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The most fun anyone’s ever had with a corflute sign

Written By: - Date published: 2:48 pm, November 12th, 2011 - 12 comments
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12 comments on “The most fun anyone’s ever had with a corflute sign ”

  1. Lanthanide 1


  2. Uturn 2

    I’m confused by the ending. Has she passed away sometime between 28 October and now? Not sure if I should interpret this as an expression of grief from friends or a quirky election campaign message.

  3. jonty 3

    Are u serious? I thought these people were borderline retarded. Their message way too obtuse for me.

  4. ianmac 4

    P’raps there isn’t a message. Just foolin’ around mate. And pretty rubbish at it too.

  5. Di 5

    Someone had fun by enhancing the corflute at the top of our street. The word ‘LIAR’ is enscribed on dear Leader’s forehead. I can now drive past the sign without retching.

    • Lanthanide 5.1

      I was disappointed when a Natioanl sign showed up in Wigram, on my route to work no less. Luckily it’s up on high stilts so I actually can’t even see it as I go around the corner.

  6. Georgy 6

    This was great – no message, no great theme – just a couple of very good singers having some fun.

    AND good publicity – vote for Maryann Street ! ! ! ! !

  7. Hami Shearlie 7

    I think John Banks had much more fun with Don Brash’s portrait at the candidates meeting in Epsom! He discovered the wonders of laminating!!

  8. fender 8

    Might be a video about kids on magic mushrooms ?

  9. On the way to Rotorua from Cambridge are hundreds of signs all promising “a Brighter Future ” under John Keys National . A couple questions ?does Key now own the National Party. But more importantly is National overspending plus from where have they recieved the huge amount they are spending and is it all legal.

  10. Rodel 10

    Tories just wouldn’t get this.
    Just like I don’t get the ‘flying Concords’/.

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