"Just keep the dog off it."
When Australian news presenter Allison Langdon says her 'cooch' is dying during a segment on lawn care, everyone else is understandably cracking up
- but she's not getting it. We're pretty sure she's referring to 'couch' grass (known as Bermuda grass in the US), which grows really well in Australia's climate and is one of the more popular options to grow down under (see what I did there?). Apparently, down in Australia 'couch' is actually pronounced 'cooch' (at least the grass variety), but man, did it lead to some pretty hilarious banter.
Kudos to the actual grass experts for generally keeping their composure throughout, even as they had to ask such hilarious questions as "Well, what are you doing to it that it's dying?" and then advising her to keep her dog off her 'cooch' (which is probably good advice all around, to be honest).