Thursday, December 9

Daily animation: social media content from day 10 of lockout


Unlikely animal friendships, Sam Neill’s confusion with Lego, and impressive stacking at the supermarket, here are some of the best fun and uplifting social media content since day 9 of lockdown.

Daily Joy Miniature

Photo: Huha, RNZ

Many New Zealanders are likely to miss their roommates at this time, perhaps some people have even become better (or worse) friends with their roommates during this time.

Meanwhile, in the HUHA animal rescue, Franklin the donkey and Fergus the lamb have become the most unlikely of friends.

Legendary Kiwi actor Sam Neill didn’t know how to feel about Lego’s decisions in this Jurassic Park set.

If you haven’t received this search request combo from a roommate or family member, are you really locked in?

Many people seem to be putting up with misbehaving children in confinement, but problem pets pose an entirely different problem.

RNZ reporter Ben Strang had to do some investigative journalism to get to the bottom of Mo’s petty crimes.

Like most of the country, Morning Report host Corin Dann is straying quite a bit from formal attire while working from home.

The roads may be quiet for 10 days, but the birds have not stopped singing in Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

Supermarket workers across the country are working hard to keep our shelves stocked and when they’re stacking carrots like this, I don’t think anyone is saying they don’t deserve a little praise.

Finally, if you think New Zealanders are going a bit crazy in the confinement, this Tik Tok-inspired Covid-19 update should provide some comfort that Australians are a bit lower in the rabbithole than we are.




www.rnz.co.nz

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