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Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 1:58 pm, July 23rd, 2014 - 43 comments
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43 comments on “Caption competition ”

  1. toad 1

    “I feel like chicken tonight, chicken tonight…”

  2. Zorr 2

    “What does the fox say?”

  3. Pasupial 3

    Bennelzebub is the Devil-Beast!

  4. swordfish 4

    “Better watch out, I’m feeling horny !”

  5. fender 5

    1) Certainly no angel, despite the butterfly wings.

    2) No more leopard-skin prints, it’s strictly Teflon coated frocks for this leader-in-waiting.

    3) Put your hands up if you’re guilty of kicking legitimate social security recipients off a benefit for “not meeting your obligations”, (even though the recipient has done what’s required), in order to achieve “1500 going off a benefit every week”.

  6. Skinny 6

    Paula says “Snakes eyes your skull Judy Doll.”

    Judith’s venomous reply “In your case mad snakes eyes dear.”

  7. Sanctuary 7

    “All hail Hydra!”

  8. McFlock 8

    Air quotes become latest bungle of an incompetent minister

  9. freedom 9

    I’m an Abaddon, I’m an Abaddon, i’m a, i’m a, i’m a,

    I’m an Abaddon, I’m an Abaddon, i’m a, i’m a, i’m a,

    yeah yeah yeah i’m coming for you

    I’m an Abaddon, I’m an Abaddon, i’m a, i’m a, i’m a,

  10. karol 10

    “Eh, what’s up, doc?”

    “I wonder what the poor bunnies are doing this season”

    “And remember, ‘mud’ spelled backwards is ‘dum'”

    “Here I go with the timid little woodland creature bit again. It’s shameful, but…ehhh, it’s a living”

  11. emergency mike 11

    “Photo blamed for widespread public nausea; Japanese kawaii culture in crisis”

  12. irascible 12

    I’m a little piggy heading for the trough… watch out everyone cos I’m a real gobbler.

  13. Tracey 13

    Oma Rapeti, Oma Rapeti, oma oma oma

    • freedom 13.1

      was my I’m an Abaddon too subtle ? 🙂

      • logie97 13.1.1

        … I thought I would do my bit for Maari language week. This is what I learnt at my daughter’s kindy — “Oma rapeti …”

  14. Tracey 14

    the devil’s in the detail

  15. Clemgeopin 15

    ‘My two up fingers up the underclass’

  16. left for dead 16

    Oh,..that god,not the one on a DonKey.

  17. karol 17

    Minister during her keynote speech to the WINZ workers conference:

    “Leave the positive public PR to me. I’ll talk about how many claimants we have successfully helped get off benefits and into jobs. This is how you will present the options to beneficiaries….”.

  18. ianmac 18

    “Hey! I’m not a silly rule. I am so sweet and pure!”

  19. “Elbows OUT! My fellow Nats, THIS is how you keep from catching nits in low-decile schools!”

  20. happynz 20

    With a hee-haw here,
    and a hee-haw there.
    here a hee
    there haw
    everywhere a hee-haw
    Ol’ #teamkey sold us out
    gawdamn thievin’ crooks

    next verse?

  21. ‘and that was the first time i realised i have devil-horns’…

  22. ‘peek a boo..!..whose the nasty minister then..?..’

  23. “..this is what i do to scare the children of bludging-benificiaries..’

  24. “..it is not true that i took all the ladders when i bailed out of henderson..’..

  25. “..so i said..so i said to the whining city mission..you can just fuck off!’..

  26. “..and if i get back in again..if i get another go at them…

    ..i am going to find the biggest strap-on i can..

    ..and i am going to screw those beneficiaries like they have never been screwed before..’.

    • Tiger Mountain 26.1

      lol, Phil’s one best suits the image, one can imagine the hip action…

      mine is…

      “so I like told Rebs; I am a special benefit sweetie!, cool eh Dear Leader?…now about my new electorate office…”

  27. Augustus 27

    “and what do we see when we look up? David Cunliffe painting his roof.”

  28. anker 28

    Like I have been saying we are offering beneficiaries “support (lifting her fingers to indicate quotation marks)” to get into work

  29. redfred 29

    “Those beneficiaries have horns like this and they are of the devil… burn them I say, burn them!”

  30. Doughty 30

    I’m a psychopathic c**t that gets off on fucking over the vulnerable, see I’m bad… BOO

  31. fender 31

    You reckon Keys farts are bad??….you should smell my armpits..

  32. Steve Cain 32

    Are sure I don’t look like Bambi?

  33. One Anonymous Bloke 33

    “Minister of Social Development”.

  34. Tautoko Viper 34

    Paula Bennett auditions for

    INVISIBLE DRY ANTI WHITE MARKS Deodorant Advertisement

  35. Treetop 35

    Sign language for traitor if you do not vote for National.

  36. small thing 36

    “The debil made me do it master “

  37. small thing 37

    “Yes I am uglier than before I did this and those beneficiaries can go to hell “

  38. Trevor 38

    “I am still perfecting giving beneficiaries the finger from behind my head”

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