We’ve Found Australia’s Most Badass Boy

We've Found Australia's Most Badass Boy

We've Found Australia's Most Badass Boy

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We've Found Australia's Most Badass Boy

James looks at a roundup of headlines including the State Department touting Mar-a-Lago and a 12-year-old boy in Australia who managed to drive 800 miles alone.

We've Found Australia's Most Badass Boy

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41 thoughts on “We’ve Found Australia’s Most Badass Boy”

  1. Ah yeh us Aussie kids outside cities in rural/farm regions usually learn to drive early for safety reasons incase something happens to the parents health or whatever. I’m from a small town & it wasn’t unusual to steal dad’s car n go for a short drive to the river for a swim, but that kid on the news was really something else. Mind you my sister used to roll the car down the hill of our driveway at 2am in the morning on school nights & go underaged clubbing in the nearest bigger town lol

  2. As an Australian I can tell u that if there even was anyone at the petrol station they wouldn’t have given two shits

  3. Really like James, but my god do I wish he would turn down the trump content, it’s fucking boring and makes him look like he’s pandering so much it’s hard to watch.

  4. Ingrid I think the Nazis would have been booing us. I wouldn’t want to be on their side.

  5. Stop bashing The POTUS. His family members as well. Not funny. It’s tacky and disrespectful. Thanks

  6. G Rodriguez the kid wasn’t even from a rural town tho. He was very tall and apparently stopped for petrol but didn’t pay for it and drove off :/ what a rebel 😂

  7. Oi! there are not like that! just the middle of Australia without all those vehicles, i should know, i live in Australia

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