Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 10:22 am, March 7th, 2014 - 82 comments
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Key photo op

82 comments on “Caption competition”

  1. geoff 1

    “So people who do this for a living get minimum wage?? Haha, losers!!”

  2. freedom 2

    Remember Gerry, lift the corner of the rug first, then sweep

    • Rosie 2.1

      +1, “and Gerry, find the biggest rug you can, we’ve got a jolly big lot to sweep under it”

  3. Pascal's bookie 3

    The Prime Minister swept into Christchurch yesterday to mop up a Gerry Brownlee mess.

  4. karol 4

    Sergeant Schultz smirks at the sloppy work of an unidentified lackey, thinking of the punishment he can use. He doesn’t know the slippery lackey is just creating a diversion for an escape operation.

  5. fender 5

    Key cleans up after Brownlee empties his bladder on the floor again..

    Addict forced to do chores before his methadone is handed out..

    Idiot wanker holds a different pole for a change..

  6. Saarbo 6

    (Through smiling gritted teeth)

    “Grab the other broom and help me you fat lazy prick”

  7. David H 7

    Jezuz Gerry get out of the way, your squeezing too way much water out.

    Fuck I thought I could walk on water.

  8. sweetd 8

    Popular successful PM has his photo taken

    • swordfish 8.1

      Pissed Buffon with unconvincing toupee tries his hand at honest day’s work for first time in life.

      • swordfish 8.1.1

        Drunk PM mops up own stinking pool of diarrhea after mistaking liquid-laxative for Single Malt.

  9. fender 9

    Drunk golfer mistakes pharmacy for putting green..

    Quick thinking pharmacy worker photographs Hawaiian overstayer committing robbery..

  10. Bill 10

    Sweeping the imminent demise of pharmac under the carpet.

  11. captain hook 11

    I thought I was king canute but I’m just a noot!

  12. fender 12

    While picking up daily meds for Key, the pregnant Brownlee’s waters broke..

  13. AB 13

    Hey guys, Gerry left his Huggies at home, but ekshully the Cabinet office says it’s all good. Do I look cool ?

  14. scotty 14

    PM caught redhanded , desparately attempting to sweep the Judith Collins fiasco under the carpet.

  15. Puckish Rogue 15

    PM sweeps yet another lacklustre labour challenger away

  16. key:..

    “..aahh!!..takes me back to my days mopping up all the shit @ merrill-lynch..eh..?..”

    ..phillip ure..

  17. gezza-brownlee assumes his usual public-loo…’wide-stance’…

    phillip ure..

  18. key:..

    ..”..i scrub and i scrub…and yet the stains won’t go away..”

    ..phillip ure..

  19. blue leopard (Get Lost GCSB Bill) 19

    Key provides a visual image of what Labour/Greens will be having to do when they get into power – clean up the mess National have created.

    Brownlee shows what a big joke he thinks the mess is.

  20. gezza-brownlie..(thinks..)

    “..whoar..!..i wish he’d do that to my pole..!”..

    ..phillip ure…

  21. wild-life photographer catches/captures rand-ites at play..

    ..phillip ure..

  22. brownlee rushes..to fill the gap…

    ..phillip ure..

  23. JK 23

    This is just like being back at PlaySkool …..

  24. blue leopard (Get Lost GCSB Bill) 24

    Key shows an example of the type of job he sees fit for the majority of New Zealanders

    Brownlee chuckles as he thinks of Key and Joyce’s latest plans for sabotaging the education system

  25. photographer captures ‘the best side’..

    ..of both key and brownlee..

    ..phillip ure..

  26. AB 26

    Gerry’s not a malicious authoritarian, he let me mop up the dirty water!

  27. key adopts the ‘relaxed’ posture..

    ..and brownlee..seeing/seizing his opportunity..

    ..moves in..

    ..phillip ure..

  28. key:.

    “..her..?..she’s from the gcsb..they’re everywhere..eh..?..”

    phillip ure..

  29. AB 29

    Oops, Gerry laughed a bit too much when I said I had a ‘blind’ trust

  30. key:..

    “..after this..big-gezza and i are going to hit the shelves…

    ..for a bit of mix and match..

    ..this is why we are both grinning ear to ear.

    ..it’s..in expectation..eh..?..”

    ..phillip ure..

  31. key:..

    “..we cant get big enough nappies for him..eh..?..”

    phillip ure..

  32. AB 32

    It would be cool to do this for the median wage – that’s $75k pa right? Easy money!

  33. key:..

    “..no..my hairpiece is not ‘lifting-off’..”

    phillip ure..

  34. key:..

    ..”..i just imagine it is all that money sloshing into my ‘blind'(heh-heh!)-trusts..”

