When it comes to socialising in Australia there are quite a few traditions that might confuse you if you’re not local.
Like being asked to “bring a plate” to lunch or “throw some snags on the barbie” while your host is barbecuing – and don’t even get us started on explaining how to play “goon of fortune” to an expat.
Adding to this list, expat Paul Ferrante, who moved from Canada to Australia, has shared a TikTok about a Down Under party ritual.
But it’s ended up dividing some Aussies, who claimed they had never heard of the drinking ritual.
“If you’re not Australian these words probably mean nothing to you,” Paul said in the TikTok, which has been viewed 32,000 times.
“Fridge to fridge is basically where you and your friends host parties at four or more houses – you theme the party, you dress up and you basically go to each house having about five drinks before you move onto the next house.
“The goal is to make it to the last house, but if you don’t you’re actually the true winner because you’ll probably be the only person that didn’t get alcohol poisoning.”
Paul’s video had over 300 comments, mostly from Aussies, many claiming they had “never heard of fridge to fridge”.
“I have NEVER heard of fridge-to-fridge. What state is that?” one person asked.
“Never heard of fridge to fridge. Pub crawl yes,” another commented.
Others defended the drinking game, saying it was “definitely a thing” and you got “bonus points for fun transportation methods”.
“I’m amazed at how many people don’t know what a fridge to fridge is,” another wrote.
Some claimed it went by other names, with one person commenting that it was known as “Tour de Fridge in Victoria”.
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