Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 1:34 pm, August 29th, 2017 - 47 comments
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47 comments on “Caption competition”

  1. r0b 1

    History repeats…

  2. Carolyn_nth 2

    Bill says, “nothing fishy in my caucus! It’s all out in the open – transparent as!

    Bigger than David Shearer’s, double the impact!

  3. joe90 3

    fishin’s great in Houston

  4. tracey 4

    The Fish rots from the head down!

  5. Bill 5

    PM endorses apostrophe abuse

    [please use a different commenting name to avoid confusion, aye? Cheers.] – Bill

  6. One Anonymous Bloke 6

    Safety workers prepare to dispose of unwanted catch.

  7. Sans Cle 7

    Out of the blue?
    Stink! I’ve turned pink!

  8. Unfortunately parliament is not in session.

    (But I do have time for a charity boxing match if Cameron Slater of the glass jaw is willing, and I’d bet that I can fit in a racing car better than some others)

  9. adam 9

    english loves the free-market so much, he forgot loaves and fishes.

  10. ropata 10

    Apex predator and its prey.

    a few fish there as well

  11. One Anonymous Bloke 11

    For sale: used politician. Comes with own fishhooks.

  12. Bill 12

    The coalition partners…

  13. Mrs Brillo 13

    SIS leave no stone unturned in the hunt for Rawshark.

  14. McFlock 14

    one fish to be gutted in four weeks’ time

  15. AB 15

    Yum – “whole fish pizza” for dinner at Bill’s place tonight.

  16. AB 16

    MAF inspection cameras accidentally turned on by fishing company

  17. AB 17

    Dead meat x3

  18. ianmac 18

    I am a Catholic form of Jesus and look what I can create out of a few old bones.

  19. Stuart Munro 19

    Migrant workers pose with lying asshole and fish he did not catch.

  20. The decrypter 20

    Talley’s bribe English with two Hector dolphins.

  21. mac1 21

    Talley’s man with his electoral talisman- two dead fish……

  22. Editractor 22

    Labour’s new delivery boy.

  23. Paul Campbell 23

    Good thing I’ve got an apron, that whale oil makes a mess of everything

  24. UncookedSelachimorpha 24

    Another Wealthy Right-Wing Groper.

    [Actually they are salmon of course]

  25. In Vino 25

    There, see? Nothing fishy about my even-handedness.

  26. UncookedSelachimorpha 26

    Me on a photo-op for a company with the majority shareholder a notorious Malaysian multi-billionaire family who made their money ‘allegedly’ abusing human rights, indulging in corruption and felling rainforest!! Great Day, except for these deplorable minimum wagers here…(and I don’t mean the fish!). I doubt they will be moving out of their cars any time soon!

    Brighter Future!

  27. Ad 27

    So Long And Thanks For All The Fish.

  28. Treetop 28

    Having a work out at the gym.

  29. Off course the Dipper never really caught those fish,… the ones he caught were this long…

    But hes quite happy to take the big fish from the workers hard labours for dinner tonight..

    https://i0.wp.com/thestandard.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/bill-english-tiny.jpg?resize=350%2C200&ssl=1

  30. Treetop 30

    The fish to my right is Barclay and the fish to my left is the leaker.

    I just happen to be caught in the middle.

  31. Paul Campbell 31

    Um, no the “Blue September” ads on TV promoting prostate exams are not ours, but if you vote for us it will feel the same

  32. Incognito 32

    Bill English showing he’s got mussels.

  33. Doogs 33

    Parliament may be out, but school’s in!

  34. mikesh 34

    They fell for it, hook, line and sinker, just like parliament.

  35. Jag 35

    Workers don safety suits to throw toxic bycatch over the side.

  36. mosa 36

    Who are we standing next to ?

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