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Caption Competition

Written By: - Date published: 2:00 pm, September 26th, 2011 - 67 comments
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67 comments on “Caption Competition ”

  1. Kevin Welsh 1

    “Are we up to the English bit yet?”

  2. Anne 2

    Please God make sure I’m in the frame. It’s bloody cold.. don’t wanna be standing here for nuthin.

  3. Look over your right shoulder John and you will see a team of fair players.

  4. just saying 4

    Look, at the end of the day the players should share a bit of the glory for our win on Saturday.
    Ackshully, that’s enough. You can go now boys. Time for my close-up….

  5. The Voice of Reason 5

    For chrissakes, how long does this bloody song go on for? I’ve only had a few cans so far I want to get back up in that box before Gerry takes what’s left of the piss. Bet there aren’t any pies left either, you fat bastard!

  6. ianmac 6

    Thank God they put me beside the shorter players.

  7. Tigger 7

    John couldn’t remember where he stood on rugby in 1981. And after a few drinks it was likely he wouldn’t remember where he stood this night either.

  8. ianmac 8

    Look at me! Look at me! Look at meeeee!

  9. Jason 9

    “What’s with these All Blacks? If some of them wear pink boots, you’d think they wouldn’t be so stand-offish over my pink panties. Hmmm……perhaps I should have worn my trousers after all.”

  10. Blighty 10

    Can’t wait to hold that trotie aloft

  11. Kaplan 11

    Key sings Japan anthem after poll show’s low asian support. Crowd applauds brave decision.

  12. McFlock 12

    “goddov nesians add die feed;
    inna bonzo luvvee mead;
    naa na na na naa na-eeeeeeeeet;
    God deafen  New Zea – our fee lund”
       
    Fuck, this is better than Letterman. I’m like an All Black!
     

  13. Just like Helen Clarke, I have gone to a sport event.

  14. Colonial Viper 14

    “All Black Coach, now that’s a good next job for me”

  15. sally 15

    Woodcock to Mealamu: “Get in close, Kev, being Tory is contagious”

  16. Oh jeez…I hope the cameraman doesn’t notice my stiffy

  17. Craig Glen Eden 17

    Oh they said the ABs would hug me to.

  18. Craig Glen Eden 18

    Pick me pick me Richie.

  19. Oligarkey 19

    “God defend New York Bankers…. umm opps Nue Zaaaaaland.”

  20. Red Fred 20

    Winners.

    on the scoreboard, polls, and soon to be election.

  21. JS 21

    Hey Crosby and Textor, what do I do now? Group hug?

  22. infused 22

    “Lets see Labour top this!”

  23. JS 23

    An All Black holds his head in shame at the brazen attempt by the National Party to use them for party political purposes.

  24. JS 24

    How much did this PM product placement cost? Who knows? Who paid? Us.

  25. ghostwhowalksnz 25

    This will be in my video application for Americas Got Talent

  26. pdm 26

    Kevin Welsh – 2.07pm

    Excellent.

  27. John Dalley 27

    Hell, when’s the english version going to start.

  28. higherstandard 28

    Blog continues to offer outlet for those suffering from chronic and acute form of KDS.

  29. randal 29

    I faced my challenge and became and AB…yeah right.

  30. logie97 30

    Now if the boys at Crosby Textor have arranged it right, the camera will be on me at the point where we all sing God defend New Zealand. Problem is how am I going to explain to all those Kiwis that I acshully am not a believer. Bit hypocritical really. Nah, not a problem, they’ll forget this moment as quickly as I forgot what I believed in in 1981.

  31. Mac1 31

    “Well the dole queue starts on the right, babe,
    if that trotie don’t come back to town!’

    Mac1 “the Knife”

  32. “I wish these guys would bugger off – they’re hogging my photo op!”

  33. Jon Q Liberal 33

    “I’m standing in black… ew”

  34. richard 34

    If only the haka was in English….maybe they would let me do that too. Car marty…car marty? Makes no sense at all?

  35. Sang the National Anthem next to the All Blacks before a test … tick

  36. M 36

    John took the news rather well after being put in the group on the right, the one for rejected male revue performers.

  37. Hammer 37

    Another bunch of sad puerile comments.
    Keep it up guys – three more years;  three more years 

  38. Where the fucks my All Blacks shirt?

  39. Lucy Lu 39

    WINNERS

  40. Deadly_NZ 40

    Cool AB’s all week Warriors on the weekend And then more photo ops with the AB’s.

  41. Muzza 41

    Editing Team “who of you forgot to photoshop out that dick-head who crashed the team shot”?

  42. Blue 42

    Winners line up for a bit of a sing. Labour MP’s absent (they had a vegan macrame evening and self-esteem awareness seminar planned)

    • McFlock 42.1

      So Blue, are you banksing on the two-timing nats getting 51%, or will they be coalescing with the three or so MPs of UF/Act(you wish) and the MP? A one-headed, three zitted, five-faced monster…

  43. Adrian 43

    Helen was very perceptive. She put a big effort into making sure we got the RWC,because even if she wasn’t PM then, Key would look and act like a real try-hard a month before the electon. How many votes will it cost him if he runs around Eden Park with the bloody thing.

  44. randal 44

    I just WANNABEEEEEEEE….

  45. Richard 45

    “Key dropped the ball, but picked anyway”

  46. mikesh 46

    A rugby team needs 15 players? And here was me just trying to even up the numbers.

  47. joe90 47

    Forget past.

    Make millions.

    Join National.

    Buy seat.

    Parachute into Helensville.

    Stab Bill.

    Leader.

    Form Government.

    PM.

    Bring back titular honours.

    .Convince people I give a rats.

    Impersonate an AB.

    Bullshit old butcher.

    Impersonate Warrior

    etc

    etc

    Yay, Knighted!

    Fuck this shit, I’m outa here

    • Jenny 47.1

      Fuck this shit, I’m outa here

      Joe90

      Hand the premiership over to the unelectable extremists Bill English PM and Don Brash, Deputy PM

      Leave for Hawaii.

  48. jem 48

    Lineup of the “Best of the Best”

  49. jem 49

    “New Zealands most Trusted”

  50. jem 50

    “Voted most likely to Succeed”

  51. rod 51

    Ever since I was 3 I’ve wanted to be an All Black mascot.

  52. Marjorie Dawe 52

    I wonder if they will let me carry their balls too.

  53. Fender 53

    “Dont think ill get away with running ruffshod under urgency if im playing”

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