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Written By: - Date published: 2:40 pm, January 29th, 2016 - 38 comments
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David Seymour giving blood

38 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. mickysavage 1

    “Take all the red stuff out I only want to keep the blue stuff.”

  2. John Williams 2

    “Yes, I’m a ‘true blue cold fish’.”

  3. TopHat 3

    They’re not taking it out. They’re putting it in!

  4. Stuart Munro 4

    IRD’s alternative payment option for ACT supporters was popular among those whose transition was not advanced.

  5. TopHat 5

    A routine day at the dentist.

  6. Bill 6

    The source of an outbreak of post-transfusion gormless syndrome has medical authorities baffled.

    In early efforts to prevent any further spread of the rare and unfortunate condition, staff at blood transfusion services have been instructed to satisfy themselves that potential donors know their arses from their elbows .

  7. Sabine 7

    obviously he has not been to Europe during the mad cow disease. 🙂

  8. b waghorn 8

    “It takes a lot of fuel to run an autonomous hologram ” says Rimmer.

  9. risildowgtn 9

    Urgh can we dye it blue…. red blood indeed, I dont want commie blood in me!

  10. Irascible 10

    Existing on the Holo-deck does take a lot of energy even if it is virtual reality.

  11. JanM 11

    Will this make me smarter?

  12. Rosemary McDonald 12

    It pumps out faster when you’re wearing extra tight shirt and pants.

  13. Richard Christie 13

    How does this square with libertarian philosophy’s utter rejection of the commons?
    Propery rights trump everything.

    Does he sell the blood?

  14. “The paediatrician wasn’t available to see me but according to The Standard readers a rectumologist is certainly appropriate.”

  15. Sutton's li'l helper 15

    ACT party on life support

  16. fender 16

    Seymour demonstrates how charter schools work.

  17. Chromophore 17

    “It’s a new treatment called Voteox”

  18. Which blood group? H, I think.

    or …

    O for ownedbynational

    Yes, nurse, it’s true. It’s only massive injections of taxpayer funded blood that’s been keeping Roger Douglas alive these last 70 years. And now, sadly, we’re down to the final human volunteer.

  19. Paul Campbell 19

    After they give me a heart I’m getting a brain, then maybe courage

  20. Fustercluck 20

    How even a NACT can be useful.

  21. AB 21

    Preparing breakfast for Stephen Joyce

  22. AB 22

    Blood-sucking parasite arrested and ordered to pay reparation

  23. Wensleydale 23

    “He’s Arnold, Arnold, Arnold Rimmer
    Without him life would be much grimmer!”

  24. Incognito 24

    The Matrix re-enACTed

    Note: the thin tubing should go into the back of his head at the base of the skull but the ACT Party Press Secretary (APPS) decided against that because it would look fake & forced.

    BTW, good on him for donating blood.

  25. Hami Shearlie 25

    Ruth Richardson’s love child has blood test to prove he’s entitled to a trust fund.

  26. ropata 26

    “I must give this blood offering to my demonic overlord _the Keymaster_, in exchange for unholy POWER over Epsom MuahahahaHAHAHA!!!”

  27. Duncan 27

    Peter Carey’s “The Last Days of a Famous Mime”, due to preview next week at the Globe, has been abruptly cancelled.

  28. de Withiel 28


  29. tricledrown 29

    vampire capitalist groupie donates to the cause.

  30. Atiawa 30

    ” So the sheep are placed on these portable dressing tables and facing Mecca … “

  31. adam 31

    Now I remeber why going through Epsome is such a soul draining experince…

  32. Brian 32

    “Bring the stone back – we’re getting even less ou of this one”

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