Southern Cross tattoo.

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