Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 5:44 pm, September 2nd, 2014 - 58 comments
Categories: caption contest, humour - Tags:

Beehive shredding truck


Too good to pass up but keep it civilised …

58 comments on “Caption competition”

  1. Bill 1

    On the way to WINZ. Can’t shred what’s already been shredded.

  2. feijoa 2

    Shall we shred John Key, or just his office?

  3. Richard@Down South 3

    Shredding Crushers Documents

  4. joe90 4

    The last shreds of decency….

  5. ExStatic 5

    We need a bigger truck..

  6. adam 6

    Nothing to see here…

  7. TA 7

    Judith’s career getting a makeover.

  8. joe90 8

    Reputations shredded.

  9. disturbed 9

    Key just sending confetti for Ms Gwyn at the end of the day.

  10. philj 10

    There was not a shed of truth to be found….

  11. disturbed 11

    “Well we gave you the evidence”

  12. weka 12

    “Looks like the inquiry is under way”

    (stole that one off twitter)

  13. crocodill 13

    “Later, as dusk settles in, the first of the bees returns to the hive…”

  14. i got nuthin’..

    ..the reality of how our country has been stolen and asset-stripped by these lying/thieving bastards.. too grim..

  15. (‘need a bigger truck’ is the funniest so far..)

  16. jimekus 16

    The Billy T. James character on the right has a speech bubble extending to the truck saying, ‘I hacked the shredder, Bro’.

  17. repateet 17

    “Well that enquiry was a waste of time – not a shred of evidence.”

  18. One Anonymous Bloke 18

    Jason Ede leaves the Beehive.

  19. joe90 19


    (Sorry, I’ll get me coat on the way out.)

  20. infused 20

    That’s pretty funny.

  21. Tel 21

    Natz are taking surfing lessons.

  22. karol 22

    There goes John Key’s reputation.

  23. mikesh 23

    Ms Collins seems to have disappeared. Does anyone know what has happened to her?

  24. Key’s new ministerial limo arrives without fanfair

  25. yeshe 25

    Key’s cunningly disguised new plan to insulate poor peoples’ houses ready to go.

  26. weka 26

    Exterminate! Exterminate!

  27. Alistair Connor 27

    Ask not for whom the shredder hums…
    It hums for thee, Crusher.

  28. sabine 28


  29. David H 29

    Heard from an open window

    “No it’s the Weekend, so it’s 5 grand an hour to shred your documents”

  30. AmaKiwi 30

    “Prime Minister, your truck is here.”

  31. A VOTER 31

    Looks like NICKY’S book was just the tip of the iceberg

  32. Stuart Munro 32

    Nah mate – we don’t do dog tucker – sorry.

  33. Stuart Munro 33

    “At the end of the day New Zealand people don’t care about the whereabouts of Jason Ede.”

  34. repateet 34

    “I didn’t say we’ve got to do some “trucking shredding”….”

  35. Stuart Munro 35

    Rawshark’s next move was nothing if not audacious…

  36. Mac1 36

    Mobile vote counter waiting for Cunliffe and Turia to vote.

  37. Inky 37

    The question is, how do we get it up to the PM’s office?

  38. disturbed 38

    “Sneak Jason Ede out inside a sack of documents please”

  39. Stuart Munro 39

    Leonardo and Splinter discovered that their arch-enemy had formed a working relationship with a corrupt government.

  40. Rich 40

    Is it a Dalek?

  41. ropata 41

    Key govt signs new contract with beehive “cleaners”

    But still can’t get the sh*t off his hands

    Out damn spot, out

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