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  # 257744 23-Sep-2009 10:30
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Only in New Zealand do you have to do a job in Southland in the snow, because some tosser in Auckland looks out their window and its sunny.




 

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Ultimate Geek


  # 258180 24-Sep-2009 21:18
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Only in NZ can the PM's HQ get burnt to the ground and called arson, not terrorism.

 
 
 
 


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  # 258466 26-Sep-2009 01:09
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Only in NZ do you pay $1 to tell a major corporation about a fault with the service and not get the help you want. 


Only in NZ do we pay $1 for 10MB of slow data


Only in NZ do our dogs die on beaches with no explanation


Only in NZ do we get things months later than the rest of the world


Only in NZ do we get called Brits by Americans




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  # 258511 26-Sep-2009 10:56
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Only in New Zealand will males fillet a fish, cook a steak and Blame the tools for doing it badly.

"Oh Bloody tongs wont work propery trev!"

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