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Written By: - Date published: 1:29 pm, February 27th, 2013 - 40 comments
Categories: workers' rights - Tags: , ,

Peter Jackson ring

40 comments on “Caption Contest”

  1. Zorr 1

    “Now I’ll show you a magic trick…”

    Peter Jackson – massive cock, small cock ring

  2. fenderviper 2

    It’s easier for a camel to pass through this ring than it is for a rich man to get into the kingdom of God.

  3. grumpy 3

    …..and then I was given this ring by all the grateful guys who were employed on my movie………………..

  4. fenderviper 4

    Look the OIA is making my ring prolapse!

  5. geoff 5

    “I know it’s bigger than the eye of a needle but I still don’t think I could fit my fat lying arse through it”

  6. CnrJoe 6

    smell my ringfinger

  7. irascible 7

    In the spirit of marriage equality and a law change, John, with this ring I thee wed. (thinks: “after that Key’ll do anything for me…. bathe me, feed me, clothe me and keep me in the manner to which I feel I’m entitled to.” ) Oh, and I’ll have a knighthood while you’re kneeling thanks, John..

  8. Arfamo 8

    That’ll be fine. Now we just need to insert it into Jonkey’s nose, attach the lead, and he’ll follow us to the table to sign off the tax rebates.

  9. mac1 9

    “A ring is a sign of a life-long Union?”

  10. McFlock 10

    “I used to make good movies when this sort of prop was only made out of a brass washer”.

  11. joe90 11

    After Thursday, the Pope’s “fisherman’s ring” will also be destroyed…..

  12. G_McFly 12

    “This is *so* worth more than 30 pieces of silver…”

  13. johnm 13

    I’d be NOTHING without Tolkien’s masterwork. The other films I made were plain boring with special effects. I did respect and love the LOTRs and produced the film millions of fans wanted, otherwise I’d still be a nobody. Thankyou Tolkien! Problem!? I now thanks to Tolien think I’m special! YUK!

  14. Hami Shearlie 14

    And then, I put one of these through the nose of every low-paid worker who worked on my movies!!

  15. ianmac 15

    ” I don’t remember selling my soul? Did I?”

  16. Colonial Viper 16

    The precious made me do it!!!

  17. ropata 17

    O mighty Sauron, I thank thee

    thy Ring of Power worked perfectly on the sleepy hobbits of Aotearoa

  18. Rogue Trooper 18

    Percy.Jackson and the Lighting Theives. (oh no young Bob, you haven’t got one of those birthmarks shaped like a banana have you, or, or, or a tattoo saying “Get it here” ? )

  19. Andre 19

    ” Government Health Warning “. …May harm unprotected workers

  20. tc 20

    If you look close enough you can see LOTR episode 1, then Hobitt Episode 1….ah the possibilities.

    Geez what a smuck the gov’t were all those years of negotiating with Hollywood made that soooo easy.

  21. Foeign Waka 21

    If you like it you can put a ring on it….our labor laws come with some binding measures.

  22. Treetop 22

    All I had to do was sit in my directors chair, hypnotise John and Gerry with this ring and they played their part.

  23. CnrJoe 23

    I believe I win this round?

  24. halfcrown 24

    Now I have millions from the NZ tax payer, I can now afford to get my cross eyes fixed.

  25. Blue 25

    The real gold ring is when I ring John Key.

  26. ruup 26

    If only john would put it on and disa-bloody-ppear!

  27. xtasy 27

    Peter Jerkson and his ring that his bride left behind, wanting nothing to do with him.

  28. North 28

    You know……..my arsehole’s not much bigger than this, but still………John and Gerry climbed right on up there. Fuckwits !

  29. Rodel 29

    Is that you John?

  30. peterlepaysan 30

    My precious…………..

    EGO!

  31. paul 31

    I must remember to dispose of this really important safety ring I removed from the engine of Simon Whipp’s motorcycle.

  32. millsy 32

    All I need is one made out of the gold fillings of exterminated trade unionists….

    (Pushes the boundaries, I know, but I feel that we are one little step closer to those shit hole dictatorships where unionists are thrown in prison and tortured)

  33. the pigman 33

    “I really can’t tale [sic] any more of this toxic nonsense. All I want to do is make films! I haven’t been able to think about the movie for 3 weeks.”

  34. Tiger Mountain 34

    My ring is really starting to burn now, why do they hates us so John? Sauron would not have put up with a beastly OIA. These filthy Hobbitses are waking up, damn them.

    Do we cares tho really? my two other massive turds choking the pre release Hobbit 2.2 and 2.3 pipeline will top up the pension funds anyway.

  35. Hey if I look real close I can see the purile little founding member of anonymous adding typos to everyone comments.

  36. Michael Bott 36

    “”Naught” the regard I have for workers rights.”

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