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Written By: - Date published: 4:06 pm, December 3rd, 2012 - 30 comments
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30 comments on “Caption contest”

  1. One Tāne Huna 1

    “Tastes like dead rats…”

  2. fustercluck 2

    Key’s first taste of the milk of human kindness. Didn’t like it by all appearances.

  3. r0b 3

    Of all the crappy things I’ve done to beg for popularity, this is the worst.

  4. r0b 4

    That embarrassing moment when you realise that your hors d’oeuvre is still moving.

  5. Ant 5

    “I could eat a knob at night”

  6. Clashman 6

    I need this jersey on, even in summer, its due to my cold cold heart.

  7. PlanetOrphan 7

    Orphans’ can live on these for Free you think Mr Grylls?

    How many grasshopers can you pack into a 3 x 3 crate?

    Locusts you say …. interesting.

  8. scotty 8

    PM skewers huhu on forked tongue.

  9. Blue 9

    Key impersonates Labour caucus swallowing dead rats. “No, no really, we all want Shearer”

  10. Shaz 10

    A new OECD report says that NZ is 25th of 25 states with respect to the standing and dignity of the office of the first minister. John Key responds as part of his spot on New Zealand’s Got Talent that New Zealanders prefer a Prime Minister who is relaxed like them and that he is 100% more of a clown than any other leader.

  11. Adrian 11

    I can’t help but be serious, because this is so sad. But this just feels more than anything else that this clown has done, like the “tipping point”.

  12. They have to eat this?

  13. Jackal 13

    Key decides to finally dispatch his political advisor for good.

  14. Huginn 14

    Dunnokeyo the carnival gimp.
    See him limp.
    See him quack.
    See him bite the head off a live cricket.

  15. vto 15

    The point in time when John Key remembers his previous life as a union man

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPQVvQfblzY

  16. fender 16

    Warner Brothers and Sir Peter Jackson prove they can make the foolish NZ PM eat anything.

    The drunken sailor PM gets so pissed he eats the bugs that live inside the heads of Maggie Barry, Brownlee etc.etc…..

    Key flip-flops again and decides to introduce new food for school kids with a menu designed by the incompetent Hekia Parata.

  17. McFlock 17

    Hang on, YOU’RE not Heston Blumenthal! Why am I paying $14grand to eat this shit?!

  18. McFlock 18

    Still tastes better than that vinegar my “blind” ;) trust’s vintner produces.

  19. McFlock 19

    The food’s fine, but I think I saw a poor person in the audience…

  20. Dv 20

    Key shares a meal with potential future coalition partners.

  21. Tom Gould 21

    “What’s this, a piece of brain …”

  22. irascible 22

    I wonder if Paula could include these as a compulsory part of a bene’s diet…could help cook the books a bit and boost Paula’s reputation as a success within the Nactional party.

  23. If I can eat them, then we can make beneficiaries eat them too, think how much we can lower benefit payments further, let them eat bugs, Ha Ha More for us- less for them, that’s the way to go.

  24. fender 24

    For my next trick I’ll show you how I eat parasitic bugs, something I’ve been doing forever. You are what you eat after all.

  25. Akldnut 25

    John Key thinking to himself “This’ll show em I’m not demanding anything of them I wouldn’t do myself”

  26. tracey 26

    How come his looks like chocolate????

  27. Jackal 27

    Key attends focus group to see if new WINZ diet is marketable to beneficiaries… “I’m lovin it” he mumbles.

  28. ropata 28

    John Phillip Key, more commonly known as the oriental latrine fly, is a warm-weather fly with a greenish-blue metallic box-like body which belongs to the family Calliphoridae (blowflies). This fly can be a nuisance to humans and even cause accidental myiasis.
    J. key contributes to the evolution of some insects, influences animal atmospheres, and negatively alters human public health.
    Often seen annoying the public with its shit-eating grin.

    (with apologies to Chrysomya megacephala)

  29. ropata 29

    truffles, oysters, pate de foie gras, and now live larvae i will save the economy with this … this pommy bloke is jamie oliver isn’t he?

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