The Try Guys give Australian slang a red hot crack
Now we’re going to play ‘Guess that Australian Slang’ We’re slinging slang Zach are you ready? Ned my man, I was born ready “Hey mate, have you seen my budgie smugglers?” I’m sorry, could you repeat that one? Ok, this is a family friendly show
We should not be talking about budgie smugglers here there might be children watching A budgie smuggler is a person who brings in international cars and does not go through the correct permitting process and sells illegal international vehicles I think that refers to a handsome bulge You are so f*cking good at this Thank you! Yeah, wow, so yeah, I hear that Australia has a huge international car market problem
“She’s flat out like a lizard drinking” Maybe it’s positive, because here you respect and admire the wildlife So, she’s flat out like a lizard drinking — she’s a boss-arse bitch She is sunbathing, and she is sunbathing on her belly to get her entire back, buttocks, thighs and calf muscles nice and bronzed She’s in control, that’s an empowered woman
I like that I think ‘flat out like a lizard drinking’ is like, “Lady boss” Boom! That’s crazy you got that right “To be working very hard” Hey! Wow!
“He’s getting the rough end of the pineapple” We know where that rough end’s going And that would hurt “He’s getting the rough end of the pineapple,” that means when you’re at a buffet and you’re, like, there five minutes before the buffet ends and you only get the scraps that are left, including the rough end of the pineapple I think that means you’re getting —
Both going in and coming out You’re getting boned by life Absolutely correct Yeah! “What’s the John Dory?” What’s the story morning glory?
John Dory John Dory, is that a ship? Is that a type of fish? The John Dory is a competing line to John Deere, which is a popular American tractor company John Dory… Rhymes with story
You know, like, that’s like, “How’s it going?” And they drive it on the other side of the road They drive is on the other side — well actually they plough the other side of the field first Ah, “What’s the story!” Morning glory! Right on
And finally, “You’re carrying on like a pork chop” “Carrying on like a pork chop” What would a pork chop — how would a pork chop be carryied on? So, this slang actually dates all the way back to the Nickelodeon show ‘Doug’ Porkchop was Doug’s dog I mean, I imagine this is just someone that’s just like, “Blah blah blah, joke joke joke, commentary”
They’re just talking your ear off, “Carrying on like a pork chop” I love — you guys have so much slang for everything And again Keith, that is 100 for 100 You have aced this test Welcome, you are now an Australian citizen I’ve been slinging slang since the slang was first slung