– Crikey, do you see that stubby holder? – Let’s talk about that. (groovy theme music) Good mythical morning. – G’day mate.
– G’day. – I reckon today’s a bloody
great day to take a trip to the land down under. Of course, I’m talking about Australia. – Yes.
– And what you don’t know, is that we Aussies have a lot of slang that you have no idea of, alright. – I’d like to apologize
on behalf of Rhett to all of our Australian friends.
– What? – What I think he’s trying
to say is that there’s lots of slang used in Australia, and he’s gonna test me on it today. – Let’s play You Don’t Need to Be a Dingo to Speak This Lingo. Why are you apologizing, I mean that’s the perfect Australian accent. – I’m clapping, I’m clapping for you. – I worked on it all weekend. – This is great. – Okay, Link, I’m only gonna
use the Australian accent when I’m demonstrating
the slang, because I mean doing that much of a
spot-on Australian accent might intimidate the actual
Aussies who are watching. – Well it seems exhausting, like the level of energy required. – That’s 90$ of it.
– You’re burying calories trying to work that out. – Okay, so it is very
simple, I’m going to give you some Aussie slang, you’re
going to tell me what it means, there’s multiple choices. You have three lifelines, one is a dingo ate two of
my answers, that’s 50-50. One is ask an Outback Steakhouse waiter, we actually got one of those, we arranged it with the Outback. – They’re all very smart. – Or you can get a hint on the barbie. – Hint on the barbie.
– Where a hint will come out on the barbie. If you get five out of
eight of these correct, you win a song from Mike
and Alex on the didgeridoo, that is an Australian instrument, and I’m sure it will be lovely. – Hit me. – Here we go, me mate,
Kangaroo Willy could really use a haircut and a new pair of
jeans, cause he’s starting to look like a bogan.
– A bogan. Is a bogan a hippie, a redneck, a homeless person, or Brooke Hogan. – Is that The Hulkster’s daughter? – Yeah it is. She’s a lot of woman. – Man, hippie or, I’m
thinking hippie or redneck for this one, a bogan. An Australian redneck,
they talk about rednecks down there, so I’m gonna go with redneck. – Bingo, or dingo Link, you’re right. The technical definition
is a derogatory word used to describe a person
whose speech, clothing, attitude, and behavior
exemplify values and behavior considered unrefined, or unsophisticated. And no bogan has ever
described themself in that way. – No they haven’t. – Good start. – Well, I got one right. – Did you get a load of
Dingo Dan’s stubby holder? Dingo Dan is me other mate. Is a stubby holder,
– Stubby holder. – Stubby holder.
– Stubby holder. – No, that’s Cockney,
there’s a slight difference. Is it a pencil case, an ashtray, a beverage koozie, or tighty-whities? – Don’t you mean whitey-tighties? I’m feeling pretty strong
about this one that, man, I could see it being tighty-whities. I think, is a stubby a, like a beer? – A beer? – I’m gonna go with ashtray,
because it’s the burnt end of a cigar is a stubby. – You should have gone
with your instincts Link because it’s C, beverage
koozie, and you’re, – Oh it is?
– The koozie man. I would thought you
would totally know this. – There was a time in my life, – He would not, there was
a time you wouldn’t drink. – I had a cabinet of
koozies, just I don’t like my hand to get cold. – He wouldn’t touch a cold can. You’d go over to his
house, I mean everything, sometimes he just had em
on his hands like mittens. On a hot summer day in the
Outback, there’s nothing I enjoy more than a refreshing paddle pop. – Paddle pop.
– A paddle pop. – A paddle pop is a spanking. – A carbonated drink, a frozen
treat, a swim in the lake, or a knee injury received
while paddle boating? It happens, pop right out of joint. – Carbonated drink, like a soda pop. Paddle pop,
– Paddle pop. – Why don’t you pop in the
pond for a little paddle, that’s a stretch, swim in the lake. I don’t know, something’s telling me, I want a dingo to eat two of these babies. – Okay, Link, the dingo ate A and D. – Ooh, okay.
– You’re left with B and C. – That didn’t help me much. I’m still gonna go with swim in the lake, because, I don’t know, the
other two are too similar. – Because you’re wrong. It’s actually a frozen
treat, so in the same way that here in the US, we have,
– Like a popsicle. – A popsicle and it’s
so ubiquitous that now it’s a brand name, but everyone
calls it something else. In Australia, it’s a
paddle pop, and that is basically what they call a popsicle, it’s kind of like a fudgsicle really. But in 2010, the official, – A fudgsicle, that’s a wide fudgsicle. – Well no, it is pretty
wide, it’s like a paddle. But the official paddle pop
was decreased by 15% in 2010, so I don’t want it in America. – We only want bigger and
better, super size it. – The restaurant was nice,
and everyone had a good time, but can you believe the cakeage? What is cakeage?
– Can you believe the cakeage? – Is that when the waiter is
overly polite because they want a big tip, a fee
that a restaurants charges when you bring your own cake for a party, or massive quantities of food on a plate. Or, another or, the age of a cake, which is determined by counting the rings. – Cake age.
