Caption competition

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54 comments on “Caption competition”

  1. MikeG 1

    Believe me, I’m holding up five fingers.

    or

    If you want me to answer any questions about the number of fingers I’m holding up, please put them in writing. I’m still trying to forget who I sold the fifth one to.

  2. McFlock 2

    Look at me, hanging by a thread

  3. ianmac 3

    As the Gondola sinks slowly in the West, so goes John Key. Bye.

  4. clashman 4

    I’m alright Jack, it’s the rest of the country I’m sending over the edge of a cliff.

  5. ghostrider888 5

    waving bye-bye to gone-dwindler-land

  6. felix 6

    “Guys, I’m beginning to seriously question our ‘No toilets on Planet Key’ stance.”

  7. r0b 7

    Attack of the Pod People.

  8. BrucetheMoose 8

    “Gosh, aren’t helicopters so quiet theses days- and small.”

  9. BrucetheMoose 9

    “See, only five lies this month.”

  10. emergency mike 10

    “Smile and wave boys, thats the secret.”

    [lprent: I couldn’t resist ]

  11. vto 11

    ” I fucken let off too fucken early .. rrooaaaarrrrrr”, boomed the Great Earth Monster, who lives pretty much exactly under where the gondola is in that photo and let loose from on 22 Feb 2011 destroying Christchurch.

  12. mac1 12

    Cycle ways? Old hat. We’ll now have gondolas from North Cape to the Bluff. Yuh see, yuh need vision!

  13. risildo 13

    Oh so whose for a cup of tea then ra ra ra

  14. scotty 14

    Rare Gecko Gordonicus found climbing window in Gondola

  15. joe90 15

    “Over the hills and far away, Teletubbies come to play.”

  16. karol 16

    “Bye Judith. Sorry left a little early – thought you weren’t joining us. Wait, what are you doing to those cables?”

  17. Disraeli Gladstone 17

    I must leave now. My bank account needs me.

  18. Jackal 18

    It’s for your own good John… Just ride the gondola until the media has lost the scent of your latest brainfart.

  19. I am not a crook…

  20. weka 20

    Is anyone else wondering where the scissors are? *snip*

  21. fender 21

    Gotta hand it to you John, you really do look clueless.

    New spy technique for the ‘barking mad’.

    No Mr. Speaker I don’t recall taking a ride on any gondola.

  22. georgecom 22

    From up here your power bills look small enough to me.

  23. georgecom 23

    Fookin hell, a lake. Lets build a power staion there and sell it.

  24. Rodel 24

    Publicity darling…that’s all that counts..publicity ..all publicity is positive.

  25. prototype local drone – dummy run.

  26. Peter Revell 26

    I have no clue whose hand that is, could be mine but also could belong to the puppet master or my secretary, if you want to know, ring directory

  27. gorj 27

    FOR SALE: National Party leadership, declining cond, comes with free gondola ride.

  28. fender 28

    New law allows one-armed bandits in gondola cars.

  29. fender 29

    Three-way high-five ends as badly as three-way handshake.

    John the octopus predicts win for the left.

  30. mac1 30

    “Sailing around the world in a dirty gondola / Oh, to be back in the land of Coca- Cola!”

    With apologies to Mr Bob Zimmerman.

  31. Te Reo Putake 31

    Cabinet’s John Key Appreciation Society AGM was a simple affair this year.

  32. Adrian 32

    It’s all downhill from here.

  33. mac1 33

    Looking up, John Key has a Mike Moore moment. “You know how we’ve got all these transmission lines running all over the country…………?’

  34. Foreign Waka 34

    Majestic wave to the peasants down there and up up and away we go….

  35. weka 35

    While Key was summonsed to an urgent meeting (undisclosed overseas location) with his paymasters, his CGI image was seen keeping up appearances at various tourism theme parks around NZ.

  36. Mariana Pineda 36

    We will all descend into oblivion

  37. pollywog 37

    C’mon guys, wave to the peasants

  38. Chrissy 38

    That’s a good shot!

  39. georgecom 39

    Going down – first floor poll slump, brain fades and unpopular policies, bottom floor opposition benches, loss of perks and hawaii.

    Are you free Mr Joyce?

  40. Treetop 40

    You can run but you cannot hide from the month from hell and the month aint over.

  41. AC 41

    “I only held up one finger” Key’s memory fades again.

  42. AC 42

    “Yes, I’ve had a thought, stuff the rebuild let’s have one big dairy farm. We can move the people of CHCH to Bluff and sell the farm to China”.

  43. prism 43

    This pod is a nifty new design for space travel – we’ll be off to somewhere else when we get to the top of the mountain. Bye all you suckers.

  44. ruuptoit 44

    I’m off to see the wizard… the wonderful wizard of….

  45. ruuptoit 45

    What to you mean,what am I doing with my other hand?

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