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Caption Contest

Written By: - Date published: 10:57 am, September 7th, 2012 - 93 comments
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93 comments on “Caption Contest ”

  1. Dr Terry 1

    Strange, but all I can smell is a rat!

  2. ‘This is on behalf of 80% of nz’ers’

  3. vto 3

    .
    caption contest

  4. mac1 4

    Dog eat dog?

  5. yorro 6

    even a dog understands Trickle-down theory

  6. Mikesh 7

    Is it an omen, or just another leak?

  7. tc 8

    fill her up mate, thanks terry I was running low on piss but there’s no end of shit to still come out.

  8. tracey 10

    I dont respect him much but he is our pm. I think this one makes us all look bad by captioning.

    • Mary 10.1

      Yeah, me too. So much so I wouldn’t even let my dog piss on him.

    • Dr Terry 10.2

      And you think he looks good? How many New Zealanders are victim to Keys captions?

    • Mary 10.3

      If we all thought like Pete George nobody would be able to say anything.

    • Anne 10.4

      I don’t respect him at all, but I agree with you. Bit below the belt. 😛 Sorry, couldn’t resist.

    • North 10.5

      Oh go on Tracey…….clutch your bloody pearls.

      Does Key respect the hundreds and hundreds of thousands of NZ kids in poverty, while allowing, probably urging, Benefit to put it to the white middle class not to worry about them.

      While you’re “respecting” I prefer HoneSpeak.

    • felix 10.6

      tracey with all due respect, perhaps if Key actually behaved like he was our pm then dogs wouldn’t piss on him and people wouldn’t take photos of it.

    • mike e 10.7

      A dogs breakfast you mean tracey

  9. McFlock 11

    Key takes government policy on the chin.

  10. billbrowne 12

    Spot the dog

  11. lprent 13

    John gets ready for Movember.
    Whaleoil expected to use bull as response.

  12. georgecom 14

    Key swallows another stream of bad news for his Government.

  13. like attracts like

  14. tc 16

    It just started out as a pimple on Spot’s inside hid leg…

  15. xtasy 17

    Yummy, yummy, yum, yum

    I was so thirsty all day. I love good “p**s”, hence I am in such a cheerful mood so often.

    JK the placard man

  16. Jenny 18

    Privatise this

  17. burt 19

    Annunciation consultant tries radical new approach to get Key to focus on the shape of his mouth while making vowel sounds.

  18. David H 20

    Ahh a good Chablis

  19. burt 21

    Lucky it wasn’t the Mayor.

  20. Balu 22

    I thought blowing the dog whistle was Paula’s job.

  21. Tazirev 23

    I’m a Turkey, gobble, gobble, gobble

  22. Old Tony 24

    The Left demonstrates once again the values that keep it in Opposition.

  23. georgecom 25

    Voters deliver verdict on economic competence of Key Government

  24. georgecom 26

    Keys ‘Brighter Future” turns out to be golden shower.

  25. Tim 27

    No Paula! I said Golden Shears, Not golden showers

  26. redfred 28

    Key confuses Korean tradition of “eating dog”

  27. AC 29

    “If it looks like shit, tastes like shit, feels like shit and smells like shit, it could well be shit” Very similar to the National Party John.

  28. Jenny 30

    With Movember approaching, an artists rendition of what the PM would look like with a ‘tache.

  29. Richard Christie 31

    dog thinks….every one wants to take the same photo

  30. Not at all funny, nor would it be if it were Shearer.

  31. peterlepaysan 33

    This dog lacks taste.

  32. AS 34

    Guaranteed votes from the wealthy, burnt too many bridges with the average NZer so trying to catch the homeless vote by appealing to the senses.

  33. Ac 35

    Dog has low standards

  34. AL 36

    Key experiences liquefaction

  35. ak 37

    Dyslexic atheist feels wrath of dog

  36. Cousin Marvin 38

    Dog-whistle politics backfire on Key

  37. R 39

    Dunne performs trick for new master, awaits biscuit.
    Seriously, that dog looks pathetic.

  38. ak 40

    Dog eats man’s best friend

  39. xtasy 41

    How bloody sick! Wilson is condemned from Whanganui, what about this guy????

  40. Tim G. 42

    Dog seizes control of small island nation; former Prime Minister “relaxed”.

  41. fustercluck 43

    Waste of perfectly good dog piss

  42. fustercluck 44

    Suck on this!

  43. AS 45

    “I see now. The average Nz household lives off meatballs and sausages. What’s wrong with that? Tastes fine”

  44. AS 46

    Pin the sausage to the wonky donkey.

  45. Ac 47

    Key doesn’t agree in fart tax even when pressured.

  46. At 48

    Key leads by example teaching the poor there is such a thing as a FREE facial.

  47. Katy 49

    First vote casted after Country goes to the dogs.

  48. Ax 50

    PM stands for Please Me. Intelligent Dog.

  49. lilli2000 51

    Hey Rover, you’ll need something stronger than that to wash the bullshit out!

  50. irascible 52

    Dog demonstrates the art of trenchant political journalism to assembled journalists gathered to interview John KeY.

  51. chris73 53

    Dog achieves what combined Labour caucus cannot.

  52. Mikesh 54

    Dead rats I can swallow, but leaks are another matter altogether.

  53. her 55

    Squeeze my balls, oh yeah, oh yeah.

  54. BernyD 56

    John Keys retirement Idea …

    “It’s a Water Purifier” in the shape of my head, you pour the crap in my mouth and the cleanest, purest water you ever tasted comes out this little hose at the bottom …”

    “Here look I’ve had this “Artists Impression” made up …”

  55. Mark 57

    You’re inviting captions for a photoshopped image? Weak.

  56. Treetop 58

    I’ll wipe that smug look off your face.

  57. Jenny 59

    Tastes like chicken

  58. Dimit 60

    Finaly, A Brighter future with John Key is now Pissable

  59. Ac 61

    This is what some of our streams and rivers taste like.

  60. Dragnet 62

    Peeonakee (an Apache tribe caption)

  61. Andrew Mahon 63

    Spoil the ballot.

  62. Marjorie Dawe 64

    Clever dog.

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