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Daíthí rubbed noses with the New Zealand Rose and it was deeply uncomfortable

Ah yes, completely normal behaviour.

LAST YEAR DAÍTHÍ got to kiss a fish, so anything less this year would be a damn shame. Luckily for him, it was the New Zealand Rose that gave him a bit of a SHIFT this year.

Alright, alright, it’s not a shift.

The New Zealand Rose Lisa Bazalo demonstrated a native greeting where two people touch noses to say hi to each other.


Seems deeply suspicious to us. You can tell he got a good sniff.

Still, we bet the fish is a bit jealous.


As it happened: The crowning of the Rose of Tralee 2014>

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