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KiwiINTJ

Hello from New Zealand

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Hi all,

I have been reading the numerous threads on this forum for a week or so now, so I decided to finally sign up. There are heaps of interesting things that you guys discuss, which I look forward to taking part in.

Take it easy!

KiwiINTJ

90/75/90/80

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Welcome oh fellow Kiwi ! Membership certainly has its perks, after you contribute past a certain point. Enjoy.

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Welcome Kiwi!

Could you pass on a big hello to your wonderful country for me? New Zealand's a lovely place.

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Alright, another one close to my time zone! Welcome Kiwi.

Hullooo from Oz *waves enthusiastically*

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Welcome Kiwi!

Could you pass on a big hello to your wonderful country for me? New Zealand's a lovely place.

*Catches portion of Big Hello, throws it back in the direction it came from* :)

Where are you greeting us from ?

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I'm in Canada.

*catches Big Hello and gives it a moment to recoup from jet lag*

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I'm in Canada.

*catches Big Hello and gives it a moment to recoup from jet lag*

:laugh:

Cool, so there are Canadians here also...I was beginning to wonder where they were.

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Good to see a lot of friendly INTJs! (not that I ever doubted that INTJs were friendly underneath all that hardened steel armour). :P

I note the presence of an Aussie or two lurking about… it is true that no forum is perfect, but I sharnt let such a minor detail rain on my welcoming parade.

(I'm kidding, I love you Aussies really… I just had to, I couldn't resist).

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huh? We're different? I thought Kiwiland was another Australian state just with funny money :suspicious:

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mmm well you aussies better get used to NZ'ers seems about half of us already live there and the other half wish they were.

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A big hello from me. Are you south or north island? NZ is a special place, lucky you!

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huh? We're different? I thought Kiwiland was another Australian state just with funny money :suspicious:

from here kiwi looks like the pretty bit of oz. and both of them and canada too, are just semi-escapees of the UK.

welcome

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Welcome, from 'Merica, home of the true 'Mericans - yee-haw!!

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No, NZ has a drop beer problem, only Oz has drop 'bears', you guys and your funny talk, go on say bear... You can't can you... How about 'the drop bear wants six beers? ;D

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Wow I never knew the distinction, thanks Trinity. Another yoohoo from Canada, one of the other 'pretty' countries. :gorgeous:

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No, NZ has a drop beer problem, only Oz has drop 'bears', you guys and your funny talk, go on say bear... You can't can you... How about 'the drop bear wants six beers? ;D

Yea I didnt realise that we did that, I actually dont know how you say them differently >.> Beer, Bear, Bare, sound all the same to me.

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Yea I didnt realise that we did that, I actually dont know how you say them differently >.> Beer, Bear, Bare, sound all the same to me.

Oh no, they're gonna pick on you when you get here babe :mellow:

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A big hello from me. Are you south or north island? NZ is a special place, lucky you!

South Island for me - CHCH to be exact (apologies for the delay in responding, have been away for a bit).

Yea I didnt realise that we did that, I actually dont know how you say them differently >.> Beer, Bear, Bare, sound all the same to me.

Neither.

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*positions Aussie phonetics hat* :crowngrin:

Well...

You pronounce Bare and Bear correct and the same, they have an 'air' sound.

Beer however should have an 'ear' sound, that is if you wish to order one at a bar in 'Stralea without receiving odd looks and a snigger from the bartender.

Obviously I'm assuming you pronounce ear and air differently ;)

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Welcome KiwiINTJ, just a G'day from across the small ditch that's the Tasman Sea, hope you find this forum of interest.

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Obviously I'm assuming you pronounce ear and air differently ;)

I've been experimenting and it seems to me that they sound the same. I blame the English language. :P

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