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The average Canberra an 34 year old woman doing clerical work

By johnboy 10 April 2013 21

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In good news for me the Bureau of Statistics has declared the average ACT woman to be right in the ballpark.

And we’re young too! Happy days!

Sex: Female
Age: 34
Born: Australia
Job: General Clerk

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dungfungus 12:29 pm 13 Apr 13

Judging by comments on another matter on the RA, one could think that the average Canberran is an unemployed single mother.

MissChief 8:28 am 13 Apr 13

Excellent – now Canberra girls will know to move to NT to find a husband.

MsDizzy 5:47 pm 12 Apr 13

johnboy said :

LSWCHP said :

Hey JB, didn’t you just turn 40? If your target audience is in the early (or even mid) thirties age bracket then my hat is off to you. What’s your secret? 🙂

Wishful thinking and still wanting to try having children.

Aww, nice. I think I just fell in love with you, JB.

Jivrashia 10:25 am 11 Apr 13

Chop71 said :

poetix said :

‘The ballpark’ seems such a lovely term to use, too, in the context of your comment.

As a good friend use to say.

If the infield is mowed ….. Play Ball 🙂

farnarkler said :

That’s about spot on where I work.

Gynaecologist?

devils_advocate 9:47 am 11 Apr 13

Masquara said :

devils_advocate said :

johnboy said :

They don’t all stay married forever

Also 34 year-old women are about 10 years too old.

Cr*p. Alas, I don’t have a link, but I read that a study a few years ago showed that Australian men’s ideal woman averaged out at 38 years old … no surprise there, actually.

That’s just rationalisation behaviour (i.e. people taking what they can get and attempting to justify it to themselves on the basis that, in fact, this is what they wanted all along).

davo101 said :

BimboGeek said :

The woman should be half the man’s age plus 7 years.

Think you’ll find that’s just the lower bound on the Standard Creepiness Rule.

This rule confuses creepiness with awesomeness. Half the age plus seven is the upper bound on the awesomeness rule. Anything more is just mediocrity.

davo101 8:45 am 11 Apr 13

BimboGeek said :

The woman should be half the man’s age plus 7 years.

Think you’ll find that’s just the lower bound on the Standard Creepiness Rule.

mcleodwealth 7:08 am 11 Apr 13

I wonder if Tasmania and South Australia notice their high average ages? Canberra has been largely spared the ageing population challenge impacting states like South Australia, but should we be paying more attention?

BimboGeek 12:57 am 11 Apr 13

The woman should be half the man’s age plus 7 years.

Masquara 11:43 pm 10 Apr 13

johnboy said :

LSWCHP said :

Hey JB, didn’t you just turn 40? If your target audience is in the early (or even mid) thirties age bracket then my hat is off to you. What’s your secret? 🙂

Wishful thinking and still wanting to try having children.

Are you sure? You may have to stop going to the movies, after all!

LSWCHP 11:17 pm 10 Apr 13

johnboy said :

LSWCHP said :

Hey JB, didn’t you just turn 40? If your target audience is in the early (or even mid) thirties age bracket then my hat is off to you. What’s your secret? 🙂

Wishful thinking and still wanting to try having children.

Ah well, in that case good on you. I hope the wishful thinking is realised, you find the right woman and it all turns out OK for you. My kids are the best thing that ever happened to me, and I’d wish a similar blessing on anybody who desires it.

johnboy 11:08 pm 10 Apr 13

LSWCHP said :

Hey JB, didn’t you just turn 40? If your target audience is in the early (or even mid) thirties age bracket then my hat is off to you. What’s your secret? 🙂

Wishful thinking and still wanting to try having children.

LSWCHP 9:04 pm 10 Apr 13

Hey JB, didn’t you just turn 40? If your target audience is in the early (or even mid) thirties age bracket then my hat is off to you. What’s your secret? 🙂

Masquara 8:13 pm 10 Apr 13

devils_advocate said :

johnboy said :

They don’t all stay married forever

Also 34 year-old women are about 10 years too old.

Cr*p. Alas, I don’t have a link, but I read that a study a few years ago showed that Australian men’s ideal woman averaged out at 38 years old … no surprise there, actually.

farnarkler 7:11 pm 10 Apr 13

That’s about spot on where I work.

DrKoresh 5:23 pm 10 Apr 13

Chop71 said :

poetix said :

‘The ballpark’ seems such a lovely term to use, too, in the context of your comment.

As a good friend use to say.

If the infield is mowed ….. Play Ball 🙂

Oh lordy :facepalm:

Chop71 4:51 pm 10 Apr 13

poetix said :

‘The ballpark’ seems such a lovely term to use, too, in the context of your comment.

As a good friend use to say.

If the infield is mowed ….. Play Ball 🙂

poetix 4:18 pm 10 Apr 13

‘The ballpark’ seems such a lovely term to use, too, in the context of your comment.

FioBla 4:17 pm 10 Apr 13

A/S/L?

devils_advocate 4:13 pm 10 Apr 13

johnboy said :

They don’t all stay married forever

Also 34 year-old women are about 10 years too old.

arescarti42 3:21 pm 10 Apr 13

“In good news for me the Bureau of Statistics has declared the average ACT woman to be right in the ballpark.”

Statistically speaking, she’s also married JB……..or is that not a dealbreaker?

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