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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 4:40 pm, May 2nd, 2013 - 93 comments
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“MP’s ‘disgusting’ behaviour”
“Lawyer ‘unfairly tarnished’ by Gilmore”
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93 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Paul 1

    “Sorry seems to be the hardest word”

  2. King Kong 2

    Key shows his penis on camera

  3. The full horror of the Tweedle dee, Tweedle dum/ Cheshire cat mash-up is revealed.

  4. freedom 4

    & 2 Brut eh

  5. Tristan 5

    I’m with stupid ..

  6. Tristan 6

    I fucking told the caucus it was my turn to wear wide pin stripes

  7. r0b 7

    Legends in their own minds.

  8. Lanthanide 8

    Two important politicians.

  9. logie97 9

    “Aaron haven’t you learnt anything from me. You cannot have a brain fade when there were witnesses, dickhead!!!

  10. One Anonymous Knucklehead 10

    “I can’t work out which one of us is unfairly tarnished.”

  11. John Key’s secret love child …

  12. rod 12

    Which one is with stupid?

  13. RJL 13

    “A grinning buffoon and a smiling assassin”

  14. Anrky_al 14

    See John I’ve been practicing your “post telling a lie smile” for when I get to be PM

  15. McFlock 15

    Gilmore to Key: Don’t you know who I am?
    Key to Gilmore: I can’t quite remember whether I know who you are or not, I’ll have to check on that and get back to you, I mean I haven’t had time to read the document yet, something might or might not have been mentioned a few months ago, but I’m pretty relaxed that everything’s above board.

  16. Pascal's bookie 16

    An important politician, with a visitor from Hawke’s Bay.

  17. felix 17

    The job? You can fuckin have it mate.

  18. Pascal's bookie 18

    “We want cake and fine wine. We want the finest wines known to humanity; we want them here and we want them now.”

  19. Red Rosa 19

    Gets better all the time…

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/8621708/MPs-friend-claims-waiter-threatened-with-PM

    But where did I see ‘Lightweight MP poses with Aaron Gilmore’..now that beats all..;)

  20. rod 20

    Don’t you ever put your ‘left’ shoulder in front of me again Aaron.

  21. David H 21

    “Do you know who I am?? Errrr I forgot.

  22. pooze and weeze

  23. Paul 23

    “Now if you’d got pissed and insulted an banker..”

  24. Adrian 24

    Self-important, alcoholic born-to-rule arrogant National Party Christchurch fuckwit poses with…oh, hang on… um…..

  25. Tigger 25

    Photo shows that Gilmore has history of running with ‘questionable’ company.

  26. Richard Down South 26

    “If this picture doesn’t turn out well, I’ll get John to have you fired”

  27. emergency mike 27

    1. “You may be PM of New Zealand John, but I’m the master of the f*cken universe.”

    2. “So I order another bottle of the best wine they’ve got, whatever that is, and this dickhead waiter says I’m too drunk, starts talking about the law and sh*t. So I says… Oh you heard about this John? What do you mean it’s on the news?”

    3. “So are you going to fire this waiter for me or what John? Bro wtf. My cred’s on the line here homie. You know I’m your dawg.”

    4. “I tried blaming someone else, I tried blaming the booze, I tried calling it a ‘misunderstanding’, but I’m still getting slammed. What should I do?…’Not bovvered about it.’ Oh sh*t that’s good thanks John.”

    5. “So how far up the list does this move me John? Or should I have done a Gerry Brownlee and assaulted the guy?”

  28. NickS 28

    Sadly both had forgotten their matching “I’m with stupid” t-shirts.

  29. “Next up on Police 10-7, is Case #3. Two male pekeha are wanted in connection with thieving public state assets; public drunkeness; and habitual amnesia. They can be approached, but we wouldn’t recommend it. Remember, this is case #3 when you call 0800-d-i-c-k-h-e-a-d-s.”

  30. Jenny 30

    A remarkable likeness.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hare_and_Burke_drawing.jpg

    Only that, Key is to the left of Gilmire, and Gilmore is to the right of Key.

  31. David H 31

    Dumb and Dumber

  32. Te Reo Putake 32

    “You call that drunk, Aaron? Wait till you own a whole vinyard! Of course, I’ve had a blind drunk trust for years, as it happens. Never made the papers … coz I bought the journos off with vino from the vinyard I didn’t know I owned!”

    Ps, can I just say that Gilmore’s admission that his behaviour doesn’t meet John Key’s standards is the funniest thing about this whole affair? How low do you have to go to get that low?

    pps:

    “So Aaron, they tell me that we’ve got a lot in common”

    “Too right, John! We both love a styley suit and a shit eating grin, we both like a drop of the vino rouge and, um, we’ll both be unemployed next November.”

