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Written By: - Date published: 1:00 pm, October 7th, 2009 - 53 comments
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53 comments on “Caption comp ”

  1. Zepher 1

    This will protect me against climate change!

  2. randal 2

    excuse me while I Implode.

  3. Kevin Welsh 3

    Look, Jerry lent me one of his old ones! It’s comfortable, really…

  4. I so need a poster of this.

  5. Bill 5

    NZ will soon be, like me, in fine shape. Before Xmas…or after some time in the future

  6. the sprout 6

    yeah i saw this in the paper today and thought what was his Press Sec thinking!?

  7. Bill 7

    I intercepted tighty righty and roger nome on their way to a crap Dunedin pub and stuffed them up my jumper. Still giving the bash after 24 hours…

    • roger nome 7.1

      Been on another albar bender billy? Fancy you making a second home at a repressed Scottish bar! Who would have thought!

  8. gitmo 8

    I decided the best solution to the Bill English situation was to eat him……….mmmmmmmm Diptony

  9. Jeremy 9

    I’ve been toning up for a bit of the action next time I’m on Letterman.

  10. IrishBill 10

    What a boob.

  11. torydog 11

    Who would have thought a PM could look so bloody stupid!!!

    All Labour need to do next election is put the pic up on the billboards….

  12. greenfly 12

    John Key bravely introduces his conjoined twin “Timmy’ to the New Zealand public.

  13. i go freaky when i don’t shower – shall i put my clothes back on doc?

  14. greenfly 14

    Surgeons describe the task ahead of them as ‘challenging’. Mr Key, excited by the presence of the media, proudly displayed the problem veins, all the while wearing his patent ‘devil may care’ grin.

  15. toad 15

    And for my next photo op I’ll walk the plank.

  16. Ianmac 16

    Not realising how ridiculous he looked Johnny didn’t realise that everyone was laughing AT him. He just grinned vacuously.

  17. Cal 17

    “All that money Bill took from the tax payer? Nah, haven’t seen it ay…”

  18. look we often try different things in cabinet – dress up as your hero day is no exception and yes sergeant schultz is right up there for me, although i am pissed off that bloody bill was hogan

  19. BLiP 19

    Once was a Goober named Key
    Supposedly in charge of an economy
    Just for a hoot
    He put on a suit
    And the media danced with glee

  20. Damian 20

    See this is what happens when you swallow ‘dead rats’ to get elected.

  21. TightyRighty 21

    parekura wishes he looks this good

  22. TightyRighty 22

    this is what Carter wears on his overseas junkets to steal toiletries and bath robes.

  23. Irascible 23

    “I’ll sue the bloody Crosby surgeon… he said he’d make me a right tit… and look what he did!!

  24. gobsmacked 24

    “No need to worry about my speeding motorcade now – with my new high-tech airbag, I’ll be perfectly safe.”

  25. tc 25

    Cool….this should take up some time till lunch…..then some touristy things then home….geez this job’s ace, even better than that dealer stuff with all those screens with numbers I never understood.

  26. Maggie 26

    “Eat your heart out, Paula, mine are bigger than yours!”

  27. The Voice of Reason 27

    “Does my bumbling look big in this?”

    Ps. Special Cut Out ‘n’ Keep, All Purpose TimmyGram for those that miss our favourite auditor now that he’s been sent to the naughty step:

    Interesting post, Mr ……. You’d better withdraw that picture/posting/comment before you get sued. Besides, it is clearly not the PM/National Party/Governments fault that what you say they did, they didn’t do and even though you say they didn’t do it, I say they doobie doobie do and Labour/The Greens/Winston did it, too.

    As you know, I am but a humble bank auditor/independant thinking righty/not an insider. I would respond in kind to your hatefilled/shallow/name-ist comment by calling you an ignorant/pathetic/twisting socialist/envirofascist/Winstonite, but I’m too much of a gentleman. You Bastard.

    In conclusion; black is white, the sun rises in the West and this government is in no way corrupt/incompetent/doomed to one term. That’s a fact or my name’s not Tim Ellis.

  28. Out of bed 28

    looks like the beginnings of a snowman with a Stahlhelm

  29. George D 29

    I’m cooler than the other guy in a motorcycle helmet! Right guys?

  30. Adrian 30

    Bloody maaaarvellous!!!! Whose our man on the inside in Key’s advisory group? Keep up the good work for 2 more years mate.

  31. Rex Widerstrom 31

    Realising he could never quite pull off looking like Gerry Brownlee, John Key settled for the nearest equivalent – Herman Goering.

  32. Craig Glen Eden 32

    Did the Tuaman say punch like this or its time for lunch, any way as long as its free I am relaxed about it.

  33. scotty 33

    Is that DPF wearing a key mask ?

  34. ak 34

    Terrified by their internal polling, and desperate to allay the growing perception of an effete, humourless socialist, the research team unveiled the “Keymanator”.

  35. deWithiel 35

    Is this really what you thought I should wear for tomorrow’s NZ Herald photo plug, Steve?

  36. is the helmet in case he gets too excited, falls over and bumps his head?

  37. Adders 37

    Key, triumphant from his UN Assembly address, resplendent in his latest clown suit.

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