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Hipkins Shave for a Cure

hipkins shearer shave

46 comments on “Caption contest”

  1. The first of Shearer’s cut backs.

    or

    It’ll make your head look like my balls.

  2. fenderviper 2

    Shearer is a shearer.

    Now I’m off to get the swastika tattooed on my skinhead.

    Shearer wants me to look more like him, and I want him to adopt me so I can call him daddy.

    Stupid guy doesn’t realise it’s only fools gold(en) locks.

  3. risildo 3

    Baldhead

  4. Colonial Viper 4

    Parliamentary cleaner on $13.75/hr to clean up the mess after these $60/hr guys finish larking about.

  5. geoff 5

    Subtext: We’re morally righteous good causes but we’re also happy go lucky lads, you know, like JK.

    Subsubtext: We’re just like you regular morons out there in voterspace.

    Subsubsubtext: Please vote for us!

    Meanwhile….Rome burns.

  6. geoff 6

    Subtext: We’re all for morally righteous good causes but we’re also happy go lucky lads, you know, like JK.

    Subsubtext: We’re just like you regular morons out there in voterspace.

    Subsubsubtext: Please vote for us!

    Meanwhile….Rome burns.

  7. QoT 7

    Vote Labour in 2014, so us well-off white dudes can keep having a lark.

  8. fenderviper 8

    Cheap as chips.

  9. Wairua 9

    You call that a close shave ?

    Let me get my razor ..

  10. The first cut was Cunliffe, the second was those pollies who object to my leadership,
    the third will be to cut blogs,opinions and those damn polls, chippie has been a rock in
    my quest for control,he told me what pollies didn’t vote for me,so i rewarded him
    with a haircut,he loves it.
    What’s that you say, what about the people, who gives a s–t about them,it’s all
    about me.

  11. rolling in clover 11

    Haw Haw Haw we’re fucking your party.

  12. scotty 12

    Stunned by Paratas’ lunacy, Shearer decides to fight fire with fire, and announces
    Billy Bibbit as Labours’ Education shadow minister.

  13. Jenny 13

    After many failures. In a world first, Dr Shearer preps a volunteer for an experiment in inserting a microchip into the human brain that can convince an average human being of the benefits of privatising the military.

  14. mikesh 14

    I was going to ask Cunliffe to do it … … until I watched a DVD of Sweeney Todd.

  15. Bill 15

    Psst – guys, we said we wanted the bankers to take a haircut…

  16. Socialist Paddy 16

    Richardpate …

  17. Olwyn 17

    Sorry mate but that hair is just too red…

  18. fenderviper 18

    After being expelled from the party, Mumblefuck opens his own hair salon named Mumblecut, his first customer is the former golden boy wonder who is preparing himself for boot camp.

  19. Mary 19

    We’re a couple of fuckwits.

  20. ‘I shall bare an ugly soul for you.’

    Let’s emphasise the foul mouth, promote the whip least fit for office, but you bunny your reshuffle leads to your eventual demise…..Grant is salivating…..

  21. Arfamo 21

    Dave: See? Cuts only mean it takes longer to get growth.

  22. Rogue Trooper 22

    Peter Garotte

  23. Hami Shearlie 23

    Boring as a dead fish and Chippies!!!

  24. “Just a little prick….!”

  25. Elizabeth Bourchier Real Labour 25

    Gang initiation!
    Each thug wants to look harder than the next.

    Not meant to be humorous.
    That is an emotion I do not feel when these two prats are in my view.

  26. Anne 26

    He told me he wanted to look like Rodney Hide.

  27. David H 27

    No no no, it should be cut em off at the Ankles

  28. prism 28

    Does Shearer take everything literally?

  29. Murray Olsen 29

    We’re giving each other Brazilians later.

  30. Rodel 30

    Free Tibet!

  31. Roflcopter 31

    Proof that with Chippie, there’s nothing up top.

  32. Jane 32

    Trev was right you will do anything he says.

  33. Mary 33

    Yeah, we know there’s no charity we’re doing this for but people won’t know that – they’ll just think there must be one because why else would we be doing this?

  34. tc 34

    Baaaaaaaa, what’s next trev n phil ?

  35. Arfamo 35

    So, Chris, why do you think it is that whenever I finish telling people what Labour now stands for they ask me what question I’m replying to?

  36. the sprout 36

    Looks like Chris Carter

  37. adam 37

    AVE Cato reborn

  38. I do This to make my ears look smaller

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