Caption contest

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42 comments on “Caption contest”

  1. EE 1

    Kill the young and kill the old – Vote ACT

    • In the best of Rimmer fashion .Indeed.

      The Rimmer Experience – Red Dwarf – BBC – YouTube
      Video for rimmer you tube▶ 3:39

  2. yeah I’ve got two on right now just to be safe

  3. McFlock 3

    Best example of why to wear a condom stands in front of condoms.

  4. The decrypter 4

    “The clowning decoy”

  5. Christine 5

    You too can prevent the spread of ACT-related sexual diseases.

  6. McFlock 6

    Not content with ACT policy only figuratively fucking New Zealanders, Rimmer takes things literally.

  7. Carolyn_nth 7

    All condoms and no sock.

    See also:

    “All hair oil and no socks”

    and

    Condom in a sock

  8. McFlock 8

    The tick in the ACT logo takes on a whole new symbolic meaning

  9. McFlock 9

    Rimmer denies himself last opportunity to receive applause (or at least the clap)

  10. Enough is Enough 10

    I hate poor people

  11. ianmac 11

    Regret. My Dad didn’t wear any.

  12. McFlock 12

    Being an ACT supporter must be a bit like being a condom: you think you’re going somewhere nice, but much of the time you end up covered in shit.

  13. red-blooded 13

    ACT: full of pricks!

  14. red-blooded 14

    ACT: full of dicks!

    Or (a variation on a theme) – ACT: real dickheads!

  15. mac1 15

    First rule is to check the expiry date. I’m picking September 2017.

  16. mickysavage 16

    Shame he is a hologram …

  17. David Mac 17

    Your womb is mine.

  18. Sanctuary 18

    Solyent yellow.

  19. Stuart Munro 19

    Ask me how I know the French love the coq.

  20. joe90 20

    Juicebro!

    (be warned, may contain nsfw links and the ew factor’s right up there)

  21. reason 21

    Genetic fuck-up promotes Eugenics .

    FAS face : “It’s a bit like we encourage recreational fishers ….. but we want catch and no release ….. in our war on the poor …… mans sperm”

    Free high radiation cellphones for those on Welfare …. which as a design feature nuke nuts and fry eggs are another Act policy to help working new zealanders …… Increased cancers and a private health system could also be useful in speeding our transformation into a better bred society.

  22. Policy Parrot 22

    ACT: It’s not just our policies that are hard to swallow.

    ACT: Whilst effective against pregnancies and STI’s – these condoms wont protect you against our policies.

  23. Jackal 23

    Seymour unsure why Family Planning gave him so many condoms.

  24. Neil 24

    Two act party condoms were meandering down Queen st one night & they stop outside a pub, then one act party condoms says to the other act party condom lets go in this pub.
    The other act party condom says why do you want to this pub?, its a gay pub, the first act party condom says yeah I know its a gay pub but I want to get shit faced tonight

  25. The Real Matthew 25

    The only politician with answers to New Zealander’s problems analyses is weekly condom allocation

  26. Mrs Brillo 26

    Yes! There’s enough here to give two each to every member of the party!

  27. adam 27

    Typical act, only small sizes.

  28. Psych nurse 28

    A C–T

  29. John 29

    All ACT MP’s will be wearing these. Oh shit I’m it, where’s Banksie when you need him? Bring back the Brasch

  30. tc 30

    Coffins to condoms, were fucking you either way.

  31. Incognito 31

    Is this ACT’s idea of a lolly scramble?

    Seymour looks out of line if not out of place; we already know he’s out of his mind.

    Seymour pretends to pose and presents penis paraphernalia while pretending to be a politician promising progress and prosperity for the people but does not pull off the piffle; what a plonker.

  32. Sacha 32

    Let’s do the timewarp agaain!

  33. AB 33

    1.) Large crowds at the launch of new ACT CONDOM (Cuts Off Nads, Doesn’t Offer Money)

    2.) Extreme right-wing goof ball takes selfie of penis

  34. Paul Campbell 34

    They tell me if I put them all over my head the world will be a better place

  35. Philj 35

    “ACT gets the big Tick from NIKE”

  36. mosa 36

    ACT and the dicks hall of fame.

  37. georgecom 37

    ACT, all you are left with is a load of jism

  38. Smilin 38

    Condomania what you get instead of a house
    It will help with our policy of the poor breeding unnecessarily and keeping the rich rich

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