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14 Reasons Why Ron Swanson Might Secretly Be A Kiwi

We don't mean to alarm you, but this is definitely a thing.

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Ron Swanson is probably the proudest American on the planet.

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But on close inpection, it can be seen that he shares many traits with a certain other nationality.... NEW ZEALANDERS.

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Could Ron Swanson secretly be a Kiwi? Let us observe the facts...

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1. He appreciates a good ice cream.

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Everyone knows that Kiwis invented the greatest ice cream flavour known to man, Hokey Pokey.

2. He's a keen drinker.

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Need we say more?

3. But doesn't waste time on unnecessary drinks.

Beer and whisky all the way.
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Beer and whisky all the way.

4. He knows the importance of a good breakfast.

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Like any self-respecting Kiwi.

5. In fact, he's just a huge fan of food in general.

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6. Particularly meat.

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Kiwi's know their way around a good steak.

7. And he's down with the rules of good dairy habits.

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New Zealanders KNOW THEIR DAIRY.

8. He appreciates potty humour.

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We don't need no high brow shit.

9. He likes fishing.

Hello. No part of NZ is more than 128km from the sea. PLUS, lakes. AND, rivers.
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Hello. No part of NZ is more than 128km from the sea. PLUS, lakes. AND, rivers.

10. He's a handyman.

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DIY all the way.

11. He's proud of his accomplishments.

And Kiwis are the proudest people on Earth.
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And Kiwis are the proudest people on Earth.

12. But still remains humble.

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We KNOW we're better than everyone. But we just don't feel the need to flaunt it.

13. He's a family man.

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And New Zealanders are known for their family values.

14. He has progressive views on feminism.

New Zealand was the first country to give women the right to vote.
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New Zealand was the first country to give women the right to vote.

Ron, we're onto you.

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