Patriotically basted in the goon trough of Australian values, this book is as fundamentally Strayan as bowling your final over underarm, not asking awkward questions about what's in your meat pie, and naming a swimming pool after Harold Holt.
Conveniently omitting all areas not relating to Australia, Strayapedia provides definitive alternative facts about Tony Abbott, AC/DC, Canberra, Kylie Minogue, the Hills hoist, Bob Hawke, Hey Hey It's Saturday, Ned Kelly, koalas, Akubras and Shane Warne - among many other certified dinky-di topics.
If you want to pass a citizenship test, or win a trivia night hosted by Cory Bernardi, Strayapedia is as valuable as a tiny apartment in Sydney.
What they said about Strayapedia*
*These quotes are as factual as the rest of this book.
'Sorry, I cannot recall reading it.'
Cardinal George Pell
'This is a disgusting, defamatory book which unfortunately doesn't mention me.'
'I wanted to endorse Strayapedia, but my backbench thought otherwise.'
'Buy this book, unless CBS buys it first.'
'This book contains wrecking, undermining and sniping.'
'This book should be covered up at all times.'
'This book made me wish I'd renounced my Australian citizenship instead.' Barnaby Joyce
'I have empirical evidence that this book does not exist.'
Senator* Malcolm Roberts
*at the time of writing
Dom Knight is one of the founders of The Chaser, and as a writer on most of their projects he was definitely responsible for all of the jokes you liked and none of the bad ones. In recent years he's also presented serious programmes on ABC Radio and a silly one on Triple M.