1. Shrimp on the barbie

Australians call barbecues "barbies." Aussies eat grilled shrimp. In Australia, shrimp are nearly always called prawns, therefore "shrimp on the barbie" is humorous.

2. The Bloomin' Onion

Bloomin' Onion is an American invention, like Outback Steakhouse, which was developed in Florida in the late 1980s.

3. Fosters

According to Craft Beer & Brewing, Foster's pale yellow lager is not extremely popular in Australia, despite what the commercials say. The beer was first created by Americans who immigrated to Australia in the late 19th century.

4. Marmite

Amazon's description: "Today, Marmite is a nutritious, black, savory spread that can be used in cookery. It comes in a black jar with a yellow top and is created from leftover brewer's yeast."

5. Jam yes, but jelly, not so much

Australians love jam on toast and sandwiches. Jelly is a sweeter spread used in desserts.

6. There is no Toowoomba topping

An Australian website revealed an amusing Twitter thread about Outback Steakhouse's unusual dish. Toowoomba is a chain's seafood pasta and topping.

7. Crisps

You won't impress Aussies by calling potato chips "crisps" Australians call them chips, while Brits call chips crisps and fries chips.

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