American opens up about things that shocked her about moving to Australia on TikTok
American expat reveals biggest culture shocks she’s experienced in Australia – from deadly wildlife to fashionable MULLETS
- American opens up about culture shocks since moving to Australia
- She said on TikTok the nation was having “the best weather I’ve ever known”
- The TikToker revealed she was intrigued by Australian fashion trends, jorts and mules
An American spoke about the biggest culture shocks she has experienced since moving to Australia.
In a series of videos uploaded to TikTok this week, waala.stark shared the things that surprised her most in the country after moving to Sydney eight months ago.
“The weather is the best I have ever known,” she wrote, adding: “The heat is actually ‘freezing’ for Australians” and “the sun is so low it fry you “.
American opened up about the biggest culture shocks she’s experienced since moving to Sydney, Australia (pictured)
Walaa also praised Australia for having the coolest yet deadliest nature, as well as providing free access to GPs.
Although she described Australians as friendly, Walaa stressed that she noticed occasional racism while living in the country.
“I haven’t had a huge incident myself, I’m just shocked at how common this is and people don’t blink,” she added.
In another video, TikToker said it was surprised by the widespread availability of halal food products and the quality of the fresh produce.
“Halal food is everywhere, even in fast food chains,” she wrote.
“Fruits and vegetables taste amazing because everything is organic. ”
Walaa noted Athleisure as “the style of choice, but was left puzzled by popular fashion trends such as Mullets and Jorts or denim shorts.”
“Aren’t the denim shorts somewhere else?” Asked a shocked viewer.
The TikToker was left baffled by popular Australian fashion trends including denim shorts and mules
“The Jorts are awesome,” said one person.
“Yes my daughter, I always question red mullet too,” commented another.
“Yeah, we don’t understand the mule thing either,” added a third.
She said the best thing about the country was that Australia was “such a quiet place” and Australians didn’t seem to care about politics.
“No one cares about politics or world events, existing only on vibrations,” she said.