Hilarious Misconceptions about New Zealand

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Over the years I’ve heard some pretty funny things about New Zealand. A worrying amount of these things were said in all seriousness. By adults.

The following list of Common Misconceptions about New Zealand comes from www.not-australia.co.nz. If you’ve got anything to add to it, leave a comment below.

NZMisconception#1.2

NEW ZEALAND MISCONCEPTION #1: NEW ZEALAND IS PART OF AUSTRALIA

Of all the misconceptions about New Zealand, this is the most common. Australia and New Zealand are, in fact, two completely separate countries. Saying that New Zealand is part of Australia is like saying that Canada is part of the United States of America. It’s just wrong. Not to mention New Zealanders get rather tetchy about it.

NZMisconception#2.5

NEW ZEALAND MISCONCEPTION #2: AUCKLAND HAS A “HARBOUR BRIDGE” THAT LINKS IT TO SYDNEY

As stated above, New Zealand and Australia are separate countries. How separate? Two thousand effing kilometres of effing salt…

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