    ..phillip ure..

  35. AB 35

    $14/hour! Jeez, productive work sucks compared to speculation!

  36. AB 36

    The $9.70 I’ll get paid for this is the only part of my 50mil I really deserve – Haha

  37. AB 37

    If I gaze at the water I can see my face! Ah one more time, if I gaze at…

  38. AB 38

    Which do I love more – redistributing wealth upwards or sweeping sh*t downwards?

  39. Papa Tuanuku 39

    Brownlee invisible pony stresses out.

  40. Papa Tuanuku 40

    Key digs nation into even bigger hole.

  41. mikesh 41

    Water, water, everywhere … … say, Gerry, didn’t we have plans to privatize the stuff at some point.

  42. AB 42

    This is my vision of your brighter future

  43. AB 43

    Gerry – when did we join “the underclass”

  44. AB 44

    “one may smile and smile and be a villain”

  45. AB 45

    Gerry – we suspended ECan, so can I steal this water too?

  46. JanM 46

    Look, Gerry, it doesn’t matter what crawls out of the woodwork, just do as I do and sweep it under the carpet!

  47. Puckish Rogue 47

    “See Phil this is how you do a photoshoot”

  48. The moment before mr key’s pole dance demonstration for a social media photo opportunity went very wrong…

  49. Plotkin 49

    Mopping up some of David’s lies of last week. Pass me a bigger bucket, please.

  50. mac1 50

    “So, I was told to come down to Christchurch to get a handle on the crisis.”

  51. Stuart Munro 51

    “Some people don’t like slime but I feel right at home.”

  52. ianmac 52

    Key floods Christchurch so that he can get his photo op. Goes to extraordinary lengths that Machivellian chap.

    • blue leopard (Get Lost GCSB Bill) 52.1

      lol

    • weka 52.2

      Key floods Christchurch so that he can get his photo op. Goes to extraordinary lengths that Machivellian chap.

      “I knew trickledown had to be of some use!”

  53. Tracey 53

    Having run out of carpet the pm started stuffing secrets down brownlees undies

  54. ropata 54

    GB: “See John, I will be the management, you pretend to be the worker”
    JK: “Hi ho, hi ho, this ‘working’ lark is a piece of piss, give me another hit of that morphine stuff”

  55. risildowgtn 55

    I have pills in my pocket! Yum

  56. whatever next? 56

    “Here’s another fine mess you’ve gotten me into”….actually, could it be….it’s spooky how much they resemble Laurel and Hardy when I look at them

  57. ‘Aren’t floods fun?!’

  58. Concerned 58

    Well somebody has to clean up Cunliffe’s mess….

    • AB 58.1

      Tory troll shows lack of wit when viewing picture of Year 1 woodwork student cleaning Mr Brownlee’s [cl]ass

      • Concerned 58.1.1

        Can’t handle the truth eh AB…suck it in…truth does hurt…Your leader’s mess is all over the place and all over the newspapers and media…

        • AB 58.1.1.1

          Aah – not a caption methinks just a weak insult. And btw I have no ‘leader’. Tories do tend to fetishise ‘leadership’ though, probably because they are natural authoritarians

  59. xtasy 59

    Hah, last night I watched a speech by Mr Goebbels, and I saw a video of “Mein Fuehrer”, and hey, it gave me ideas, get a broom or something, pretend you are one of “the people”, and your votes and coming electoral victory are “ensured”. Hence here I am , pushing shit for shits sake, to make shit happen, for my own shit purpose, for a shit PM that runs a shit country! Easy goes, it is all in “good hands”.

  60. Claris Moses 60

    Fly in. Fly out.

  61. NZ Jester 61

    Key laughs at the fact nature has delivered him another another great photo opportunity while the deputy leader of National eyes the spot in his back he is thinking about inserting his knife should the opportunity arrive for him to try for the top spot as leader of the National Party!

  62. emergency mike 62

    “You see Gerry, every natural disaster is an easy photo-op win. Just remember to grin at the camera like an idiot, the munters love it. You gonna get a broom and help or just standing there laughing at the absurdity of it? Yes of course I’m joking. Excuse me Miss? Can you pour a bucket of water here please, it doesn’t look wet enough.”

  63. the pigman 63

    Unidentified golfer mishandles croquet mallet; human hoop pulls derp face in response.

  64. The Real Matthew 64

    Key sweeps Labour aside to win Election

  65. Redzone 65

    Two unidentified politicians rush to yet another Christchurch crisis for yet another photo op. Wish they’d just piss off!

  66. red blooded 66

    Hey, no worries – after so many years in the National Party I’m used to being surrounded by this stuff. This is nothing: most of the time I have to push it uphill!

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