Surely someone will complain about this billboard seen in Parnell, Auckland?
Not Lita, who place-drops Whakapapa in most conversations, especially when chatting to le foreigners.
For those reading from far away and over the seas:
Whaka (pronounced ‘fha-ka’) is a common prefix to the Maori name of many New Zealand towns, rivers and mountains.
Visit this rad site and click on places to hear the correct pronunciation, although there aren’t nearly enough Whakas represented.