PM no fox, but what does he say?

Last updated 15:56 28/11/2013
Fairfax

Prime Minister John Key's response to "What does the fox say?"

Ylvis - The Fox

What does the WHAT say?

John Key in wheelchair
John Kirk-Anderson
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"What does the WHO say?"

It seems that John Key has better things to do than catch up with the latest viral videos.

Asked by a 22-year-old supporter in Christchurch hospital parking lot what the fox says, the prime minister seemed flummoxed.

"The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog?" he offered.

But he was eventually game to try his hand at immitating the sound of the fox - chachacha chachacha chachacha chow!

For the record, Mr PM, she was talking about the Ylvis video - which at last count had 251 million views on YouTube. (Click link at left to view)

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