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Written By: - Date published: 12:05 pm, April 21st, 2014 - 95 comments
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95 comments on “Caption competition”

  1. ooohhh!!!..a nipple-rub..!

  2. mickysavage 2

    Cameron I am your father …

  3. key picks up a bit of rough trade..

  4. Clemgeopin 4

    Meet the evil plotting buddies:
    Cameron Key – John Slater.

  5. Cameron began to wonder whether the waiter who so desperately wanted his autograph was someone he ought to know…

  6. One Anonymous Bloke 6

    Meat puppet switches roles.

  7. large mammal..and small man..

  8. key:..

    ‘is that a sports-bra you are wearing..or are you just pleased to see me..?’..

  9. the antipodean kray-twins…

    ‘i’m ronnie..!..he’s reggie..!..’

  10. key to feature in remake of ‘shrek’..

  11. large mammal ‘gooses’ prime minister..

  12. Policy Parrot 12

    The Whale, and Jonah, respectively.

  13. prime minister is photographed with notorious chin-thief…

  14. E H 14

    “The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”

    (Disclaimer: just kidding. Pigs are awesome.)

  15. Paul Campbell 15

    Guy in the back: “OMG they’re wearing chaps”

  16. key:..

    ..’no..!..i said in it’s in my dirt-drawer..not in my dirty drawers..

    ..you naughty man..you..!’

  17. One Anonymous Bloke 17

    Ferals do the world a favour.

  18. Clemgeopin 18

    A man-love selfie.

  19. fanboy meets large mammal..

  20. Clemgeopin 20

    “My porky is bigger than yours!”

  21. ..pimp and whore..

    ..which is which..?

    ..and who is using who..?

  22. ..primates scratch each others’ backs…

  23. Te Reo Putake 23

    A smug, lying and duplicitous sociopath who’ll do anything, now matter how despicable, if the price is right, meets Cameron Slater.

  24. Papa tuanuku 24

    I have come to the conclusion that Maori are thick. Dumber than your average bear. [

    quote from wHALE OIL SITE]

    http://www.whaleoil.co.nz/2010/06/maori-must-be-thick/

  25. Te Reo Putake 25

    We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the sewers.

    Or:

    CS: Shut up, John, and keep smiling or I’ll stick my fist even further up.

  26. hoom 26

    Well known centrist blogger & all around nice guy Cameron Slater (L) with an unidentified guest as he attends the official memorial ceremony for the NZ economy.

  27. Will@Welly 27

    Two unidentified guests gatecrash hui.

  28. Gooch 28

    One more wafer thin mint Mr Slater?

  29. finbar 29

    Dancing with stars hopeful ,John Key smiling bravely, with his choreographer,after being eliminated, due to dropping his partner Judith, due to a over enthusiastic performance of the Pasa Doble.

  30. Zorr 30

    Captain Ahab finally catches his white whale…

  31. karol 31

    Two unidentified attendees at a Men in White Shirts Convention.

  32. Anne 32

    Two unidentified attendees at a White Men Only Convention.

  33. Progressives rule.. OK!!

  34. karol 34

    “You look beautiful, Fats Whale. Just like a baby …all pink, and powdered up.”

    “Doesn’t all of this come through to you, Eddie? Doesn’t any of this mean anything to you? That man, this place, the people. They wear masks, Eddie. And underneath the masks they’re perverted, twisted, crippled.

    “I’m the best you ever seen, Fats Whale. I’m the best there is. And even if you beat me, I’m still the best.”

  35. irascible 35

    Satorially challenged blogger meets unidentified guest at sponsor seeking banquet organised by Oravida.

  36. tricledrown 36

    Penguin hugs whale at japanese sponsered science conference.

  37. fender 37

    Despite being unable to afford suitable clothing due to lost defamation case making him bankrupt, dirty tricks blogger is welcomed to event because he has plenty of dirt on the other attendees..

  38. man looking on:

    “..it’s amazing how..from the rear..arseholes look so much the same..”

  39. logie97 39

    People used to be judged by the company they kept – not so now apparently.

    “… representing New Zealand as I do, I am in constant touch with important political figures from around the world. We have deep and meaningful philosophical discussions.”

  40. Vaughan M 40

    Promotional photo accusations fly: ShonKey seen here at the inaugural ‘007 Spies In The Wires’ convention, held last week inside the GCSB cafeteria. . .

    PM stated emphatically to NSA & MOSSAD representatives seated directly behind them, “Mmmmm Whale is really good, try him for yourself you won’t be disappointed. I enjoy using SlaterOil whenever I can – especially in those hard to smear cases – Cam spreads our virulent propaganda infectiously well.”

  41. Hayden 41

    How to look after Irish currency, or Care of Punts.

  42. fisiani 42

    The Top Blogger meets the Top PM

    • Paul 42.1

      Anyone who agrees with the views espoused on Slater’s site has no social conscience.
      A hate filled gaggle of spittle.

    • Once was Tim 42.2

      I think you’ll find only one of them can be “a top” – which one is it?

  43. Not Petey 43

    Photographer “Can I have a photo to excite the tards at The Standard ?”

