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For the record, there are kiwis who are nice and have manners.
Even though some were drunk as skunks, the hubby's coworkers were really nice and polite when we all went out for dinner a few weeks ago... If you feel the need to prove my post correct and leave a rude comment to tell me I'm not wanted here (like some before you), don't bother because I won't publish it.
With a government policy that encouraged chain migration, whole families were reunited in New Zealand and close-knit communities developed as people from the same areas in Italy joined their fellow villagers in the new country. Families from Stromboli, one of Italy's Aeolian Islands, helped to establish the fishing industry at Island Bay.
The area features a vibrant Little Italy, and the Strombolani have published two books documenting their history in New Zealand.1882: Wellington's Garibaldi Club was founded.
We go to extra lengths to ensure that our service stays clean and safe and take all reports of misuse very seriously.
New Zealanders using have found meeting people online is more convenient and comfortable than through 'normal' offline channels such as bars and parties.
It's more fun Some dating sites claim to be the place to find someone to marry.
At NZDating we say the best relationships come from having fun making lots of friends - meanwhile 'the one' often magically appears!
The lady in front of me was trying (but not really succeeding) to be patient, but I just said, rather loudly, "Good grief!
" to get their attention so they would get out of our way! So, with the employees blocking the aisles and the customers stopping wherever they get distracted by a shiny object, it's a real nuisance to shop here.The only employee that bothered to ask if she was in my way was working in the cleaning products aisle. There are no 'Sorry I'm in your way' smiles or 'just being friendly' smiles, except for the occasional elderly shoppers.I told her, "No, you're not in my way, but thanks for asking. [My theory is that they're probably not real Kiwis anyway.] And there's still no polite prattle as your items are checked out. Even if you're crossing at a designated crosswalk, it's a good idea to make sure the cars stop before you start into the street.But it never ceases to amaze me how New Zealanders are NOT at all like Americans when they interact with strangers.