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Daily Cheer: Social Media Content From Day 10 Lockdown


Unlikely animal friendships, Sam Neill’s Lego confusion, and awesome supermarket stacking, here are some of the best fun and uplifting social media content from Day 10 of Lockdown.

Photo: Huha, RNZ

Many New Zealanders are probably missed by their peers right now, maybe some people have even become better (or worse) friends with their roommates during this time.

Meanwhile, at HUHA Animal Rescue, Franklin the Donkey and Fergus the Lamb have become the most unlikely of friends.

Legendary Kiwi actor Sam Neill had no idea what to make of Lego’s decisions on this Jurassic Park set.

If you didn’t get that look-and-ask combo from a roommate or family member, are you really in lockdown?

A lot of people seem to put up with misbehaving children in lockdowns, but annoying pets are a whole different issue.

RNZ reporter Ben Strang had to do investigative journalism to shed light on Mo’s misdeeds.

As in most countries, Morning Report presenter Corin Dann steers away from formal wear when working from home.

The roads may be calm after 10 days of containment, but the birds haven’t stopped singing in Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

Supermarket workers across the country work hard to keep our shelves stocked and when they stack carrots like this I don’t think anyone would say they don’t deserve a little praise.

Finally, if you think the NZers are going a little crazy on lockdown, this Tik Tok-inspired Covid-19 update should give you some reassurance that Australians are a little further than us.

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