What the Kiwis think of us...

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  1. OldSnowy

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  2. I was going to say who cares what the Kiwis think of us. After seeing that though, I have to admit that was pretty good. :)
     
  3. That was excellent, i think they rather like us.

    Boney
     
  4. 42 Below: fabulous stuff! 8)
     
  5. They do love us , mind there not bad themselves are they ? Still going to kick there arrse at the rugby soon.
     
  6. Oh Yeah, You and whos army???

    Morris Dancers v The Haka ........Bring it on :D
     
  7. Just shown that to my Kiwi work mates, they are P*ssing them selves laughing here.
     
  8. Well ''steaks n eggs and cans a piss bro '' Fucking morris dancers !! The best players are welsh . My best mate is a kiwi and he is going to get some shit when we beat them . There coach was sacked by Wales .
     
  9. Wouldn't hold my breath on that one
     
  10. DDDD, Please do not confuse:The British and Irish LionsWith those mash eating white settling Gay Morris dancing English pig dogs!!!!!!! FFS if you are going to bait someone get it right.
     
  11. Funny as fook. Scarily accurate. :lol:
     
  12. Class link. I know several kiwi's all quality chaps who just want to be English. I feel sorry for them sometimes that just because of the small fact of the location of their birth and the selfish attitude of their parents not being English that they can't fulfill their life long dream. Sad really brings a tear to my eye every time i think about it :( :twisted:
     

  13. Correction, it's the...

    SheepShagging HaggisBashingBogTrottingGayMorrisDancers :? v The Haka :twisted:

    The Te Rauparaha Haka:

    Before the Haka is performed by the team, the Haka leader, normally an All Black of Maori descent, will instigate the Haka and spur on those who are to perform the Haka with the following.

    Ringa pakia
    Uma tiraha
    Turi whatia
    Hope whai ake
    Waewae takahia kia kino

    English Translation:
    Slap the hands against the thighs
    Puff out the chest
    Bend the knees
    Let the hip follow
    Stamp the feet as hard as you can.

    Ka Mate! Ka Mate!
    Ka Ora! Ka Ora!
    Tenei te ta ngata puhuru huru
    Nana nei i tiki mai

    Whakawhiti te ra
    A upane ka upane!
    A upane kaupane whiti te ra!
    Hi!!

    English Translation:
    It is death! It is death!
    It is life! It is life!
    This is the hairy person
    Who caused the sun to shine
    Keep abreast! Keep abreast
    The rank! Hold fast!
    Into the sun that shines!

    Translation courtesy of the New Zealand Rugby Museum