7 Dec 2013

To be a Bogan or not to be?

Bogan is a word that has lost its usefulness, it once was in common use to describe people as common or dumb and the people called bogan didn't know what it meant anyway, so it has worn out its welcome and and anyone getting upset about its use is living in the dark ages.
As for using the word in relation to voters or politicians perhaps there is a connection, for many of these creatures do follow their leaders blindly without showing any sign of using their thought processes.

 They are "bogans" because they do come from the dark ages.

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