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Caption Competition

Written By: - Date published: 2:48 pm, October 28th, 2009 - 44 comments
Categories: education, humour, john key - Tags:

Key with kids in cage

44 comments on “Caption Competition ”

  1. Richard 1

    Must tell Crusher that this new prison is a beauty, but the fences could be higher.

  2. vto 2

    “Hi kids, how is your day going?”

  3. kaplan 3

    National unveil’s new bare bones classroom.

  4. Chris 4

    Under National’s new rules kids, lollies are for men like me and not for brownies like you.

  5. theaveragekeywi 5

    John Key at a School

  6. torydog 6

    Oh look…where i belong….behind bars!!!

  7. Roger 7

    Potential private prison operators successfully lobby John Key for a new national standards test for schools.

  8. “I enjoyed your post on the Standard the other day. Actually, I thought you were younger.”

  9. So Bored 9

    Kiwi kids enjoying the latest addition to the zoos primate house…

  10. roger nome 10

    “ummmm ….. ummmmm ….. – am i supposed to touch these kids?

    Do you have my gloves?

    ahhhmmmmm!!!! – Mr Handler, are you listening?!!

    What, no gloves? Shit, i’ll just have to wing it …

    Ok … Tarloofa larva tamariki

    Now, about those new books we promised you … well, it’s not in the budget any more, and our party demographers tell me that most of you guys will just end up in a rathar similar position to your present one, or in a job where you don’t really need to read anyhow, so we figure it’s a rational spending curtailment.

    We will however be increasing spending on prisons, so your accommodation will be fully government funded in the future!”

    (Key flourishes peace signs with both hands) …

  11. George D 11

    You want to get through the fence and go to the toilet, little girl? You can do that at the end of the day.

  12. kaplan 12

    Young child, pointing:
    “Everybody run! That big guy looks hungry.”

  13. Tigger 13

    National unveils its new approach to prison overcrowding – condition them while they’re young.

  14. scotty 14

    Todays’ fool checking out tomorrows school….. Battery education

  15. tc 15

    Thinks to self…” great photo opp…..they don’t look japanese aside from the height….where’s Disneyland ? ….oh well another good weeks work, especially claimimg credit for that 4 year in the making trade deal…..awesum”

  16. simon c 16

    ‘If your parents worked harder, you could be on this side of the fence with me’
    (best thing we ever did, passing (under urgency) the sins of the father Act)

  17. A Nonny Moose 17

    “Ur chainsawed edjucashun systum – let me show u eet”

  18. BLiP 18

    I’ll have that one . . . that one . . and that one. Make sure they’re skinned, gutted and delivered before the weekend. Thanks.

  19. Sally 19

    John Key goes shopping for his Waitangi Day chaperone.

  20. Craig Glen Eden 20

    The children the children let me touch the small children please please let me touch the children.

  21. Pat 21

    “Do you remember that day last year, kids, when those big Union vans came to take your parents away? Yes, scary wasn’t it!”

    • Pat 21.1

      And the kids all sang:

      “Ding Dong, the witch is dead!
      Which old witch?
      The wicked witch!
      Ding Dong the wicked witch is dead!”

  22. Tim 22

    If you try really hard in your next test ‘Chopper’ Tolley might consider letting you out.

  23. Steve 23

    Quite a few strange comments about this caption competition.
    There are adults here? or is this year 4?

  24. GFraser 24

    Child no.1: Are you enjoying our trip to the circus?
    Child No.2: Yes,it’s great! Hey isn’t that the clown that was on the Letterman show?

  25. mike 25

    “Ok under privilaged kiddies lets free you all from labours welfare trap”

  26. DZA 26

    Hey kid, do you know where I can get my ghetto pass from?

  27. vto 27

    one child: “Hello Mr Key”

    another child: “Hello Prime Minister”

    a couple of other childs: “giggle giggle”

  28. Georgie 28

    Sign on fence says, Kids,Please don’t feed the Don Key.

  29. Akldnut 29

    Get used to it – your sort will always be on that side, my kind will always be on this side

  30. Ianmac 30

    “Watch my smile. See? When you have learned to read and count, then I will let you out. Trust me.”

  31. graham 31

    get used to bars kids because labour wants to keep you poor

  32. illuminatedtiger 32

    John Key receives family visit.

  33. QoT 33

    “Oooh, small hands. Great for picking fruit.”

    [But seriously, righties? You could at least try to be funny with your entries.]

  34. ak 34

    KIDDIES WELCOME LEI-TEST PM NOSE-PROTECTOR: EYE-POKE-SAFE BUT HAND-SLIME STILL A PROBLEM SAY PARENTS

  35. Adders 35

    Children farewell Ronald McDonald at Reykjavik airport.

  36. torydog 36

    wooohoo look at me….NZ’s single worst PM who has followed NZ’s single most successful PM.

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