Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 3:45 pm, April 19th, 2017 - 34 comments
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Actually, looks like the CNBC caption writer already has it covered…

34 comments on “Caption competition”

  1. NZJester 1

    A bunny at the Whitehouse and he is also joined by an easter one as well.

  2. mickysavage 2

    The Donnie Darko sequel has taken an unexpected turn.

    (Borrowed from twitter)

  3. tc 3

    People of america listen to me when I say that nobody knows what better lies beyond the looking glass than my new secretary of state flopsy mcmopsy cottontail.

  4. McFlock 4

    Sean Spicer finally finds job he can handle

  5. ropata 5

    Related,

    What is the best anagram of Donald Trump's name?— Lauren O'Neal (@laureneoneal) April 17, 2017

    Results were
    02% Odd Palm Runt
    12% Damn Turd Pol
    44% Old Mr. Nutpad
    42% Tan Dump Lord

    🙂

  6. Putins new look to avoid war not well received by don

  7. adam 7

    So we are down the rabbit hole…

  8. Carolyn_nth 8

    There’s already one bunny in the Whitehouse, what do you need another one for?

  9. Carolyn_nth 9

    When the men on the chessboard
    Get up and tell you where to go
    And you’ve just had some kind of mushroom
    And your mind is moving low
    Go ask Alice
    I think she’ll know

  10. mosa 10

    I have just realised…. this president guy in the red tie isn’t joking.

  11. Trump announces the identity of VIP political envoy en route for meeting with bill English in Queenstown.

  12. mauī 12

    After decades in the whitehouse the corrupt easter bunny family was finally removed. The children couldn’t hide their outrage, no more eggs!

  13. Mrs Brillo 13

    When I said set up a date with a bunny, I thought I was talking to Hugh Hefner…

  14. Skeptic 14

    Queen Elizabeth sends special envoy to White House to meet with new US President in place of visit to Buck House.

  15. Vaughn 15

    The lure of a sordid affair with a Playboy bunny in the oval office was strong. The reality was somewhat less appealingly – for the bunny.

  16. I want to assure the american people that i did not have sexual relations with the rabbit

  17. red-blooded 17

    Surely one myopic bunny who can’t keep his damn mouth shut is enough – who ordered the second one?

  18. mosa 18

    Ok Obama you have had your fun now so take of that suit…..that is an executive order !

  19. Philj 19

    This is the first step in my masterplan to “Make American Great Again! “

  20. Incognito 20

    The Enactment of the Trump Paradox: fakes to suit, suits to fake.

  21. Cinny 21

    Those mouths.. maybe the bunny knows where the navy is lolololz

  22. Ad 22

    Melania, I’d like you to meet your replacement and my fourth wife.

    But honey it’s OK you can stay – just keep walking nine steps behind me at all times.

  23. AmaKiwi 23

    There was this guy, a bad hombre, he was known to the police. He says stupid stuff like “The meek will inherit the earth.” People screamed, “Lock him up.” But he was such a loser they nailed him up instead.

    He’s gone. Such a loser. But the bunnies are still around because rabbits f*ck anyone they can.

    And that, Baron, is the meaning of Easter.

    • AmaKiwi 23.1

      Baron, do you know why your sister, Ivanka, converted from Christianity to Judaism?

      Because Jesus saves but Moses invests.

  24. AmaKiwi 24

    This unbelievable bunny costume, the most fantastic bunny suit ever made (in China) . . . . . . you can buy it at Ivanka On-Line . Con

    Kelly-Ann bought seven of them. One for each day of the week.

    • mickysavage 24.1

      Where is Kelly-Ann Conway?

      • McFlock 24.1.1

        Not allowed at events involving children after she tried to consume the life force of a toddler during the campaign. Luckily a waiter passed by carrying garlic bread and she fled with a hiss.

        Bannon tried to add himself to the attendance list without anyone noticing, but they’re onto him now.

  25. John 25

    North Korea’s Kim Jong un and President Tonald Drump of the make USA great again declare peace in our time in a joint statement to two adoring fans and a budgie named Freddie

  26. doc 26

    Hillary is back in the whitehouse with disguise supplied by the CIA.

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