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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 4:00 pm, December 7th, 2009 - 26 comments
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26 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. taranaki 1

    Well I don’t know about you, but my worm just turned.

  2. bobo 2

    Santa says “Stop F**^in waving and keep a F***** eye on the road Elf !, back to Santas F***** minimum wage sweatshop for you !”

  3. Cal 3

    “See guys, I can work with anyone! Labour, National, Santa…”

  4. DeeDub 4

    “They told me John would be Santa!?! Bastards!”

  5. snoozer 5

    ‘Always the elf, never the Santa’

  6. gitmo 6

    “The standard was so bereft of ideas it had to steal posts from its arch nemesis”

    • lprent 6.1

      Ummm this post has been in the queue since quite early this morning. Great minds think alike? Eddie and presumably DPF (Hah..)

      The elf looks bad in Green.

  7. Rob Davies 7

    Successive Santas agree: little Petey is the bestist elf ever.

  8. “Timmy Ellis, how are you …”

  9. See see the people like me, Mum said I would do great things with my life John and what more could I do for the Nation than sit at Santa’s feet.

    Now if I can only get a nighthood before Labour get back in my life as every bodies little helper will be all Worth it.

    Did I say Worth ? Oh Bum!

  10. anonymouse 10

    When Charle’s offered me his tights for this gig I didn’t realise they would be quite so small!

  11. Ron 11

    Helloo! Yes! I’m dressed as one of Our Lord’s Disciples to show the true meaning of Xmas! ! Fantastic isn’t it?! God Bless You!

  12. Kevin Bloody Wilson 12

    Hey Santa claus you cunt! Where’s me fucking bike?
    I’ve unwrapped all this other junk and there’s nothing that I like.
    I wrote you a fucking letter and I come to see you twice, Ya worn out geriatric bastard, you forgot me fucking bike.
    If I wanted a pair of bloody thongs, I’d have bloody asked and this cowboy suit and ping pong set you can shove right up your arse!
    You’ve stuffed me bloody order up, It’s enough to make you spew and I’m not the only one who’s snakey Me sister’s dirty too!

  13. prism 13

    Hey these Earth people are weirder than I was told. I’ll just do that smiley hand-waving thing and they’ll never know I’m from Mars.

  14. greenfly 14



  15. deemac 15

    truly, one of the saddest things I’ve seen all year …

  16. Rex Widerstrom 16

    “You’d think by now people would realise I have nothing in my sack. That’s why I can bend so low without suffering a hernia”.

  17. outofbed 17

    Dunne, Green on the outside Red in the middle

  18. Irascible 18

    I’ll kill that Crosby guy John boy recommended to me… he said that this gig would get me both green & red votes to keep the blues in power…. but I didn’t think too deeply… as John boy has kept smiling & waving in his vacancy ..

  19. BLiP 19

    Dyslexic Devil Worshipper Signs Contract With Santa.

  20. Ianmac from Abu Dhabi 20

    “Some say that I copy David Brent.. I’m not am I?”

  21. Chris 21

    From RiechFuhrerMinister to an elf. What a fall.

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