Lockwood: feeling it or faking it?

Written By: - Date published: 3:52 pm, September 13th, 2007 - 4 comments
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Ok. To celebrate The Standard’s one month anniversary, and to thank you for visiting dear reader, we’re going to run a competition.

Forget Deal or No Deal. That’s for chumps. Today we’re launching New Zealand’s hottest online “gameshow” (we use the term liberally) – “Lockwood: feeling it or faking it?”

It’s going to work like this. We’re going to post two photos of the fabulously versatile Lockwood Smith getting amongst it: one real and one fake. All you need to tell us which is which.

Check out the photos below, make your choice then post your answer in the comments. Fame and fortune awaits.* At some stage we’ll put our heads together and decide on an appropriately awesome prize.

Let’s get started then!

Exhibit (A):


Exhibit (B):


* Probably only fame (and even that’s not guaranteed)

4 comments on “Lockwood: feeling it or faking it?”

  1. tom-tom 1

    The little bloke , middle-front is Lockwood, right? The old strip of rawhide behind him is certainly beginning to feel it – tounge extended, eyes rolling back into his head, but he’s dodgy as!

  2. John 2

    I wish it weren’t true but alas the picture with the kids is the real one.

    Mothers and fathers keep an eye on your little ones!

    I think it is from his electorate calendar a few years back. You know there is a better picture in there….

    I have to say, it’s not really fair picking on a has-been like Lockwood. Let’s get to the “up and coming” new National talent – how about Chris Fiddlyson or Chester Borrows or John Hayes or Katrina Shanks or Bob Clarkson – you know the real talent of the National Party.

  3. all_your_base 3

    Haha, yeah, there’s more coming… stay tuned.

  4. principessa 4

    Caption for exhibit A:

    National Party Immigration Spokesperson proposes new policy for monitoring our borders:- ‘School Kids performing the Haka’

    Good way to save money on public servants?

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