An American man is shocked after eating a Bunnings sausage for the first time.
DJ duo Xavier Di Petta and Nick Iavarone, colloquially known collectively as ‘Party Shirt’, recently took their first trip to a Bunnings Warehouse sausage roll while on tour in Australia.
The staple Australian snack usually consists of a sausage between a bun or white bread, topped with fried onion and sauce.
Nick dipped his sausage in tomato sauce and mustard and took a big bite for his first impression.
The musician spent a few seconds processing before blurting out, “F**k yeah!”
An American man is shocked after eating a Bunnings sausage for the first time
Xavier decided to film his friend attempting the famous Bunnings problem and document his invaluable response.
The duo chose a local warehouse in Port Phillip for their first taste.
Hundreds of people were quick to praise the Aussie favorite snack.
“I don’t know why, but they resonate differently,” said one man. “Even if you’re having a barbecue at home — Bunning’s snags just hit.”
“It’s always a 10 out of 10,” said another.
“Aussie sausages are superior to those from abroad,” a third wrote.
One woman said, “Welcome to Australia, you passed the taste test.”
Several even admitted that they came to Bunnings regularly just for the sausages, not because they needed to buy anything from the shopkeeper.
“I go for the snags every weekend,” one man said. “They’re simply the best.”
“I’m literally there every Saturday morning for my sausages,” added another.
American travelers were also impressed by Australia’s iconic coffee.
Australian Olympic water polo player Tilly Kearns said she told her American friend Justin Dedich that Australian coffee was “much better” than what is served in the US, but he “didn’t believe her.”
After landing in Sydney for a week, the American athlete decided to take Justin to try a cappuccino.
In one video, Justin stirs the velvety coffee before smelling it, taking a sip, and passing judgment.
“It’s all right, Matilda, it’s all right,” he said.
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Olympic water polo player Tilly Kearns said she told her American boyfriend Justin Dedich (pictured) that Australian coffee was “much better” than what’s served in the US, but he “didn’t believe her”
Tilly, the daughter of Rugby Union legend Phil Kearns, then laughs at her boyfriend’s reaction.
Dozens of people quickly took to the comments to berate Justin — who attends USC in California with Tilly and plays college football — for stirring the coffee.
“Now teach him to stop stirring and sip through the froth,” one wrote.
“He stirs the coffee, he should have his visa revoked,” said another.
“His face says it all on that second sip,” wrote a third.
“He shouldn’t have stirred lol but Oz coffee is the best,” added another.
“They don’t make real coffee in the US at all, it’s all filtered disappointment in a cup,” a fifth wrote.
In June, an American tourist was criticized online for claiming that Australian coffee ‘isn’t worth the hype’.
Travel blogger Erin Fang posted a video to TikTok of her top four things tourists shouldn’t do when they land in Australia, telling them not to fall for the coffee.
Her clip has been viewed more than 120,000 times and received a flood of reactions from outraged Australians.
In the clip, she first advises tourists not to go to the Opera House for photos, but instead hop on the Manly Ferry for the best view of Sydney’s iconic landmark.
“Next time don’t fall for the coffee. Honestly, we heard Melbourne had the best coffee, but it just didn’t live up to the hype,” said Erin, who spent a month traveling Australia.
“But if you must spend one, definitely go for Patricia’s.”
Travel blogger Erin Fang (pictured left) was criticized after saying he shouldn’t fall for coffee while in Australia in a now-viral TikTok clip