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Caption Contest

Written By: - Date published: 10:58 am, September 30th, 2010 - 39 comments
Categories: accountability, act, caption contest, john key, leadership, national, national/act government, rodney hide - Tags:

“The Cabinet Manual clearly states that Ministers are responsible to me for their ethical behaviour, not for their judgment.”

“Mr Hide has carried out his affairs in a personal and private capacity to a high ethical standard.”

John Key, 22 Sep 2010

39 comments on “Caption Contest ”

  1. ianmac 1

    “The peasants love us Rod! Mugs. Heh heh heh.”

  2. Fabregas4 2

    “Ethical behaviour rules?” ” No that isn’t meant for us mate, thats for dole bludgers and other losers”

  3. Colonial Viper 3

    So I hear our new coalition MP receives income from a brothel? Do tell me more!

  4. comedy 4

    “John I love you and want to have your babies “

  5. Fabregas4 5

    “I told you they would forget about my girlfriends trip” “And I told you they would forget about Bill’s housing allowances” “We are super cool alright!”

  6. Mac1 6

    “Look ’em in the eyes and flash the teeth, Rodney. It never fails. See!”

  7. lprent 7

    Urrghh. Bad breath…. Smile as I shut the nose down.

  8. felix 8

    Holy shit John! I just realised that if we morphed our faces together we’d look just like…


  9. Roger 9

    Minutes for job creation meeting:

    Present: John Key, Rodney Hide.

    From Last week’s meeting: staring contest, John Key wins

    Agenda: Staring contest-Rodney Hide wins, score now 254-175.

    Meeting adjourned to 4th October 2010

  10. The Voice of Reason 10

    RH: … and I said to Garrett, ‘Fuck ’em all, dead babies don’t get a vote anyway.’

    JK: Did you? Did you really? Ha ha, that’s great! Now where’s that knocking shop discount card you promised me?

  11. Bill 11

    Two rich pricks taken in hand….smile!

  12. ak 12

    Rare cases of the forced cohabitation of predatory reptiles and mongooses are inevitably short-lived: in this image the immature “assassin” is well into his mesmerising routine as the realisation of imminent catastrophe manifests in a clammy blanching and partial bowel evacuation (not shown) which the wily mongoose senses immediately…

  13. tc 13

    RH: looking forward to contesting Epsom again John
    JK: yeah right, you’ll be so up to your neck in supershity no-one will see more than than shiny canium……loser

  14. It feels great to be the Dr. Jekkyl to your mister Hide, dude. You did all the shit jobs for me and now all I have to wait for is for the right moment to stab you in the back and cut you loose.

    Captcha: STRICTLY. Maybe the Captcha thingy wants to make a caption suggestion. They almost look like one of those strictly dancing backstabbing duo’s don’t they? All sparkle on the surface and festering hate underneath. LOL.

  15. M 15

    “Just think of all the lipo and tucking we can get with our tax cuts Rodders, no more turkey neck for either of us – we’ll be total chick magnets.”

  16. BLiP 16

    I, John, take you, Rortney . . .

  17. jbanks 17

    What’s so funny? If I don’t win Epson Act is finished!

    I’m sorry Rod, I’m still laughing about the latest Colmar Brunton Poll. I’m even more popular than ever and Labour is dead in the water mwah hahaha.

    • The Voice of Reason 17.1

      RH: What’s so funny? If I don’t win Epsom Act is finished!

      JK: I’m sorry Rod, I’m still laughing about the latest Colmar Brunton Poll. I think it’s hilarious that the RWNJ’s think that a one-off poll result after a natural disaster means National can win an MMP election without support parties!

  18. Mako 18

    “Sorry for laughing, Rod, but I’ve just realised your head is the same colour as my tie …”

  19. Pascal's bookie 19

    “Hey deadweight, you know it was me that leaked that garret shit eh? You’re so fucked.”

  20. mcflock 20

    JK: “You’re looking tanned, Rodney. That supercity factfinding trip to Tonga did you wonders”

  21. William Joyce 21

    Did you just grab my arse John?

  22. Rharn 22

    (1) Key. Do as I am………. not as I say.

    (2) Nice suit Rodders but remember your place in the ‘grande scheme’ of things. In future not in the same photo shoot

    (3) Look here Rodders, I have every faith that you can get your ACT together.

    (4) Lastest fashion for the new game in town; pin the stripe on the johnkey.

  23. William Joyce 23

    John, that wasn’t you who farted in Heather’s office – was it?

  24. William Joyce 24

    Ya know, Rodders, in this light you have this lovely gold fleck in your eyes.

  25. William Joyce 25

    Yes, Rodders?
    I just dun a woopsie, again.

  26. William Joyce 26

    Oh….Oh…..Yes, Rodders….That it.
    You know Rodders, I don’t let just any man put his hand in my pocket.

    Well, John, I’ve got my hands in peoples pockets all the time.

  27. William Joyce 27

    Rodney becomes concerned once again for his friend when he realises that the light has once again gone out from his eyes.

    Not for the first time, Rodney realises that John has completely run out of intellectual capability and will need to borrow some until he can be plugged in overnight.

    Rodney’s hope is that the media they are about to meet will be in their usual form and not notice – as long as the smile functions and the Repetitive Platitudes Talking Point generator is still running.

  28. Jim MacDonald 28

    “Hey, they say you’re my double act!”

    “No shit, we should be cross-dressing!”

    “Cross-dressing? You and I know that well, you double crosser, haha!”

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