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Though soon proven not to be supernatural, the light in the sky did reveal a secret.




"I was just being a cool, calm mum, telling the kids: 'There's nothing to worry about,'" she told the BBC.


"But in my head I'm like, what the hell is that?"


It turned out to be light emanating from a cannabis farm just outside the town of Mildura, in northern Victoria.


But like other stunned locals, Ms Szumowski's mind initially went elsewhere - was it an alien invasion? An asteroid?


"Mum's on the phone and Dad's in the background going: 'I better hurry up and eat my tea because the world's ending.'"


"And Mum's like: 'What's the point of eating your tea if the world's ending?'"



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6 minutes ago, Oberon said:

Australiana eat their fucking tea? 


Some Aussies refer to the evening meal as "tea" and the afternoon/midday meal as "dinner".


To make things more confusing, in many former British colonies, there is a mid-afternoon snack that can also be referred to as "tea time".

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