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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 7:26 pm, December 13th, 2021 - 31 comments
Categories: caption contest, humour - Tags: , ,

Keep it seemly …

31 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Robert Guyton 1

    Eye, cap'n!

  2. Red Blooded One 2

    "If you look closely you can see the burglars driving from Mt Albert to South Auckland"

  3. Robert Guyton 3

    (Not a caption) I see a one-eyed Nat, but could someone please fill me in on what this photo shows?

    • Anne 3.1

      I think the male is Simeon Brown who from memory has been given the Transport portfolio by Luxon. What he’s doing standing in the middle of a highway who knows. Checking the speed limits? I also s'pose that is his wife alongside him. frown

    • GreenBus 3.2

      Looks like Taupo. North end of Lake Terrace standing on traffic island entry to car park.

      • Potters Park 3.2.1

        The statue of the Walking Boy is the giveaway, it's Potters Park in Mt Eden. Half-way down Dominion Road, Half-way down, Half-way down, Half-way down Dominion Road.

        • Gypsy 3.2.1.1

          Good spotting. I'm picking the photo is a nat stunt having a go at the lack of progress on the rail link that labour promised in 2017 would be finished in 2021?

  4. joe90 4

    And … Beetlebomb

  5. Bruce 5

    Still looking for that $11.7b hole. . .

  6. weka 6

    Where's Wally?

  7. SPC 7

    I cannot see anyone shorter than me. So OK I'll work with you to get another Asian woman in on the party list.

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  8. Jenny how to get there 8

    Taking social distancing to the next level.

  9. Jenny how to get there 9

    I think I can see people from here.

  10. Jenny how to get there 10

    Melissa Lee and Simeon Brown watch National's election chances disappearing over the horizon.

  11. Simeon: A policy, I think I can see a policy!

    Melissa: Where, where? Surely never?

    Simeon: I can I tell you, a policy!

  12. peter sim 12

    Would people vote for that?

  13. Pete 13

    "I can see clearly now Judith is gone

    I can see all obstacles in my way

    Gone are the dark clouds that had us blind

    It's gonna be a bright (bright)

    Bright (bright) sunshiny day

    It's gonna be a bright (bright)

    Bright (bright) sunshiny day

    Oh, yes I can make it now the pain is gone

    All of the bad feelings have disappeared

    Here is that rainbow we've been praying for

    It's gonna be a bright (bright)

    Bright (bright) sunshiny day."

    (With apologies to Jimmy Cliff)

  14. Blazer 14

    'here comes Judith now…

    hey,I can see a bald head on the…grassy knoll'

  15. Paul Campbell 15

    "Still looking for the next National PM"

  16. mac1 16

    Seeking roads of National significance by those who are not……

  17. Sabine 17

    not one of them in government. who cares.

  18. Blade 18

    Crikey, is that Jacinda climbing out the back window?

    I can't see through all those people lined up at the soup kitchen, Simeon.

  19. kejo 19

    "What can you see?' 'Transmission Gully'. "Have they finished it yet?'

  20. mikesh 20

    Omigosh, it's omicron.

  21. SPC 21

    It's Spiderman, he looks really short from this far away.

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