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Photoshopped image credit: Rick H

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Face of the day

Labour MP Louisa Wall -Villainesse

 

My whole thing is I don’t want any f*****g TERF’s at the Pride parade

-Labour MP Louisa Wall

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Satirical image of the day

Photoshopped image credit: Pixy with thanks to Cadae for the idea

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Top Ten posts of the week

This Sunday morning post is to provide you with the links to the top TEN most read posts of the past week so that you can easily catch up on the most interesting and popular posts written by our Whaleoil writers over the past 7 days ( Sunday to Monday).

As our staff, all recover from their Whale Meat Company induced food coma ( yes the sirloin steaks were melt in your mouth tender thanks for asking and Nige cooked them to perfection) why not have a read over their very best and most popular posts from this past week?

  1. Do we need to read between the lines?
  2. Whaleoil transcription: Mike Hosking & Jacinda Ardern on Pike re-entry, Sroubek, Spectrum 5G & the price of petrol
  3. Sroubek decision made by the immigration minister
  4. Ardern announces KiwiRent
  5. 125,600 homes and other buildings just became unsaleable
  6. Consent withdrawn
  7. Handy Andy shifts dirt like nothing else can
  8. Collins visits golliwog country & slams political correctness
  9. Andrew Little should apologise; no one else
  10. Simon Bridges’ own brother in law wants to jump ship because Bridges can’t win

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Read the top five posts from yesterday

Most read

Our What’s Hot post and Must Read posts up the top of our home page are based on the two articles from the day before that attracted the most comments.

This post is to provide you with the links to the top five most read posts as the vast majority of our readership do not comment and the post with the most comments is not always the most popular post.

  1. Simon Bridges’ own brother in law wants to jump ship because Bridges can’t win
  2. Jones tries to give solace to Taranaki
  3. Compare your political views to Cam’s: Take the quiz
  4. Faces of the day
  5. Minister of making it up as we go along

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Cry babies of the year

Furious parents have taken to Twitter to call out Amazon. Photo / Getty Images Daily Mail

Amazon UK has been accused by disappointed crybaby British parents of ruining their children’s Christmas.

Cry babies like these are the reason why we have the stereotype of bloody whinging Poms.

They are expecting Amazon to read their minds.

Where has personal responsibility gone? Quote.

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View from your window

Where do you think today’s photo was taken?

VFYW: Whaleoil

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A contribution from Whaleoil staff and interns.

Read the top five posts from yesterday

Most read

Our What’s Hot post and Must Read posts up the top of our home page are based on the two articles from the day before that attracted the most comments.

This post is to provide you with the links to the top five most read posts as the vast majority of our readership do not comment and the post with the most comments is not always the most popular post.

  1. Sroubek decision made by the immigration minister
  2. 125,600 homes and other buildings just became unsaleable
  3. My warning is too late: Kiwi kids are already being indoctrinated
  4. Mahuta is as important as a Samoan who can drive a boat!
  5. KiwiFail being rolled out in the provinces

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Faces of the day

Photoshopped image credit: Luke

Does this moko make me look inspiring and influential?

 

Photoshopped image credit: Technomage

This facial tattoo should win Helen some kind of an award surely? She actually made things happen when she was Prime Minister rather than creating working groups and having pointless ‘ conversations.’

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