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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 6:19 pm, February 12th, 2012 - 67 comments
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  1. Tigger 1

    Sorry girls, no equal rights for you. How about a party instead, that’s what you poofs, I mean queers, I mean faggots, I mean gays like isn’t it, parties?

  2. ianmac 2

    No girls. I am not pregnant. Only girls get pregnant see?

  3. This guy is Prime Minister of New Zealand?  But he is so short …

  4. Carol 4

    Does this shirt make me look fat?

    Never mind the shirt, I’ve got just the hair-piece that would solve all your comb-over issues.

  5. hellonearthis 5

    Pst John, they are cross-dressing drag queens and not the typical gay male. But that typical of National to push a misleading stereotype.

  6. “So, whose turn is it next, to rub my magic paunch?”

  7. Anne 7

    The thorn amongst the roses.

  8. burt 8

    John Key talks to labour party hopefuls.

    • Zetetic 8.1

      ahhh, homophobia from Burt, it must be a day ending in Y

    • Um Burt the Labour Party would be proud to have them as members.  After all they are human and community minded and want to make the world a better place.  Unlike the tosser in blue …

      • George D 8.2.1

        Well said Micky!

        • The Gormless Fool formerly known as Oleolebiscuitbarrell 8.2.1.1

          the Labour Party would be proud to have them as members

          But, like many people who formerly voted for the Labour Party, they now seem rather taken with Mr Key.

          • Lanthanide 8.2.1.1.1

            Drag queens generally like to put on a nice show for anyone and bitch about them later behind their backs.

            • The Gormless Fool formerly known as Oleolebiscuitbarrell 8.2.1.1.1.1

              Yeah. And all maoris smell, right, Lanth?

  9. Blue 9

    “Its always nice to catch up on Helens old cabinet ministers”

    • Zetetic 9.1

      It’s actually a point of pride for New Zealand that the first transsexual to ever win an electorate and a seat in a parliament anywhere in the world was a member of the 5th Labour government.

      But I guess you’re just scared of people who are different from you. How does it make you feel to see Key chumming it up people whom you abhor?

      • muzza 9.1.1

        Off topic, but on with your response..

        I’m not sure using GB , as and example of “a source of pride” given the stink that surrounded her and still does is sound!

    • RedBlooded 9.2

      Yeah and didn’t Georgina beat that arse Paul Henry to get into Parliament. He’d would be your idea of a real man’s man eh Blue.

  10. Eduardo Kawak 10

    “Party at my place girls.”

  11. Kotahi Tane Huna 11

    “I think this check shirt makes me look stylish because my advisers said it would. Now check this dentistry!”
    “Cut…cut! – Listen John this is this last time, you’re supposed to say “Check my vasectomy!” – [sotto voce] can somebody tell me why I have to work with this estupido!”

  12. Tazirev 12

    I’m not sure how we all ended up in the same place at the same time but I’m sure I can find an elegant excuse

  13. key:

    “..who’se goosing me..?..’

    [email look alike deleted].

  14. key:..

    “..stop that..!..here comes bronny..!”..

    phl@whoar.

  15. key:..

    “..Those green pants go so well with that pink shirt and the plaid jacket…”

    [email look alike deleted].

  16. key:..

    “..I think we’re on the same wavelength…”

    [email look alike deleted].

  17. key:..

    “..the designated hitter rule has to go..”

    [email look alike deleted].

  18. key:..

    “..i can’t believe I ate the whole thing..”

    [email look alike deleted].

  19. key:..

    “..i forgot to polish the clocks!..”

    [email look alike deleted].

  20. key..

    “..i hope we’ll still be friends…”

    [email look alike deleted]..

  21. key”..

    “..always wear underwear..”

    [email look alike deleted].

  22. Jackal 22

    What a lovely rendition. Now lets all sing my national anthem… the Star-Spangled Banker.

  23. Scott Chris 23

    .
    John Key misses the joke:

    “No, my wife is a Gemini, but she does use Libra.”

  24. Jackal 24

    What a lovely wig… do you like mine?

  25. foreign waka 25

    Are they laughing at me or about me?

  26. M 26

    John Key studiously thinks one down so as to not cream himself at the thought of what this will do to his cachet within this voter bloc.

  27. M 27

    “Hi girls, I’m a newly qualified corsetiere for Bendon – how may I help you?”

  28. Jackal 28

    The comments on the bogs copycat post suck!

  29. Hami Shearlie 29

    “Nice necklaces girls – of course I’ve got a real one made by Cartier of Te Atatu at home, Chris Cartier!!”

    “NOOOOO!!!That’s Chris CARTER, John!”

    “Soooooo, does that mean it won’t be real diamonds then?”

  30. mikesh 30

    Wow. If only Banksie could see me now.

  31. ropata 31

    “i rully like big strong women they have good strong thighs and childbearing hips to breed exsillint rubber players”

  32. Eduardo Kawak 32

    “well yes, I love spit roast…(laughter). What’s so funny?”

  33. AnnaLiviaPlurabella 33

    Just another false (and useless) tit.

  34. Jimmie 34

    Snow Whites? Don’t you mean Steve Whites? lol

  35. Roy 35

    Nine phony boobs in a row.

  36. blue leopard 36

    jusht like my dresh at home!

  37. happynz 37

    Key isn’t very tall, is he?

  38. Irascible 38

    Those aren’t real are they, darlings? I like to keep a breast of constructs that reflect my policies and belief system.

  39. chris73 39

    John Key gets up close and personal with the newest intake of Labour MPs

    • Blighty 39.1

      what? homophobia from a rightwinger? Well knock me down with a feather.

      • chris73 39.1.1

        You lefties are so quick to judge arn’t you (feeling a little guilty perhaps…), where did I suggest being gays a bad thing (for that matter they may not actually be gay so you shouldn’t be assuming) all I suggested is that they’re part of Labours intake

  40. rod 40

    We could be your new bodyguards, seeing you are our Prime Mincer.

  41. Jason 41

    One of these individuals is all about misrepresentation and attempting to deceive the eye of the beholder with the superficial and cosmetic. The others are 4 guys in drag.

  42. Roy 42

    Five men wearing hairpieces.

  43. Jack 43

    Nz’s putting their ASS-ETS in John Keys hands.

  44. Treetop 44

    They’re the real thing, not like the pretentious runt.

  45. Craig 45

    “Mr Key, when are you going to legislate for adoption reform, same-sex marriage and an end to discrimination against the transgender community?”

    (Key says nothing, grins inanely and waves.)

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