Whether you are a Kiwi or not, that new All Blacks Haka (War Dance) was sensational against the South Africans yesterday. I don’t how long they have been doing the traditional “Ka Mate” haka, but it must be well over 50 years, so the creation of this one is quite a big deal in NZ, and the rest of the rugby world.
I tried to find a video link, but it might be too early to find one. It will be interesting to see it again next Sat at 3pm on Star Sports when the All Blacks take the Bledisloe Cup and the Tri Nations
Man, it was the weirdest thing.
I think I fell in love with Umaga yesterday, which is weird as I usually like thin, arty type guys. He is just so amazingly hot. In fact, the entire NZ team is so much hotter than the South African guys.
They all have these super-looking small shorts too now. I think I’ll have to start watching rugby again. Too bad it seemed that nobody else liked my guy because whenever he got the ball and started racing towards the long white line everybody looked really unhappy.
He’s number 13 too, which makes him just so much cooler.
Nice video, indeed.
[quote=“twonavels”]Man, it was the weirdest thing.
I think I fell in love with Umaga yesterday, which is weird as I usually like thin, arty type guys. He is just so amazingly hot. In fact, the entire NZ team is so much hotter than the South African guys. [/quote]
It’s funny you should say that, cos all the South African women at the pub were saying the same thing. Mwahahahaha.
No, the old one was much cooler. I don’t really feel like learning a new one either, but I guess I’ll see if I can find it somewhere online.
That is what is so hot about him. He is completely hardcore, but at the same time he has the most good-looking innocent-kinda babyface. I haven’t been this excited about a guy…well…since the last time I saw you.
My youngest sister was working in a Wellington cafe a few years back while studying at Victoria University. Tana Umaga walked into the cafe. Other people were making a fuss about the ‘famous person’ in the cafe. She had no idea who Tana was and the reason for the other’s excitement until someone told her.
Before I came to Asia five years ago I flatted with a part-Fijian/part-Maori who had named his son Tana partially after Umaga.
Cheers for the vids, Truant. I missed seeing the game.