Anyone here from Kiwiland?

#3
I've got a leg of lamb in the freezer.

Does that count?
 
#4
Mistersoft - if its New Zealand lamb it's probably hoggett. Better bone it out and make curry.
 
#5
Ok I'll bone it and THEN make curry.

But I'll wash my hands first.
 
#6
Wasn't the last version of Kipnapped filmed in NZ as some numpty thought NZ looked like Scotland.

Kipnapped? It should have been called 'The Lord of the MacRing'.
 
#7
Why yes, Kidnapped was filmed here...
I was in it as well, I can be seen for approx 1.5 seconds...but in the distance. Not too bad as I got $200 NZD for only 6 hours realy easy work. Yeah. Awesome
 
#8
There's that much filming in NZ, even the sheep have agents.

Sticking to the Scottish theme, I wonder what the McMaoris thought of Kidnapped.
 
#11
And a Holiday Inn as well?
 
#13
casper145 said:
Why yes, Kidnapped was filmed here...
I was in it as well, I can be seen for approx 1.5 seconds...but in the distance. Not too bad as I got $200 NZD for only 6 hours realy easy work. Yeah. Awesome
that's about £4 sterling :)
 
#14
Or about four quid Stirling since they apparently have an SAS.
 
#15
they do. lived with two of them in bosnia. very professional, do lots of exchanges with our lot.

i would say their army is small but very professional, having worked with lots of them (two companies out of their two regular infantry battalions :) - yes, two.)
 
#17
An old mate of mine spent a few years in NZ and he ended up working as a trained killer.

He worked in an abattoir to finance uni.

Probably not the same thing, he said looking round nervously.
 
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casper145 said:
lol yes the NZSAS is where you can find some of the most professional soldiers in the world :thumright:
Just like this prime example at the National Army Museum.

[Bought a NZ$1 tourist dollar there and the bloody things gone rusty. A cheap trick indeed].
 

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#19
"I left you in this position" springs to mind.
 

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