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New Zealand

  • eMan14

    Someone is in paradise!

    • Such cute creatures!

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  • Xavier

    I expected to see a Moslem with his pants around the knees stumbling along saying, “Here sheepie sheepie sheepie come to Daddy”.

  • Justin St.Denis

    New Zealand is spectacularly gorgeous. Culturally rich, NZ is where Aussies go to remind themselves what a genuinely civil society is really like. An Aussie told me that back when the wife and I lived there. We go back to NZ at regular intervals since we maintained so many friendships there.

    • Brett_McS

      That seems strange because Kiwis absolutely hate Australians (a bit like Canadians visa vis Americans – little brother syndrome) so it’s not all that comfortable a place for Aussies to visit. (This is not to say that we don’t stand together when the chips are down).

      Brits on the other hand, they luuuurve Brits. I say to any visitors from the UK to go over to New Zealand – you’ll get the full Royal treatment.

      • Doug Kursk

        yeah..I worked there and we Canadians were treated as the “colonials” when we first got there by the Brits..we quickly set them straight on that.

  • Maurice Miner

    Pre-dawn gloom.

    Fog.

    Major transit day.

    NZ South Island sheep are just stupid fucks, who deserve to be shorn or eaten…

    Magnificent country though, bro!

  • Brett_McS

    They’re bahahing because they’ve just been shorn and they don’t recognise each other by sight. At least that’s what I was told by a farmer.

    • Maurice Miner

      Hah! Could even be true! Cheers, bro!

  • Chatillon

    There’s not a single overgrown lawn in New Zealand I reckon.

  • Earl Wertheimer

    New Zealand Lamb… yum.