American influencer apologises for ‘offending’ Australia with hilarious Milo incident

An TikTok star from the US has hilariously apologised for “offending all the nation of Australia” by the way in which he opened a tin of Milo.

Colt Paulsen needed to share his response to making an attempt a Tim Tam slam for the primary time however made the large mistake of innocently taking a can opener to his Milo tin – horrifying Australian viewers.

Paulsen didn’t realise he had finished something mistaken till Aussies flooded the feedback of his video declaring their souls left their our bodies and that it was painful to observe.

“Genuinely, I believed I used to be getting trolled as a result of the entire feedback saying ‘I can not imagine you simply opened a Milo with a can opener’,” he instructed

“As a result of in my thoughts, it’s the identical dimension as a can of soup and it’s metallic, like, I wouldn’t have anticipated to open it every other means.”

Paulsen then posted a follow-up video pleading for an evidence.

“I couldn’t wrap my head round how I used to be doing something incorrect,” he stated.

“And now I’m so embarrassed of documenting my greatest blonde second ever. I don’t suppose I will ever do a Tim Tam slam once more with out being triggered.”

He adopted that up with a video apologising to “all the nation of Australia and New Zealand, and any neighbouring continent” for his actions.

Paulsen, whose on-line moniker ‘Homosexual Man with a Spray Tan’ has greater than 1 million TikTok followers, assured he rapidly turned well-versed on the earth of Milo.

“I really feel like I offended all the continent all whereas bringing everybody collectively,” he stated.

“Because of the hundreds of folks that stitched my video exhibiting me the proper solution to open a Milo.

“I really feel like I’m a Milo professional! I’m able to make the Milo sandwich. I’ve even been consuming Milo straight out of the tin with only a spoon.”

He went so far as placing his hand up for Milo ambassador.

Simply days after rubbing shoulders with Kylie and Kris Jenner final month, Paulsen – who has a partnership with Australian born firm Bondi Sands as ‘Chief Tanning Officer’ – flew to Australia for the primary time.

Regardless of having to take the longest flight he had ever been on, Paulsen stated he had the time of his life in Melbourne.

“It surprisingly jogged my memory of New York Metropolis however cleaner and tanner,” he stated.

It wasn’t simply Milo he tried for the primary time both.

“I’m obsessive about the V power drinks. My favorite snacks are (Arnott’s) Shapes. They’re so addictive, and I can’t get sufficient of all of the Caramilk candies. Like, I attempted a sweet bar with pop rocks. I used to be so shook,” he stated.

In fact, he additionally tried Melbourne’s well-known espresso.

“It’s so good and the baristas are a lot hotter,” he stated. “Our espresso doesn’t even evaluate. It’s so watered down.”

He added: “Vegemite continues to be on my listing of Australian delicacies to strive. However, earlier than I try this, I’m not having a repeat and shall be doing my analysis.”

Paulsen, who’s from Los Angeles, stated essentially the most shocking a part of his journey Down Underneath was realising there weren’t kangaroos simply leaping by way of Melbourne, and he needed to go to Melbourne Zoo to see them.

He was additionally greatly surprised by the our totally different names for issues.

“The totally different slang I believe was my favorite half realising like a parking storage is known as a carpark or trash cans are referred to as bins,” he stated.

“What’s actually complicated is that within the phrase Melbourne, Australians don’t pronounce the ‘r’ however in relation to saying the phrase no they add an ‘r’ so it feels like ‘naur’. It’s my favorite factor.”

Paulsen stated now that he had by accident managed to succeed in hundreds of thousands of Aussies, he needs them to know he’s “obsessed” and may’t wait to come back again.

“ … and I hope you possibly can forgive me. I LOVE YOU MATE!” he stated.

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