Sadly, yes. I must remember the global nature of the board, and hence a limited appreciation of British “humour”. It’s compounded by the fact that there are so many ways a single idea can be expressed in English ‘English’.
However, although I am sure that you are far to young to remember cartoon Oz character Barry Mckenzie from the satirical UK magazine ‘Private Eye’, but that established a folk law factoid that Australians had vastly more slang words than the British to describe vomiting after a few tinnies, and indeed, to urinate. (largely made up by a English guy , apparently).
BTW, I sold my company in 2008 to an Australian company, so got to know at least their business character quite well. The CEO also owned a vineyard somewhere near Melbourne, but he always ordered French wine when I took him to lunch. I’m sure McKenzie had a word for that.