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By (user no longer on site) OP     over a year ago

Any single Pakistani woman or married Pakistani couples looking for fun with a bbc?

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"Any single Pakistani woman or married Pakistani couples looking for fun with a bbc?"

And this relates to NZ how?

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By (user no longer on site) OP     over a year ago

my bad I rephrase the question lol I ment to say any in NZ?

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By *allySlinkyWoman  over a year ago

Leeds

Are you planning on going to NZ ?

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By (user no longer on site) OP     over a year ago

Yes will be moving in the near future

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By *allySlinkyWoman  over a year ago

Leeds

Exciting times ahead for you

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

Love one to have WhatsApp fun mmmmm x

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago


"Love one to have WhatsApp fun mmmmm x"

WhatsApp with a Pakistani woman from new Zealand!

Thats a pretty niche requirement.

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By (user no longer on site) 46 weeks ago

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By (user no longer on site) 46 weeks ago

Pakistani women are my weakness I turn into a total slut especially those with sexys legs mmmm? !

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By *allySlinkyWoman 46 weeks ago

Leeds

Somestud - have you ever been to NZ ?

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By (user no longer on site) 42 weeks ago

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By *lasgow_mMan 42 weeks ago

glasgow

Has anyone here visited or plan on visiting nz?

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By *3xyCoupleCouple 42 weeks ago

swingers town

Pakistani her but London

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By *orthern26Man 42 weeks ago

morpeth

I live in nz

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By *ustusboth2013Couple 42 weeks ago

Birmingham


"Yes will be moving in the near future "

I guess he’s gone.

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By *herrySnickersWoman 41 weeks ago

Somewhere

This is hilarious…

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By *allySlinkyWoman 41 weeks ago

Leeds

I guess he's moved to NZ. I assume he will be in a quarantine hotel for 2 weeks.

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By *ighugs69Man 41 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Maybe deleting the account was one of the entry requirements. Got my Visa in the 90s before FAB was a thing.

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By (user no longer on site) 37 weeks ago

Ha ha. You could not make this ad up.

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By *arvest 84Man 37 weeks ago

SCAWBY, NEAR , BRIGG.

any near , scawby , brigg , lincolnshire, message me , as i would love to. xx

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By *ustusboth2013Couple 36 weeks ago

Birmingham

And just when you thought this post was going to die a death.

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By *ighugs69Man 36 weeks ago

Port Talbot

There's not alot going on down under at the moment anyway. Most of them are on lockdown.

My FB feed is full of friends complaining of being stuck inside at the start of spring.

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By *ustusboth2013Couple 35 weeks ago

Birmingham


"There's not alot going on down under at the moment anyway. Most of them are on lockdown.

My FB feed is full of friends complaining of being stuck inside at the start of spring. "

Couldn’t help but read those two statements as double entendres.

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By *oby le roneMan 35 weeks ago

rhondda


"This is hilarious… "

Fair play this thread is comedy gold

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By (user no longer on site) 34 weeks ago

My girls pakistani if pictures are your thing

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By *over_raeMan 33 weeks ago

solihull

This is so much bullshit

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By *ighugs69Man 31 weeks ago

Port Talbot


"There's not alot going on down under at the moment anyway. Most of them are on lockdown.

My FB feed is full of friends complaining of being stuck inside at the start of spring.

Couldn’t help but read those two statements as double entendres. "

as if I would ever do such a thing...

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By *utdoor29Man 30 weeks ago

paisley

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By *akequeen90Couple 30 weeks ago

Sydney

Fiji is quite close to New Zealand

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By *lasgow_mMan 30 weeks ago

glasgow

So is Australia

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By *ingobingoMan 30 weeks ago

chch

So is Tonga.

Great game!

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By *ighugs69Man 30 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Most Europeans wouldn't call a 3 hour flight quite close

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By (user no longer on site) 30 weeks ago

Looking married couples live in turkey /Istanbul. Want try first DVP. My big fantasy

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By *utdoor29Man 29 weeks ago

paisley

I find them alot more attractive

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By (user no longer on site) 28 weeks ago

Why do you like them so much??

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By *arvest 84Man 18 weeks ago

SCAWBY, NEAR , BRIGG.

one very sexy lady works in a shop in our village, i always wink at her when i go in, i cant say much to her as her hubby also works in the same shop .

