Canadian leaves Aussie in stitches after brutally roasting slang and quirks down-and-down in the video: “Yeah, no.” Yes Yes
- Laura Ramoso makes fun of Australian tourists
- She said Australian phrases with a nasty fake accent
A Canadian woman made fun of tourists returning from a visit to Australia and drank some common Australian sayings and customs.
Laura Ramoso has gained a large following online for her hilarious skits and has recently been targeting Australians.
Dressed in a red swimsuit and pink makeup covering her body to look like a bad sunburn, Laura Ramoso mocked people who came home from holiday in Down Under and started using classic Australian sayings with a fake accent.
“How ya going?” She said before complaining about the sunburn, asking where the “servo” is and ordering a “flat white” coffee.
Laura also made fun of the way Australians say “no” and pretended to hang out after she ate a spoonful of the beloved Aussie Vegemite.
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With pink makeup covering her body to look like a sunburn, Laura Ramoso (pictured) mocked people returning from a trip in Down Under and started using Australian sayings with a fake accent
“Where’s ya’s service? Would I like a coffee? Oh my God no, I’ll have a flat white,” Laura said in a faux Australian accent online. section Titled “That Girl Who Just Got Back From Australia”.
“What, do I have an accent?” I asked and then broke into a rant about how long it would take to fly to Australia.
“You don’t know about long-haul flights until you’ve flown to Straya. I’ve been in the air 36 hours, on the ground seven hours, and back in the air…,” she said before the edit cut her short.
Then I scoffed at tourists who claim not to go to the ‘tourist areas’ but head straight to Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
Laura checked out a few more Aussie phrases in her forced accent including: “Oh, she was cracking,” “The Gold Coast lives!” and “Yeah, nah. Yeah, yeah.”
The TikTok comedian pretended to complain about having to wear shoes.
“What do you mean I have to wear boots here? North America and its system. Well, I’ll wear my revolution,” she said.
Have you heard of Vegemite? This stuff is basically yogurt to me, said Laura, before pretending to eat a spoonful of yogurt and a mask.
She upset people who complained about dangerous “sharks, spiders and wildlife” in Australia, and then joked that she had to be “resuscitated twice” during her “trip”.
Why does everyone wear coats? Oh my God, I completely forgot that when summer is there, winter is here. “No worries!” Laura joked before exclaiming.
Things North American tourists say after visiting Australia
- “How ya going?”
- “Where’s ya service?”
- do i want coffee Oh my god no, I’ll take a flat white”
- “What, do I have an accent?”
- “You don’t know about long-haul flights until you fly to Straya. I was in the air for 36 hours, on the ground for seven hours, and back in the air…”
- “I made sure to stay away from all the touristy spots, so we started at Bondi Beach.”
- “Oh it was cracked”
- “Gold Coast Living!”
- “Yeah, nah… nah, yeah… yeah.”
- “What do you mean I have to wear shoes here? North America and its system, well I’ll go put my thongs on
- Have you heard of Vegemite? This stuff is basically yogurt to me.”
- Sharks, spiders, wildlife, blah blah blah, “I’m afraid of wildlife”
- “I had to resuscitate her twice.”
- Why does everyone wear coats? Oh my God, I completely forgot that when summer is there, winter is here.”
- “Do not worry”
Her clip quickly went viral with over 19.1 million views across TikTok and Instagram and Australian residents and tourists alike were in stitches.
“The piece of Bondi beach made me cry. I promise there are 12 billion better beaches than Bondi here, please spare,” one Sydney resident replied.
Another viewer wrote: “Oh my gosh, but that trip to Australia is actually pure hell.”
Australians are watching this… wait? Are we like this? (Sip a flat white, kick thongs *off their feet*, shrug his shoulders. Check the story.) A third laughed.
“I’m after watching one episode of Bluey,” someone else joked.
Others liked the “accuracy” of Laura’s skit while one said even though the sunburn was fake, it “still brought up painful memories.”
I studied abroad there for six months. I can confirm that this was me. I also ended up in a hospital off the UNSW campus being treated for a horrific sunburn. Another viewer commented.
I went to Oz to visit my white family. They told me to use sunscreen. I’m brown and cocky so I said, “No I’m fine.” I came home with blisters covering my body. I was basically microwaved, add a second.