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Caption Contest

Written By: - Date published: 7:39 am, October 28th, 2010 - 25 comments
Categories: capitalism, caption contest, film, International, tax, welfare, workers' rights - Tags: , ,

 

There was some expenditure that didn’t qualify under the old scheme…We’ve looked to broaden that out.

John Key on Warner Brothers, 27 Oct 2010

25 comments on “Caption Contest ”

  1. lprent 1

    Translation: I wanted good publicity so I gave away other peoples money to get it.

  2. Crumble 2

    Is this where I get my Tin-Pot General’s uniform?

  3. ghostwhowalksnz 3

    ‘Broaden that out’ means that when we are borrowing $250 million a week just to pay the bills, Hollywood producers have to eat too!

  4. Rob 4

    Joyce: Yeeessss….my precciooousss will stay in New Zealand…

  5. M 5

    Hope they have some Heinz to disguise the taste of this shit sandwich.

  6. Lazy Susan 6

    But it’s only $33 milllion and PJ say’s I’ll look fabulous on the DVD. Is this is my best side and can you paint out that dumb looking guy behind me?

    Captcha: embarrassing – say’s it all

  7. kriswgtn 7

    Slimekey

    “Now bow down and kiss my ring”

  8. Young Johnkey Baggins became pensive as he felt the evil stare of Gollum on his back …

  9. jnd 9

    Having been soundly rogered by the big boys, Mr Key left the negotiations to work on resurrecting his smile.

  10. be quick, he’s just coming – come on guys how much will you give me for him?

  11. come get some 11

    there’s something following me, or someone, maybe it’s gollumn after his prescious finance portfolio

  12. Janice 12

    Gee it’s is going to hurt when I sit down on the plane to Vietnam today after letting them shaft me like that.

  13. tc 13

    God news is I’ve got some more photo op’s lined up, bad news is they don’t want Joycee as Gollum so he’ll be staying on as my henchman….oh and it cost youz some more money but I’ll look choice on the set standing next to all those dwarves.

  14. Aron Watson 14

    “…..screw the taxpayer……I just shit-tongued myself a free ‘scrap-book’ ticket to the movie premiere….”

  15. ianmac 15

    Does it fit? :
    George Bernard Shaw: Madam, would you sleep with me for a million pounds?
    Actress: My goodness, Well, I’d certainly think about it, yes maybe.
    George Bernard Shaw: Well Madam, would you sleep with me for a pound?
    Actress: Certainly not! What kind of woman do you think I am?!
    George Bernard Shaw: Madam, we’ve already established that. Now we are haggling about the price.

  16. ianmac 16

    “Look out! Look out! He’s behind you!”

  17. prism 17

    Is my tie straight?

  18. uroskin 18

    The “No Hollywood Studio Executive Left Behind” Bill will be enacted under urgency. We already have Brownlee as the One to Rule Them All.

  19. Tel 19

    I will take your gift, O Johno Blaggins the Magnificent!’, said King Warner of Oz gravely. ‘And I name you elf-friend and blessed. May your shadow never grow less (or stealing would be too easy)!’

  20. Milos 20

    Ambitious for New Zealand.

  21. randal 21

    now hobbitese will becme compulsory in schools

  22. Tel 22

    Horrifying truth revealed at Warner press conference by Prime Minister… ‘My name is Elmer J. Fudd. Miwwionaire. I own a mansion and a yacht.’

  23. rod 23

    They’ve asked me to play Mickey Mouse in their next movie,and it will be made right here in NZ, Mickey Mouse Land.

  24. Rodel 24

    I didn’t bend over backwards for the Warner brothers.
    It was forwards.

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