  44. Jamesjll 44

    “My blog is successful unlike the standard, and your government is successful, unlike the labour party who is soon not to exist!”

  45. Ian 45

    Umm John..I have been carb loading so much lately my brain has shut down…

  46. Pasupial 46

    Ventriloquy with two dummies.

  47. Ian 47

    I have become my T-Shirt

  48. key:..

    “..he’s going to be a big boy when he grows up..”..

  49. David H 49

    Oh look, It’s 2 short planks.

  50. captain hook 50

    4 chins to rule them all!

  51. key:..

    ..”..we are getting close to finding out who ate all the pies..”

  52. Jesus Wept 52

    We will eat your babies. And you will fucking thank us schmucks.

    • BM 52.1

      I find a cup of freshly squeezed babies blood each day keeps me looking good and regular.

  53. BM 53

    Christ, I had bad hair back then.

  54. slater:..

    ..”..i’ve smuggled judith in under my shirt..”

  55. key:..

    ..”..is my rug lifting off..?..i can feel a breeze where i shouldn’t..”

  56. Rodel 56

    PM endorses drones

  57. Will@Welly 57

    Maori Party endorse celeb’s at secret dinner. Whale meat served as main course, with side dish of pakeha and puha for afters. Winston, out of shot, will be doing the carving, as per usual.

  58. anker 58

    21ST September 2014……………John Key turns up for his first day at his new job as a blogger on the Whale Oil site, ( overdressed to try and impress his new boss, not realizing how down market the place is).

  59. Charlieboy 59

    Three more years of this ! Noooooooo!

  60. key dressed by crane bros..

    ..slater dressed by postie-plus..

  61. Philj 61

    xox
    “Siamese twins announce they will not separate”

  62. Clemgeopin 62

    The jerk and the fanboy.

  63. Rogue Trooper 63

    The Squid and The Whale. (a Bro’mance).

  64. ffloyd 64

    Said the whale to the tiddler “come a little closer and I’ll slip you a little something for your top drawer, meet me out the back later and you can pay me back”

  65. NZJester 65

    We got the Japanese off your back for a little while Cameron. Oh that big Japanese anti whale hunt court action was not about you. What is it about then?

  66. rod 66

    John Key unveiling Nationals latest blow up mascot ready for this years election.

  67. Weepu's beard 67

    His tag says media. Lol.

  68. The Lone Haranguer 68

    Smile Cam, I just bought Shane Jones

    • Once was Tim 68.1

      Why John? – I’d already bought him a long time ago!
      Another fine mess you’ve gotten me into Cam (Ollie)

  69. georgecom 69

    You drove The Truth down the toilet, Oiley old boy. I am driving the country down the toilet.

  70. rod 70

    John with one of the three Stooges. Matthew and Duncan couldn’t make it.

  71. mike 71

    Oh….look at those Labour losers Cam

    • fender 71.1

      +1

      They both seem rather obsessive in their hatred for Labour, poor wee things..

      The red hue on their skin in this particular photo must really upset their ability to rest peacefully..

  72. Treetop 72

    One is oily as the other spews.

  73. Ecosse=Maidy 73

    Fella Looking On From Behind…Christ, thank god u cant see what I can,,Are they meant to have their hands up each others arse? Is that legal?

  74. Ecosse=Maidy 74

    Two men now officially off any invite list to the West Coast…

  75. Ecosse=Maidy 75

    Slater? remember I promised you that good job in charge of Pacific Fisheries,,ermmm

  76. Ecosse=Maidy 76

    Slater? I know your miffed at me over that job….To make it up to you, fancy leading The Labour Party?

  77. Ecosse=Maidy 77

    Keys,We need a token woman for the pr photo shot.
    Slater: Well, Karols over at the bar..I shall go get her ?
    Keys: No! A Proper woman!

  78. Ecosse=Maidy 78

    The Pete George Charity Fact Checker Ball, was a sell out!

  79. Ecosse=Maidy 79

    Keys..If we both fart together, they wont complain and thank us!
    Slater: Really?
    Keys: Yes I do it all the time and they thank me for it!
    Slater: Cool! On The Count of 3!

  80. Ecosse=Maidy 80

    Ok I know your still hacked off at me for not offering you the Jones job, how about caddying for me full time?

  81. Ecosse=Maidy 81

    Keys: I heard you managed to get rid of that waste of space Pete George off your site, how did u manage that?
    Slater: I just stroked his ego and told him to go fact checking for me on The Standard.
    Keys: Good Job, fancy another glass of chilled welfare recipients blood?
    Slater: Oh go on then

  82. Ecosse=Maidy 82

    Keys to Slater….Wow Paula, there is something different about you, don’t tell me, let me guess, tad more cosmetic surgery?

  83. Ecosse=Maidy 83

    Keys, to Slater: Please tell me you haven’t booked Karol as the stripper?!

  84. Ecosse=Maidy 84

    Slater to Keys: Ok, John I know your very unpopular, yet are you sure you need all these Bodyguards?

  85. Ecosse=Maidy 85

    Slater to Keys: Yes me too, John, I dint think so many people would turn up to listen to Pete George rattle on.

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