The Front Fell Off

Written By: - Date published: 1:21 pm, October 19th, 2011 - 7 comments
Categories: disaster, humour - Tags: , ,

The Front Fell Off – Clarke and Dawe explain maritime disasters:

And again on the Gulf oil spill:

All good build up to our own home-grown version (with apologies to Clarke & Dawe, and thanks to Lyndon in comments for the link):

7 comments on “The Front Fell Off”

  1. lyndon 1

    You will now be in a position to appreciate this Steven Joyce interview

    (I feel I should note that I had nothing to do with the making of it.)

  2. ianmac 2

    Well done that interview with the ever smug Stevie boy.

  3. Bill 3

    Anyone else see the report on Campbell Live? It was those three clips but delivered with a straight face…. “The oil wouldn’t fill an olymic swimming pool. It’s a big ocean”….incredible

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