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Caption competition

Written By: - Date published: 2:46 pm, September 25th, 2009 - 35 comments
Categories: humour, john key - Tags:

Key looking ragged

35 comments on “Caption competition ”

  1. BLiP 1

    I wonder if I’ve been changed in the night? Let me think. Was I the same when I got up this morning? I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I’m not the same, the next question is ‘Who in the world am I?’ Ah, that’s the great puzzle!

  2. roger nome 2

    Now think John. That nice man, Mr Textor ran a focus group question on this last year ….. oh shit, can’t remember. Time for plan B – book that holliday in Hawaii. Good riddance NZ!

  3. Ianmac 3

    Why don’t I get the respect due to me? Why do I get treated like just another passer-by? At least they should recognise my self-designated title “The Smiling Assassin.” Scared anyone? Uh-uh?

  4. Daveo 4

    “John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand”

  5. kaplan 5

    Zombie Economics

  6. BLiP 6

    Ahhhh . . . ummmm . . . Kevin, mate, can I borrow your shower again. Letterman’s just told me I still stink.

  7. Ron 7

    “I would love to wages drop ..click…ah, look, you see, we’re looking into that and I’m confiodent we’re on the right track….click…I would love to see wages drop….click ah, look, we’re looking into that and I’m confident we’re on the right track….click….I would love to see wages drop….click….”

    lol cptcha “weapons”

  8. greenfly 8

    Petit mal.

    Don’t be cruel.

  9. KeyWeeze, Party Clown and high wire act.
    Available for all functions.
    Rates negotiable.

  10. So Bored 10

    You are not in Guatemata now Dr Key

  11. Evidence-Based Practice 11

    What’s Helen got that I haven’t?

  12. DeeDub 12

    “Shit, I TOLD them this ‘Blackadder Series One’ hairstyle would not play in New York!”

    captcha: BOTTLE

  13. Stacktwo 13

    He’s gone into energy-saver again. Quick! Push the manual override!

  14. Steve 14

    Sue Bradford resigned? who the hell is Sue Bradford?

  15. Reggie 15

    When asked how he felt about appearing on Letterman, Key replied “I’m actually pretty relaxed about it’. He then sucked in air between his teeth and grinned inanely.

  16. ak 16

    mmmmmmmmm………fame and adulation……….and here’s caucus and our policies……. DOH!

  17. illuminatedtiger 18

    ppprecious?

  18. Bill 19

    Um. You want I send troops to kill Iranistanians now? Yessir Barak. Sure. I’m pretty relaxed about that.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/26/world/middleeast/26nuke.html?_r=1&hp

  19. BLiP 20

    Interviewer: You’ve just met possibly the most powerful man in the world, President Barrack Obama just after he addressed the United Nations General Assembly and on the eve of his departure to Pittsburg for the G20. What were your impressions, Mr Key?

    John Key: ahhhh . . . jeeeze . . . hiz wyfe is roilly, roilly tall . . . moyd Bronagh lik luk a Hobbit . . . h-yuck h-yuck h-yuck . . .

    • felix 20.1

      JeebersChrist, can you imagine how this guy is going to fare without Extra-Cleaning-Bill English doing all the actual work?

      • BLiP 20.1.1

        A frightening thought – Crusher Collins, Basher Bennet, Chopper Tolley and Calamity Kate actually being in charge of Corrections, Police, Social Development & Employment, Youth Affairs, Education and Food Safety!!

        Mind you, I bet the public service mandarins think Christmas has come early – there’ll be no way National Ltd can privatise that little lot with the Minister of Finance sitting in jail.

        Fingers crossed.

  20. luva 21

    ” I have the highest approval ratings of every leader at this conference”

    • BLiP 21.1

      And the dignity of none.

      • gargoyle 21.1.1

        This blog is becoming more and more like a pack of teenagers bitching about whether the new girl is pretty or not.

        Why not have one post a week titled ‘I hate John Key’ where you can all go and cry and bitch rather than having the same post and comments over and over again.

        • BLiP 21.1.1.1


          We’ll drive you, nearly drive you out of your head
          While we never shed
          A tear
          Remember, you remember, all that you said
          You told us love was too plebeian
          Told us you were through
          Well now you can cry me a river, cry me a river . . .

          Typical Righty – can dish out it but can’t take it, eh? Feel free to fuck off any time soon.

          • gargoyle 21.1.1.1.1

            What is a typical rightie ? How about a typical leftie ?

            Dress up your comment all you want but it’s just a variance on “I know you are but what am I? ”

            I don’t really care if you spend all your time crying over Key but it has all the same appeal of the twats who used to do the same when HC was PM.

            Some perspective is needed when even a post about the death of Sir Howard turns into a Key is shit/no he isn’t trollfest.

            • felix 21.1.1.1.1.1

              And your trolling is as dull and predictable as it was when you used to call yourself “hs” and tell lies about being a doctor.

            • gargoyle 21.1.1.1.1.2

              Yawn Felix the Standard Tame troll fails again

              1. wrong person
              2. if it’s dull and predictable why do you feel the need to comment.

              Go back to your harmonica and lame band surely it’s more rewarding than hangin around here stalking Timmy.

            • felix 21.1.1.1.1.3

              Oh the irony.

  21. Scott 22

    John Key has just seen the “jokes” he is required to read out on Letterman

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