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Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 2:39 pm, May 11th, 2012 - 53 comments
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53 comments on “Caption competition ”

  1. Uturn 1

    PM gets good head at vege convention.

  2. Tom 2

    One vege communicating with another

  3. joe90 3

    John meets the new Blue-Green candidate.

  4. happynz 4

    John Key said he’s “not personally opposed to broccoli,” having previously declined to publicly state his opinion on the subject.

  5. Clashman 5

    Look at me, I’m a wanker.

  6. mac1 6

    “A broccoli in the hand is better than George W. Bush.”

  7. fender 7

    Rich guy with neck-tie made of pure gold donates what he believes should keep food-bank well stocked for six months.

    Fuckwit finally finds someone who believes his policies are working for the whole country.

    Border control release photo of suspect wanted in relation to the import of Queensland fruit fly.

    PM presents evidence he believes will prove his best friend John Banks did not come up the river on a gabbage boat.

    New figures released by PM prove his policies are delivering growth.

    PM inspects the item found inside his Finance Ministers skull.

  8. ianmac 8

    Mr Key denies holding onto broccoli. Claims that it was a Trevor Mallard Dirty Trick.

  9. Kaplan 9

    Key temporarily caught without his maids, chef or butler is baffled by raw vegetable.

    Key refutes claims that he came up the river on a broccoli boat.

  10. Tel 10

    “is this microphone on?”

  11. Kevin Welsh 11

    No caption required. Self explanatory.

  12. hellonearthis 12

    Yes my green friend, you can replace John Banks as my number one Vital Vegetable.

  13. Scott 13

    Only one of these is good for your health.

  14. Newt 14

    I don’t know about Vital, but Key’s definitely a Vegetable..

  15. Jim Nald 15

    “Frankly, the way it’s going at the moment you can have the job”

  16. peter 16

    The ideal Voter ! Now we just to breed a few thousand more..

  17. LoveIT 17

    “Flies in the face of Common Sense”

  18. Tel 18

    Straighten up and fly right

  19. Rosie 19

    “Heart ache! heaaaart ache. hits ya its when too late, hits ya when ya dooooown….LOL WUT! This aint the Parnell Millionaires Karoake Club…………sheeesh man, I’m losing it”

  20. Georgecom 20

    John Key with the Minister of Finance who put together his last 2 budgets.

  21. Jackal 21

    Head of broccoli announced as Keys successor.

    Key not ruling out talking to Greens.

    The best photo op Keys team could find.

    Key tries to lure back expats.

    Ceremony to appoint new Minister of Economic Development goes off without a hitch.

    Key thanks god he’s not holding a carrot.

    “I’m allergic to anti-cancerous foods,” Key said.

    Key consults with National’s top advisor.

  22. fustercluck 22

    One of these is an unthinking vegetable.
    The other is broccoli.

  23. Dr Terry 23

    I love this one from fustercluck!! I could never better this!

  24. Trusty Shellback 24

    Check 1-2, 1-2…is this thing even plugged in ?

  25. Fiji Bill 25

    hahaha it feels so funny to touch such a hard thing.

  26. fender 26

    Worlds dumbest drug buyer gets ripped off buying heads.

    Worlds dumbest PM swaps country for greenbacks.

    Key inspects what he earnt under new performance-based-pay rules.

    Key shows Epsom voters the candidate he wants them to vote for.

    Fuckwit expecting a Knighthood gets what he really deserves.

  27. Jackal 27

    When you said you’d give me head…

    Lizard contemplates change in diet.

    Key finally cleans ears out.

    Runner-up in best vegetable competition.

    Candid camera reveal PM to be a joke.

  28. Hami Shearlie 28

    Hey Key-Baby! The name’s Brocolli, just call me Cubby! Now I wants ta know, can I get in on dat Warner Brudder’s deal? – I gotz heaps a Bond films idees! You can even have a big role in “Casino Royale”, I can even change da name to “Sky City Scam” – how does Chief Villain grab yuz?”

  29. Lloyd 29

    Well this one hasn’t been eaten by the fruit fly that our cut-backs let in….

    Just like the economy this will be more efficient if we let the little bits on the top fall off and we just keep the big stalk.

  30. Well Balanced: a Chip on Both Shoulders 30

    Now remind me, which one of the vegetable are you? Jonathan? Maurice? Nathan?

  31. ropata 31

    Hey good looking, you are far more delicious than that cabbage John Banks

  32. logie97 32

    Herald replaces “Spot the Ball” competition with “Spot the vegetable.”

  33. logie97 33

    Key proudly displays the contents of his recent cranial procedure.

  34. lprent 34

    John Key reveals totem vegetable.

    After seeing the media attention given to John Banks and his cabbages, John Key’s advisers organized the public display of his attention grabbing totem…

  35. Tazirev 35

    The broccoli and his friend were walking down the road when public opinion fell on them
    An ambulance rushed them off to the hospital where they immediately went into surgery.
    Finally the doctor emerged and approached the public who had been anxiously awaiting news.
    “Tell me Doc, how are they?”
    The doctor replied, “I’ve got some good news and some bad news.
    The good news is the broccoli is going to live.
    The bad news is we’re pretty sure his friend will remain a vegetable for the rest of his life.

  36. hellonearthis 36

    Alas, poor Banksy ! I knew him, Gerry: a fellow
    of infinite “I cant remember”, of most excellent fancy: he hath
    borne me a cup a tea a thousand times; and now, how
    abhorred in my imagination it is! my gorge rims at
    it. Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know
    not how oft. Where be your gibes now? your
    gambols? your anonymous donations? your flashes of credit,
    that were wont to set the table on a roar? Not one
    now, to mock your own grinning? quite chap-fallen?

  37. mike e 37

    I suppose i better get used to cuddling up to the greens as it will be my only chance at knighthood is to get a third term!

  38. felix 38

    This acid is awesome! The ice cream tastes funny though…

  39. Mick McCrohon 39

    “Hey Bill ,you know the difference between this and snot ? ”
    “I never eat broccoli “.

  40. Treetop 40

    Is this NZ grown veg?

  41. jaymam 41

    Banksy, you know I can’t continue having a vegetable such as you as a Minister.
    But anyway I thought you said cabbage, not broccoli!

  42. D-D-D-Damn ! 42

    John Key meets his intellectual match.

  43. D-D-D-Damn ! 43

    Intellectually, neither had the upper hand.

  44. D-D-D-Damn ! 44

    Key contemplates new toupee.

  45. BeeDee 45

    I prefer my veges raw, straight from the earth, covered in minerals and high grade oil.

  46. Aindriu Macfehin 46

    Most of the people that voted for me had brains smaller than this.

  47. David H 47

    He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother.

  48. fender 48

    PM announces all beneficiaries must eat the genetically modified broccoli for research purposes.

    PM announces that any beneficiaries who become ill after eating GM broccoli will be denied treatment at public hospitals.

  49. Jackal 49

    Gag me with a spoon, is this what they acshully eat?

    Key ponders return to investment banking.

    Who needs fiscal responsibility when I’ve got this.

    God I wish I was holding a trottie!

  50. locus 50

    pm contemplates industry award for his convincing proof of the Peter Principle

  51. M 51

    Pity I was never a bride.

  52. M 52

    Bugger, this broccoli doesn’t seem to be working for me the way it did for the women in the PETA Super bowl ad.

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