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    Doncaster Gives Kiwis a Warm Welcome

    And the Kiwis repay the compliment.


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    Embarrassing native rubbish, should not be copied, not all cultures are 'equal'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanax View Post
    Embarrassing native rubbish, should not be copied, not all cultures are 'equal'.
    Why don't you swallow yourself whole?

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    Do you think all New Zealanders buy into this laughable portrayal of the country?

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    Doncaster is one of the most horrid shiteholes I have ever had the displeasure of visisting

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    From the world cup I seem to remember the Samoan's have the best "Haka"

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanax
    Embarrassing native rubbish, should not be copied, not all cultures are 'equal'.
    They're kids, Xanax. Lighten up a bit. The Kiwi rugby team didn't seem offended. Most of them were filming it.



    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert Wanger
    Doncaster is one of the most horrid shiteholes I have ever had the displeasure of visisting
    Gotta agree, and I still live there part time

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    And the Kiwis repay the compliment.


    Nice - excellent PR and lots of goodwill

    Quote Originally Posted by xanax
    Embarrassing native rubbish, should not be copied, not all cultures are 'equal'.
    Equal? Hmm, I must have missed the connotation there - did you not make it on the rugby team?
    Fret not, I only made it as a winger so I wouldn't get sandwiched by the fat bastards at school

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    Quote Originally Posted by xanax
    Embarrassing native rubbish, should not be copied, not all cultures are 'equal'.
    FFS, it was bunch of kids doing something they had probably been rehearsing for a while and which is a sporting tradition and you want to piss and moan about it??

    I'm sure the kids got a kick out of it and the Kiwis did too, it is a nice little fun video.

    It seems there really is nothing too trivial for you to bitch about. Get a grip man.

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    It just sounds like he's a bigoted old fool . . . 'not all cultures are equal' . . . not quite sure how that comes in but it does sound very RickThai-esque, but from a sleazy direction as he's too chicken shit to admit it

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    I have spent a wasted six years of my live living in
    the Peoples's Republic of Doncaster. It is, indeed a real shocker. Good place to go for a fight though!

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    Those children where brilliant,they greeted the visitors in their own language.

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    And watch out - most of them were girls!! I can see them roaming the streets of Doncaster in a few years on a Friday night scaring the shite out of drunken louts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain
    The Kiwi rugby team didn't seem offended. Most of them were filming it.
    They were filming it in amazment ; it was probably the first bunch of all indigenous British children they had seen on their travels .

    The kids did well .
    Doncasrter is a shithole but at least theres some real people there .

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    ^ Blue you make Me laugh,thats what I thought but would not post it.

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    I had three very good times in Doncaster. The nags, the working mans clubs and the slags. Nice town.

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    But can you do the Haka?

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    The Haka is a fine Kiwi tradition, but it for me, seems a little stupid when performed by a white dude or a obese Maori.
    I don't imagine if the average TD er would appreciate the subtlety's of this Native challenge.
    Basically its a challenge to fight, or shag your woman, which ever comes first, and easiest.

    Never mind, our Representative from the embassy, the Rt Honorable Mr Robertson will be along shortly, to fill you in on the finer details.

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    You may be surprised by the number of heathens who understand the Haka. We are not stupid. Not the whole history but some of it.

    Do you understand the real history behind "The Flower of Scotland"?

    I thought that the Haka was a Maori tribal dance, so why wouldn't an obese (and they are not the slimmest of people) Maori dance.

    Anyway, it was good to see the kids learning about another culture. When i was about their age i learnt to bang on sticks like the Maoris do, would have rather done the haka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    You may be surprised by the number of heathens who understand the Haka. We are not stupid. Not the whole history but some of it.

    Do you understand the real history behind "The Flower of Scotland"?

    I thought that the Haka was a Maori tribal dance, so why wouldn't an obese (and they are not the slimmest of people) Maori dance.

    Anyway, it was good to see the kids learning about another culture. When i was about their age i learnt to bang on sticks like the Maoris do, would have rather done the haka.
    Its not a dance you silly patsycat. Its a challenge! a prelude to fvcking good fight, some thing you jocks should should understand, although Maoris don't generally practice the Glasgow kiss.
    Even the natives aren't that coarse, they abide by the queens-berry rules

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