Fair play to Australians, the only thing they seem love more than calling us 'Poms' and reminding us we're shit at cricket (though not as much anymore) is banter.
Take a recent advertising campaign for Australia's Northern Territory. It's undeniably controversial, but also pretty hilarious.
T-shirts have been revealed for the campaign with the eye-opening slogan, 'CU in the NT'.
Sadly it's not being done by the government, with the campaign instead being run by NT Official, an independent company that is selling the brand to encourage more young people to visit the top of the country.
A spokesman for NT Official told the Metro: "We are a fronted by a guerrilla group of people with the aim of promoting travel awareness to the Northern Territory region.
"We want people to recognise that if they want to go to the NT they shouldn't hesitate. They should just go and tell their friends to "CU in the NT!"
The Northern Territory is known for being a wilderness of mountains, canyons and waterfalls, and it's also known for - sing it with me: "Banter, banter, banter, banter, banter, banter, baaaaaaaaan-ter!"
Featured image credit: NT Official