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What does this new zeland idiom means? if you dig too deep in the hangi pit, then you're never gonna eat your kumara?
I was watching a tv show (800 words s01e06) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjHZatGJu8A
@14:21 and i cant' - as the character - understand what the kiwi guy says. I know kumara is sweet potato and hangi is a traditional food, but what does this expression means?
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