Caption contest

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Keep it seemly.

37 comments on “Caption contest”

  1. Tricledrown 1

    Weapons of mass deception

  2. weka 2

    Secret handshakes at the Evil Fuckers Conference.

  3. mac1 3

    A Bleer-up?

  4. joe90 4

    It’s you, isn’t it?.

  5. One Anonymous Bloke 5

    Penguin and Joker play nice for camera.

  6. tc 6

    Great to meet you, my favourite movie is ‘Ruthless People’ and I loved you in Taxi what was andy kaufman really like ?

  7. Carolyn_nth 7

    The long reach of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy …….

  8. Barfly 8

    “who the hell is this dwarf?”

  9. bwaghorn 9

    ”yikes had my hand in some greasy shit over the years, but this wins by miles , ” mutters blair

  10. UncookedSelachimorpha 10

    Great minds think alike

  11. Jackel 11

    A short fat bespectacled lad congratulates Tony Blair on being close to solving The Politician with a Brain problem.

  12. One Anonymous Bloke 12

    War criminal spotted at princess party.

  13. One Anonymous Bloke 13

    Tony: “Margaret Thatcher has my balls!”
    David: “mine too: I think it’s rigor mortis!”

  14. McFlock 14

    The key to pretention is in the tie you wear:

    Blair’s is deep red, to pretend he’s not a tory.
    Farrar’s is golden, to pretend that something he’s touched has turned to something other than shit.

  15. McFlock 15

    “I’ve no idea who you are, you odious shit, but if you don’t give me back my hand I’ll refund your $50 and stop the photo call”

  16. McFlock 16

    Penguin proudly shows off his latest purchase: a hyper-realistic sex doll.

  17. David Mac 17

    The Blair which project?

  18. greywarshark 18

    Who are those suits sheltering by our? flag?

  19. Obtrectator 19

    David didn’t want to grin, but Tony made Farrar force it.

  20. adam 20

    Liberalism, it’s an ugly fact.

  21. Kat 21

    Was this taken at Madame Tussauds?

  22. Incognito 22

    Third Way vs. Dirty Politics; it’s a tie.

  23. Incognito 23

    Gold Medal winner of Her Majesty’s Dog Whistling Trophy congratulated by His Master’s Voice.

  24. AB 24

    Look who swallowed my dodgy dossier

  25. ropata 25

    Love at first sight

  26. tracey 26

    Tony is gritting his teeth?

    Thinking “is this my stalker? Stay calm. Stay xalm security is coming

  27. Obtrectator 27

    Blair: “As you can see, David, my dentist is pretty good – he’ll soon fix that gumboil for you.”

  28. OnceWasTim 28

    “Keep it seemly”
    Shit! that’s a tough ask.

  29. Ross 29

    Let’s shake hands quickly before John Key interrupts us with a three way.

  30. Ross 30

    David Farrar: “You’re my favourite right wing politician.”

  31. Slime and Slim.

    Or should that be the two slimes ?

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