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By *lackMetalMan 17 weeks ago

Centre


"one very sexy lady works in a shop in our village, i always wink at her when i go in, i cant say much to her as her hubby also works in the same shop . "

Winking at her is a bit creepy. Has she showed any sign that she thinks you are the bees knees? If not, then I can only think of how she’d feel if you walked in, knowing you were gonna be giving one of your weird trademark winks

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 17 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven

Have just read all the comments in this thread. It has given me a few chuckles, so thank you.

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By *ustusboth2013Couple 17 weeks ago

Birmingham


"Have just read all the comments in this thread. It has given me a few chuckles, so thank you. "

It’s kept me entertained for many months. And congratulations on being the first profile in this thread to be from NZ.

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By *uycrazyMan 17 weeks ago

ippy

Hiya geniune guy would love to meet x always turns up x i love pakistarni woman mmmm so hot x pls chat to me x

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By *ornyApnaMan 16 weeks ago

Huddersfield


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By *lassOverflowingWoman 16 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Have just read all the comments in this thread. It has given me a few chuckles, so thank you.

It’s kept me entertained for many months. And congratulations on being the first profile in this thread to be from NZ. "

I feel honoured to represent New Zealand in such a way.

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By *lirtManXXXMan 16 weeks ago

Malmesbury

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By *lirtManXXXMan 16 weeks ago

Malmesbury


"Have just read all the comments in this thread. It has given me a few chuckles, so thank you.

It’s kept me entertained for many months. And congratulations on being the first profile in this thread to be from NZ.

I feel honoured to represent New Zealand in such a way. "

I've got an uncle in New Zealand, maybe you know him?

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 16 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Have just read all the comments in this thread. It has given me a few chuckles, so thank you.

It’s kept me entertained for many months. And congratulations on being the first profile in this thread to be from NZ.

I feel honoured to represent New Zealand in such a way.

I've got an uncle in New Zealand, maybe you know him? "

If he is a farmer called Fred Dagg, then yes

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

Don’t Kiwi fruits come from New Zealand? Or it it a myth?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 16 weeks ago

Leeds

Kiwi fruits originally came from China. They can be grown successfully in UK. Most of our imported kiwis come from Italy

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

I’ll be dammed….

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By *ighugs69Man 16 weeks ago

Port Talbot

The fruit is grown there as a cash crop. Mostly exported didn't see them eaten much.

Unlike beetroot which seemed to be in everything I dislike beetroot. Ordered a Kiwi burger at McDonald's and thought this doesn't taste right. Took it apart & found a slice of it in there

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

Well I’ll be doubly dammed…

Kiwi burger with beetroot. What will they think of next…

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 16 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Don’t Kiwi fruits come from New Zealand? Or it it a myth?"

Zespri is the trade name for kiwi fruit grown in NZ.

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 16 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"The fruit is grown there as a cash crop. Mostly exported didn't see them eaten much.

Unlike beetroot which seemed to be in everything I dislike beetroot. Ordered a Kiwi burger at McDonald's and thought this doesn't taste right. Took it apart & found a slice of it in there "

Lots of kiwifruit eaten here too, but best quality are exported.

I agree re beetroot being eaten lots and part of Kiwi burgers. Also, lots of pumpkin eaten as a vegetable. I used to hate it, but have grown to like it now.

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By *ighugs69Man 16 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Yes I do remember the fruit being advertised as export grade. Also remember the pie shops being really good.

Speaking of adverts do L&P still use the - World famous in New Zealand line?

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 16 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Yes I do remember the fruit being advertised as export grade. Also remember the pie shops being really good.

Speaking of adverts do L&P still use the - World famous in New Zealand line? "

They do

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By *ustusboth2013Couple 16 weeks ago

Birmingham

Possibly the best, unusual, dynamic, strangest, informative, funniest and longest thread going in the forums.

Just as it looks to die a death it comes alive again with utter brilliance.

Looking at the opening post to where it is now. Genius!

And I’ve learnt lots of new things over the past 24 hours.

Sadly the OP is UNLOS to appreciate his fine work.

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By *usty KnightMan 16 weeks ago

London


"Possibly the best, unusual, dynamic, strangest, informative, funniest and longest thread going in the forums.

Just as it looks to die a death it comes alive again with utter brilliance.

Looking at the opening post to where it is now. Genius!

And I’ve learnt lots of new things over the past 24 hours.

