Australian OnlyFans star Anna Paul reveals why she has to ‘fake an American accent’ in the US

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An Australian tourist has revealed why she has had to “fake an American accent” while travelling around the US.

Anna Paul – who’s one of Australia’s highest earners on OnlyFans – said she and her boyfriend Glen Thomson have found it challenging to order food because the American employees don’t understand their accents.

Sharing her amusing story in a now-viral TikTok video, the 22-year-old, from Queensland, said they have been struggling with the “language barrier” in the US.

WATCH IN THE VIDEO ABOVE as Anna explains why she’s faking an American accent

“It’s so crazy… Even thought it’s both English, when we speak in our Australian accents, they don’t understand us,” Anna said.

“So we have to speak in a fake American accent to order food so they can understand what we mean.”

Australian tourist Anna Paul has revealed why she has had to “fake an American accent” while travelling around the US Credit: Anna Paul/TikTok

Anna said one of their most recent encounters happened at a Starbucks.

“Like yesterday Glen said ‘can I please have a straw?’ and the guy was like ‘sorry? What would you like?’” she recalled.

“And Glen was like ‘a straw’ and he was like ‘I don’t understand. And Glen was like [in an American accent] ‘a straw’ and he’s like ‘oh a straw, of course’.”

Anna said when she tried to order a “peppermint mocha”, the employee had no idea what she was talking about.

“She’s like ‘I’m sorry? What would you like?’ and I said ‘a peppermint mocha’. She didn’t understand me so I had to say [in American accent] ‘a peppermint mo-cha’,” Anna said.

“She was like ‘of course, oh my god of course you can have a peppermint mo-cha’.”

As she laughed about their encounters, Anna confirmed: “So now we just order in American accents to make it easier.”

Anna Paul  said she and her boyfriend Glen Thomson have found it challenging to order food because the American employees don’t understand their accent
Anna Paul  said she and her boyfriend Glen Thomson have found it challenging to order food because the American employees don’t understand their accent Credit: Anna Paul/Instagram

Her video has since been viewed more than 370,000 times, with many sharing similar stories about travelling in a foreign country.

“The same thing happened to my British boyfriend when he came to Canada. McDonald’s didn’t know what he meant by ‘chips’,” one woman wrote.

Another said: “When my husband and I were flying interstate, we asked for a coke on the plane. They had no idea what I was saying after repeating it 10 times.”

While one added: “I’m Australian and sometimes I don’t understand Australian accents.”

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