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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 3:00 pm, March 29th, 2017 - 46 comments
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Keep it seemly …

46 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. adam 1

    Burn the world – GOD I LOVE TRUMP!

  2. Spot the blue–subliminal?

  3. Cynical jester 3

    Let them eat cake

  4. Johan 4

    “Aren’t we clever, how we can BS the listeners? Certainly beats driving a taxi in Sydney”.

  5. mac1 5

    “Bit like backroom political deals, really.”

  6. mauī 6

    Two New Zealand Defence Force top brass using the latest in cake-mapping technology illustrate they have multiple options for where the two Afghan villages might be located.

  7. Augustus 7

    That’s not a knife, Mike. THIS is a knife.

  8. Adrian 8

    Chimp Tea Party at the Zoo

  9. Adrian 9

    “My little one is for slashing my wrists, I just can’t go on without my John “.

  10. Carolyn_nth 10

    If I knew who both these people were, I could maybe write a caption:

    2 old guys celebrate the anniversary of their union?

  11. rod 11

    This cake is full of National Party bullshit and we dish it every weekday on RNZ National (Party) and it’s free. RWNJ’s on this site love it.

  12. repateet 12

    “Fruit cake attacked by fruit cakes.”

  13. ropata 13

    National’s PR strategy… doling out lollies to their mates.
    Giving the economy a sugar rush, and stroking the egos of rich tossers.

  14. repateet 14

    “This is the closest you’ll ever see us to being near the cutting edge of current events.”

  15. repateet 15

    “We may not be the sharpest knives in the box but this challenge should be doable.”

  16. repateet 16

    “They looked at our capabilities at delivering cutting comment and insight and decided we were best suited to cutting cake and icing.”

  17. repateet 17

    Leighton and Hosking rehearsing their act, “Blatant hostility.”

  18. yeah the shit sandwich is so last year – we have a shit CAKE and by god we will eat it – go bill, go the gnats, go go go

  19. gsays 19

    Trailer for “Hudson and Halls 2.0” leaked to net.

    • Cinny 19.1

      That was clever as G 😀 But….

      Nooooooo!!!! Please don’t tarnish their good name

      Lololz I love Hudson and Halls, I’ve two queer friends who take over my kitchen and whip up the most amazing meals, have nicknamed them Hudson and Halls, they are such a crack up in the kitchen, love them to pieces.

      • gsays 19.1.1

        I watched the tv1 doco a couple of weeks ago.
        I loved it. A great tragic love story.

        I was getting at the bubble they seemed to live in,
        how following a stellar rise, the ptb, largely ignored them, how they freely gave their opinions,
        then the image just fit.
        No slagging of our gay friends intended.

  20. AB 20

    Key’s Cossacks bravely defuse a terrorist cake-mine

    • North 20.1

      That’s good AB, the ballsy Hosking…….the intellectually stratospheric Smith…….take your cake down Robertson Road Mangere any night laddies. You’ll know what straight talking’s all about then …….pair of overpaid wahanui ponces !

  21. sab 21

    Irrelevant old privileged white men get obese

  22. mosa 22

    That image should be on every toilet roll sold in this country “the perfect arse wipes “

  23. Philj 23

    “Douchebag AND Shitsandwich”

  24. North 24

    Ooh……… we’re going to Hawaii to see John at Easter. Who said we’re dated fuckwits ?

  25. NZJester 25

    This is the way we carve up the truth with our lies.

  26. Incognito 26

    They can’t cut the mustard let alone a cake.

    Two fruitcakes taking the Mickey.

    Mike taking the cake again.

    A fake cake Trumps a fruitcake any time.

    Cheesy Mike said cheese; the other nutter said huh?

    The cake at least has star quality.

  27. Cinny 27

    Farewell cake presented to failed radio announcers.

    Hosking shows some other fella how to hold a knife.

    Elderly lovers come out for cake

  28. Bob (Northland) 28

    Dumb and Dumber – If the knife was twice as sharp as these two it wouldn’t cut the pathetic fluff they constantly serve up.

  29. “Look, we can finally kill Newstalk ZB, I’ll stab, you slash.”

  30. Jeez 30

    Its amazing what you can bake with John Key’s ashes and get voters to eat Bill English’s National cake

  31. Tui 31

    don’t worry mike, just getting in practice.

    ~ tui

  32. Philj 32

    Guys, guys… you only need one knife to cut a cake! You really must do your research for a change.

  33. AB 33

    Two vile, warmongering old trolls “get some guts” and eat Fatima’s birthday cake

  34. Dwayne Hansen 34

    Leighton and Mike make Cuts at Newstalk ZB

    Hosts keep their promise: no knives in the back

    NZME Expense Account overspent

    Hosts Disagree How to cut Cake

  35. rod 35

    Cut and Run.

  36. peterlepaysan 36

    Sticking the knife in is such fun, like stroking, (egos that is).

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