In other (nicer) news, the whole of New Zealand is doing a Secret Santa

Ariel Bogle

The world may be a mess, but we'll always have New Zealand.

Not only does the place have stunning mountains and Taika Waititi, they also have a country-wide Secret Santa.

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Started by Sam Elton-Walters in 2010 and now run by New Zealand Post, the idea is this: Sign up, get matched with a random Twitter user and give them a light stalking to figure out what gift they might like.

Then send the present to New Zealand Post, who'll forward it on in the name of holiday cheer.

Just lovely.

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This year, almost 2,000 people signed up to send gifts and they are busy sleuthing. It's hard enough choosing presents for family and friends, but a complete stranger?

Maybe New Zealanders are just better people. If this took place in Australia, you can bet there'd be a lot of porn magazines being sent through the national postal service.

Just in case, the Kiwi postal service has stated "New Zealand Post accepts no responsibility for inappropriateness of gifts."

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It's all good vibes, it seems. After all, the country deserves some fun after making it through recent devastating earthquakes.

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(H/T Huffington Post)

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