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Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 4:00 pm, August 9th, 2017 - 29 comments
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29 comments on “Caption competition ”

  1. Andre Hock 1


  2. Stuart Munro 2

    “Not now Glenys, I’m photobombing Dr Sir John.”

  3. Ad 3

    “I can smile, and murder while I smile.” Shakespeare, Richard III

  4. Paul Campbell 4

    “and then I bought a house there just to pretend that I lived there, and they bought it”

  5. Union city greens 5

    He’s smiling because he thinks he’ll win. I’m smiling because I got out before I lost.

  6. The decrypter 6

    Sir William sounds pretty good to me Sir John.

  7. adam 7


    Pick your


  8. Irascible 8

    God these false teeth feel just like my delivery promises.

  9. David Mac 9

    Crosby-Textor proudly present The Amazing Flying Spaghetti Pizza Brothers

  10. Incognito 10

    Two rights make a wrong.

  11. Incognito 11

    White Men Can Jump Ship.

  12. AB 12

    “Bill – Dave reckons the pig should be the other way round”

  13. Willy Wilson 13


  14. There are some sad , others disgusted about the news today , there are others who believe the shit has now hit the fan and is set to explode all over the corruption and neo liberalism of Bill English and his embedded far right wing media shills.

    A word to the wise : You cant keep treating people like shit even if you do believe the poor are nothing more than the shit on your shoes.

    Hilarious Exploding Cow Pat Banger Video! Slow Motion … – YouTube
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  15. SMILIN 15

    Smile thats all you get and we get paid for it

  16. mac1 16

    “Is that why you quit, John?”

    Slowly dawning realisation.

    “You bastard.”

  17. mosa 17

    Say……….New Zealanders are suckers.

  18. Hanswurst 18

    Some guy called Bill sticks his head into unidentified guest‘s selfie.

  19. Incognito 19

    Surreal Art: Ce ne sont pas des politiciens

  20. mosa 20

    Totally delusional and no conscience.

  21. Philj 22

    Look Bill, all you have to do is smile. You can say just about anything. But a selfie stick is essential!

  22. eco maori 23

    We can lie cheat and steal and the sheep will believe it

  23. eco maori 24

    wont believe it

  24. doc 25

    When you tell a lie to the great unwashed , you gotta do it like this bill, now you try ,that’s it, now your getting the hang of it, now keep smiling and and tell us that you never had tex with that woman,

  25. Steve Lee 26

    Can’t believe how large the payback from the banks is?

  26. Treetop 27

    Oh we thought that we had buried the Barclay shit, it has been dug up again and we are still smiling.

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