You know you’re from Koroit when ...

John "the Boot Maker" Borysenko celebrates St Patrick's Day in Koroit.
John "the Boot Maker" Borysenko celebrates St Patrick's Day in Koroit.

If you live in Koroit, or have in the past, take a look at this list and see how many you agree with.

You know you’re from Koroit when …

You consider yourself Irish even if your background says otherwise.

You know there is a second meaning to morning, noon and night in Koroit.

You know that “Safety Pins” was a person and one of few words.

You’ve heard about the ghost which supposedly haunts the old train station.

James Purcell and Glenys Phillpot at the old train station.

James Purcell and Glenys Phillpot at the old train station.

You remember catching the midnight bus back to Koroit on a Saturday night after a few bevvies.

You remember that one time Koroit hosted a rodeo.

You’ve spent at least one school holidays picking spuds.

Koroit, a green and pleasant land.

Koroit, a green and pleasant land.

You cringe if anyone says they don’t like potatoes.

You’ve experienced the what seems like a 10C drop in temperature when heading to Killarney Beach.

You’ve had a koala in your backyard at least once.