Why You Should Come to Australia

Have you ever wondered why you should drop everything and come visit Australia? Well, never fear. My five-year-old son is here to enlighten you with his very own tourism video.

Disclaimer: I had no influence over the content of this video. All words, ideas and actions are entirely the creation of Big Brother.

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17 responses to “Why You Should Come to Australia

  1. Rebecca Pagel

    Oh bugger!!! I have to wait for Michael to get home to watch it on his phone cause Tilda snapped the headphones off in the headphone socket on the laptop and now I have no sound. I can’t wait to hear it! xxx

  2. That’s all the convincing I need! I’m packing my bags!

  3. 1. I love that he just walked off the set when he was done.
    2. Two of the stuff he said we could have (he said it twice) I’m afraid of because I’ve never heard of it, but I’ll try it anyway.
    3. Which kind of house do you have? Is it made of sticks?
    4. “Lots and lots of chocolate.” I’m on my way, in a helicopter no less, although it may take some time. Maybe I can get someone in the military to bring me.
    5. BB didn’t mention accomodations…so…

    • 1. Me too! I was so not expecting that! (Mind you, I wasn’t expecting the off-the-cuff rhyme to start with, either.)
      2. Fruit? It makes you nice and healthy and thinner and taller, apaprently.
      3. Sadly, no.
      4. Great! Hopefully I’ll have time to install a heli-pad.
      5. Mi casa, su casa. 🙂

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  5. Oh my gosh he’s so cute and convincing…have you considered sharing with the tourism board?

  6. I’m on my way. Mostly just to listen to him talk in his awesome accent in person.

  7. He sold me. Where do I sign up?

    Oh wait… I have to take a plane or a boat? Sounds expensive. Maybe in a few years… 😦

  8. I want that fruit, that makes you taller and thinner!!!! I wasn’t aware of it’s existence when I was last Down under 😉

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