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They got everyone out of the building as fast as they could.
" He actually left, bought roasted chicken, and had the nerve to put it in my soup and say, "There we go. That meant "let's get a drink this afternoon." It's hilarious. " For all the non Aussies reading this, did anyone understand that? He wore his thongs to climb to the Great Wall of China, on the beaches of Indonesia, motorbiking and even to sporting matches. Anyways, let's be real, my man does follow the Aussie stereotypes -- Blonde hair, surfer, beach bum, makes a mean BBQ, loves a good beer, and rides a kangaroo to work! " Everyone knows that Australia has some wild and terrifying creatures that are ultimately out to kill you, so the tiny and unintimidating insects here are nothing to the Aussie kind. And hey, he can easily play off as my hero when he catches a spider! Not having meat in a meal is unacceptable Yes, there are vegetarian Australians, but after dating my Aussie and meeting most of his friends, every meal required some sort of meat (mostly BBQ of sorts) otherwise it was considered as just an appetizer. Americans love his accent I, being one of the Americans that fell in love with his accent, obviously, but the Aussie will go to the bar, smile at someone (being nice, not flirty) and they will nod and turn back to their friends. "I literally just got my food and there was a big kerfuffle around the barbecue area," said the 19-year-old, from Napier.
"Then everyone was pushed inside but then people were telling us to get out of the building.
Up to 300 people, including many New Zealanders who had come to London for the Games, had gathered for a party, organised through the country's British embassy, before the blaze erupted just before 7.20pm.
Olympic medal winners including rowers Eric Murray, Hamish Bond and Mahe Drysdale as well as Valerie Adams and Simon van Velthooven had earlier visited the temporary bar but are thought to have already left.
“It was a formidable fire.” Georgina Lister-Fell, a 25 year-old project manager at an east London graphic design firm, was about to enter the building with three friends, when floods of people starting evacuating.
"We were just about to go in, as there had been quite a queue when lots of people starting running out," said Miss Lister-Fell, originally from Harpenden, Herts.
"There was lots of smoke and we thought 'this could get really bad' so we leaving when security guards started yelling to people 'you have to get out, you have to run' as they pulled down the bamboo fencing.