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Youtube sensation reveals commonly googled questions about Australia

A Youtube sensation has revealed the most commonly Googled questions about Australia.

Young Queensland entrepreneur Brianne Worth took to the video streaming platform to reveal the answers in a video titled ‘Australian answers most commonly googled questions about Australia’. 

The vlogger covers everything from why Australians say mate to how Aussies celebrate Christmas in the hilarious video.

Young Queensland entrepreneur Brianne Worth took to the video streaming platform to reveal the answers

Young Queensland entrepreneur Brianne Worth took to the video streaming platform to reveal the answers

Why do Australians say mate?

This one stumped Ms Worth so she took to Google for the answers.

‘Men use mate, women never do,’ she read from her computer screen.

‘Men should never say mate to a woman or you’re likely to get slapped down or hated forever.’

Mateship is derived from mate, meaning friend. It is an Australian cultural idiom that embodies equality, loyalty and friendship.

How do Australians celebrate Christmas?

Ms Worth answered: ‘With heat stroke and alcoholism.’

‘We sit in 30C to 40C heat, but despite the fact we are sitting in a pile of sweat we still eat all the traditional foods that British people and Americans eat, like roasts, doesn’t make any sense.

Ever wondered how Australians celebrate Christmas? 

Ever wondered how Australians celebrate Christmas? 

How do Australians dress?

Ms Worth said Australian dress sense depends on the person.

‘I think Australian dress sense swings from super bogan and barely dressed to really nicely dressed,’ she says.

‘You can be walking down the street and have one person be really well put together and then the next person has more holes in their pants than teeth in their mouth.’

Ms Worth said Australian dress sense depends on the person

Ms Worth said Australian dress sense depends on the person

Do Australians need a visa for Bali?

Ms Worth correctly explains that if you are an Australian citizen and stay in Bali less than 30 days you do not need a visa.

Does Australia have alligators?

Ms Worth correctly explains crocodiles are found in the tropical north of Australia, while the American alligator is found in the south-east United States.

‘Alligators are for p******, we have crocodiles,’ she says.

‘Were home to the largest living animal on the planet and scariest on the planet in my opinion- the salt water crocodile.’

Ms Worth correctly explains crocodiles are found in the tropical north of Australia, while the American alligator is found in the south-east United States 

Ms Worth correctly explains crocodiles are found in the tropical north of Australia, while the American alligator is found in the south-east United States 

Why is Australia so expensive?

‘It’s really hard to get anything here, we live on an Island in the middle of nowhere,’ Ms Worth says.

Do Australians like Americans? 

Ms Worth says: ‘Yea as a whole.’ 

‘You have much bigger pizzas sizes than us so you’re doing that right.

 ‘We should meet up and take notes, you can have our our gun control ideas and we can take your pizza.’ 

Does Australia Post deliver on weekends? 

With more and more people online shopping Australians are keen to know if the national carrier delivers on weekends. 

Ms Worth says: ‘Australia Post barley delivers anything ever.’ 

But according to the Australia post website ‘Saturday Delivery is available on Express Post parcels which are sent on Friday before the cut-off time within the defined Express Post Saturday Delivery area within your State.’ 

Ms Worth correctly explains that if you are an Australian citizen and stay in Bali less than 30 days you do not need a visa

Ms Worth correctly explains that if you are an Australian citizen and stay in Bali less than 30 days you do not need a visa

 

 

 



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