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WATCH: Aussie Slang with Leila Alcasid

It may come in handy when you get the chance to talk to James Reid!
IMAGE Shaira Luna ART Clare Magno

While Barbie and Fruit Loop are more commonly known as brand names for a doll and cereal, in Leila Alcasid's world (and all Aussies, basically), these words have a totally different meaning. Find out what they (and other words) mean in Australia by watching the video below! 

P.S. It may come in handy when you get the chance to talk to James Reid!

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