New Zealand Second?

Written By: - Date published: 10:48 am, February 11th, 2017 - 11 comments
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You gotta laugh right?

The Netherlands started the trend with their video response to Trump, The Netherlands Second. (Very funny, it’s huge, your gonna love it.) All sorts of other countries started getting in on the act. The New Zealand version (via Jono & Ben) is not bad at all…

11 comments on “New Zealand Second?”

  1. weka 2

    I’m laughing. (not sure about the sheep thing, do we have any sheep left in NZ?)

  2. red-blooded 3

    Heh heh heh… Thanks for posting this – very cool.

  3. Macro 4

    You gotta luv it!
    Any ranking – just so long as it’s not NZ First! lol

  4. greywarshark 5

    Very good. Set a good standard cf to Netherlands. Not sure about the cakes though –
    more illustrative of the ‘let them eat cake’ than showing a sweet nation of plenty. Were there cows in it? I didn’t see the ubiquitious Jersey face with long eye lashes.

    • Carolyn_nth 5.1

      I thought the cakes bit was a piss take about Aussie and NZ both claiming to have invented the pavlova – and maybe other cakes?

  5. Kay 6

    Highly addictive binge watching once you get started! A wonderful much needed antidote 🙂

  6. Carolyn_nth 7

    The Aussie one isn’t too bad either – especially towards the end:

    Actually, it’s not as good as the NZ one, but has some good bits.

    But, then I’d say that.

  7. Anne 8

    I think I like Switzerland best… it’s everything wrong in this world of ours. 😀

  8. Heh heh heh… very clever. In fact, ya GOTTA love it! It’s the BEST, everyone sez so!

  9. mac1 10

    It’s a great way to celebrate a great country in a minor and wry way.

    BUT where else in the world can you, within a day’s drive, have a swim in the sea (Ohope beach), in a river, then a lake, and finally in the evening in hot pools (Rotorua)?

    This of course was before ‘wadeable’ standards became the norm.

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