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Written By: - Date published: 12:21 pm, June 11th, 2018 - 38 comments
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David Seymour twerking

Keep it seemly.

38 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Zorb6 1

    Davids dump Act dance .

  2. Puckish Rogue 2

    Worst version of Hips Don’t Lie ever

    Here’s how it should look:

  3. Puckish Rogue 3

    Coming soon to a movie theatre near you:

    Secretary 2

    this time the tables been turned…

  4. Editractor 4

    Not in my backyard.

    • alwyn 4.1

      I was going to offer my humble contribution.
      Then I read your proposal and I cannot compete.
      Editractor, that is magnificent.

      Edit.
      For what it is worth my offering was going to be.
      “David gives his best impersonation of Kim Kardashian”

  5. Carolyn_Nth 5

    Does my bottom look fat in these pants?

  6. dv 6

    This is how I generate political policy.

  7. Sanctuary 7

    ACT launches a new policy.

  8. james 8

    I still dismay at how the hell he thought this was going to be a good idea.

    They say that any publicity is good publicity – this would prove that wrong.

    • AsleepWhileWalking 8.1

      It’s impressive that there are so many levels of wrong crammed into a single photo.

    • McFlock 8.2

      I suppose that at his level, the “laugh at bright colours and movement” brigade could double the party vote…

  9. Gabby 9

    “Just come out and admit what?”

  10. AsleepWhileWalking 10

    The original song choice for this performance was Sir Mix-a-lot, “Baby got back”.

  11. OnceWasTim 11

    Genuine question. I probably should know already but is the DPS involved in anyway in providing this guy with protection?

    If they are, they could minimise their costs by just stretching a prophylactic sheath over the bugger.

    • dukeofurl 11.1

      never.
      hes not a minister and then only some under threat get protection.

      hes been missing parliament to shake his butt for DWS, so he at least should have his pay docked.

  12. Muttonbird 12

    Epsom voters await their next instructions.

  13. Jenny 13

    ACT leader waits to take his seat again in Epsom.

    Epsom voters say, No Way!

  14. Carolyn_Nth 14

    All arse and no trousers.

  15. mosa 15

    I wish Epsom would give him the arse.

  16. mosa 16

    Up your Khyber…. Mr Seymour.

  17. JanM 17

    Eeek – a smelly fart!

  18. miravox 19

    ACT on Campus out in force tonight.

  19. Incognito 20

    Stop! In the Name of Love.

  20. All he needs is a glass of water under his backside…

  21. Incognito 22

    Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick.

    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvWHQMH-G4A&w=560&h=315%5D

  22. mac1 23

    Seymour enacts English Civil War history in dance.

    “The Rump may have started out as a radical experiment, but the social conservatism of the majority of its members was quickly revealed. It was primarily concerned with legislation ensuring its own survival.

    “Cromwell finally forcibly dissolved the Rump, stating: ” You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately … In the name of God, go!”

  23. Hongi Ika 24

    Dumping with the Stars

  24. Policy Parrot 25

    Wrecking ball.

  25. Brian 26

    Twerp ‘n’ Twerk – do you want fries with that?

  26. Brian 27

    Twerp ‘n’ Twerk

  27. David 28

    This is the pose a Seymour pulls when caught in the wild sniffing bus seats, it’s quite frightening.

  28. Cemetery Jones 29

    Twerking class hero

  29. Stuart Munro 30

    Seymour seems to be struggling to get his fallback career plan off the ground.

  30. Marcus Morris 31

    The show has lost all credibility. I just feel sorry for all the other dancers who put in so much effort. Seymour justifies his presence on the basis that the show is a fund raiser – but it is also a genuine competition where the best performers (and the viewing public) expect to be in it at the end. No pun intended.

    “This guy sure has Hyde”????

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