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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 9:00 am, September 20th, 2018 - 61 comments
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61 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Stuart Munro 1

    Simon preparing for his comeback role on Dancing With The Stars.

  2. Ankerrawshark 2

    #lets keep Simon

  3. Gabby 3

    ‘Orm riwl gangsta, riwlee or em!’

  4. Ankerrawshark 4

    125 years after women given the vote women still standing aside while big dick takes centre stage

  5. Doogs 5

    Two gun Tex and his gorgeous molls.

  6. Muttonbird 6

    Every day is Simon Bridges day.

  7. AB 7

    Communication Skills Training – Day 1: Increase your coherence and persuasive power through sign language

  8. gsays 8

    “Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right…..”

  9. David 9

    Simple Symon says do this………

  10. mac1 10

    “I dreamt I worked in marble halls….”

    As close as you get to the seat of power, Simon!

  11. mac1 11

    Four pillars of the Establishment?

    Certainly not what TE Lawrence had in mind with his autobiography, Simon………

  12. Enough is Enough 12

    47%

  13. Chris T 13

    “All three of us know what GDP is”

  14. Muttonbird 14

    As as aside, those stomach stapling operations add years to your age, don’t they?

    Someone give her a feed for God’s sake.

    • joe90 14.1

      Your vile jibes about HDP’s marriage and sex workers and your comments about this woman’s weight, appearance, and personal choices make it pretty damn clear that you’d fit right in over at the sewer.

      • Anne 14.1.1

        Hey hey joe 90, I don’t think mb was meaning to be sexist. I have been thinking exactly the same for a while now. I actually have felt a little concerned because her weight loss has been too rapid and if it continues there will nothing of her left.

        • Sabine 14.1.1.1

          the weight loss is one thing, but the for me its simply the fact that she has not an ounce of charity or generosity in her body.
          She is pretty, but heartless. Cold, unpleasant, unapproachable, only interested in hard currency.
          And that got nothing to do with weight.

      • Muttonbird 14.1.2

        You were there when Stormy Daniels came up. Someone said she was a classless bitch (not me). I said what did you expect. Sex workers are fine and some might have some integrity, but Stormy Daniels? I think not.

        The whole paying for sex thing is weird anyway, imo.

        And I don’t owe Paula Bennet or Duplicity Allan any consideration whatsoever – they do too much damage to my world.

    • veutoviper 14.2

      And they can also cause serious medical problems, as happened with Parekura Horomia when he had the operation and it had to be reversed.

      I have just posted on the other post re the photos of Bridges and friends (link below). Those photos were taken on Tuesday, and Paula Bennett was nowhere in sight in the House yesterday for Question time or later; nor for the photos, speeches etc relating to Suffrage Day.

      It had crossed my mind that this could be related to her operation. Much as I don’t like her, I would not want that for her.

      How some men celebrated Suffrage Day

  15. Philj 15

    Have i got the sale of the century for you…. NU ZEELUND!

  16. mac1 16

    “This is a wind-up, right?”

    Simon seems to be. Gotta keep the hands in full view when being photographed………..

  17. bwaghorn 17

    This is how much vacant space is between the average nats ears.

  18. Jack 18

    Look, they’re opposable”

  19. Editractor 19

    Life was so much simpler on the road

  20. McFlock 20

    Male priviledge in action: women need to be more mature than men to even get close to party leadership, whereas any entitled little shit with a dick can get far in life as long as he shouts at his opponents and is obsequious to the more powerful.

    option b: “look, mum one and mum two, I am a gangster, pew! pew! pew!”

  21. Desperate to find the elusive leaker, bridges pulls out one of the tricks he learnt as a crown prosecutor – the old musical dance number. Apparently there were 37 confessions before the first number ended. Result.

  22. Hooch 22

    National Suffer Git Day

  23. mosa 23

    What a total waste of space.

  24. opium 24

    Ho Ho Ho

  25. rod 25

    These two are my speech writers. How lucky can one guy be ?

  26. Nick 26

    Paula benefit has a very large knife behind her back, she’s itching to use it, especially when she sees soimin acting like this.

  27. SPC 27

    Simon Bridges mimics Andrew Little, first with the hand moves, then by being replaced by a woman as leader of his party.

  28. Ffloyd 28

    Caption what? There’s nothing there. It’s all blank.

  29. mosa 29

    Yeah Simon it’s all just a joke eh.

  30. Drowsy M. Kram 30

    ‘Straighten up and fly right.’

    Buzzard Bridges better mind the ‘monkeys’ at his back.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straighten_Up_and_Fly_Right

  31. Incognito 31

    Butter wouldn’t melt but they’re oh-so tuff on crime.

  32. Incognito 32

    Simon is doing his Vincent Vega impersonation from Pulp Fiction. And he nails it like John Key ‘hammered’ that nail during the Northland by-election.

  33. Muttonbird 33

    “Hope you enjoy sleeping in your cars, NZ”

  34. NZJester 34

    Simon testing out the new mini mirrors stuck on his index fingers and thumbs so he can keep an eye out for backstabbers behind him.
    (For some reason they all seem to be carefully angled at Paula.)

  35. SPC 35

    Came acorss this on a US blog

    TRUMP…

    Is a poor man’s idea of a RICH man,

    A DUMB man’s idea of a SMART man,

    And a WEAK man’s idea of a STRONG MAN

  36. Hanswurst 36

    “Look, Paula! When I stick my hand up the dummy this way, it grins and sticks its thumbs in the air!”

  37. Cooper oil 37

    Meth-testing? We made Bank!!

  38. SaveNZ 38

    When my role is finished as placeholder for the Natz, I think I’ll join Max Key in a new rap video or perhaps a fake deaf interpreter for the South African government. Paula’s keen for me to see my full potential as a faux entertainer when I step down…

  39. Miskeleni 39

    When you spent more on limousines than it costs to charter an entire plane to Nauru – and you think you got away with it.

  40. Tricledrown 40

    Me Too

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