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Caption Contest

Written By: - Date published: 1:36 pm, January 28th, 2011 - 40 comments
Categories: caption contest, john key - Tags: , ,

40 comments on “Caption Contest ”

  1. ianmac 1

    “Spray my lies and walk away. Tomorrow you will forget and I will smile and smile as I too walk away, walk away, walk awa……”

  2. Vario 2

    I’m in Government 30 seconds and with new Corporate Brand State Asset Remover, I just spray and me and my corporate buddies just Walk Away with what’s left of our public assets.

  3. Draco T Bastard 3

    New, Shonkey Economy in a bottle. Just add state sales and watch as your economy goes from go to woah in 30 seconds flat.

    (just concentrate on the Smile and Wave and you’ll never know what hit you).

  4. Anne 4

    It works. Tried it on the Maori Party and they’re disappearing one by one!

    Btw, where’s his neck gone?

  5. joe90 5

    But I’m wearing the juice!.

  6. big bruv 6

    Spray on Goff and Labour and walk away……..

    30 seconds is all it takes to destroy the argument of a socialist.

  7. Dan 7

    Looking at the portraits of Key and Bachmann on Standard home page, I perceive quite a simularity. Are they related? Key seems a keen starter for tea parties.

  8. Vivienne Shepherd 8

    Smirk and Walk Away

  9. Sookie 9

    “I did a bulk-buy of snake oil at The Warehouse to save hard working, Mum and Dad ‘patronising stereotype’ taxpayers money. Vote for me, dumbarse peasants!”

  10. big bruv 10

    One spray and I did away with Clark and Cullen.

  11. ianmac 11

    I agree that bb should be ignored.

    • Sookie 11.1

      I assume Auntie Helen must have jilted him at the altar or run over his cat or something, as he’s alarmingly obsessed with the subject.

  12. kriswgtn 12

    If I dont get re-elected

    Watch me glide off into the sunset with all the millions $$$ I have made so far since I have been your King

  13. Olwyn 13

    Look at me. I just prey (on the gullible) and walk away!

  14. This stuffs the shit…just like me !!! it does to mould what i’m doing to the country.

  15. Tel 15

    Receding hair line finally explained

  16. trademark 16

    Newspaper headline:
    “Key Stimulates Economy and Reduces Deficit by Posing for 30 Seconds Ad”

    3 Days later…
    “Key’s Blind Trust Found to Have Shares in 30 Seconds’ Company”

  17. Tel 17

    Advertising coup announcement: John Key’s massive forehead has been rented as a billboard space for 30 Seconds One Step Spray & Walk Away.

  18. Jacqui 18

    Sell the country to the highest bidder, smile, wave and walk away.

  19. Sean 19

    Just sell and walk away.

  20. bobo 20

    “Gone in 30 seconds” New Zealand action film directed by Peter Jackson , starring John Key, who plays a Prime minister of a small obscure island nation who plans an elaborate heist to steal billions in stock options, filled with poor cgi and car chase scenes through the streets of wellington , Bill English is Key’s getaway driver who when pulled over by police for driving a tractor up the steps of parliament blames Labours mis-management of the economy .. a sequel was made “Gone by Lunchtime” but went straight to dvd…

  21. Craig Glen Eden 21

    I can sell anything and everything, just watch me while I smile and wave.

  22. logie97 22

    “RISH ISH NOT A 4!


  23. ak 23

    TOUPE OR WALK AWAY farcical antipodean Shamlet falls on asset sales sword

  24. Afewknowthetruth 24

    “The snake oil that dripped off me filled this can in just 30 seconds!”

  25. Jenny 25

    Jim Jones told me, I could get you all to drink this.

  26. George.com 26

    “I promise an unrelenting focus on jobs and look, I walk away”
    “I promise not to raise GST and look, I still walk away”

  27. M 27

    “If we don’t win the election, I’ll drink this. I will, I swear I will!”

  28. M 28

    John Key shows the cure for politicians who mimic his use of the thumb chair.

  29. M 29

    “I have just the best news for those on benefits who can’t afford to eat properly – drink this and all your problems will be over.”

  30. Bob 30

    Who said ” Gone by lunch time “?
    What they really meant was 30 seconds .

  31. Tel 31

    What’s your poison? (or when binge drinking goes bad)

  32. Rharn 32

    Hey Sarah, ‘wotcha’ think of my new hand gun? Cunningly made to look like a hand and just the thing to bump off ya rivals.

  33. Irascible 33

    “And what am I bid for the final state asset…. there must be a bid… do I hear $500.00? $300.00? $30.00?…Anyone? Does no one trust me anymore?”

  34. Gina 34

    Shark Attack Propaganda Potion for Prime Ministers who aspire to oppress their people and
    seek to decieve their subjects with a false but seemingly genuine manner. A love potion used by Robber Barron bankers for centuries.
    I have an antidote I spray on Phill Goff which has the opposite effect. Of course only the elite can afford this shit.

  35. johnm 35

    I am the ” Privatize I Must Privatize” man! Your precious assets will be sold off!

  36. kriswgtn 36

    My friend the wind

    No matter what I do, my principles only stay for 30 seconds

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