NZ summer rulz, okay?

By Jon Bridges In Inbox

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21st January, 2012
Summer is harsh and at no other time of year are Kiwi men and women at more risk of being soft pussies than when the days get longer and the shorts get shorter. But in this country there’s a certain way we do things: no attribute is as prized as hardness; no fault is faultier than being a great big puss. If you don’t like it, you can always leave the country. The following rules for staying hard in the Kiwi summer weren’t written down by clowns with pens, they were chiselled into slabs of pure toughness by nasty buggers using bits of sharpened asbestos. Rule 1 Between ...

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