– Cake age, you got it. You got it. – Hmm, lots of cakeage here,
it’s like food carnage, massive quantities is feeling good to me. I’m gonna go with my instincts,
cause sometimes it does, C. – Wrong. – What is it man? – This is very surprising
to me, but it legitimately is a fee that a restaurant
charges when you bring your own cake, is this that
something happens in Australia, like they just love their cake so much that they’re bringing
it along to restaurants? – My nana would bring a
cake to The Olive Garden, to the Macaroni Grille. – I never noticed it. – To the Outback, she’d bring a cake. I’ve literally been at the
Outback, and my gramma’s shown up with a cake. – And they didn’t have cakeage. – They didn’t cakeage it. They’re not authentic guys,
not as authentic as we thought. – Well, great start, but
you’re doing poorly now. – Can turn it around with this one. – A hot dog ain’t a hot dog
without some dead horse on it. – Dead orse? – Is a dead horse,
– Dead horse. – Yeah, ketchup, mustard, relish, or a solid-hoofed plant-eating
domesticated mammal with a flowing mane and
tail that is deceased. – That would be a dead horse. A dead horse.
– You’ve got lifelines now. You need to use them,
I’m just letting you know I suggest that you do. – I’m thinking ketchup
because it’s bloody looking, relish and mustard don’t
come out of a horse, not the parts that I’ve
seen, but I will take a hint. – Okay, do you want a hint on the barbie? – Give me a hint on the barbie. – [Rhett] Okay, here you go. – Catch up outside, how bout that? Alright I am gonna stick with
A, ketchup, thanks Barbie. – That’s right, how bout dat. – How bout dat.
– How bout dat Link. – Catch up outside. – Sometimes I’m in the mood to
take a trip to the woop woop. – In the mood for some woop woop. – What is woop woop, is it
– Woop woop. – Memory lane, a tiny town
in the middle of nowhere, kissy-kissy time, or a tickle party? – Don’t do that to me. – Payback, that’s what they
call tickle party payback. – Touche, tickle-ay. I’m gonna say tickle party, no I’m gonna say kissy-kissy time. What are you laughing at,
it’s kissy-kissy time. Woop woop, having some woop woop, I mean. – It’s not, it’s a small town
in the middle of nowhere. – Woop woop.
– Yeah, and when they have a
gathering of the juggalos in woop woop it gets very confusing. Alight Link, I don’t
know what to tell you, just try harder. – I’ve never been to
Australia, I’d love to go. – If you get this question
wrong, you might spit the dummy. It helps to cross the eyes a
little bit, too, like this. – They love that, they love it. – Does spit the dummy mean
cry, feel embarrassed, throw a fit, or make out with Ryan Lochte? – Spit the dummy, I think
it’s gotta involve liquid, that would be cry, or throw a fit. Man, I need to ask the Outback waiter. – Oh, well we have one of those. Outback waiter, please come in. – Hey guys, how you doing tonight? – I’ll take the onion, of course. – Can I get you started with anything? – The onion.
– Water maybe? – I’ll take the onion, the
blooming freaking onion. – Alright, I’ll get one of those
started for you right away. – You should just come
out of with one of those. – Woah hey, you just lost your tip son. – Sorry man, it’s the last five minutes. – You just poured it into my woop woop. – Alright, so what is it Mister Onion? – I think spit the
dummy is throwing a fit. That’s just,
– Throwing a fit. – I’d trust him, he works at the Outback. – I do work at the Outback. – No liquid involved in throwing a fit. – Thanks
– You’re welcome. – We’re good, we’re fine, we
don’t need anything right now, just the bill, just the
bill, please bring the bill. – Because I saw him look on your laptop, I’m gonna go with his
answer, which is throw a fit. – That’s right because a
dummy, thank you, a dummy – You’re welcome, have a good night goes. – Is a pacifier in Australia,
so it’s like spitting the pacifier out and crying. – Oh, the dummy. – Alright Link,
– The binky. – You got one more, but it’s
just pride at this point. – Well, there’s not a
lot of that going around. – One thing I’ve never had to worry about is being up the duff. – Up the duff. – Is that unexpectedly
pregnant, crippled by debt, in a deep depression from loneliness, or romantically involved
with Hilary or Haylie Duff. Or both. – Why choose? – Well, one’s married now,
one’s divorced, opportunity. – I’m gonna go with up
the duff for the win, no win involved. – What, what, what in the world was? – Pregnancy. – You didn’t say that,
you just made a gesture and said the word again. I’m gonna go with the question. – This is the universal
symbol for pregnancy. – Okay, alright, I don’t
know what kind of winds you’re testing there, but. – I’ve been in the room
when they’ve tested for it. – You did something very wrong,
but you are very right Link, it is unexpectedly pregnant, but, – Up the duff, yeah.
– You still lose. But you know what, I’m
gonna let Mike and Alex play that didgeridoo song for
me, and you can listen in. – Yes, thank you for liking,
commenting, and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – Sorry Australians. – Hi, I’m Lauren. – And I’m Jackie. – [Together] And we’re
at Sydney Harbor Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House, and it’s time to spin the Wheel of Mythicality. – If you wanna read a book
peppered with our slangauge, you should preorder Rhett and
Link’s Book of Mythicality from BookOfMythicality.com,
you’re gonna love it, do it. – And click through to Good Mythical More, where Mike and Alex are
gonna serenade Rhett with the didgeridoo, while I listen. – Gifticality, alright
we got a new charity. We’re gonna give $1,000 to
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