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  1. New Zealanders Who Clicked on Nude Hack Links Got Hit With Malware, Possibly Broke the Internet

    Somebody call the Karma Police, cuz THIS IS WHAT YOU GET.

    Here at The Mary Sue we're pretty firm believers that no one should be clicking on links that advertise nude pictures from the celebrity hack last week, because those pictures were all stolen and that's a shitty thing to do. But you know what else is a good deterrent, for people who don't care about being shitty? The possibility of your computer getting hacked next.

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  2. Hobbits Dominic Monaghan And Billy Boyd Tend Bar At The Green Dragon In New Zealand [VIDEO]

    There And Back Again

    My love affair with these two is as strong as the first day we met. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. Prime Minister of New Zealand Publicly Denies Being a Lizard Person Because Just… We Don’t Even Know… Reasons?

    I hope nobody realizes Geekosystem is run by lizard people...

    You know how some people are crazy and think shapeshifting lizard people are secretly in places of power and controlling the world? Well one of them asked New Zealand Prime Minister John Key if he was a space lizard, and because of New Zealand's Official Information Act (OIA), Key actually answered.

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  4. Badass Doctor Stabs Shark, Stitches Up Legs, Drinks A Beer

    What did you do this weekend?

    A New Zealand man was attacked by a shark while spearfishing off the coast of New Zealand last Saturday, but he didn't let a lacerated leg get in the way of a good time. It may sound like the start of a Dos Equis commercial, but that's just how Dr. James Grant rolls!

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  5. In the Future We’ll All Travel in Tubes, But Until Then, at Least Our Burgers Will

    New Zealand: home of Hobbits and burger tubes. What a magical place.

    C One Espresso in New Zealand is removing the awful delivered-by-a-real-human aspect of your burger eating experience. They've set up a system of pneumatic tubes that deliver burgers directly to your table without any pesky waiter getting in the way. Wait, are these the same as the tubes the Internet is made of? Can we download burgers?

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  6. New Zealand Wins Again With Another Fantastic Hobbit Themed Travel Commercial

    There And Back Again

    We were very impressed with Air New Zealand's Middle-Earth inspired pre-flight safety briefing video, but this one takes it up a notch. Check it out for yourself, you just might see a few familiar faces or hear a familiar voice. Previously in The Hobbit

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  7. Things We Saw Today: If The Shining Were a Goosebumps Book

    Things We Saw Today

    Tumblr If It Were Stine imagines what classic horror movies would look like as Goosebumps books. This is my favorite, with Carrie as a close second. (Nerd Approved)

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  8. One of the Guys Who Plumbed His Friend’s House with Beer Explains How It Worked

    The Geekosystem HQ faucets still only dispense water, and we're not happy about it.

    Yesterday we saw the video of a group of guys in New Zealand who plumbed their friend's house with beer because they are the greatest friends in the history of friends. One of the pranksters, Sean Brown, spoke with Right This Minute about how the prank was achieved, and they were kind enough to share the video with us.

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  9. Man’s Friends Plumbed His Entire House to Pour Beer From Every Faucet

    With friends like these... you know what? Friends like these would be amazing.

    Have you ever wished for every faucet in your home to pour cold beer at all times? Then you're probably going to want to buddy up with these guys from New Zealand. While their friend Russ was out they reworked the plumbing in his house and hooked it all up to kegs of beer. We're calling it. Best. Friends. Ever.

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  10. New Zealand Repeals Laws Against Fortune Telling After Just Three Centuries

    Fortune tellers in the country no longer have to live under the threat of being put in the stocks for plying their trade

    Scrying the future just got a lot safer for New Zealand-based practitioners of the occult. The island nation has announced plans to repeal laws against fortune telling and "witchcraft" in general which have been on the books since 1735 and could send modern day sorcerers to jail for up to a year -- with some of that time spent in the stockades.

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