• When was BBQ meatlovers introduced to the Pizza Hut menu in Australia?

    I seem to recall that meatlovers pizza didn't always have BBQ sauce, but I would like to confirm this, since I believe I was quite young when it changed. Does anyone know for sure?
    I seem to recall that meatlovers pizza didn't always have BBQ sauce, but I would like to confirm this, since I believe I was quite young when it changed. Does anyone know for sure?
    2 answers · Fast Food · 8 years ago
  • How can prices be rising faster than inflation?

    I'm not exactly clued in on these things, but prices seem to be rising scarily fast. From what I've heard, prices for petrol and electricity in particular have skyrocketed, but it doesn't seem right that I'm only 20 but I can remember when a lot of things were half the price that they are now. Can somebody explain how and why this... show more
    I'm not exactly clued in on these things, but prices seem to be rising scarily fast. From what I've heard, prices for petrol and electricity in particular have skyrocketed, but it doesn't seem right that I'm only 20 but I can remember when a lot of things were half the price that they are now. Can somebody explain how and why this happens? And do wages rise at a similar rate?
    4 answers · Economics · 8 years ago
  • Is there anything I can do about men who harrass me for my appearance?

    I like fashion and I like looking nice, but I hate jerks who treat me like a piece of meat. What can I do to stop them abusing me?
    I like fashion and I like looking nice, but I hate jerks who treat me like a piece of meat. What can I do to stop them abusing me?
    4 answers · Other - Social Science · 8 years ago
  • What makes some men think they have the right to harrass random women in the street?

    I'm talking about the men who yell out comments like "hey sexy, nice ****, look at that body, I'd hit that!" to women they don't even know. If a woman wants to go to the effort to dress nicely, is this something that she should have to put up with?
    I'm talking about the men who yell out comments like "hey sexy, nice ****, look at that body, I'd hit that!" to women they don't even know. If a woman wants to go to the effort to dress nicely, is this something that she should have to put up with?
    12 answers · Gender Studies · 8 years ago
  • Does anyone know about a kind of historical/convict theme town (tourist attraction) around Sydney?

    I remember going to this place when I was a kid, they had tours for school trips. We went to an old-fashioned classroom where the actor made some kids cry, saw a staged whipping, played in the stocks, etc. But I can't for the life of me remember exactly where it was or what it was called. Can anyone help me?
    I remember going to this place when I was a kid, they had tours for school trips. We went to an old-fashioned classroom where the actor made some kids cry, saw a staged whipping, played in the stocks, etc. But I can't for the life of me remember exactly where it was or what it was called. Can anyone help me?
    3 answers · Sydney · 8 years ago
  • Sex hurts me. Is there a problem?

    When I lost my virginity, it hurt a little, but I didn't bleed. But almost every time I've had sex since, it hurts. The degree of pain can vary from just discomfort to pain so bad I can barely stand afterward, even if I stop immediately. The size of the penis doesn't seem to matter much. Obviously a large penis has ability to hurt me... show more
    When I lost my virginity, it hurt a little, but I didn't bleed. But almost every time I've had sex since, it hurts. The degree of pain can vary from just discomfort to pain so bad I can barely stand afterward, even if I stop immediately. The size of the penis doesn't seem to matter much. Obviously a large penis has ability to hurt me more, but also a couple of times when sex didn't hurt me was with a large penis, and a small penis usually hurts me too. The pain is generally around the inside of my belly, not the entrance of my vagina. I thought at first it was just a matter of position, but this seems to be wrong as one of the times that didn't hurt me was in a position I had previously thought would always hurt. Is this normal? And if it's not, is there a problem?
    5 answers · Women's Health · 10 years ago
  • How do I use hair bleach?

    I can't afford to get it done professionally. I know it's a risk doing it myself, so I want to know as much as possible about the process before I try it. My hair's a medium-brown. I need to know how much I should mix of what, how long to leave it in, any visible signs that something might be going wrong, etc. Please don't waste... show more
    I can't afford to get it done professionally. I know it's a risk doing it myself, so I want to know as much as possible about the process before I try it. My hair's a medium-brown. I need to know how much I should mix of what, how long to leave it in, any visible signs that something might be going wrong, etc. Please don't waste my (and your) time by telling me how bad it is for my hair and that I should get it done by a professional. I know that already. What I want to know now is how to do it myself in the safest way possible.
    Hair · 1 decade ago
  • What is light coloured hair and what is dark coloured hair?

    http://www.mookychick.co.uk/style/hairdy... My hair is pretty much a medium-brown. Would that first tip with the plastic bag work for me or is that only for people who have blonde hair?
    http://www.mookychick.co.uk/style/hairdy... My hair is pretty much a medium-brown. Would that first tip with the plastic bag work for me or is that only for people who have blonde hair?
    1 answer · Hair · 1 decade ago
  • What is the difference between bleach and peroxide and how should I use them?

