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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 2:43 pm, April 15th, 2011 - 59 comments
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In the foreground John Key and Kate Wilkinson. Hat tip gobsmacked, and source here.

59 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. fermionic_interference 1

    This is how you run a country:
    This is how you deal with the likes of SCF:
    This is how you deal with Technology:
    etc, ad nauseum.
    Find some sand and bury your head as deep as you can.

  2. PeteG 2

    Girl at back shouted “Look out, Goff is coming!”

  3. Dans 3

    Just another cabinet meeting putting head in the sand. The little people just don’t understand.

  4. r0b 4

    Thanks to a National government you can kiss your arse goodbye.

  5. Carol 5

    They are taken seriously by the mad and laughed at by children – because Dracula has proved, a little surprisingly, to be a great comedian.

  6. M 6

    Keyster prepares for economic tsumani and gets ready by kissing the dirt.

  7. r0b 7

    Post 2011 election ex Nat MPs find useful employment as footstools.

  8. M 8

    After ruining New Zealand Key makes the best of his new career as a dust mite inspector.

  9. M 9

    Showing he’s all mouth and no trousers Key hits the deck when his favourite milf strolls by.

  10. M 10

    “Please God, if I promise to resign just let my rug stay on ’til I can get to my limo”.

    • Tigger 10.1

      In that vein…
      As time wore on Key was forced to become increasingly creative to stop his toupee from being exposed, even going so far as to fake an emergency drill when a classroom he was visiting featured particularly strong air conditioning.

  11. Nit checks: part of the visitor experience in all new Tolley-schools.

  12. Alpacaman 12

    All bow down to Brownlee!

  13. Akldnut 13

    This is what they do when even the little kids think they’re a joke, same as when anyone questions their polocies.

  14. todd 14

    If only I could kiss my arse goodbye.

    Argh! Did somebody say close the gap with Australia?

    If I stay like this nobody can see me, hopefully they will stop asking questions.

    Nationals new policy direction.

    I always thought my shit didn’t stink.

    This is how you check for nits children, they’re very nutritious.

    John Key: I really hope Petrobras uses some lube.

  15. higherstandard 15

    Thought it was an earthquake drill……as for a caption how about,

    Watch out Gerry’s been to Bellamys for lunch and had the guinness and bratwurst.

  16. ianmac 16

    Assume positions for the Business Round Table members’ visit.

  17. Barry 17

    “Duck and Cover”

  18. todd 18

    National plan to bring back corporal punishment and show some students how to assume the position for punishment.

  19. Akldnut 19

    Nats reparing for the basklash of unhappy punters.

  20. chris73 20

    Rainbow wing successfully infiltrates National party

  21. Treetop 21

    Warm up exercise to massage the brain as has been so sluggish lately regarding SCF meltdown details.

  22. SloeDaddy 22

    “The privatization of our assets starts here.”

  23. Irascible 23

    Key offers another conversion photo-op as he casts around looking for electoral support… “from Judaism to High Anglican and now Islam how broad churched can I be?” Key asked his PR team at a meeting on the 9th floor today.
    All media comments remarking on his political cynicism were immediately blocked by compliant Editors of Mediaworks.

  24. todd 24

    The zip to remove this horrible human costume from our reptilian bodies is here.

    Oops! Insult to reptiles.

  25. bob 25

    Yoga postures for politicians. With perseverance, you will eventually be able to kiss your own behind.

  26. Even with their hands over their ears, Key and his Mincers could hear the children taunt,
    “Do the cat-walk, do the cat-walk!”

  27. JK leads the faithful as National make good progress on disappearing up their own jaksies

  28. Akldnut 28

    1.Key and tolley praying to the god of money.

    2. Hear no evil, Hear no evil, Hear no evil.

    3. Friday prayers.

    4. This is what you do when the economy collapses

    • Treetop 28.1

      When the economy collapses you go into the up right fetal position.  Practising for the mid May budget announcements.

  29. toad 29

    And when you grow up, boys and girls, you can join Kate and me in the jihad against the poor.

  30. yes, thank you prime minister – now would anyone else like to show what they do at work?

  31. Pascal's bookie 31

    Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn

    Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn

    Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn

    Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn

    Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn

    Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn

  32. todd 32

    This is how you bow to the almighty dollar kiddies.

  33. ak 33

    WILKINSON CLEAR WINNER IN GNATS TESTOSTERONE SEARCH:  detachable head “unfair advantage” claims PM


    A careful study of the central figure in this private co-ed mental-age class reveals a small shiny object in the pocket of the rich known as a key


  34. todd 34

    Newsflash: Key failed primary and is recalled for due punishment and ridicule.

  35. logie97 35

    The Prime Minister models the scene in Ministerial Services when he fields questions during Question time in Parliament over the purchase of the BMWs…

  36. todd 36

    1st from Kiwibog:
    Kate Wilkinson shows off her brain removal scar.

  37. Zorr 37

    “If nobody else will suck it for me I guess I’m going to have to do it myself…. damn! Can’t reach!”

  38. todd 38

    Now I know I used to have a backbone somewhere around here.

  39. kerry 39

    I’m just waiting for the Trevor Loudon blog post using this image as proof of the Nat/Islam/Marxist plot to overthrow America.

  40. John Key demonstrates how employees must now show their respect for employers after changes to Employment Relations Act.

  41. Georgecom 41

    “…and this is how Bill English would be positioned prior to his beheading for his mismanagement of SCF, if I was a Prime Minister who actually bothered to make his Minister accountable…”

  42. Deadly_NZ 42

    No No No. You have to show the filthy bene’s how to bow lower.

  43. Pascal's bookie 43

    “This is the way we hide from Hide,
    hide from Hide, hide from Hide,
    this is the way we hide from Hide 

    Ev-er-y day in the Bee-hive.”

  44. freedom 44

    Small child killed when Brownlee’s leapfrog game goes horribly wrong

  45. ianmac 45

    “John. John. Come to my bosom. I am ready to give you your reward for choosing me, me, me instead of those other dopey clods!”

  46. Aaron Newbie 46

    “Ok Labour poll readers, who wants a drink?”

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