American expat reveals Australian things he can’t live without

0


An American expat living in Melbourne has revealed Australian inventions he can’t live without, including Tim Tams, Wifi and Google Maps.

In a recent TikTok video, Adam Foskey from Georgia, USA spoke about the life changing products that have come out of Australia.

“I just want to go over a few things that were invented in Australia that I can’t live without,” he said with his distinct accent.

Scroll down for video

American expat living in Melbourne revealed Australian inventions he can’t live without, including TimTams, Wifi and Google Maps

In a recent TikTok video, Adam Foskey from Georgia, USA spoke about the life changing products that have come out of Australia.

In a recent TikTok video, Adam Foskey from Georgia, USA spoke about the life changing products that have come out of Australia.

“The first thing we have is wifi and on behalf of everyone in the world thank you Australia,” he said in the recent video.

“Second, we have Tim Tams, especially the all chocolate ones. I love sweets, so you all know I love them, ”he said.

The expat, who has previously shared viral videos about his life in Australia, also added Google Maps to his list.

“Without it I wouldn’t be able to navigate some of these Australian streets, especially some of these intersections,” he said.

The last thing on his list was McCafe who he said “changed the whole McDonald’s game”.

And people were okay with his list, especially “number two, Tim Tams”.

He included Google Maps and Wifi on his list of inventions he can't live without

Some people joked about the wifi line and said it didn't work in most countries in Australia.

He included Google Maps and Wifi on his list of inventions he can’t live without

He also said that McCafe, which was invented in Australia

He also said that McCafe, which was invented in Australia “changed the face of McDonalds

“Yum, the double layered Tim Tams are the best,” one person wrote.

While another offered frozen caramel, Tim Tams was the king of cookies.

Others laughed at the list.

“It’s hilarious that we invented wifi, but you can’t get good wifi in most countries,” said one woman.

Another fan came up with his own list of “must-see” inventions from Australia.

Including medical penicillin, inflatable slides on the side of the plane and the cochlear ear implant.

Recently, the American expat shared Australia’s unwritten rules, much to the delight of his fans.

He said he advises all overseas residents to pick up four habits if they want to fit in with “really blue” Australians.

These include standing at the streetcar ramp, taking a coffee order that you always pass, and walking on the left side of paths and escalators.

Mr Foskey also recommends following an AFL team or at least understanding the sport so that he can participate in the annual Grand Final parties, which he says are “always a good time”.

The most important lesson Mr Foskey said he has learned is to always hold on to something while taking the tram around Melbourne.

“I had to learn this the hard way. We rounded that corner at 90 miles an hour, next thing I know I’m slumped on the ground with 10 other people, ”he said.

Mr Foskey’s observation is grossly exaggerated, as statistics from network operator Yarra Trams show that trams move slowly through the Victorian capital at an average speed of just 10 miles per hour.

Mr Foskey said he had learned to hang on to the tram tracks (pictured) since moving to Melbourne

He also has a must-have coffee order

Mr Foskey said he had learned to hang on to the tram tracks (left) and order coffee (right) since moving to Melbourne.

Then he encouraged viewers to stay on the left side when traveling around the city.

“It’s just going to help smooth the traffic,” he said.

Mr Foskey then urged viewers to pick a favorite AFL team, as Australians are more than likely to ask who you support.

“Also try to follow the AFL throughout the year, because the nights of the Grand Final are always a good time,” he said.

Finally, Mr Foskey said Australians drink “a lot of coffee” so it’s best to have a regular order to save time in the queue.

“Mine is a long, icy black,” he said.


Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.