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    If you need an urgent question answering then PM me or leave it here and I guarantee I will answer it for you.

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    Guest Cal
    When will we get our visa?

     

    By :emoticon-signxmas:?

     

    Not even your parents (or their agent if they use one) will know for sure when your visas will come through. It depends on when they were submitted etc. Ask your parents for some feeback, and if they can't give you any then ask them to speak to your agent/visa contact.

     

    Next question please :) (except Rachie... she gets a little wierd at 3am!):tonguexmas:

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    Guest happy feet
    i need to know my bra size in oz im a 38c in uk its urgent im busting out all over :laughxmas:

     

     

    Ha Ha LOL:laughxmas:

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    That's funny!! :laughxmas:

     

    I got myself measured properly at Myers and they helped me choose a nice bra too!

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    That's funny!! :laughxmas:

     

    I got myself measured properly at Myers and they helped me choose a nice bra too!

     

     

    i went in myers yesterday but didnt have time to get measured, but the bras were like 10 yrs ago in uk, great if your flat chested, or made for grannies if your not, thats was colannades, might have to go to bigger myers maybe they have more choice or go bunnings for a couple of hammocks. Im still getting over being a size 8.5 feet, my feet have grown so have my boobs but my waist has got smaller since moving to oz :laughxmas:work that out lol

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    i went in myers yesterday but didnt have time to get measured, but the bras were like 10 yrs ago in uk, great if your flat chested, or made for grannies if your not, thats was colannades, might have to go to bigger myers maybe they have more choice or go bunnings for a couple of hammocks. Im still getting over being a size 8.5 feet, my feet have grown so have my boobs but my waist has got smaller since moving to oz :laughxmas:work that out lol

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    Remember that Australia works on US sizes for shoes! So whatever you are in UK... add on another 1.

     

    UK Size 6 = AUS/US Size 7

    UK Size 7 = AUS/US Size 8

    UK Size 8 = AUS/US Size 9

    UK Size 9 = AUS/US Size 10 .......etc

     

    Although, like the UK, international sizes are shown on the inside of the shoe in most cases.

     

    aww but thats wrong in uk i was a 6 here im 8.5:tonguexmas:

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    aww but thats wrong in uk i was a 6 here im 8.5:tonguexmas:

     

    That's the way it usually works... maybe the air pressure on the flight stretched your feet.... at least you won't sink in the sand!

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    Yep that one is wrong sorry, aus sizes bear no relation to US sizes. It is usually for adults 2 - 2.5 sizes bigger depending on the make of shoe. I am a 7 in the UK and a 9 here. mens sizing is different again.

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    I was a perfect fit in a UK shoe size 5 now I struggle to find shoes that fit properly, either a 7.5 or 8 but it's so frustrating. OH on the other hand says he is in the same shoe size as he was in the UK.

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    If you're looking for larger bra sizes, I went to an Ultimo party the other day and they seem to specialise in them! Bit pricey though but very good quality. Needless to say, I didn't buy anything as I'm still trying to work my way up to a B cup!

     

    Shoe sizes are extremely weird here - I have been trying to buy some Bloch Character Shoes for my daughter on Ebay recently and the sizes for those don't bear any resemblance to either English, Australian or European sizing - have resorted to actually measuring her foot with a ruler and asking sellers to give me the size of shoe in centimetres! Add to that the fact that I have always had big feet, and suddenly the trainers I bought here seem to fit me, my daughter and my 11 year old son (not all at the same time I hasten to add) - what's that all about?? I am sure our feet are all different sizes....

     

    And I was a size 8 in the UK but here that's either a 10 or 11 usually.... so it's definitely not just 1 size different....

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    Diane take your daughter in to a dance shop to get measured for character shoes, tell them granny needs to know the size as she wants to send em as a present. then source them elsewhere once you know the size needed.

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    Guest Martin and Val

    I was a size 8 in England and guess what? I'm a size 8 here as well.:emoticon-signxmas:

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    Guest graandjac

    :tonguexmas:who knows what size iam ....!!!!!....all i seem to live in is shorts and t shirts.....havent bought a thing in 8 months:emoticon-signxmas:

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    Guest Guest75
    :tonguexmas:who knows what size iam ....!!!!!....all i seem to live in is shorts and t shirts.....havent bought a thing in 8 months:emoticon-signxmas:

     

    Depends what you are measuring............ waist in inches-------------- yer "thingie" in Millimetres - make's it sound bigger:laughxmas:

     

    Errrmm - the mods may have a word about that one:tonguexmas:

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