– G’day, this is USA versus
Australia Word Battle. – We’re the United States. – The United States of America. – Thank you so much for being here. – Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. (upbeat music) (bell dinging) – What do you guys think that is? – I think it’s a redneck. – That’s a bogan.
– That is a bogan. – That’s definitely a bogan. – Wearing a wife beater. – Close to a redneck though. – So, a bogan is an Australian redneck? – Yes.
– Yeah, pretty much. (bell dinging) – Fanny pack. – What?
– That’s a bum bag. – That is a fanny pack. I call it a fanny pack. – It’s a bum bag. Why are you calling it a fanny pack? – Why do you call it a fanny pack? – I’ve always called it a fanny pack. – Alex has lived in America for too long. – He’s lived in America for too long. – You guys wear them over here? – Or you can just wear it up here. – Like on the side, the side over here. – Wait, is it called a fanny pack because you wear it on the front? – No, like a fanny, dude. Like your fanny. (bell dinging) – Lawn mower.
– Whipper snipper. – Lawn mower.
– That’s a whipper snipper. – A whipper snipper? Lawn mower. – A whippa snippa! – Have you never heard that old man thing? Get off my lawn you
young whipper snippers! – Oh! – Whipper snappers?
– Whipper snipper, yeah. (bell dinging) – Outhouse.
– Outhouse. – Shitter (laughs). – Outdoor shitter. – Actually, wait, what
do we call that again? – I don’t know.
– I’ve completely forgotten. – Dunny! – That’s, aw, it’s a dunny.
– Dunny, it’s the dunny. (bell dinging) – Tater tots.
– Tater tots. – Oh, potato gems. – Potato gems?
– Potato gems? – You guys, you don’t have potato gems? – Potato gems? – Because when you bite them,
there’s like, it’s all shiny inside from all the grease. – Oh that’s cute. – I just made that up, I
don’t know if that’s real. (bell dinging) – Fries. – Chips.
– Chips. – Like I like my chips,
and I got my fries. Why are you combining them? – The English call them crisps. (bell dinging) Those are chips.
– Those are chips. – Those are chips, too (laughs). – I’m seeing the problem now. (bell dinging) – Wasted. – That’s an Australian
stereotype, wankered. – Munted, mortaled. – Ah, mortaled.
– Buckled. (bell dinging) – It’s a bottle-o. – A bottle-o? – What’s a bottle-o? – A liquor store. – It’s where you purchase your piss from. – Yeah mate. (bell dinging) – Oh, corn dog. – Wait, what do you call them again? – Dagwood dogs. – Why do you call it a Dagwood dog? – I didn’t make it up, man,
I just live in the place. (bell dinging) – Oh, it’s a goon bag. – That’s a goon bag!
– A goon bag! – That looks like an aluminum pillow. – It’s essentially an
aluminum bag of wine. – It’s very cheap. – The art of the goon bag is you go and you drink the goon bag, and then you fall asleep,
but you have a pillow now. – So it’s all very community,
– That’s the concept. – Focused approach. (bell dinging) – Swimsuit. – See, this is gonna be interesting because we’re all from different parts. See we call those togs from Queensland. – Board shorts.
– Board shorts. – Boardies, yeah boardies. – Trunks, right?
– Trunks. (bell dinging) ♪ Australians all let us rejoice ♪ ♪ For we are young and free ♪ ♪ With golden soil and ♪ – Go watch The Society!