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    NZ WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO F**CKING GOOOD :D:D:D

    its too hot atm for me to write a full report thing (it stayed around 20 degrees most days in NZ so its hot for me :p), but

    I BUNGIED 134METERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    it was soo cool!

    anywho, back to catching up on everything thats happened

    PS: some ppl (you know who you are ;) :p ) would be interested to know that there is no wool dangling from me

    PPS: i've also worked out NZ vowels (e.g i = u)

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    lol

    welcome back dude

    sounds like you had fun.

    no wool? of course not... the sheep had just been shaved :p
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    Welcome back buddy. :wave:

    Yeah the shearin' should've been done. :D


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    And as for your speech? Not affected I hope.

    :laugh:
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    We'll find out if he start comin' out with a lot of ewes won't we? :D


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    well i'm back now :)

    as i was saying the NZ vowels (they work for most words, but usually only on the vowels at the beginning of a word):
    a=e
    e=i
    i=u
    u=u
    o=o

    eg: apple is pronounced epple

    my speech for the most part is as it was b4 i left :)

    but you really do have to wonder about how kiwi's think.
    eg: they had a 5 or 6 way roundabout, then they put a railway crossing straight through the middle of it :\

    they also had hundreds, if not, thousands of one lane bridges, where most of the time, you can't see to the other end (to check for other cars) unless you are actually on the bridge

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    hahahaha

    that round about one is a classic!

    lemme gues, they had stop signs/lights halfway around teh round about for when a train is comming.
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