Sadly the OP is UNLOS to appreciate his fine work. "

Attractive Indians? No one mentioned how Pakistan came about? Big P, for another fine Political mess. On a lighter note , how much for a Kiwi in (Brexit) Britain? Red rags ahoy!

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

Is it correct to say Kiwi fruit per unit weight have more vitamin C than Oranges?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 16 weeks ago

Leeds

Yes but the best fruit for Vitamin C is guava

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By *allySlinkyWoman 16 weeks ago

Leeds

Gram for gram fresh thyme has triple the vitamin C of an orange

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

Strawberry’s rank highly too right?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 16 weeks ago

Leeds

Yes but chilli peppers and sprouts rank higher !

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

I’m going to have to alter my smoothie ingredients now….

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 16 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"I’m going to have to alter my smoothie ingredients now…."

Not sure I fancy a chilli pepper and sprout smoothie

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By *ighugs69Man 16 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Sprouts are just rank

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By *al kalMan 16 weeks ago

London

Worse if you don’t cook/boil them before blending them up… I can tell you.

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By *ighugs69Man 16 weeks ago

Port Talbot

I do remember getting them in a meal from a Chinese takeaway in Auckland - I didn't go back to that takeaway.

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 15 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"I do remember getting them in a meal from a Chinese takeaway in Auckland - I didn't go back to that takeaway. "

Ugh, that sounds awful. Don't blame you.

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By *allySlinkyWoman 15 weeks ago

Leeds

I've had sprouts served in a vegetable curry and they were fine.

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By *ighugs69Man 15 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Was adventurous in a Thai restaurant & ordered the octopus with chilly dip instead of the normal soup for starter.

Whole baby ones arrived on the plate instead of the chopped up bits I was expecting Took a good few minutes to try the first one...

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By *allySlinkyWoman 15 weeks ago

Leeds

Was the chilly dip very cold ?

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By *ighugs69Man 15 weeks ago

Port Talbot


"Was the chilly dip very cold ?"

Lol it did give me the shakes

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By *al kalMan 15 weeks ago

London

I once tried an octopus tentacle in a selection of sushi. It’s tasted like what I could only imagine what eating a rubber bath mat with suctions cups on the bottom would be like….

Never again. I’d stick to the sprouts…… even if raw.

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By *allySlinkyWoman 15 weeks ago

Leeds

Octopuses have three hearts and nine brains. Sprouts have zero.

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By *al kalMan 15 weeks ago

London

And they can regenerate lost limbs...

Sprouts have no limbs....

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By *ighugs69Man 15 weeks ago

Port Talbot

They can generate farts - so I've been told...

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 15 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Was adventurous in a Thai restaurant & ordered the octopus with chilly dip instead of the normal soup for starter.

Whole baby ones arrived on the plate instead of the chopped up bits I was expecting

Took a good few minutes to try the first one... "

I remember watching a travel programme about Korean Sannakji.

A delicacy of eating baby octopus, either killed and cut up just prior to eating so the tentacles still move on the plate, or sometimes still alive.

There is a knack to eating them when still live so their tentacles don't suction in to your mouth

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By *al kalMan 15 weeks ago

London


"Was adventurous in a Thai restaurant & ordered the octopus with chilly dip instead of the normal soup for starter.

Whole baby ones arrived on the plate instead of the chopped up bits I was expecting

Took a good few minutes to try the first one...

I remember watching a travel programme about Korean Sannakji.

A delicacy of eating baby octopus, either killed and cut up just prior to eating so the tentacles still move on the plate, or sometimes still alive.

There is a knack to eating them when still live so their tentacles don't suction in to your mouth

"

I think I saw something similar on a cooking vid. Tentacles or sections of tentacles have their own neurone control system and can work independently from the brain, so even can respond so stimulus when severed for some time. Won’t / can’t go anywhere near that horrid….

After watching My Octopus Teacher on Netflixs, I can’t bear the thought of harm coming to one. They are incredibly intelligent and have been recognised in U.K. as being sentient creatures. Save the Octopus!

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By *ighugs69Man 15 weeks ago

Port Talbot

I'm not a particularly a squeamish carnivore but wasn't used to food still looking like the original animal.

There was a big story in the media while I was there about an Asian restaurant.  Where a live crayfish I think or may have been lobster had food stuffed in it's tail. People were eating the food out of the tail as it moved around the table.

Guess it was a common dish in the country of the restaurant but didn't half create a lot of reaction in Auckland.

