Canadian leaves Aussies in stitches after savagely roasting the slang terms and quirks Down Under in video: ‘Yeah, nah. Nah, yeah’
- Laura Ramoso pokes fun at Australian tourists
- She said Aussie phrases in a bad, fake accent
A Canadian woman has poked fun at tourists who have returned from a visit to Australia and roasted some common Aussie sayings and customs.
Laura Ramoso has gained a huge following online for her hilarious skits and she recently took aim at Australians.
In a red swimsuit and pink makeup covering her body to look like a bad sunburn, Laura Ramoso mocked people who come home from a holiday in Down Under and start using classic Aussie sayings with a fake accent.
‘How ya goin’?’ she says before complaining about her sunburn, asking where the ‘servo’ is and requesting a ‘flat white’ coffee.
Laura also parodied the way Australians say the word ‘No’ and pretended to gag after having a spoonful of the beloved Aussie spread Vegemite.
With pink makeup covering her body to look like sunburn, Laura Ramoso (pictured) mocked people who return from a trip in Down Under and start using Aussie sayings with a fake accent
‘Where’s the serve-o? Do I want a coffee? Oh god no, I’ll have a flat white,’ Laura said in a phoney Aussie accent in an online clip with the heading ‘That one girl who just got back from Australia’.
‘What, do I have an accent?’ she asked then launched into a rant about how long it takes to fly to Australia.
‘You don’t know about long haul flights until you’ve flown to ‘STRALYA. I was in the air for 36 hours, on the ground for seven, back in the air…’ she said before the edit cut her off.
She then made fun of tourists who claim not to go to the ‘touristy areas’ but head straight to Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
Laura cycled through some more Australian phrases in her forced accent including: ‘Oh it was cracking’, ‘Gold Coast living!’ and ‘Yeah, nah. Nah, yeah’.
The TikTok comedian pretended to complain about having to wear shoes.
‘What do you mean I have to wear shoes here? North America and its regime. Fine, I’ll go put on my thongs,’ she said.
‘Ever heard of Vegemite? This stuff is basically yoghurt to me,’ Laura said before pretending to eat a spoonful of the spread and gagging.
She teased people who complain about the dangerous ‘sharks, spiders and wildlife’ in Australia then joked she had to be ‘resuscitated twice’ during her ‘trip’.
‘Why is everyone wearing coats? Oh my god, I totally forgot that when it’s summer there, it’s winter here. Also this sunburn is my jacket,’ Laura joked before exclaiming ‘It’s no worries!’.
Things North American tourists say after visiting Australia
- ‘How ya goin’?’
- ‘Where’s the serve-o?’
- ‘Do I want a coffee? Oh god no, I’ll have a flat white’
- ‘What, do I have an accent?’
- ‘You don’t know about long haul flights until you’ve flown to ‘STRALYA. I was in the air for 36 hours, on the ground for seven, back in the air…’
- ‘I made sure to stay out of all the touristy areas so we started off at Bondi Beach’
- ‘Oh it was cracking’
- ‘Gold Coast Living!’
- ‘Yeah, nah… nah, yeah… yeah’
- ‘What do you mean I have to wear shoes here? North America and its regime, fine I’ll go put on my thongs’
- ‘Ever heard of Vegemite? This stuff is basically yoghurt to me’
- ‘Sharks, spiders, wildlife, blah blah blah, ‘I’m scared of the wildlife”
- ‘I had to be resuscitated twice’
- ‘Why is everyone wearing coats? Oh my god, I totally forgot that when it’s summer there, it’s winter here’
- ‘It’s no worries’
Her clip quickly went viral racking up more than 19.1million views across TikTok and Instagram and had both Australian residents and tourists alike in stitches.
‘The Bondi beach bit had me wailing. I promise there’s 12billion better beaches than Bondi here, y’all please branch out,’ a Sydneysider replied.
‘Oh god but that flight to Australia is actually pure hell,’ another viewer wrote.
‘Australians watching this… wait? Are we like this? (Sips flat white, kicks thongs *off their feet*, shrugs. Story checks out),’ laughed a third.
‘Me after watching one episode of Bluey,’ someone else joked.
Others loved the ‘accuracy’ of Laura’s skit while one person said despite the sunburn being fake it ‘still brought up painful memories’.
‘Did study abroad there for six months. Can confirm this was me. I also ended up in a hospital just off of UNSW campus to be treated for a horrific sunburn. You nailed my likeness,’ another viewer commented.
‘Went to Oz to visit my white family. They told me to use sunscreen. I’m brown and cocky so I said, ‘Nah I’m good’. Came home with blisters covering my body. I was essentially microwaved,’ added a second.
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