So I'm going to America next week for a while and I have a gig the first night that I'm there.
The normal comedic protocol/courtesy when in a new country is to make hilarious observations about that country and the people in it. It's the done "thing".
But I'm literally going from the airport, to my hotel and the straight to the gig, so I won't get the chance to make any hilarious observations.
I think I'm going to do my normal observations about Australian things, but disguise them as American things and pretend we don't have them in Australia.
Like "you guys have a laundry powder called Omo. What the fuck is that? Do you normally let dyslexic cows name your products?" and "where are the kangaroos? I came to America to see kangaroos and koalas. I thought they'd be in the street and shit? COME OUT KANGAROOS!"
And if the crowd is like "don't you have Omo in Australia?" I'll be all "what's Omo?" <--perfect comeback