Will Peter Dunne do this new craze?

November 28th, 2012 at 4:00 pm by David Farrar

We saw Peter Dunne plank on Backbenches, after it became a viral craze. Will he take part in “milking”?

This craze started in Newcastle. Feel free to send in photos or videos of locals milking!

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29 Responses to “Will Peter Dunne do this new craze?”

  1. unaha-closp (1,033 comments) says:

    It’d mess with the hair.

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  2. Manolo (12,625 comments) says:

    The chameleon of Ohariu-Belmont, Dunne, is an expert in “milking”. Been doing it for decades in Parliament.

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  3. Pete George (21,812 comments) says:

    That looks like green milk. Maybe that’s why it’s done in recycling bins.

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  4. IHStewart (388 comments) says:

    Can’t see Dunn doing it perhaps Brendan Horan though

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  5. wat dabney (3,458 comments) says:

    I actually gained a modicum of respect for Dunne recently when he declined to abase himself in front of a dimwit reporter pushing the story that NZ registered tax vehicles for foreigners are evil.

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  6. bringbackdemocracy (350 comments) says:

    He’d do anything to be noticed.

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  7. David Garrett (5,134 comments) says:

    It’s official…I can deny it no longer…I am most definitely an old curmudgeon grumbling about “young people today…”

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  8. Graeme Edgeler (3,216 comments) says:

    It’s official…I can deny it no longer…I am most definitely an old curmudgeon grumbling about “young people today…”

    In your day, milk didn’t come in bottles, it came in cows, right David?

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  9. Carlos (684 comments) says:

    Next craze? Dousing oneself in petrol and lighting it?

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  10. mara (639 comments) says:

    DG, enjoying being a grumpy old curmudgeon is one of the few absolute pleasures of being friggin’ old. That, and refusing to kowtow to PC. I’m with you brother. Would Dunne do this? As a true curmudgeon, you would have to say, like me, that nothing would surprise you anymore.

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  11. Fletch (5,722 comments) says:

    WHat a waste of milk, when ppl overseas are starving (see I’m starting to sound old).

    It must smell after it goes off…

    You’d have to wash all your clothes

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  12. Steve (North Shore) (4,323 comments) says:

    People are just becoming stupider. Fucking morons.

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  13. Rex Widerstrom (5,125 comments) says:

    Planking wouldn’t disturb the hairhelmet. Milking would. However if he doesn’t volunteer, there’ll be no shortage of long-suffering taxpayers willing to assist.

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  14. TheContrarian (1,043 comments) says:

    Wait, this is a ‘craze’?

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  15. Pete George (21,812 comments) says:

    I winder how many try-hards there are that try to start then next big craze, and I wonder how many of them succeed in getting more than a sniff of attention.

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  16. mikenmild (8,809 comments) says:

    How’s the bow tie and bouffant hair-do craze going? Catching on yet?

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  17. Longknives (4,048 comments) says:

    “It’s official…I can deny it no longer…I am most definitely an old curmudgeon grumbling about “young people today…””

    I’m with you there-And I’m 37….

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  18. Longknives (4,048 comments) says:

    And what the hell is with milk drinkers these days? We have silver top ‘breakfast milk’ in our fridge…same as we all drank when we were kids (and it never killed us), Yet the look of absolute horror when you offer someone a cup of tea or coffee and there is no ‘PC’ Green top lite! Fucking wowsers…

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  19. mikenmild (8,809 comments) says:

    Peter Dunne would never drink full-cream milk. I’m picking he’s a Calci-Trim kid.

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  20. Fletch (5,722 comments) says:

    Yet the look of absolute horror when you offer someone a cup of tea or coffee and there is no ‘PC’ Green top lite!

    LOL, true.
    A guy I used to work with used to joke that Green top isn’t milk anyway. It’s the water they use to wash the milking machines down with at the factory which they bottle and sell.

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  21. mikenmild (8,809 comments) says:

    Perhaps Mr Dunne will eschew Trim or Full Cream and go for a light-blue middle-of the-road variety.

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  22. Pete George (21,812 comments) says:

    Perhaps Mr Dunne will eschew Trim or Full Cream and go for a light-blue middle-of the-road variety.

    My guess is he will choose the most appropriate milk type for what he’s using it for, with a preference that it’s sourced from farms that don’t pollute waterways. And he’ll stick to his committed variety and won’t drink what Labour try and shame him into drinking.

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  23. Manolo (12,625 comments) says:

    And he’ll stick to his committed variety and won’t drink what Labour try and shame him into drinking.

    He told Labour’s Helen Clark exactly that!

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  24. mikenmild (8,809 comments) says:

    It’s never too hard to predict what the Revenue Minister-for-life will do.

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  25. Pete George (21,812 comments) says:

    Consistent and competent governance is like a daily glass of milk, it may be boring but it’s effective and reliable.

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  26. thedavincimode (6,119 comments) says:

    It all depends. Is it “fair”? Is it “commonsense”?

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  27. Pete George (21,812 comments) says:

    Is it “fair”?

    It’s fair enough if they want to do it, their heads, their milk (presuming they purchased it).

    Is it “commonsense”?

    No, it look likes uncommonnonsense.

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  28. Sam (493 comments) says:

    This is good for Fonterra.

    Not so good for those of us who can’t afford to keep enough of the stuff on our table for our kids though…

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  29. pq (728 comments) says:

    sometimes you are clever Farrar, on this occasion just stupid, here come NZ First Farrar dream about it here, admit you are scared , we will screw your fucking weak NZ NAT Govt

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