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Desc:A lesson in Australian English.
Category:Nature & Places, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:gibberish, lightning, Australian
Submitted:Callamon
Date:02/13/16
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Comment count is 10
Oscar Wildcat
If a swan comes up on you shortly Leda, have the rape whistle and pepper spray handy.
memedumpster
It's okay, God can't aim, he just sprays and prays.
gravelstudios
He sounds like John Oliver doing a really bad impression of an Australian.
BorrowedSolution
He sounds like an Australian Aborigine or New Zealand Maori, actually.

infinite zest
Is it still cool to have novelty ringtones? Because I want this guy to be my ringtone.
RabbitMountain
fake and a bad fake at that
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Really? Please explain because the pixels check out ok on my end.

infinite zest
The only thing I can think of is the clap vs. the bolt itself: hard to tell how far away it is (it's still pretty close, looks as close as half a mile out) but I'm pretty sure unless the lightning quite literally struck the man holding the camera, there would've been at least a half second delay before the clap.

infinite zest
(but fake or not I've been seeing this around for a couple of weeks now and it still makes me laugh every time.)

Robin Kestrel
Shenanigans.
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