British man Ryan Frank calls out Australians over common act nearly everyone does
British man calls out Aussies over common deed almost everyone does after moving Down Under: ‘There’s something really wrong with Australians’
- British man shocked by aggressive nature Australians greet each other
- Ryan Frank posted a video on TikTok describing the interaction between two friends
- Couple used swear words to address their friend – shocking to UK resident
A British man is shocked at how many Australians swear in daily conversations.
Ryan Frank, who moved to Sydney from the UK, posted a video on his TikTok showing that he was shocked by the amount of swearing going on Down Under after witnessing an interaction between two friends.
“There’s something really wrong with Australians,” he said in the clip. “I was at the store, and this is how the two Aussies greeted each other: ‘Hey John, you fucking idiot. Hey Matty, you pr***.
Ryan Frank posted a video on his TikTok showing how shocked the Aussies are talking to each other after witnessing an alarming interaction between two friends.
“When I saw this I thought they were going to fight, then I realized it’s normal to swear in Australia.”
Ryan, said she was shocked at the casual insult between Aussies and suggested the exchange wouldn’t go down well in other countries.
“If you did this in Africa or anywhere else, your head would be chopped off,” he said in the TikTok video.
“Australians are actually a different race, what’s wrong with these people,” he said.
“You could go anywhere in the world, but Australia would be the only place where you normally abuse people.
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 call you a muffin, a dingo, a kangaroo, a tool, where do you make those things up?”
“When I saw this I thought they were going to fight, then I realized it’s normal to swear in Australia,” the Briton said of the exchange.
The clip has been viewed more than 80,000 times, with commentators saying the greetings were common in Australia.
“We use swearing as an expression of affection,” said one person.
“The louder the swear word, the closer the relationship,” commented another Aussie.
“Yes, no, if we’re polite, you should be concerned,” a woman replied.
Another said, “I just swore at my teacher this year and she swore back.”