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Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 – Part 2: The Revenge

Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 – Part 2: The Revenge

See also:
Scoop Images: Wellington Sevens Parade 2012
Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 – First Look
Wellington Sevens Costumes 2012 Part III

Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, green men, headless
man
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Scoop has noticed there are a lot of people wearing costumes in Wellington this afternoon. Here are pictures of some of them.

Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, red hair fairy girl
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, romans
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, clowns
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, mask guys
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, cops, guy in drag
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, beer bottles
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, candy girls, liquorice
allsorts
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, twister, pilot, waiter,
lion
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, black chess pieces,
queens
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, chipmunk with a
cellphone
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, bart simpson, sideshow bob, longest
drink in town
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Wellington sevens
2012, sevens costumes, Rorschach
(Watchmen)
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