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Caption Competition

Written By: - Date published: 12:50 pm, May 9th, 2011 - 63 comments
Categories: act, caption contest, don brash, john key, leadership, national - Tags:

63 comments on “Caption Competition ”

  1. One of these people is in control of the ACT party and the other is in control of the National party?  Guess who?

  2. The Voice of Reason 2

    National goes in one of Don’s ears and comes out the other as gnats. Meanwhile, John is grossly overvalued in the Guess the Leader’s IQ competition.

  3. The one with short fat hairy legs and the tall one with glasses – must be Eric and Ernie.

  4. Zorr 4

    “Oooh! Ooooh! Don! Don! I don’t have a picture of me standing next to you for my scrapbook! Get over here quick! Now say cheese…”

  5. Pascal's bookie 5

    Ones and twos.

  6. Is Brash a recycled politician or a body guard?

  7. BLiP 7

    Don’s love child revealed!

  8. Stop strange-sect marriages NOW!!!

  9. willie maley 9

    DonKey

  10. Richard 10

    The four fleas of inequity fly in star formation out of Don Brash’s ear and move in an inexorable parabolic arc toward their new host.

  11. mikesh 11

    Do we look like gnats??

  12. The Voice of Reason 12

    I’ve got a gun, John. Just keep smiling and no one gets hurt.

  13. higherstandard 13

    Luke I am your father.

  14. The Voice of Reason 14

    John: How come you’re so much taller than me?

    Don: I’m using Rodney Hide as a soap box. Don’t laugh, it’ll be you next.

  15. The Voice of Reason 15

    The Civil Union bill had many unintended consequences.

  16. M 16

    Donashima and Keyasaki getting together to Fukushima the NZ economy and its people.

  17. Aaron Newbie 17

    ‘A photo of the next Government’

  18. Pascal's bookie 18

    National Party leadership displays individuality and flair.

  19. Akldnut 19

    Tweedle dee and Tweedle dum(b)

    One is the ex leader of a Rouges gallery.
    The other is the current leader.

    The Don thinks ………dunno how long I can put on a smiley face with this prick.
    Keysta thinks …………dunno how long I can put on a smiley face with this prick.

  20. ianmac 20

    Two Mafia Dons avoid the court of public opinion.

  21. hellonearthis 21

    Oh no, not again.

  22. Wayne 22

    Key: Who is gonna replace Goff after his trouncing in Novemebr?

    Brash: Hidey is looking for a new job!!

    • The Voice of Reason 22.1

      Don: What are you going to do with your entourage after the election, John?

      John: You mean I’m not allowed to keep them? So what did Bill mean when he said I’d be safe and sound in Hawaii before the year was out?

  23. Tangled up in blue 23

    What do you mean we gotta go back to the future doc?

  24. Akldnut 24

    “The two faces of money”

  25. Sally 25

    Don Brash plans his take over of the Young Nats leadership.

  26. kriswgtn 26

    From left

    The future PM of NZ followed by the winner of the 2011 NZ next top model

    😛

  27. Tel 27

    ‘Proboscis Monkey leaders get a red nose when they’re angry or excited, leaving party faithful confused at Nact Conference’

  28. Jean Doom 28

    What you can’t see in the photo is that they’re holding hands while being fluffed.

  29. Tel 29

    Key exposed as a stupid alien dumped on Earth by his mother race after foolishly exposing his antennae because he was told he was going to a Party reception.

    • kaipara pete 29.1

      🙂 I thought it looked like Key had antennae coming out of his head too

  30. bbfloyd 30

    reference photo taken at a very early stage of the ” look away into the distance, and smile confidantly” rehearsal sessions.

  31. idlegus 31

    thunderbirds are go!

  32. Rob 32

    John Key attempted but failed to tell Don Brash they were not celebrating his 75th birthday made awkward when Brash’s mother appeared in a wheelchair with a cake singing happy birthday.

  33. prism 33

    If you’re sappy and you know it, clap your hands, clap your hands!

  34. happynz 34

    It’s a Banker and a Wanker!

    erm…which is the banker and which is the wanker?

    Take your pick. You can’t go wrong.

  35. logie97 35

    One of them believes he is the leader of his party and will be again, come November.
    The other believes otherwise.

  36. Dotty 36

    What makes more noise than one dinosaur…?

  37. fabregas4 37

    I”ll take the North Island you take the South.

  38. “Always two there are, no more, no less. A master… and an apprentice.”

    “But which was destroyed, the master or the apprentice?”

  39. peterlepaysan 39

    Tweedle- Um and Tweedle- Eek.

  40. burt 40

    ‘Gone’ by lunchtime.

  41. burt 41

    Well on their way by lunchtime.

  42. mikesh 42

    Look, John, there’s a chap over there who sure knows how to blow a whistle.

  43. HC 43

    The undertakers dressed in dark suits say:

    “Welcome to your funeral, buddy!”

    “Don’t worry, we’ve got it all organised and you’re in best hands. Just trust us and we will look after your last journey.”

  44. Jenny 44

    The Sith always come in twos

    “Always two there are, no more, no less.”

    Yoda

    From Yoda’s knowledge of the Sith

    “Two there should be; no more, no less. One to embody power, the other to crave it.”

    The rule of Two – from Wookieepedia

  45. joe90 45

    “Two there should be; no more, no less. One to embody power, the other to crave it.”

    The Winner!.

  46. todd 46

    Prime Ministers rating soars in a John or Don poll.

  47. Tel 47

    Top two finalists in NZ Traitor-Idol pose before going into the deciding treason round.

  48. The Voice of Reason 48

    ” … and the winner for Best Supporting Actor goes to John Key for ‘The Organ Grinder’s Monkey’. Mr Key couldn’t be at the awards ceremony today and remain sober, so accepting on his behalf is the writer, producer and chief financial officer of the soon to be cancelled series, Don Brash.”

  49. Bill 49

    Heading: Only an ass would vote for a donkey government.

    Superimposed text: Hee – Ha-aw!

  50. McFlock 50

    For all Don’s history as a firm tory, former National leader and now leader of Act, he still needs to wear a name tag?

    Or :

    John: shit, Don, we’re all supposed to remove our club badges when being photographed

    Don: But I really like it, and what harm can it to? Perfectly aggreeable sentiment for most real New Zealanders.

    John: Don, the motto is “National: proudly skull-fucking the New Zealand worker for 75 years”

  51. Toby Keith 51

    The guy on the right will get a second term.

    [lprent: When writing comments it frequently pays to engage your brain before posting the comment. It reduces the number of people who write you off as a fool.

    In this case the person on the right was elected to the house in 2002 and is currently serving his third term. Even a basic level of precision in what you say helps immensely in others thinking that you may be worth engaging with. ]

  52. Leftie Westie 52

    Key: Yes you can play but I am still in charge.
    Brash: That’s OK – just think of ACT as a retirement village for disgruntled ex MP’s.

  53. SloeDaddy 53

    DON-KEY

  54. spew 54

    NEXT TIME LEAVE THEM IN ANTARTICA AND SAVE THE PENGUINS -THEIR DRESSED READY TO GO

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