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Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 2:43 pm, October 20th, 2017 - 49 comments
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Don’t be too mean – the poor guy is suffering…

49 comments on “Caption competition ”

  1. JanM 1

    Bugger – there goes my job!

  2. One Anonymous Bloke 2

    Mike Hosking suddenly remembers that he left his tongue in Steven Joyce’s old office.

  3. Sacha 3

    Vindaloo.

  4. simonm 4

    Uh-oh! Guess whose nappy needs changing…

  5. Mr Magoo 5

    Bugger, there goes my preferred “journalist” access…and my importance…

    But, but I recited “strong and stable” 100 times a day just like John told me too!?

    Oh great, English craps the bed and I end up with this wet, sticky feeling lump in my trousers?

    Oh god, I think I feel John Key pulling his hand out of my arse…what am I supposed to think now?

    Sadly that is the best I can do today.

    But seriously: that is definitely his ‘O’ face. (You’re welcome)

  6. Dorian Gray, after taking a knife to his portrait.

  7. Brian 7

    Ouch!! Must make another appointment with the Proctologist

  8. Once was Tim 8

    Mummy Mummy! They won’t let my friends play gubbamint

  9. “Ohhhhh…. I’ve wasted my life.”

  10. Paul Campbell 10

    “Oh …. they’re going to require the state broadcasting channels to be non-partisan … I can’t do that”

  11. Sanctuary 11

    Stripped of power, all old white men suddenly look old, real old.

  12. McFlock 12

    but tomorrow was supposed to belong to meeeee

  13. cleangreen 13

    Shit Winston’s got me knackered now, with his “public broadcasting policy” he is splitting off the TV one network and putting it under the new Radio NZ “non-commercial” model that means my job is over!!!!!!!

  14. Can’t embed tweets / tweet videos in comments, but Like Mike is very good:

  15. simonm 15

    “Fuck! Those Commie bastards are going to publish my salary!”

  16. Enough is Enough 16

    “I am looking forward to the eradication of homelessness and child poverty”

  17. red-blooded 17

    Loser with no understanding of coalitions.

  18. Anne 18

    *&%^&&#!//?$@*!?<+**$% @!%# dadamama [deep breath] boo hoohoohoohhhhhh [sloppy sniff] boo boohoo……………..

  19. David Mac 19

    “Now look what you’ve gone and done to yourselves. Good luck getting your Lamborghini deposits back.”

  20. timeforacupoftea 20

    Blunt as at 7

    • David Mac 20.1

      You get my vote tea, ‘Seven Blunt’ Ha!…Wonder if he went home last night and had a Scotch and a blunt.

  21. Pete 21

    I’m really earning my $3000 tonight for doing the show.

  22. Cinny 22

    Sharted

  23. The decrypter 23

    Wda my teths

  24. Descendant Of Sssmith 24

    Mike loves Winston really.

  25. hoom 26

    Happy days!

  26. Stuart Munro 27

    The end of an error.

  27. Incognito 28

    I would do anything for love, but I won’t do that.

  28. mac1 29

    Hosking sees the score for the hardest piece he has yet to play- sight unseen in seven sharps, “Gotterdammerung” .

    But he’s not a sharp minor.

  29. Liberal Realist 30

    How could we lose? My National mates are now … losers? I’m a loser?
    What’s going to happen to my show? OMG I’m losing the show!! FML … Oh sh$t, how am I going to afford the car payments!! … How could this happen to me … ?

  30. mosa 31

    Oh my god i have just realised all my friends are going to jail.

  31. Union city greens 32

    Clare Curran as minister???

  32. Sorry Mike , after three decades ( and your a relative latecomer , mate ) the people are wanting this against all the skulking , viscous , self interested neo liberal bastards who ever ingratiated themselves into the halls of parliament…

    http://fr.web.img2.acsta.net/pictures/17/01/11/15/08/564345.jpg

  33. Patricia Bremner 34

    The Campbell is replacing me?

  34. Philg 35

    Stand aside Bill mate. I’m the new leader. John, how does this work?

  35. Doogs 36

    John! . . . . Joooooohn! . . . . . Where are yooooo? . . . . . Oh god, it hurts!!!

  36. North 37

    Piers Morgan denies all knowledge of minor antipodean know-all…….”Hosking? Hosking who?”

  37. North 38

    “Oh fuck! What are SkyCity gonna say?”

  38. mosa 39

    The ” brighter future ” is over.

  39. Philg 40

    NZ’s LEADING INTELLETCUAL ANALIZES ELECTORAL ARMAGEDDON!

  40. tony 41

    the inventor of sour sweets, ladies and gentlemen Mike hosking.

  41. Sparky 42

    Seven Sour…….

  42. Sirian Starseed 43

    I wonder if my buddy pal mate John has a spare room for me in Hawaii as I won’t be able to live here anymore.

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