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Topic # 114447 20-Feb-2013 10:14 Send private message

Four men and eleven sheep joy riding in a hatchback at 1am... there must be a real woman shortage up there.

How do you even get eleven sheep into a hatchback, let alone with four people?! Very cruel to the animals.




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  Reply # 766258 20-Feb-2013 10:36 Send private message

Cruel to the animals? Cruel to the sheep too...






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  Reply # 766259 20-Feb-2013 10:39 Send private message

Naw it's theft pure and simple.  Meat is expensive, so people steal the animals and butcher them.

 

 



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  Reply # 766271 20-Feb-2013 10:43 Send private message

ubergeeknz: Naw it's theft pure and simple.  Meat is expensive, so people steal the animals and butcher them.

The worst part is that the farmers can do very little about it. People who do this are nothing but scumbags.






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  Reply # 766320 20-Feb-2013 11:36 Send private message

Cheap dates???  I would say "only in the Hawkes Bay"... but theft of livestock is happening all around the country  Frown

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  Reply # 766344 20-Feb-2013 12:12 Send private message

oh great, more sheep jokes when this gets in the Australian media.

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  Reply # 766383 20-Feb-2013 13:02 Send private message

Geez, since when is it "the" Hawke's Bay? The Auckland? No. The Otago? No. The Canterbury? No.
The Hawke's Bay? NOOOOOOOOOOO!Tongue Out

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  Reply # 766391 20-Feb-2013 13:20 Send private message

Chainsaw: Geez, since when is it "the" Hawke's Bay? The Auckland? No. The Otago? No. The Canterbury? No.
The Hawke's Bay? NOOOOOOOOOOO!Tongue Out


The Waikato, The Manawatu, The Taranaki, The Bay of Plenty, The Hawke's Bay.

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  Reply # 766393 20-Feb-2013 13:25 Send private message

 

The Bay of Plenty, The Hawke's Bay.


that would be "The Hawke Bay".  The actual bay is called Hawke Bay.  The region is Hawke's Bay :)




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  Reply # 766422 20-Feb-2013 13:52 Send private message

Chainsaw: Geez, since when is it "the" Hawke's Bay? The Auckland? No. The Otago? No. The Canterbury? No.
The Hawke's Bay? NOOOOOOOOOOO!Tongue Out
  The Chainsaw has spoken Smile

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  Reply # 766448 20-Feb-2013 14:18 Send private message

Out on the lam? Heading to the nearest baaaar?




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  Reply # 766475 20-Feb-2013 15:02 Send private message

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The Bay of Plenty, The Hawke's Bay.


that would be "The Hawke Bay".  The actual bay is called Hawke Bay.  The region is Hawke's Bay :)


Well in that case it would definitely be "The Hawke's Bay" as the perpetrators were in the region, not in the ocean.

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  Reply # 766476 20-Feb-2013 15:02 Send private message

LookingUp: Out on the lam? Heading to the nearest baaaar?


When the cops asked if they were shearing, the guys said "Nah, get your own!"

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  Reply # 766481 20-Feb-2013 15:09 Send private message

I am moving to Hawke's Bay soon.

I look forward to such activities.

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  Reply # 767599 22-Feb-2013 13:01 Send private message

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Chainsaw: Geez, since when is it "the" Hawke's Bay? The Auckland? No. The Otago? No. The Canterbury? No.
The Hawke's Bay? NOOOOOOOOOOO!Tongue Out


The Waikato, The Manawatu, The Taranaki, The Bay of Plenty, The Hawke's Bay.
All wrong. Why do it for some places and not others?

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  Reply # 767611 22-Feb-2013 13:09 Send private message

Timmmay: How do you even get eleven sheep into a hatchback? .


Sheep belts?

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