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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 8:22 am, July 22nd, 2020 - 28 comments
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Keep it seemly.

28 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Muttonbird 1

    The Love Boat job applicants on September 21.

  2. left for dead 2

    Zombies,tazed then botoxed.

  3. JanM 3

    What, me worry ?

  4. Incognito 4

    Dress rehearsal for a parody called The Diversity Reshuffle.

  5. Tiger Mountain 5

    Nat’s annual _ _ _ tour to Thailand…

  6. Incognito 6

    National’s backbenchers celebrating bi-monthly leadership change.

  7. Treetop 7

    We are trying to escape once there is an available flight to the Pacific Island's until 19 September, then we will all come back refreshed.

    We will spend up over there to boost their economy.

  8. Sans Cle 8

    Backbenches-were-us.

  9. Peter t 9

    Bye bye Boogaloos

  10. mauī 10

    "National Party split: New Wiggles party to tour country spreading messages of how to deal with coronavirus"

  11. Doogs 11

    The natzi party pretending to be at the Pacific Forum.

    • Tiger Mountain 12.1

      Sicko stuff in the current context. The US does seem in almost a pre Civil War scenario with the Mayors of Portland and NY talking of taking action against the federal Govt re unrequested clampdowns on protest.

      Hawaiian shirts have often walked a fine line between relaxed summer wear and a fashion crime–older guys signalling “I am a wacky guy really…” In my younger days–late 70s– I bought beautiful non kitsch Hibiscus print shirts from a Samoan store in Albert St Auckland–Fare Paru? (excuse wrong spelling etc. a long time ago) and enjoyed them at the time. Would not touch a Hawaiian shirt with a 40 foot pole now.

  12. Adrian 13

    They all knew! The fingers are all pointing at Falloon.

  13. greywarshark 14

    It's a National Party video encouraging private school and university students to consider a politician's career as being fun, encouraging creativity, well-paid and not demanding of high qualifications.

  14. mac1 15

    "Aisles of National Insignificants"

  15. Shanreagh 16

    On National Party job advertisement for MPs on Seek.

    'This is how a typical day passes in the life of an National MP

    exercising our fingers and our tongues

    sitting really close to each other

    wearing silly shirts

    disrespecting the mana of parliamentary chamber '

  16. Incognito 17

    The cast of Sir Peter Jackson’s new movie Lord of the Cringe.

  17. National MP,s celebrate, all bar one having passed the Montreal Cognative Assessment test. He was so pre-occupied with his phone he failed the last five questions.

  18. PaddyOT 19

    Look guys, we do the flirt' finger guns' and the chicks do the shaka cos they ok with us !

  19. Draco T Bastard 20

  20. Stuart Munro 21

    Wingnut productions announces that it has acquired the rights to produce new Carry On films, and will feature minor local celebrities. Preliminary titles may include Carry On Gliding On, Carry On Covid 19, and Carry On Constitutional Monarchy.

  21. Incognito 22

    When the Leader is away, the minors come out to play.

  22. PaddyOT 23

    It's a pic of the graduates of Nats' professional development course on Digit(al) Communications.

    Falloon as the class's 'sauma cum laude' being celebrated with his dissertation on two digits.

    " See fellas, you just need these two fingers to text in search box, scroll, select pic, then send !"

  23. Byd0nz 24

    Fingers n pyjamas

  24. AB 25

    I'm less brainy than my shirt

  25. NZJester 26

    Can you guys point out who is the source of the National party caucus leak?

  26. mosa 27

    Eleven examples of the need for contraception.

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