- n. Plural form of kiwi.
“15 January 2011 3:41AM i know eh, and they call the kiwis stupid?”
“I can't wait to see the excuses come out now!!! all you dribblers saying how much you gonna beat the all blacks and you gonna win the world cup and also how strong your team is now because look at the super 15 results!!! all i can say is bahahahaha look at game in hand first before running your mouths off. and you all have the cheek to call kiwis arrogant, maybe some of you need to look in the mirror.”
“The majority of kiwis want nothing to do with the US's war and hate the idea of kiwis killing and even dying to defend spousal rape, but National's base is reflexively pro-US and sees our role in the world as being a loyal little US vassal, willing (and eager) to die on demand for the profit of their American overlords (and possibly kiwi farmers - the vile old "blood for butter" mindset that saw us die for Britain too).”
“And on the subject of clever birds, I reckon New Zealanders nicknamed 'kiwis', a slow-witted, nocturnal bird would be better adopting the kea as their icon.”
“• Flightless birds such as kiwis and ostriches have vestigial wings.”
“But they may still need to import products that are not cultivated here, such as kiwis and red apples.”
“Now, I don’t remember any of this, but my brother swears we went to a Lone Star Steakhouse and had a waitress named Kiwi, and I kept telling her how nice her "kiwis" were.”
“You know they'll all be wasted because they'll be speaking in American accents. berdugo just curious if this is an australian produced film. theres like 8 aussies (and a few kiwis) in that list. highly unusual, but great non the less.”
“Mmm I never think to bake with kiwis because I always want to eat them!”
“I used both kiwis and raspberries in the cake, so there is a lot of berry flavor in the finished cake and it stands out nicely against the vanilla-buttermilk background.”
Looking for tweets for kiwis.