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By *oby le roneMan 15 weeks ago

rhondda


"I once tried an octopus tentacle in a selection of sushi. It’s tasted like what I could only imagine what eating a rubber bath mat with suctions cups on the bottom would be like….

Never again. I’d stick to the sprouts…… even if raw."

I like trying new and foreign food but I'd take double egg and chips over tentacle any day

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By *allySlinkyWoman 15 weeks ago

Leeds

I am too squeamish to eat a runny egg yolk !

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By *al kalMan 15 weeks ago

London


"I am too squeamish to eat a runny egg yolk ! "

What about an omelette?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 15 weeks ago

Leeds


"I am too squeamish to eat a runny egg yolk !

What about an omelette?"

I like omlettes if they are fully cooked, and scrambled eggs

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By *al kalMan 15 weeks ago

London


"I am too squeamish to eat a runny egg yolk !

What about an omelette?

I like omlettes if they are fully cooked, and scrambled eggs "

What about a fried egg?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 13 weeks ago

Leeds


"I am too squeamish to eat a runny egg yolk !

What about a fried egg?"

Not if it has a runny yolk.

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By *ighugs69Man 13 weeks ago

Port Talbot


"I am too squeamish to eat a runny egg yolk !

What about a fried egg?

Not if it has a runny yolk."

Always liked dipping soldiers in a soft boiled egg growing up.

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By *allySlinkyWoman 13 weeks ago

Leeds

Bread or toast soldiers ?

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By *ighugs69Man 13 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Bread, we weren't posh enough to have a toaster

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By (user no longer on site) 11 weeks ago

Fuck NZ come and fuck me ladies xx

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By *yes146Man 11 weeks ago

Bournemouth/ London

love it. Sex and food, great combo. To add to it, exotic fruit. Surprisingly no Pineapple.

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By *allySlinkyWoman 11 weeks ago

Leeds

Even the names are sexy

Lychee

Physalis

Kumquat

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By *ricky09Man 10 weeks ago

Gloucester/Cyprus

I did 6 years in NZ at a place called Whenuapai

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By *allySlinkyWoman 10 weeks ago

Leeds


"I did 6 years in NZ at a place called Whenuapai "

Did you meet any Pakistani women there ?

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 10 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"I did 6 years in NZ at a place called Whenuapai "

Had to Google that one. Never heard of the place. Apparently there is an aerodrome there.

Hope you enjoyed it living here.

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By *yes146Man 10 weeks ago

Bournemouth/ London


"I did 6 years in NZ at a place called Whenuapai

Did you meet any Pakistani women there ?"

Hahaha you got there first.

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By *al kalMan 9 weeks ago

London

Has anyone tried Vegan cheese? What did you think of it?

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 9 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 9 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Has anyone tried Vegan cheese? What did you think of it?"

Tried it once. It was much tastier than I thought it would be. It was shredded stuff to go on a pizza.

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By *al kalMan 9 weeks ago

London


"Has anyone tried Vegan cheese? What did you think of it?

Tried it once. It was much tastier than I thought it would be. It was shredded stuff to go on a pizza.

"

Interesting… that could dilute the true taste if used for pizza purposes….

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By *allySlinkyWoman 9 weeks ago

Leeds

Pineapple on a pizza.

Mmmmmm

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By *agnekMan 9 weeks ago

Kinross area

Mmmmmmm _allyslinky

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By *al kalMan 9 weeks ago

London


"Pineapple on a pizza.

Mmmmmm "

Fan of the Hawaiian style hey?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 9 weeks ago

Leeds

This thread is for fans of Pakistani style

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By *ighugs69Man 9 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Wouldn't that been more of a nann bread than of a pizza

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By *al kalMan 9 weeks ago

London

Not necessarily. I love a good old margarita myself..

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By *ighugs69Man 9 weeks ago

Port Talbot

I was referring to Pakistani style bread

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By *allySlinkyWoman 8 weeks ago

Leeds

Do you enjoy a stuffed naan ?

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By *agnekMan 8 weeks ago

Kinross area


"Do you enjoy a stuffed naan ?"

Mmmmmmm stuffed naan

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 8 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Do you enjoy a stuffed naan ?