    I have thin medium-brown hair. I want to make my hair colour fade enough to put in some bright, funky colours, but obviously I don't want to rush in with no clue at all and make all my hair fall out. Advice, please?
    I have thin medium-brown hair. I want to make my hair colour fade enough to put in some bright, funky colours, but obviously I don't want to rush in with no clue at all and make all my hair fall out. Advice, please?
    2 answers · Hair · 1 decade ago
  • What type of paper is 原橋用紙? (Japanese)?

    I need to write my assignment on it. Is it A4 paper? It doesn't make sense to write a referenced essay on grid paper....
    I need to write my assignment on it. Is it A4 paper? It doesn't make sense to write a referenced essay on grid paper....
    2 answers · Languages · 1 decade ago
  • What does gin gira gin mean? (Japanese)?

    I've heard it several times before, most recently in this video. Can anyone explain what it means? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coxLRv1qJ...
    I've heard it several times before, most recently in this video. Can anyone explain what it means? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coxLRv1qJ...
    1 answer · Languages · 1 decade ago
  • What is the intro for this video saying? (Possibly Japanese)?

    Now, I know the main part of the video and the writing on the intro are Korean. But listening closely, I think I can hear Japanese in the intro, although it's got such a strong (presumably Korean) accent that I'm having serious trouble understanding. Can somebody tell me what it says? Tell me in Japanese or English, I don't... show more
    Now, I know the main part of the video and the writing on the intro are Korean. But listening closely, I think I can hear Japanese in the intro, although it's got such a strong (presumably Korean) accent that I'm having serious trouble understanding. Can somebody tell me what it says? Tell me in Japanese or English, I don't mind. http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=xVDN2nJoA-...
    1 answer · Languages · 1 decade ago
  • What's a recipe for a nice, light raspberry parfait?

    I'm looking for something not too rich or sweet, and a little bit creamy. Also, no liqueurs. Any ideas?
    I'm looking for something not too rich or sweet, and a little bit creamy. Also, no liqueurs. Any ideas?
    2 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 1 decade ago
  • Japanese restaurant etiquette?

    I'm having a few problems with the correct things to say when eating in a Japanese restaurant. Should I say something when I enter the restaurant? Should I greet the staff? When they ask me how many people I have with me (do they say 'ni nin sama?'? I could never really understand that?) how should I reply? To ask for a menu, my... show more
    I'm having a few problems with the correct things to say when eating in a Japanese restaurant. Should I say something when I enter the restaurant? Should I greet the staff? When they ask me how many people I have with me (do they say 'ni nin sama?'? I could never really understand that?) how should I reply? To ask for a menu, my source listed the phrase 'menu wo kudasai'. However, to me, this sounds very much like 'Please give me the menu', and feels slightly impolite. I'm much more of a 'May I please see the menu?' person. Is there a more polite phrase I could use? Also, when ordering, how do I say "Can I have this, this and this, please?" And also, how can I say "Can you please serve it without this?" What do I say when the waitress brings me what I asked for? And is it weird, or recommended, to say 'Gochisousama deshita' to the staff as you leave the restaurant/pay? I hope you can help me, I'd really like to order in Japanese, but until I feel I'm polite enough, I just don't have the confidence.
    2 answers · Languages · 1 decade ago
  • He keeps saying I'm so good to him, but he won't love me?

    He doesn't try to be good to me either. He thinks he's being really nice when he agrees to meet me when I ask. And I don't ask that often, so I see him on average once every two weeks. He's my boyfriend. What can I do?
    He doesn't try to be good to me either. He thinks he's being really nice when he agrees to meet me when I ask. And I don't ask that often, so I see him on average once every two weeks. He's my boyfriend. What can I do?
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 decade ago
  • Is there such thing as a thousand dollar note?

    Here in Australia, we only have 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, 1 and 2 dollar coins, and 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar notes. That I'm aware of. However, I have heard mention of thousand dollar bills, etc (not in Australia, but for other countries). Is this a myth, or is it just very, very uncommon?
    Here in Australia, we only have 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, 1 and 2 dollar coins, and 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar notes. That I'm aware of. However, I have heard mention of thousand dollar bills, etc (not in Australia, but for other countries). Is this a myth, or is it just very, very uncommon?
    8 answers · Economics · 1 decade ago