31st of January, 2014 (Friday)

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The relationship between Australia and New Zealand is roughly analogous to America and Canada, if Canada had a reputation for shagging sheep.

Comments (7)

15th of October, 2014 (Wednesday)
Actually, it's more like the Hatfields and the McCoys (and kiwi sheep at least _look_ like sheep, not some brown dusty things)
30th of November, 2014 (Sunday)
It sounds a lot like us English' relationship with Wales. The Irish drink, the Scotts hunt haggises, and the Welsh get intimate with sheep (in the rain).
24th of March, 2015 (Tuesday)
Purple Parfait
Being from New Zealand, you have no idea how common that line is.
Plus, we don't have an audible accent as we either sound like English people or Australian or American. Depends on who you talk to.
9th of June, 2015 (Tuesday)
@purpleparfait Interesting. Whereas I, who has never left the US, possess an indefinable accent described most accurately by my friends as, "The bastard, drunken lovechild of Cockney and Australian."
11th of June, 2015 (Thursday)
And when tired, slightly Scottish.
6th of October, 2015 (Tuesday)
Canada has a reputation for being very polite. United States has a reputation for shooting people. I'm brushing up on my etiquette...
23rd of November, 2015 (Monday)
Samuel Adams
I'm pretty sure Canadians do have that reputation, at least the ones I've met sure like cliffs...

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