Don’t Mess With Nature

Speight’s is a brewery in Dunedin, New Zealand. Speight’s is famous for its promotional branding based on being ‘a real southern man’ and being ‘the pride of the south’.

The Kea (Nestor notabilis) is a large species of parrot (superfamily Strigopoidea) found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand. The Kea’s notorious urge to explore and manipulate makes this bird a pest for residents and an attraction for tourists.

Litter consists of waste products that have been disposed of improperly, without consent, in an inappropriate location. To litter means to throw (often man-made) objects onto the ground and leave them as opposed to disposing of them properly.

Burger King Flashes Its Cajun Crown Jewels

BK Crown Jewels line is a line of chicken sandwiches and hamburgers sold by the international fast-food restaurant chain Burger King in the New Zealand Market. They are larger, adult oriented products made with higher quality ingredients than their “standard” menu items. The Blazing Saddle features bacon, relish, aioli, a Cajun spiced sauce, lettuce, tomato and onions.

According to an expression of the region, Cajuns live to eat, not eat to live. Outside Louisiana the distinctions between Cajun and Louisiana Creole cuisine have been blurred. However, Creole dishes tend to be more sophisticated continental cuisine using local produce. Cajun food is rural, more seasoned, sometimes spicy, and tends to be more hearty.

Clawed lobsters compose a family (Nephropidae, sometimes also Homaridae) of large marine crustaceans. Lobsters are economically important as seafood, forming the basis of a global industry that nets US$1.8 billion in trade annually.

Trumpet: Togs or Undies?

Ice cream or ice-cream (originally iced cream) is a frozen dessert made from dairy products, such as cream (or substituted ingredients), combined with flavorings and sweeteners, such as sugar.

A swimsuit, bathing suit or swimming costume is an item of clothing designed to be worn for swimming. In New Zealand English and some areas of Australian English, swimsuits are usually called togs. This term is less common in other parts of the Commonwealth where it can also refer to clothes in general.

Some clothing is specifically underwear, while some is also used as swimsuits (if made of suitable material), and both T-shirts and some shorts are suitable as underwear as well as outer clothing. Suitability as outer clothing is, apart from outdoor or indoor climate, largely a social and sometimes even a legal matter.

The new Hilux is unbreakable, no bull

The Toyota Hilux, and Toyota Tacoma, are compact pickup trucks built and marketed by the Toyota Motor Corporation. The Hilux name was adopted as a replacement for the Stout in 1969, and remains in use worldwide.

Sheep shagger (alternative spelling: Sheepshagger) is a term aimed at people living in rural areas where populations of sheep are greater than those of the human residents, such as rural Ireland, Aberdeen, Wales, Australia or New Zealand, implying they perform sexual acts with sheep. Usage of this term is restricted to within the British and Irish Isles and mostly aimed at Yorkshiremen or the Welsh, areas where animal farming is a major industry, and is likewise widespread in Australia and New Zealand, where sheep farming especially is conducted on an industrial scale.