National tags parody account in Northcote by election tweet

Written By: - Date published: 8:30 am, May 31st, 2018 - 6 comments
Categories: humour, national, same old national, Simon Bridges, twitter, you couldn't make this shit up - Tags: , , ,

6 comments on “National tags parody account in Northcote by election tweet”

  1. ScottGN 1

    In their piece on the PM’s due date on the news last night Newshub said she was still up for campaigning in what they called the “tight” Northcote by-election.
    I wonder how close it is?

    • bwaghorn 1.1

      I read somewhere yesterday somewhere between 4% and 8%
      Sorry haven’t time to find got sheep’s bums to clean.

    • AB 1.2

      Closer than election 2017.
      By calling it tight the media are setting up for a story about Labour failing to win a tight contest.
      My pick: Bidois by 1500 on a low turnout

  2. greywarshark 2

    After you have finished them, could you carry on to the National Party, they are needing some sanitation attention?

  3. Adrian 3

    Oh bugger, as close as 4%, thats gonna cost me another couple of hundred bucks.
    Come on the rest of you buggers who can’t stand the Nats, get out your wallets.

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