Two Kiwis based in Australia have taken the mickey out of us ahead of the Rugby World Cup - and their reward is a trip home to support the All Blacks.
Aucklanders Simon Fowler, 25, and Nicole Hetherington, 22, won a competition run by the Wallabies' major sponsor, Qantas, with their Kiwi song Whaka Yeah! It has become an internet hit, with more than 70,000 hits on YouTube.
The Qantas Great Crusade was aimed at giving Australians a chance to follow the Wallabies in 25 luxury campervans.
But Fowler and Hetherington's creativity got the better of the judges and landed them a spot in one of the campervans.
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The colleagues, who work at Ogilvy Advertising in Sydney, created the song based on the film Team America and its theme song America F*** Yeah!
The music video puts a humorous spin on all things Kiwiana including David Bain's famous sweater as an example of our "mean clothes"; and a picture of the Topp Twins and calls them hot.
Fowler said Whaka Yeah! was created to show New Zealanders weren't afraid to "take the piss" out of our country.
"The campervan is covered in Qantas and Wallabies stuff so we might have to do something about that ..." Fowler joked.
* To view the video, google Whaka Yeah.