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People From Across the World Hilariously Try to Replicate Australian Accent.

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Sara Martinez





People from across the world have been captured trying to replicate an authentic Australian term by traveler Kieran Murray during his six month continent-hopping holiday. Travelling through America, Europe and Asia, the young Australian man decided to make his holiday slightly more memorable by asking people he met to try and convincingly repeat after him, all the while filming their responses.

Despite how simple the term ‘G’Day Mate! How you going?’ is, people from across the world from Eastern Texas to Berlin struggle to come to terms with it and hilarity ensues when Kieren’s new friends attempt the phrase, certainly not without effort, but without any real results. Only a small handful come anywhere close to sounding authentically Australian.


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Some barely seemed to know what in the world he was talking about, while others have come up with some pretty cool versions of their own that would have any native Australian in hysterics. I bet most don’t think it’s that hard to do a good Aussie imitation, but you’ll be surprised at how strange the accent really is. Why don’t you give it a try some time, and have yourself a good laugh!


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Around the world Kieran Murray was confronted with everything from being asked what language he’s speaking, being asked to repeat it a bit slower to being met with what sounds like complete nonsense, the results will undoubtedly make you laugh.

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Credits: Kieran Murray

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The Bacon Shield and 28 Hilarious Ideas by People Who Take Problem Solving To A Whole New Level.

These hilarious ideas deserve a round of applause…

Jessa Ventures



Have you ever encounter a problem you thought you can't possibly solve? When you can't think of credible ways, will you resort to these hilarious answers instead? Here are 29 funny, extreme, unique and outrageous ways to solve a problem. Some sure got me asking like "How come I didn't think of that?." Desperate times indeed call for desperate measures just like the images below.

Number 9 is so clever but I can't get over #27 and #28. Too cute and funny. Check it out! Forget your problems and just laugh.

#1. I should have known.


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Parents Explain to Their Kids How Babies are Made and Things Go Hilariously Awkward!

“Mommy and Daddy took off our clothes… and did a special dance.”

Glory Bastalino



The birds and the bees: This is probably the most awkward conversation for all of us, as our parents fumble around explaining to us the shocking truth about “how babies are made.” Yep, it's so awkward that most parents always prefer to avoid having such conversation. But at the end of the day, learning about sexuality is a normal part of child development, and answering your child's questions in an honest, age-appropriate way is the best strategy. Eventually, it's a parent's job to correct their child's misconceptions about where the babies came from.

Nobody definitely likes "the talk" - it's so uncomfortable whether you're the parent or the kid. But it turns out that watching other parents explain sex to their kids is hilarious.

This video from showed us how awkward it is, when moms and dads try to set the record straight about the birds and bees with their cute, innocent kids. You’ll be amazed how these kids react when their parents start sorting out how the baby gets inside the tummy and how the baby gets out.

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15 Month-Old Baby Had a Cute Argument with Her Daddy

This 15-month-old puts her dad in his place. Cutest argument ever!

Raff Santos



Having an argument with your parents is just normal in the family. From time to time, there will be disagreement, indifference and conflicting opinions. Arguments are very helpful since it can pave a way for everyone to express themselves. Parents should be very open to this. Otherwise, their children will most likely become very eager to leave the house as soon as they reach the legal age. It might lead to disagreement and dispute but what the heck, it is part of being a family. What is important is that you teach them how it should be and help them express their minds and hearts, to voice out their opinion and ideas. Believe me, they will thank you for that when they get old.

Just like this father-daughter argument in the video. Lola was doing an argument with her dad. Her dad asked her to get down from the table because it's not safe. With some gibberish, Lola argued with her dad about that simple matter. Well, I couldn't really understand what Lola is trying to say because she's just a 15-month-old baby. But it's so amusing to watch a baby argued with her dad.

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