Funny Aussies You Should Be Following on Social Media



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We all spend hours each day on our phones scrolling through our friends’ food pictures, rants, photos from nights out that you weren’t invited to but you weren’t gonna go anyway, memes from that one guy who only shares memes, selfies that only show the side of their face that they are convinced is their good side… Forget all of that and fill your feed with better content that will make you laugh instead of wondering where the human connection in your life has gone.

If these funny Aussies on social media don’t make you laugh, they’ll at least make you breathe out of your nose in a little huff while you smirk to indicate amusement.

Natalie Tran aka communitychannel

Natalie first made a name for herself as Youtuber communitychannel but while that has taken a bit of a break as she concentrates on other projects, she’s still pretty active on Twitter. Head on over for some observational humour and tweets about conversations with her doctor.

Deirdre Fidge aka @Figgled

Deirdre is one funny gal who writes for Junkee, SBS Comedy and ABC’s the drum. She also brings great joy to her 46K followers on Twitter. Catch her tweeting about the Spice Girls, tiny ghosts and modern conversation.

Celeste Barber

Celeste Barber recreates celebrity photos and magazine shoots in a more realistic manner on Instagram. She was voted WhoHaha’s funniest lady on Instagram and regularly makes dozens of people a day accidentally inhale their coffee while scrolling through their feed (citation needed.)

The floor is lava. #celestechallengeaccepted #celestebarber #funny #bellahadid

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Troy Kinne aka KINNE

Troy Kinne’s big break came with his 7MATE show ‘Kinne’, but now his 676K followers keep an eye out for him on his Facebook page in order to learn how to properly eat an Australian meat pie and to discover mysteries of the magic basket in every couple’s house. Just so you know, some of his videos have language and situations that might not be appropriate for younger audiences.

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