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EMPTY STUDIO APARTMENT TOUR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm6mrePCilE&t=334s

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  1. Hi. What is the name of the song in your intro?

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  2. Starbucks is not very popular in Australia because all weird coffee such the unicorn frappe and etc so a wise choice for many Australian would be glorious Jean and it popular amongst many Australian because of it classic and basic cofffeee ….Australian love their coffee then emu

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  3. I LOVE your super simple apartment! Come to my 4 bedroom house and THROW EVERYTHING OUT! (Damm hobbies… and kid…. and hubby – grumble grumble – HA HA HA).

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  4. Ahhh I have that Starbucks mug!!! I use it for my green tea☺️. In Australia we have limited access to Starbucks (especially if your from WA like me — no starbucks) so that’s probably why your students are freaking out over it.

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  5. I watched this in bed on the same lap table you have (eBay bargain) :).

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  6. Don't you love road side collection? I picked up a wicker table that I my dog uses as her couch. Hi from Perth.

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  7. Starbucks is not very common here in Australia, I live near Brisbane and I know of literally 2 Starbucks. I did just google it and between my place and the NSW border which is roughly 4 hours of driving there is only 8 of them. I also think because Starbucks has become so 'Americanized' in films and what not you kids would find it somewhat of a novelty.

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  8. Starbucks has been the stereotypical American product that is almost comical here in Australia. When they decided to launch down here in the late 90’s – early 2000’s they suddenly realised that their business model would be a failure and had to close a large percentage of their stores. They completely underestimated the Australian palate that was largely created by the influx of Italian and greek immigrants after WW2. Over the years we slowly weaned ourselves off the traditional flavours of British tea and evolved our national taste of coffee into a somewhat expectation of robust and rich flavourful coffee. Starbucks with their, cheap Indonesian coffee beans, burnt milk, high fructose corn syrup, their ridiculous food additives and high prices was almost a slap in the face to the amazing coffee shops (especially in Melbourne) already established in Australia.

    Currently Starbucks is in the process of making another dig into the Australian market with a much better understanding of our way of life and is changing their business model to suit it. But, a lot of people are against this plan because we still believe that even the Ma and Pa’s corner store coffee is a gigantic leap ahead of the horrendousness of Starbucks coffee.

    So, it’s hard not to point and laugh at an American representing their Starbucks merchandise living in a city that has won numerous awards in coffee and has some of the worlds best coffee shops. 😉 Now these kids probably don’t know any of this. So, they probably find Starbucks as more of a gimmick seen in American media, as most of our media is American.

    PS… You’re going to have to start saying Melbourne the Aussie way… (Mel-Ben)!

    PPS.. Why am I writing this essay at 5am? Because I just had a nice cup of coffee (9 hours ago) and I can't sleep.

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  9. Hey mate I honestly believe the kids are reacting to Starbucks because us Aussie's see them in movies and don't have them in Australia.

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  10. What a cute studio apartment. I love the simplicity of it! I’d hire you any day to redecorate my house. 💓

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  11. You are amazing!!! Have to come for a holiday to Tasmania

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  12. These are never long enough for me. Great video!

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  13. Because Australia doesn't have Starbucks it's really rare in Australia to see if Starbucks and kids learn everything because we or American TV that's the reason why

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