Mmmmmmm stuffed naan "

Peshwari naan mmmm

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By *ighugs69Man 8 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Can be very nice, depends what the naan is stuffed with

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By *allySlinkyWoman 8 weeks ago

Leeds

I prefer potato to mince

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By *agnekMan 8 weeks ago

Kinross area

Mmmmmmm mince and tatties

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By *punker1000Man 6 weeks ago

stoke on trent

Nigerian romance fraud

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By *agnekMan 6 weeks ago

Kinross area

Now, tell me someone who just doesn't love an email from a Nigerian prince or princess who is requiring your help to transfer money from here to there and il point out a liar

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By *ighugs69Man 6 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Well that's an unexpected direction for the thread to take

Speaking of money transfers I still have an active New Zealand account. Should move it back to the UK but it's nice getting the occasional statement in the post from down under.

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By *agnekMan 6 weeks ago

Kinross area

Transfer it to me and il send you a statement once a year

Enough of this nonsense from me, back to the topic

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By *ighugs69Man 6 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Nice try

Was my emergency bolt hole fund. Enough to buy a flight back down there & keep me going for a while.

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By *agnekMan 6 weeks ago

Kinross area

How big is the Pakistani population in NZ?

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By *allySlinkyWoman 6 weeks ago

Leeds


"How big is the Pakistani population in NZ?"

In 2007 there were 5,000. I don't know a more recent figure

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By *ighugs69Man 6 weeks ago

Port Talbot

There were a lot of South Asia people I worked with there, mainly from India & the Philippines. But that was a long time ago.

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By *agnekMan 6 weeks ago

Kinross area


"How big is the Pakistani population in NZ?

In 2007 there were 5,000. I don't know a more recent figure"

What is NZ over all population?

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By *al kalMan 6 weeks ago

London


"How big is the Pakistani population in NZ?

In 2007 there were 5,000. I don't know a more recent figure

What is NZ over all population?"

And could someone prove the figure including sheep also… TA

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By *allySlinkyWoman 6 weeks ago

Leeds


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What is NZ over all population?"

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

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By *al kalMan 6 weeks ago

London


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What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million"

And the baaa baaas?

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By *agnekMan 6 weeks ago

Kinross area


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million"

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 6 weeks ago

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 6 weeks ago

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"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though"

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

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By *al kalMan 6 weeks ago

London


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

"

That is a lot of woolly jumpers...

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 6 weeks ago

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 6 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

That is a lot of woolly jumpers..."

It sure is. Apologies for my grammar in last comment too. Were, not was

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By *tsfoxyMan 5 weeks ago

manchester

Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

Btw there's 80 million possums in New Zealand, don't hear anyone bleating about that except dame Edna.

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"Btw there's 80 million possums in New Zealand, don't hear anyone bleating about that except dame Edna."

Isn’t that some type of limerick? Is Edna alive?

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

That is a lot of woolly jumpers...

It sure is. Apologies for my grammar in last comment too. Were, not was "

Don’t worry don’t think that baa baas would really mind….

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 5 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

That is a lot of woolly jumpers...

It sure is. Apologies for my grammar in last comment too. Were, not was

Don’t worry don’t think that baa baas would really mind…."

Just feeling a little sheepish

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

That is a lot of woolly jumpers...

It sure is. Apologies for my grammar in last comment too. Were, not was

Don’t worry don’t think that baa baas would really mind….

Just feeling a little sheepish "

Aww you poor lamb, bless you.

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 5 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

That is a lot of woolly jumpers...

It sure is. Apologies for my grammar in last comment too. Were, not was

Don’t worry don’t think that baa baas would really mind….

Just feeling a little sheepish

Aww you poor lamb, bless you."

Thank ewe

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"

What is NZ over all population?

NZ population 2007 was 4.22 million

It's nearer 5 million nowadays I think, on par with Scotland.

They probably have more sheep though

Jacinda tells us that New Zealand is a team of 5 million.

Google tells me that, as of June 2021 there was 25.97 million sheep in NZ.

That is a lot of woolly jumpers...

It sure is. Apologies for my grammar in last comment too. Were, not was

Don’t worry don’t think that baa baas would really mind….

Just feeling a little sheepish

Aww you poor lamb, bless you.

Thank ewe "

Herd you loud and clear……your welcome.

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By *ighugs69Man 5 weeks ago

Port Talbot


"Btw there's 80 million possums in New Zealand, don't hear anyone bleating about that except dame Edna.

Isn’t that some type of limerick? Is Edna alive?"

One of those evil things scared the you know what out of me one night.

