A Perfect Pairing: All of the Australian slang terms used in the Netflix movie

A Perfect Pairing is now available to stream on Netflix and chances are you’ve already watched it

While watching the romantic comedy film, you probably noticed that many of the characters used Australian slang

In A Perfect Pairing, Victoria Justice plays Lola Alvarez, a LA wine company exec who quits her job to start her own wine distribution company.

After starting her company, Lola’s first order of business is to book a ticket to Australia to land her first big client

Vaughn Family Wines. As soon as Lola meets her potential client, she quickly realizes that it’s not going to be a walk in the park.

In order to prove herself, Lola volunteers to help out at the sheep station owned by the client.

But Lola wasn’t expecting to fall in love with the mysterious station manager (Adam Demos) in the process.

Since Lola finds herself temporarily staying in Australia, it’s not surprising that many of the country’s locals would be speaking informally with her and each other

If you’re not from Australia, many of the slang terms used in the film might be hard to comprehend

If you’re not from Australia, many of the slang terms used in the film might be hard to comprehend

Fortunately, you have us to break down each slang term.