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Flat White New Zealand

Ardern ‘an extremely poor substitute’ for the Prince

25 September 2022

11:23 AM

25 September 2022

11:23 AM

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has stood in for Prince William at a UN conference, describing herself as ‘an extremely poor substitute’.

Other examples of poor substitutes are candles substituting for light bulbs, wind turbines substituting for gas and coal power plants, electric vehicles substituting for the guttural roar of a V8, and bugs substituting for meat.

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