Stopped South of Lake Taupo in the middle of nowhere during the early hours. Was getting something from the car's boot & heard an awful scratching sound behind me. Turned around to see the red eyes of a possum half way up a tree looking at me.

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By *tsfoxyMan 5 weeks ago

manchester

You wait till you meet the DREADED kea

It's like the white rabbit from the holy grail.

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By *ighugs69Man 5 weeks ago

Port Talbot


"You wait till you meet the DREADED kea

It's like the white rabbit from the holy grail."

Was warned they liked the attacking parked vehicles to steal rubber off them. Never had any problems with my cars or motorbike through.

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 5 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"You wait till you meet the DREADED kea

It's like the white rabbit from the holy grail.

Was warned they liked the attacking parked vehicles to steal rubber off them. Never had any problems with my cars or motorbike through. "

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

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By *ornucopiaMan 5 weeks ago

Bexley


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

..."

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

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By *agnekMan 5 weeks ago

Kinross area


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant."

I didn't realize Pakistani was a religion, how ignorant am i

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By *ornucopiaMan 5 weeks ago

Bexley

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By *ornucopiaMan 5 weeks ago

Bexley


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

I didn't realize Pakistani was a religion, how ignorant am i "

As far as I know 'Pakistani' is a noun or an adjective pertaining to nationality, not a religion.

Officially the country is named the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, if that helps with the ignorance issue.

However, religion doesn't usually have a significance where finding women attractive is concerned but in this instance I wondered if it might account for the specific interest.

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By *agnekMan 5 weeks ago

Kinross area

96% roughly are Muslims, he might have been looking for the other 4%

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant."

Reality check. This is a New Zealand post right. As of 2007 there were 5000 Pakistani Kiwis. Chances of finding a liberal woman of this specific heritage on a sex/swinging site it’s minimal at best.

If this post was referring to sheep, now chances are you might find 1 computer literate and sex liberal baa baa, out of the 25 million.

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By *ornucopiaMan 5 weeks ago

Bexley


"96% roughly are Muslims, he might have been looking for the other 4% "

We will probably never find out as he has left the site1

Meanwhile, I have enjoyed reading about sheep statistics and being reminded about the mischievous keas.

There is an equally baffling post about cock size on the Canadian forum.

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"96% roughly are Muslims, he might have been looking for the other 4%

We will probably never find out as he has left the site1

Meanwhile, I have enjoyed reading about sheep statistics and being reminded about the mischievous keas.

There is an equally baffling post about cock size on the Canadian forum."

Oh those Canadians, always good natured and humoured….

As of 2013 there were a total of 5,871 Canadian New Zealanders accounted for.

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By *agnekMan 5 weeks ago

Kinross area


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

Reality check. This is a New Zealand post right. As of 2007 there were 5000 Pakistani Kiwis. Chances of finding a liberal woman of this specific heritage on a sex/swinging site it’s minimal at best.

If this post was referring to sheep, now chances are you might find 1 computer literate and sex liberal baa baa, out of the 25 million.

"

Aye, but would it be a New Zealand Pakistani sheep

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

Reality check. This is a New Zealand post right. As of 2007 there were 5000 Pakistani Kiwis. Chances of finding a liberal woman of this specific heritage on a sex/swinging site it’s minimal at best.

If this post was referring to sheep, now chances are you might find 1 computer literate and sex liberal baa baa, out of the 25 million.

Aye, but would it be a New Zealand Pakistani sheep "

More likely to be a sausage dog pretending to be a sheep….

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

Reality check. This is a New Zealand post right. As of 2007 there were 5000 Pakistani Kiwis. Chances of finding a liberal woman of this specific heritage on a sex/swinging site it’s minimal at best.

If this post was referring to sheep, now chances are you might find 1 computer literate and sex liberal baa baa, out of the 25 million.

Aye, but would it be a New Zealand Pakistani sheep

More likely to be a sausage dog pretending to be a sheep…."

Or a hobbit.

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 5 weeks ago

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 5 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

Reality check. This is a New Zealand post right. As of 2007 there were 5000 Pakistani Kiwis. Chances of finding a liberal woman of this specific heritage on a sex/swinging site it’s minimal at best.

If this post was referring to sheep, now chances are you might find 1 computer literate and sex liberal baa baa, out of the 25 million.

Aye, but would it be a New Zealand Pakistani sheep

More likely to be a sausage dog pretending to be a sheep….

