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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 12:00 pm, December 23rd, 2016 - 44 comments
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44 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Paul 2

    A man who will stoop to anything to remain in power.

  2. adam 3









  3. b waghorn 4

    dressed like this i’m sure to be keeping me mits on the ohariu pot of gold

    • Andre 4.1

      Thanks. I couldn’t work out who it was. Without the hair and bowtie he’s just totally generic boring old white male.

  4. James 5

    I dress like this and I’m still more popular than anything labour can throw together.

  5. Tophat 6

    Someones been into the psychoactive substances again.

  6. Pixie-dust Pete preparing for his “Reefer Madness” roadshow.

  7. Egregious the Elf getting ready for day one in Satan’s Santa’s workshop.

  8. Christmas ham?
    Christmas turkey?
    Christmas fruit-cake?

  9. ropata 11

    A political leader of principle and sober dignity

  10. ropata 12

    “Look at me, I am a fun guy like Key”

  11. Hes gone dunn hisself in, he has…

    Musta been the shrooms what did it.

    Anyways… its time we got rid of the two faced , ineffectual , broken crutch for National and anything neo liberal.

    ‘ Family values ‘ my bloody arse… he should go round to cars with family’s living in them and apologize for 20 years of deceit , undermining and back stabbing of the family units of this country.

    Gah he makes me sick – I’m done with even thinking anymore about the creep .

    Its supposed to be Christmas and we have to look at that….

  12. Hello, I’m Pete and I have four feet
    * sung to the tune of Jake the Peg

  13. ropata 15

    Fuddy duddy old white male attempts to be relevant to LGBTQE community

  14. Notice to all nursing staff:
    Peter’s belief that he’s an elf and his habit of dressing as one means the chances of him slipping out the door of the Psychiatric Unit over the Christmas period are much greater than at any other time of the year. Staff are asked to be extra vigilant.

  15. Muttonbird 17

    0.22% of the vote, and this is why.

  16. Wood Gnomes are often parasitised by the ill-tempered Fetid Swamp Goblins.
    This image shows evidence of such an infestation; the black boots of the parasitical goblin are clearly evident.

  17. Editractor 19

    A good old boy wonders if he will still have toys now that he no longer believes in Santa Keys.

  18. Philj 20

    Trying out for new role post election. Party hopping to Greens!

  19. Unable to find his leprechaun costume, Dunne had to slip into his official UnitedFuture uniform though sadly, he couldn’t find the matching ankle bells and tamborine. Somewhat crest-fallen but putting on his happy face, Dunne prepared to join the parade.

  20. Carolyn_nth 22

    Red, Green and Black – little person sneakily indicates the political future for NZ, while presenting himself as a silly member of the old guard.

  21. Ad 23

    Hey Bill, I’ve found a great medical marijuana dealer!

  22. Siobhan 24

    I preferred his look in the 2009 parade…more Benny Hill…less deranged old folk.


    As an aside…Dunnes Twitter feed makes for rather bleak reading.

  23. mary_a 25

    The Dunny models Parliament’s new uniform. Quite appropriate really.

  24. Last time I heard Dunn had problems with Te Pot…

    Not that I’m a great fan of Te… I prefer my coffee… black no sugar , please…


  25. fender 27

    ShonKeys little helper

  26. ropata 28

    United Future announces merger with McGillicuddy Serious Party

  27. jesuswept 29

    These are my pyjamas. My wife dwesses up as Joan Jett.

  28. Tautoko Mangƍ Mata 30

    Peter Dunne makes a subtle hint that he is interested in joining a potential Labour-Greens-NZ First Coalition.

  29. mac1 32

    “But, but, shome one told me that Elfish wash king! Hic!”

  30. rob 33

    Not Peter elfing Dunne again.

  31. Mrs Brillo 34

    Parliamentary Elf and Safety Officer models new HazMat gear.

  32. mac1 35

    “But you said you wanted to see me elf-wear!”

  33. Ross 36

    Andrea Vance told me I look cute.

  34. Rae 37

    Elf eck Xmas

  35. Smilin 38

    Jester Minute thats Peter Dunne

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