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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 7:24 am, October 14th, 2011 - 51 comments
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51 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Scotty 1

    Not the face, Not the face

  2. AndrewK 2

    These are not the ‘droids you’re looking for.

  3. HardlyAnonymous 3

    Some clowns have tiny bikes, I have a tiny microphone.

  4. just saying 4

    Talk to the hand.

    (Cos I don’t give a shit.

  5. The Voice of Reason 5

    Monorail! Monorail!

  6. Scotty 6

    Whos that?

    Thank fuck, its just you Garner

    .”I was just checking my Blind Trust”

  7. Scotty 7

    Follow me everyone
    I found this Black hole.

  8. One Anonymous Bloke 8

    “I am not a crook.”

  9. Scotty 9

    Hey dont shoot the messenger.

    Crosby Textor’s who you want.

  10. Deuto 10

    Ackshully, as I can’t speak English prply, will try Sign Language. Worked for Bob Parker!

    PS – no disrespect of NZSL or its users meant: though it was great to see NZ’s third language being used/recognised publicly in the Christchurch disaster press conferences etc.

  11. Scotty 11

    Key on Papamoa beach
    Five days too late.

  12. ianmac 12

    Look into my eyes. You are in my power. You love me. You love me. No matter what I say or do. You love me. You love me.

  13. pull my finger, any finger…

  14. Steve 14

    Anyone got a magic wand? Anyone? Put it right here…

  15. joe90 15

    I mean, money isn’t everything. Think of clouds and daisies, and the lovely smiles on little babies’ faces.

  16. And hooptiously drangle me with crinkly bindlewurdles, Or I will rend thee in the gobberwarts with my blurglecruncheon, see if I don’t!”

  17. Richard Down South 17

    “Anyone got a working magic wand?”

  18. ak 18

    See folks? Nothing in this hand….nothing up the sleeve….nothing between the ear – BEHIND! – behind the ears! (oh god, help me mum – I MEAN GUYON! …help me Steve, make it end…)

  19. Fair and Balanced? 19

    “…and …POOF… The money is gone!”

    • Steve 19.1

      “…and POOF, I jet off to my mansion in Hawaii and whoever’s left deals with this mess. So that’s the brighter future plan, any questions?”

  20. Put that shoe down!
    No it’s not a lie if a lot of people believe it
    The Prime Minister demonstrates how the credit downgrade was just a trick of the light
    After facing opposition, PM tries to fade into the background
    PM realises his hallo has fallen and it’s not showing him in a good light
    PM explains to Shane Warne the move he put on Liz Hurley
    Key, wanting to get back at Annette King for the scumbag remark, practices the “woman and stairs” move his friend Tony Veitch taught him

  21. r0b 21

    Now watch as I make the rest of the economy vanish… 

  22. sally 22

    “I have a vision – a grand vision – of my face. On billboards. Everywhere.”

  23. Cin77 23

    “I did not have sexual relations with that woman”

  24. Deadly_NZ 24

    Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs. Abracadabra 170,000 jobs.

  25. so you hold the little oil-caked bird like this and then using this cotton wool bud you begin to gently wipe the feathers…

  26. Andy-Roo 26

    What are you doing with that crucifix…

  27. felix 27

    “Nothing can stop.. THE CLAW!!!”

  28. Ianupnorth 28

    This PM will self destruct before November 26th

  29. McFlock 29

    Ying Skywalkah, unly now, it the und, do ya realise tha drew poweh of tha Dick Side… Gut ruddy for my sparkly lightning fungutups… any sukund now…

  30. Mac1 30

    The only thing straight with this man is his tie!

  31. flatscreenface 31

    …and when they finally got home and got out of the car…there was a bloody hook hanging from the door handle…ripped from the arm of the psycho stockbroker…

  32. fender 32

    Yeah look I know Im wearing Winstons pinstripe jacket but like Ive said… I wont work with NZ First…Ive just borrowed it cos after visiting Tauranga all my clothes are ruined.

  33. Treetop 33

    Possum caught in the headlights.

    He suddenly remembered he was the PM and it was all a bit much for him.

  34. fender 34

    – As you can tell from the lighting I’m determined to return NZ into the Dark Ages.
    – Yes I know its dark but I’ve had a fallout with the mates I sold the power companies to and they cut supply despite the fact its unaffordable anyway.
    – Its not Dark Yet…but its getting there. (B. Dylan)
    – Despite “enjoying a large lead in the polls” I’m practising in case I lose for a new role as head of Destiny Church.

  35. rod 35

    The Brighter Future looks a bit dark from where I’m standing Johnny Boy.

  36. happynz 36

    Why yes, I am a short-fingered vulgarian.

  37. “Sure it looks like I’m trying to do one of those scary torch faces, but is the lighting catching my All Black’s Silver Fern?”

  38. peterlepaysan 38

    Trust me trust me trust me trust me……………..i am honest John
    (repeat above ad infinitum)

  39. Jenny 39

    Disturbingly lifelike Hollowman skin suit found hanging inside an abandoned Christchurch warehouse.

  40. Maynard J 40

    “Look into my eyes, look into my eyes, not around my eyes, look into my eyes…you now think that you’re better off under National. You think that you have a job. You will tell everyone it’s thanks to me.”

  41. fender 41

    – Police release photo of man wanted for State Owned Asset robbery.
    – PM proves to David Copperfield you can make State Owned Assets disappear.
    -” Dont worry about the lights going out NZ… I’ve got container loads of candles coming on the Rena”

  42. fender 42

    No no it’s not a solar eclipse… its just Paula or Gerry moving behind me.

  43. locus 43

    now the peasants have voted me back in for another 3 years there’ll be no more backchat from you f**rs in the media

  44. M 44

    “Observe me, my dears, how I have ruined the economy and our credit rating with just one clammy hand.”

  45. M 45

    “Steady on, Bronagh, there’s no need for a crossbow – I didn’t really mean you were a hobbit. I did it to further my career and our trips to Hawai’i.”

  46. Rosalind 46

    Yes, electricity will be more expensive, but see, dark really isn’t that bad…

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