British man calls out Aussies over common act nearly everyone does after he moved Down Under: ‘There is something actually wrong with Australians’
- British man shocked by aggressive nature Australians greet each other
- Ryan Frank posted video to TikTok detailing interaction between two mates
- Pair used swear words to address their friend – shocking the UK resident
A British man is shocked over how much Australians swear in day to day conversations.
Ryan Frank, who moved from the UK to Sydney, posted a video to his TikTok revealing his shock at the amount of swearing that goes on Down Under after witnessing an interaction between two mates.
‘There is something actually wrong with Australians,’ he said in the clip. ‘I was at the shop, and this is how the two Aussies greeted each other: ‘Hey John, you f***ing idiot. Hey Matty, you pr***.
Ryan Frank posted a video to his TikTok revealing his shock at how Aussies speak to each other after witnessing an alarming interaction between two mates.
‘When I saw this I thought they were going to fight, then I realised it’s actually normal to swear in Australia.’
Ryan, said she was shocked by the casual insulting between Aussies and suggested the exchange wouldn’t go down well in other countries.
‘If you were doing this in Africa or any other place your head would be chopped off,’ he said in the TikTok video.
‘Australians are actually a different breed, what is wrong with these people,’ he said.
‘You could go anywhere else in the world, but Australia would be the only place where you find people swearing at people as normal.
‘Even the kids do this to their parents!
He also said that ‘anything in Australia can be used as an insult’.
‘Australian insults are not normal, people will call you a muffin, a dingo, a kangaroo, a tool, where do you come up with these things?’
‘When I saw this I thought they were going to fight, then I realised it’s actually normal to swear in Australia,’ the Brit said of the exchange
The clip has been viewed more than 80,000 times, with commenters saying the greetings were normal practice in Australia.
‘We use swearing as a term of endearment,’ one person said.
‘The harsher the swear word the closer the relationship,’ another Aussie commented.
‘Yeah nah, it’s when we’re polite that you need to worry,’ a woman responded.
Another said: ‘I just swore at my teacher this year and she swore back.’