Self-deprecating Australians are laughing at an amusing ranking of iconic homegrown tendencies, exclusively exhibited in the Land Down Under. It’s the latest in a line of controversial ratings created by Sydney media manager and self-proclaimed ‘List King’ Bruno Bouchet, who grades everything from classic snacks to the world’s hottest men on Instagram. Uniquely Aussie traits topped the poll, with habits like using a wheelie bin as a makeshift wicket for cricket and snapping the middle toe-piece out of your thongs – or flip flops – lauded in the ‘God tier’. Quoting the line ‘straight to the pool room!’, an iconic anecdote from the 1997 Australian comedy The Castle, was also awarded a top spot. Going to hardware store Bunnings just to buy a sausage sandwich and the unrivalled satisfaction of squashing a mosquito featured in the ‘Royalty tier’, alongside the nationwide confusion about what a ‘smart casual’ dress code really means. Self-deprecating Australians are laughing at this amusing ranking of iconic homegrown tendencies, exclusively exhibited in the Land Down Under RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The most iconic Australian snacks of all time are ranked… A controversial new list of ‘the 25 hottest men alive’… Father sets social media alight with… Read full this story
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