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One of these things is not like the other VIII

Written By: - Date published: 2:35 pm, October 23rd, 2009 - 30 comments
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Singh Lee English and Key 2

One of these things is not like the other,

One of these things is not quite the same…

Can you guess which one is not like the other,

Can you tell me before I finish the game?

30 comments on “One of these things is not like the other VIII ”

  1. r0b 1

    Dammit I can usually do these things – but this one is really hard. Nnnnnnnnn. Ah – got it – only one of them lives in Dipton! Oooops, no, that’s wrong too. I give up – is it a trick question?

  2. gitmo 2

    Only one of them is hiding Richard Worth on their head ?

  3. So Bored 3

    Its obvious, the background to the turbaned gent is bright blue, the backgrouind to the others matches their personalities, dull.

  4. Adrian 4

    To the best of my knowledge, none of the witnesses to Lee and English’s rorts have mysteriously disappeared. Key on the other hand is just missing in inaction.

  5. singularian 5

    Sprout, I’m not quite sure if you’re sexist or racist. Either / or – it ain’t pretty.

    Shame to see The Standard slipping like this.

    [lprent: It is essentially a basic Rorschach inkblot test. The interpretation reveals more about the person doing the interpretation more than anything else…… Which leads me towards your statement?…… Why the obsession with….]

  6. logie97 6

    One of them does not look too happy playing, “What’s the time Mr Wolf?” anymore and is trying to tell them that “it’s time we got serious”…

  7. Irascible 7

    It depends on the direction they lie – in bed?

  8. felix 8

    There are some interesting parallels in their career arcs, with English and Singh both putting in the hard yards for years only to have their ambitions overridden by the National Party’s preference for the less competent show-ponies Key and Lee.

    As for the odd-one-out, does one of them live in the electorate in which they last stood? Singh, perhaps?

  9. toad 9

    Nah, it is that the three on the left have substantive allegations of corruption against them personally. The allegations against the one on the right are “only” of covering up the allegations against the others.

    A bit like a line-up of Brad Shipton, Bob Schollum, Clint Rickards, and John Dewar.

    Dewar didn’t actually rape anyone, but he went to jail for covering for those who did.

    • rodgeredgnome 9.1

      Probably the most retarded comparison I’ve seen on this site ……….congratulations.

    • CuriO 9.2

      Bill English is about to be cleared by the auditor general. You just compared him to a rapist. You should apologise to him and his family as should all of the other authors of this blog. .

      • felix 9.2.1

        You should get out a dictionary and learn the difference between a comparison and a parallel.

        Then you should apologise to Toad and all the other authors of this blog and fuck off while you’re doing it.

        Honestly, that’s the sort of shit thinking I’d expect from Farrar or Tim Alice.

  10. BLiP 10

    Only one surname rhymes with selfish, the others all rhyme with shonky.

  11. toad 11

    Or as an alternative, the one on the right is unique in that he is facing left while walking right.

  12. Mac1 12

    English is the pick, though farmers who live in Wellington while residing in Dipton are another minority. It is a gallery which shows that people from a minority can do well in Godzone.

    Pity about the morality shown, though, by all four.

  13. Armchair Critic 13

    One is the ring-master of the circus. The others are performers (or non-performers) in the same circus.

  14. roger nome 14

    oh – only the one on the right has the depth of post-modern irony/cliche parody, to get real enjoyment out of owning a beach-front property in Hawaii?

  15. luva 15

    Only one of them has increased their approval ratings in the past 12 months to record levels.

    Keep up the good work JK.

    You other three…sharpen up

  16. schrodigerscat 16

    One of them got rich of the backs of others, the others are embarrassing themselves trying.

  17. singularian 17

    And….. I rest my case.

    You guys can inkblot to your hearts content. The proof is in the pudding (or in this case the comments), losers one and all.

    Funny to see…but kind of sad too. I was almost growing to like you guys since you lost the election. I was just about feeling a bit sorry for you all. But the mask slips in posts like this and what it reveals isn’t cute or smart, it’s just bitter little boys with no style.

  18. torydog 18

    sing – so when a lefty does it “its simply terrible”…..what about the constant right wing propoganda and lies?? spose thats fine!

    I rest my case!!!!!!!!

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