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Written By: - Date published: 6:41 pm, October 15th, 2015 - 44 comments
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Good idea:under the table

44 comments on “Caption competition ”

  1. Mike the Savage One 1

    This is what WINZ workers do when a client gets angry. And in the meantime they get their security guard to call the cops and trespass clients. All probs solved, really great work, these two rodents show their good professional work, showing how it is done.

    Screw beneficiaries, we want less of them, that is the mantra.

  2. Halfcrown 2

    Geese Bill, Is this where you found the surplus?

  3. Anne 3

    Pity it wasn’t for real. No smiles then baby.

  4. Nate 4

    The closest thing they could find to sticking their head in the sand in the beehive…

  5. ropata 5

    “This is how we sell legislation to our corporate overlords”

  6. ropata 6

    “if you look up now you can see the sun shining out of John Key’s arse”

  7. ropata 7

    “MPs trial new housing options for Auckland renters”

  8. maui 8

    Government says ingenious new state house design is guaranteed to not have mould, simply because it doesn’t have any walls.

  9. “This is how I climb the corporate ladder”

  10. dv 10

    Does my bum look big in this?

  11. Smilin 11

    “We do this on a regular basis now cos John’s bringing the house down.”
    “Can you phone EQC Paula ?”

  12. left for deadshark 12

    Ha ha, when I said “good we are doing a flyover” I meant theirs “a fly over head”paula eats it,”she stills wiggles when she talks.
    when as (minister of education)

    I believe that too be true.

  13. Stuart Munro 13

    No, this is how we usually write public private partnership agreements, it’s standard practice, just like Cabinet Club.

  14. Stuart Munro 14

    Visual bingo, number 2.

  15. NZJester 15

    National Party MPs practice crawling under tables in preparation for kissing the feet of the visiting international corporation leaders who might visit NZ once the TPP deal is written into law.

  16. Chris 16

    “Earthquakes are good for the economy, stupid. We all really need to muck in on this one.”

  17. AmaKiwi 17

    John calls it “Applying the corporate model to government.”

    You want something from the man, this is where you go to get it.

  18. Potato 18

    Bennett and Tolley continue to search for their compassion

  19. Neil 19

    More under the table deals done by the National party.

  20. Paul Campbell 20

    I’m sure there’s an education budget that pays teachers fairly somewhere under here

  21. rod 21

    Wow, was that an earthquake, or our Boss dropping his wallet.

  22. Potato 22

    ” Are You Smarter Than a Six-year-old ?”
    Six year olds from a decile 2 school today won the latest round of ‘Survival NZ’ after Team Key failed to complete the ‘Stop, drop, COVER and HOLD’ section.
    Asked for comment Bennett replied, “Well I think we have plenty of long term unemployed who should rush to protect me and sacrifice themselves if there was a disaster. Tolley just chuckled and said “I think some people just like hiding under furniture”.
    When Judith Collins was asked why she didn’t even make it off her chair, she just smiled and said that she was ‘waiting to make her move’.

  23. e-clectic 23

    Judith Collins puts her foot in it – again.

  24. Atiawa 24

    The two wicked witches searching for Dorothy.

  25. john 25

    OH look here’s labour’s latest poll results!!!

  26. Neil 26

    John prefers it when you take your teeth out.

  27. Grant 27

    I wonder if they have any intern positions going here?

  28. Incognito 28

    ”Don’t worry Anne, builders cannot self-certify yet so this roof cannot come down any moment, even without an earthquake. In any case, Bill and John have parlayed all shoddy builders to Auckland”

  29. Atiawa 29

    woof woof

  30. rod 30

    Hurry up and take the bloody photo. My friend has dropped a silent humdinger, whew.

  31. Ecosse_Maidy 31

    John said we should demonstrate his new policy,,women should not be heard or seen

  32. Ecosse_Maidy 32

    Scrum Down!

  33. Ecosse_Maidy 33

    NZ,,,self defence policy unveiled after armed forces are made redundant

  34. Ecosse_Maidy 34

    I am afraid its the new policy in NZ,,,

    No Ponytail, No Seat

  35. Ecosse_Maidy 35

    Really, I don’t mind John putting his feet up on us at cabinet….yet honestly he left his chair for a pee over 20 mins now….

  36. Ecosse_Maidy 36

    Cabinet members bond, in team building hide and seek exercise

  37. Ecosse_Maidy 37

    On Your Marks, Getttt Set,,,,,,Go!

  38. Ecosse_Maidy 38

    When John comes back to his seat…I bet he picks me!!!!

  39. Ecosse_Maidy 39

    Volunteers for Keys sedan chair unveiled

  40. Ecosse_Maidy 40

    Ok, when the beloved leader says mushhhhhhhhhh,,,,run like hell

  41. Ecosse_Maidy 41

    Keys decided to hold cabinet trick or treat early…yet oddly there was only tricks

  42. Ecosse_Maidy 42

    Rentokil called,,yet even they don’t know if they could succeed

  43. JAG 43

    John must be feeding the chickens again – Anne has got a pearl necklace.

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