Or a hobbit."

Or Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy ....

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By *al kalMan 5 weeks ago

London


"Yes please stick to the topic of Pakistani women in NZ and stop talking about kiwis, food, stuffed naan, or how many sheep there are ffs.

...

To be fair, the Pakistani women topic hasn't really gathered momentum.

Not quite sure why it couldn't have been widened to other South Asian women unless the religious angle is significant.

Reality check. This is a New Zealand post right. As of 2007 there were 5000 Pakistani Kiwis. Chances of finding a liberal woman of this specific heritage on a sex/swinging site it’s minimal at best.

If this post was referring to sheep, now chances are you might find 1 computer literate and sex liberal baa baa, out of the 25 million.

Aye, but would it be a New Zealand Pakistani sheep

More likely to be a sausage dog pretending to be a sheep….

Or a hobbit.

Or Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy ...."

Or a sheep dressed pretending to be a sausage dog, that is pretending to be a sheep. BaaWoofBaa

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By *ingobingoMan 3 weeks ago

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By *ingobingoMan 3 weeks ago

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There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive."

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 2 weeks ago

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 2 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers"

Kakapo, weka and morepork are all cute too. Oh, and piwakawaka.

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By *liXbigMan 2 weeks ago

Wellington


"

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers

Kakapo, weka and morepork are all cute too. Oh, and piwakawaka. "

Got Kaka where I live. They are very cheeky too!

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 2 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers

Kakapo, weka and morepork are all cute too. Oh, and piwakawaka.

Got Kaka where I live. They are very cheeky too! "

Are you anywhere Zealandia? I loved it there. So many different native bird species. Orokonui Ecosanctuary is beautiful too in Dunedin.

Kereru always make me laugh when they take off after eating lots of berries. I'm never quite sure if they will make it or not.

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By *liXbigMan 2 weeks ago

Wellington


"

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers

Kakapo, weka and morepork are all cute too. Oh, and piwakawaka.

Got Kaka where I live. They are very cheeky too!

Are you anywhere Zealandia? I loved it there. So many different native bird species. Orokonui Ecosanctuary is beautiful too in Dunedin.

Kereru always make me laugh when they take off after eating lots of berries. I'm never quite sure if they will make it or not. "

I live about 6-7 km from Zealandia, as the Kaka flies.

And Kereru always drop their droppings on my car...

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago

Me and my wife recently joined fab we found so many Pakistani couples are in this lifestyle also it gives my wife a booster to enter this lifestyle.

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By *lassOverflowingWoman 2 weeks ago

Slice of Heaven


"

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers

Kakapo, weka and morepork are all cute too. Oh, and piwakawaka.

Got Kaka where I live. They are very cheeky too!

Are you anywhere Zealandia? I loved it there. So many different native bird species. Orokonui Ecosanctuary is beautiful too in Dunedin.

Kereru always make me laugh when they take off after eating lots of berries. I'm never quite sure if they will make it or not.

I live about 6-7 km from Zealandia, as the Kaka flies.

And Kereru always drop their droppings on my car... "

Lovely, well the kereru droppings not so much so.

You live in a truly beautiful part of the Country.

I love everything about Wellington, apart from the wind.

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By *liXbigMan 2 weeks ago

Wellington


"

There is currently an amazing video of a Kea stealing someone's gopro camera which keeps filming. The family find it in the end.

Kea's are very clever and inquisitive.

I saw that on the news. It was amazing footage! Love those little buggers

Kakapo, weka and morepork are all cute too. Oh, and piwakawaka.

Got Kaka where I live. They are very cheeky too!

Are you anywhere Zealandia? I loved it there. So many different native bird species. Orokonui Ecosanctuary is beautiful too in Dunedin.

Kereru always make me laugh when they take off after eating lots of berries. I'm never quite sure if they will make it or not.

I live about 6-7 km from Zealandia, as the Kaka flies.

And Kereru always drop their droppings on my car...

Lovely, well the kereru droppings not so much so.

You live in a truly beautiful part of the Country.

I love everything about Wellington, apart from the wind. "

There isn't always wind in Welly. For example, right now it's very calm and the sun is shining. I hear a tui chatting on one of the trees. Last night towards morning I heard a morepork. Yes, it's really nice here...

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By *IAMONDS69Couple 1 week ago

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Goodness gracious me .. init ..

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