Yes (And about 5 different variants), although I can't stand them!Lion Bar:
Never heard of it, not in Australia.Ben & Jerry's:
We just had the first store in Australia open a month ago. It's in Queensland though, which is a long way away from where I live.Wendys:
We have but not like America, they only sell Ice cream here (not Hamburgers) and we don't have that ugly girl on the signs either!Diet Coke:
is called DIET COKE in Australia!
Although it isn't very popular. We also have Coke Zero, Vanilla Coke and Caffeine free Coke.Mountain Dew:
Only the original version but the Australian version has no caffeine in it unlike the American version (which actually has more caffeine than Coke!)Trick and treating:
Don't you realise Halloween is pretty much an American made up tradition? We've all heard of it through movies and TV shows but the majority of the World doesn't celebrate it in any way.
I remember meeting an American Student once who was here on exchange who was shocked that we didin't celebrate 4th July. I tried to explain to him that American's have this false ideal that 'things that happen in American hapen everywhere', even though though really don't. Maybe he needed a bit of a History lesson about 4th Jul;y and why AMERICANS celebrate it. Australian's do find it hilariously funny how dillusional American's are about the rest of the World and how you all think you are the greatest nation on Earth when a massive majority of you never leave your own country. How can you compare with what you don't know's out there?
As for missing Halloween? How can you miss something you never had and never cared about it? Like Christmas and Easter it's been commercialised and is nothing like what the whole thing is actually about. Ask 1,000 American 9 year olds what Halloween is about and why it's celebrated and I guarantee you you get 1,000 answers exactly the same : Candy!!