Expat Field Guide: Australian Yobbos

Australian Yobbos are found wherever there is a beach and cheap beer, although more adventurous (or clueless) members of the species can sometimes be seen staring blankly at maps in remote villages in Laos.

Incomprehensible accents only grow so more so after considerable application of cheap, slightly stale beer. Communicate with sign language.

Their spawning ground is Bali’s Kuta Beach, although they also occur in considerable numbers on various Thai islands and in Cambodia’s Sihanoukville. Mostly harmless, although should be treated with suspicion if it’s after 11:00 PM and Bobby has broken out some tabs of LSD. Handle carefully — the species suffers from some form of eternal sunburn.


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