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It's Topless girls on motorbike so Topless girls on motorbike, so awfully self-important and far too uptight for its own good. We're all flawed. We're not perfect.

So let's celebrate our madness. To laugh doesn't mean we don't care about the big issues, Topless girls on motorbike simply means we're laughing. Taking the mickey and getting involved in silly pranks is normal. That's why I back the topless young ladies from Waikato Diocesan who ripped off their clothes and rode their motorbikes on to the fields of Hamilton Boys' High.

Six of them. Three bikes. Well done. Streaking is an annual end-of-year event for them. Shock horror, this is Hamilton, I've seen it before and been involved in much worse behaviour. But golly gosh. It got worse than that. One of them Topless girls on motorbike the finger at a young Hamilton lad. That too should be applauded. But they lost control, took out a young bloke, now he's recovering with a deep leg wound.

He'll survive Topless girls on motorbike his parents are philosophical. Indeed, they're decent and normal. Because they Topless girls on motorbike want the police to lay charges either, yet police say they're considering it. Police, we can now say, are stupidly staying abreast of this so-called schoolyard thuggery, when they should be busy doing something else. But it's very serious, say the local constabulary. They rode on a grass field.

Like they've done on the farm for decades. Bikes in wrong places, no licences, reckless behaviour, a rude finger gesture, no clothes on, what has the world of Hamilton come to! Umm, it's come to Topless girls on motorbike. It's always been like this.

If the Chiefs can go on a Girls caught naked big tits rampage and get involved in iffy and questionable antics with a stripper called Scarlette, then Topless girls on motorbike say two things. We learn from those before us. So thank you to the Chiefs for such high standards. And, of course, to all those older than us who did silly things and got away with it, cheers.

And should these girls find themselves in more serious trouble then, secondly, I suggest NZ Rugby handles the investigation. These girls must face the same penalties the Chiefs got slapped with. Pass the wet bus ticket, please. This is not one for the police who want to send a strong message that pranks like this aren't Topless girls on motorbike, and it's not for the school either, where the principal is demanding full accountability.

No, this is a real-world issue. How are idiots dealt with in the real world? The ones who cause genuine carnage Black girls nn models galleries jailed and the fools and pranksters are given a free pass.

This bit of fun calls for a firm telling off and a few early nights without WiFi. Listen to the parents of the injured boy. Let the girls walk free, but fully clothed.

At our school we did bog-washes and wet-towels. Google it. You got your head flushed in a toilet and your body hit by wet-knotted towels. Pranks haven't been kind to my mates and I. I almost lost a finger at 15 in a classroom prank. It required stitches and it's still barely usable today. The principal asked my dad if he wanted to go to the cops, Dad said nope; they're mates, they play rugby together and s One of my friends tragically drowned overseas, he was the king of pranks.

Another of my mates was jailed for 18 months when his prank led to the death of someone else. He's deeply remorseful. And the law dealt with him no matter what you think of the sentence. We are a product of our environment. Judge your pranks. But don't stop having fun. At least the girls all wore helmets. But we lack decent comedy. Now, more than ever we need a bloke like Billy T.

I find my mates funnier than anything on offer these days. Swearing at a National MP isn't humorous. It's cliched. We've become an uptight and overly serious bunch. We really do make right tits of ourselves at times. When the moment calls for us to laugh and move on we call in the cops. Try and crack a funny and it's a dad joke.

Give your views and suddenly it's white privilege. Let's lighten up. Keep the good pranks coming. Call off the cops. And hands off our Waikato girls. Schoolgirls' motorbike undie prank is a laughing matter, not a police matter. Duncan GarnerNov 04 Judge your pranks, but don't stop having fun, writes Duncan Garner.


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