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October 21, 2008 | by  | in Online Only |
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I was poked by Helen Clark (and I liked it)

Today Helen Clark the Prime Minister of New Zealand poked me.

On Facebook that is. I am surprised that such a busy woman has time to sit down and play around on social networking sites. I know John Key has quite a strong following on Facebook and at one stage wrote on his wall that he was annoyed with the new layout. But Helen… Oh Helen… You have so many things to do. Places to go. People to see, and of all those people you chose me to poke.

Oh how I wish you were really poking me.

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  1. Ken says:

    Gee Wilikers Peter. What was open in the other tab? Sheesh Mahal!

  2. Wee Hamish says:

    That’s our Pete!

  3. Jackson Wood says:

    Yeah I hope you didn’t do that in the office Doc. I don’t want to have to deal with the IT guy’s wrath.

  4. Superior Mind says:

    Nah I reckon it wasn’t her, she’s got to be way too busy to poke people herself. I reckon she hired someone to do all the poking for her. Imagine being Helen Clark’s personal poker eh?

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