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Letting the Kat Out of the Bag . . Same again Klaus. Oh hi. Didn't see you there. I'm Kat Kat. You might remember me from such mocs as Welly Girls and Bones: A Birthday Tribute (part 2) This is my night club: The Cat's Pyjamas. Oh... just one moment please. Frozen Margarita ma'am. Thank you Klaus. Now, where was I? Oh yes, I have decided to let a few secrets out about my cousin Leda. Just some interesting facts such as her fears and fantasies etc. Letting the "Kat" out of the bag, so to speak. This will be an ongoing series of small mocs, starting with this one: The Intro. Here are some background facts. We come from a small country called New Zealand. Don't know where that is? Well, come with me and I shall give you a small geography lesson. Follow me... Here is a map of the ENTIRE world. This is the centre of the world: the United States of America. This is where you find the Royal Canadian Kilted Yaks-men. Here is where Madonna and Antonio Banderas sung some lovely songs... and here is New Zealand. ... hey what the? It was there a moment ago... Haha, shame. Its fallen off the bottom of the world. That happens sometimes, it will come back again next summer when the earth tilts more in our favour. It happens to tourists a lot too... Usually its because they have disregarded the warning signs about using umbrellas at your own risk, and/or taking more than one foot off the ground at the same time. Locals tend to get around on roller skates, which keeps both feet safely on the ground at all times... Also it is wise to weigh oneself down, most commonly the ball and chain will keep a kiwi from floating off into space. So that is where New Zealand is. We also have sheep. Oh, and another odd thing about New Zealand is we celebrate Christmas in the summer time. Weird huh? Well, that's it for this episode. Join me next time when we find out one of Leda's biggest fears.


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