  33. Descendant Of Sssmith 33

    Zeus: “Sit near Dionysus, my twice born son, not quite in my image but fruit of my loins none the less. Sit near and tell me what the silhouetted shape is that forms between our heads.”
    Dionysus: “Zeus, my god and father, even in my drunken state it is clear that it is a priapis”
    Zeus: “That makes three in this photo doesn’t it, the gods have spoken.”

  34. Frank 34

    I’ll put my willy in your mouth if you’ll put yours in mine.

  35. Jenny 35

    Keep smiling. No body suspects a thing.

  36. Murray Olsen 36

    I used “dickhead” in the way John’s kids use it. I think it means gay, like a red shirt.

  37. vto 37

    dit dit dit …. in a surprise announcement the Prime Minister has today declared that he and one of his list MPs are engaged to be married….. dit

  38. BLP 38

    Heh! google search: gilmore + dickhead = 924,000 Results 0.27 Secsonds.

  39. Rednex 39

    Seriously Mate, take your hand off my cock.

  40. fender 40

    Image approved for new business card run to assist future identification.

    Threat of sacking backfires and ends his own gravy train.

    Wine wash exposes true National Party characteristics.

  41. Ratty 41

    I sincerely apologise about the group behavior over this photo

  42. Yorick 42

    Stupider .. and Stupid

  43. Tracey 43

    I have no recollection of putting you on the List

  44. Tracey 44

    Key: “I told you not to hang out with honest people”
    Gilmore: “whoda thought the lawyer would turn out to be honest?”

  45. Brian 45

    Who’s the dickhead now?

  46. chris gillott 46

    PM KEYAND PISSED LIST MP

  47. “All of them will take their cue from you. You show loyalty, they learn loyalty. You show them it’s about the work, it’ll be about the work. You show them some other kinda game, then that’s the game they’ll play.” – Lt. Daniels, the Wire.

  48. muzza 49

    Have we…got a deal..for you!

  49. Chrissy 50

    Love the suit Dad.Can I call Bronagh mum?

  50. Chrissy 51

    Hey old man,do you know who I am.
    No.
    Do you know who you are.
    No.

  51. Arfamo 52

    Aaron: See, the photo proves it. My head’s bigger than yours, John.

  52. Binders full of viper- women 53

    John “From now on you will have your own ‘Hey Clint’ every time you feel like going out and getting pissed & belittling the hired help”

  53. “..the working/peasant-class – can kiss our collective-arse..”

    phillip ure..

  54. rod 55

    A one banned man and a one man band.

  55. gilmore:..’is that your cellphone sticking into me..?’

    phillip ure..

  56. two blind men stare into the middle-distance..

    phillip ure

  57. dpalenski 58

    John will do anything for me

  58. georgecom 59

    “Don’t you know who I am?”

    “yes, you’re a moron, a noddy, a dick head, a tosser…”

  59. georgecom 60

    “You want to be in the photo as well John?”

    “Dickhead, don’t you know who I am!”

    “When I’m prime Minister I’m going to get you sacked”.

  60. peterlepaysan 61

    Pick the idiot!

  61. BrucetheMoose 62

    “No no no Aaron that’s being too obvious. You do the fake I’m really your average decent kiwi bloke smile like this”

  62. Treetop 63

    Gilmore: I am unable to be contacted at the moment due to having a make over, the suit is a start as it will blend in well when Parliament next sits, as I do not like all the attention lately.

  63. xtasy 64

    I had the biggest binge and blackout, mate, no I did have the biggest binge and blackout, PM!

    Competition of likeminded beer and wine lovers, I suppose, in stress to explain memory loss and worse case scenarios. Solidarity is ensured, like Nibelungen Faith, in this case!

  64. ‘unctuous ‘n oily..’

    ..or is it ‘oily ‘n unctuous’..?

    phillip ure..

  65. gilmore:..’old man – look at my life..

    ..i’m a lot like you were…’

    phillip ure

  66. Ruobeil 67

    I should have taken a page from the Labour book of cover-ups and said “i have no recollection” of the events and it’s “time to move on”.

    Priceless.

  67. key:..’we got a – get one – get another one free – with the suits..eh..?..’

    phillip ure..

  68. Follow-the-money 69

    Mini Me? Where are you? Could someone put a fricken bell on him or something?

  69. Bob 70

    Key promotes one of the future bright young leaders of National, Aaron Gilmore from Dancing with the stars…

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