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Caption contest

Written By: - Date published: 3:41 pm, July 5th, 2019 - 32 comments
Categories: caption contest, humour - Tags: ,

Keep it seemly …

32 comments on “Caption contest ”

  1. Keep it seemly? Now there's a hard ask! It's somewhat reminiscent of a choirmaster amongst a few choir boise. But sure as shit, the little one sings the descant

  2. greywarshark 2

    You there. Straighten your tie. This is a formal occasion you jerk.

  3. SPC 3

    Batman and Robin go under cover as tutors at a Taxpayers Union training seminar.

  4. Incognito 4

    The National Horror Picture Show:

    It's just a jump to the left and then a step to the right

  5. Rapunzel 5

    Robin and Robin "go under cover as tutors at a Taxpayers Union training seminar".

  6. Peter 6

    First lesson in art: careful how you mix those colours – Brown and Penk together could make one of those shitty khaki splurges.

  7. Peter 7

    A request for the duo from the audience? Yes – Bridge over Troubled Waters it is!

  8. Red Blooded One 8

    Guy on the left : "We're pleading for a new leader"

    Guy on the right : "You, how about you, will you be our leader"

  9. WeTheBleeple 9

    https://www.facebook.com/SimeonBrownMP/videos/chris-penk-and-i-discuss-winston-peters-undermining-of-nzs-sovereignty-unmigrati/2159370434130213/

    Didn't know who they were but some investigating led me to the above video of their 'concerns for NZ sovereignty' aka UN migration pact. Oh dear lads, caught with your pants down.

    They appear to be emotional junior staffers.

    MP’s? Best joke in ages.

  10. WeTheBleeple 10

    From the right

    "Uncle Sam wants you"

    "For Jesus".

  11. Fireblade 11

    Simeon Brown: "Are there any poor people here?"

    Chris Penk: "There's one, quick throw him out!"

  12. Fireblade 12

    Simeon Brown: "Where's Simon?, has anyone seen Simon?

    Chris Penk: "There he is, just behind Judith, in the seat closest to the door.

  13. Incognito 13

    Road Boasters

  14. mac1 14

    National Party Leadership auction.

    “aaaa-at 2 million and a knighthood. going once, going twice, that’s against you,sir. Two million, a dame-hood and a suite of directorships? Thank you, madam. Do you want indemnity with that?”

  15. Johnr 15

    Come on,

    Do you guys really think I need to buy gear to shave with.

  16. joe90 16

    45 dollar 50 now 50 dollar 50 dollar
    50 dollar 50 dollar give me a hollar 50 dollar
    Who will bid it at a 50 dollar bill?
    50 dollar 55 55 make it 55 and a 55 make it 55 and
    Sold that horse watercare for a 50 dollar bill

  17. Treetop 17

    Pointing speaks louder than words.

  18. McFlock 18

    Great, now I have to go away and have a think about why I identified these guys as wankers even though I have no idea who they are.

  19. Can't think of a caption that would equal any of the superb efforts above, but I would like to regale: Simeon Brown (along with Harete Hipango) came to my town last September to take part in a debate on the, then, proposed euthanasia bill. David Seymour was supposed to be there but was a no show. At the time I had no idea who Simeon Brown was. I ended up effectively standing in for the erstwhile Act leader, from my seat in the audience, over the course of an hour and a half. At the end Simeon was hopping mad and shooting me daggers; he looked like he was going to lose it and blow up. Good times.

  20. Jag 20

    Presented by the National Karaoke Party an unmemorable night with Penk'n Brown singing all your favourites like 'I owe my soul I'm the companies whore" and "It's a long way from the top if you're on the fucken dole". Admission price $100,000 broken down into small amounts if you're Chinese, $50,000 if you're an Indian (must come in pairs).

  21. Jenny - How to Get there? 21

    Here come the Men In Black, fallacy defenders

    It's the MIB's, here come the MIB's
    Here come the Men In Black, Men In Black
    They won't let you remember

    Means what you think you saw, you did not see
    So don't blink be what was there is now gone

    Saw somethin' strange, watch your back

    'Cause you never quite know where the MIBs is at

    Here come the Men In Black, fallacy defenders.

  22. Fireblade 22

    Boyband fails to impress and breaches Eminem's copyright at New Zealand's Got Talent audition.

  23. mosa 23

    Your National party NEEDS YOU !

  24. Henry Filth 24

    Who are they?

  25. Rapunzel 25

    Brown and Penk? Not Brown and Bidios? I truly couldn't tell. Stepford MPs anyone?

  26. SHG 26

    I have no idea who those people are

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