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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 3:11 pm, March 8th, 2019 - 36 comments
Categories: caption contest, humour, uncategorized - Tags:

Keep it seemly.

36 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. [Snip – Wrong post – MS]

  2. Exkiwiforces 2

    Where’s the local bowls club?

  3. Muttonbird 3

    What’s white, short-of-sight, and has three arseholes?

  4. ropata 4

    A more interesting panel than the dishwater served by RNZ, that’s for sure

  5. Righto lads, we’ve only had 3 callers in two hours. Damien, can you ring in again and for Gods sake can you make sure you disguise your voice this time?

  6. Hi, and welcome to Tragic Dork FM; making taxi drivers sound sensible since 2019.

  7. gsays 7

    Male, pale and stale.
    Y’all decide which is which.

  8. AB 8

    Diversity Radio Xmas Party 1958

  9. Exkiwiforces 9

    Today’s racing tips for the Addington Dogs are…….

  10. indiana 10

    None of us could get a meeting with Clare Curran, no matter how hard we tried…

  11. rod 11

    The Gnats latest three stooges.

  12. patricia bremner 12

    Sorry, who are they again?

    • SPC 12.1

      A fraudster, the manager of Harvey Weinstein’s twitter account and Rip Van Winkle.

      • Muttonbird 12.1.1

        A fraudster An unrepentant convicted felon.

        • SPC 12.1.1.1

          People with convictions, one for a crime, one to rush to the defence of those with the privilege of their kind and class, and one who comes out of sleep only to attack those who are woke.

  13. Sam 13

    More ramblings from the woke left middle class identintsrian extremists community massively jealous of success.

    • patricia bremner 13.1

      Eh???? What’s up Sam I truly don’t know who they are!!!

      • Sam 13.1.1

        Some times you’ve just got to stand up for what you believe in. If you won’t to be so left you’re outerversal then posts like these are a great opportunity.

  14. McFlock 14

    Who’s the guy on the right? In all seriousness, I think I recognise the two on the left, but number three doesn’t ring a bell.

  15. peterlepaysan 15

    Do they turn their heads in unison?

  16. Incognito 16

    Clown of the left, joker of the right, and an ungrateful ‘hua’ stuck in the middle.

  17. greywarshark 17

    Which one’s George Clooney? Wasn’t he in that bit when he gets his sins washed away in the river?

  18. Muttonbird 18

    Look, I’m reluctant to criticise Martyn Bradbury too much even though I called him an arsehole on this very thread!

    A guy has to provide for his family and I’m sure he thinks he’s doing a service to the left by appearing on Plunket’s crappy show. It’s funny what we end up doing for money…

    • mosa 18.1

      Whatever you think of Bradley at least he is prepared to argue a left wing perspective that has been missing on air for a long time.
      The money must be good to breathe the same air as these two toe rags.

    • OnceWasTim 18.2

      /agree
      and after all there are bills to pay, mouths to feed and prostitution is pretty legal.

      Unfortunately that threesome was the only thing I could pick up on the car radio the other day as I drove down from AKL to WLG. It won’t happen again

  19. WeTheBleeple 19

    Still a better love story than Twilight.

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