Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 12:00 pm, August 16th, 2015 - 78 comments
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Judith Collins Paul Henry

Keep it seemly …

78 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Paul 1

    Media bias.

    A picture tells a thousand words.

  2. Ad 2

    Richie’s blood keeps our skin so youthful.

  3. natalie 3

    The only remaining devotees of the Paul Henry and Judith Collins fan clubs celebrate decision to merge and double membership.

  4. Andre 4

    This wine cost more than the a smelly students annual food bill …… Do you like it JuJu ?

  5. adam 5

    How to spot Tory scum at rugby – they are not drinking beer…

  6. The ultimate ‘selfie’: sellf-satisfaction, self-congratulation, self-gratification self-indulgence and self-righteousness

  7. ankerawshark 7

    Its hard to know who is more unlikable.

  8. sabine 8

    no amount of wine is gonna change that,

    they are still ugly inside and out.

  9. Clemgeopin 9

    A free press in action.

  10. Clemgeopin 10

    Bosom bodies

  11. Andre 11

    Friends with benefits

  12. Clemgeopin 12

    Mother and child reunion.

  13. Clemgeopin 13

    A symbolic partaking of Key’s blood.

  14. Clemgeopin 14

    ‘livin la vida loca?’

    ‘Nah, just feelin some Oravida!’

  15. Clemgeopin 15

    ‘She asked me to give her a good press and I did!’

  16. b waghorn 16

    Mean and nasty

  17. repateet 17

    “I asked the barstaff for a Tom Collins but got a bloody Judy”

    “I asked the barstaff for a Bloody Mary and got a bloody dick.”

  18. les 18

    wine…check…pearls…check….swine!…check.

  19. So many glasses so little class.

  20. Clemgeopin 20

    ‘Jude darlin, how can I change my viewer ratings?’
    ‘Try taking me to the rugby game with you!’

  21. Joy Clark 21

    (where is the missing hand though?)

  22. Andre 22

    [deleted]

    [lprent: Read the restriction in the post ]

  23. Doug 23

    Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right. Here I am, stuck in the twilight zone with Jude

  24. swordfish 24

    Paul: “Christ, I feel like getting pissed !!! All my hopes and dreams have been torn to shreds as my popularity rating continues to tumble in near freefall….. You ?”

    Judith “Same.”

  25. Clemgeopin 25

    The bold bald and the bootiful beautiful in mutual-promotion photo shoot.

  26. John 26

    Last time i trust those date web sites. No one ever shows their true picture

  27. BLiP 27

    Who’s watching the rugby when there’s all this new, lovely Oravida shiraz, aged to perfection in swamp kauri barrels?

    • Clemgeopin 27.1

      “What! ‘The people can’t afford milk’ you say?”
      “No worries! Let them drink my wine, I say!”

  28. b waghorn 28

    Very
    Ignorant
    People

  29. b waghorn 30

    And the winner of the most forced smile is…..

  30. Clemgeopin 31

    Oh dear! The things the crazies and the capitalists do to get some publicity, any publicity! Shows the state of our modern ‘democracy’, ‘free press’, honest journalists’ and ‘trustworthy politicians’!

  31. Macro 32

    Well now we know that Henry is a totally unbiased commentator. Everything he says on Radio and TV is completely and utterly truthful and without a shadow of political bias. It’s so nice to have that confidence in our media.

  32. Tracey 33

    Dopplegangers

  33. Nck 34

    We both don’t mind shafting you all…. It’s kinda fun

  34. Stuart Munro 35

    Judith – reduces Paul Henry to worshipful silence.

  35. Paul 36

    Notice the All Black match is going on while this selfie is taken.
    Pity their tickets weren’t there for people actually interested in the game, not themselves.

  36. Jester 37

    Corporate box for Psychopaths deemed a success.

  37. Incognito 38

    There’s a Tinder App for Undateables??

  38. Clemgeopin 39

    The hopeless and the hopeful

  39. ruup 40

    Just a little cheeky and pretentious … You figure out which is which….Cheers

  40. Incognito 41

    Punch and Judy.

  41. Incognito 42

    Pinot noir et bêtes noires.

  42. rhinocrates 43

    Look! Mitosis!

  43. Incognito 44

    Yep! When you’ve had too much to drink you suffer from double vision.

  44. maui 45

    The hunt is on to find couple being blamed for a string of All Black losses.

  45. maui 46

    Real life thunderbird puppets found in New Zealand.

  46. Weepus beard 47

    We hate poor people.

    And we can’t see too well either.

  47. Jesus Wept 48

    Proof than Darwin needs Marx for a decent ending.
    Or why sick bags are also provided in Business class.

  48. hoom 49

    Independent.

  49. Clemgeopin 50

    A secret PPP revealed.
    [Public Private Partnership]

  50. Clemgeopin 51

    A carefully planned rendezvous

  51. G C 52

    Judiths require a lot of responsibility…

    – Keep your Judith out of bright light
    – Don’t get your Judith wet
    – And most important of all, never ever feed your Judith after midnight

  52. Jester 53

    NASA release first pictures of two Black holes in close orbit.

  53. Paul Campbell 54

    “and he’s suing the bastard …. clink”

  54. ropata 55

    Dirty Politics? Never! We are in the SkyCity corporate box planning the glorious smear campaign overthrow of democracy reign of Cthluhu 2016 policy platform in order to “help” all the little people running round below us

  55. Chooky 56

    would you feed these two a burnt sausage?

  56. Chromophore 57

    Paul, if you’re a Dick does that make me a shit?

  57. When aren’t we quaffing the PM’s pinot?

  58. save NZ 59

    I hear Sesame St has higher ratings…..

  59. Smilin 61

    “The glasses are half full /cut fill up my bank account Lovers for ever “

  60. jeff 62

    ‘Your not you when your hungry ‘
    The power of snickers.

  61. John Shears 63

    Look at us WE went to Specsavers

  62. Ben 64

    Eden park, the only place both their ego’s could fit.

  63. Anno1701 65

    Burke & Hare…..

  64. Atiawa 66

    Arms length?

  65. HumPrac 67

    The eyes are the windows to the soul, I mean hole.

  66. pete 68

    Cameron Slater joins us later

  67. Jan 69

    Paul Henrys long lost twin.

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