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One of these things is not like the other X

Written By: - Date published: 2:45 pm, May 31st, 2010 - 18 comments
Categories: accountability, corruption, john key, leadership, national - Tags: ,

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?

18 comments on “One of these things is not like the other X ”

  1. felix 1

    It’s difficult to know exactly what’s inside a veg, but any fool can see through the other three.

  2. ianmac 2

    One is an honest white chapel.
    One is an honest old gate.
    One is an honest Southland swede.
    So the odd one out must be an unreliable key.
    (And you can use a key in two of them but its hard to use a key in a swede.)

  3. Lazy Susan 3

    You’ll find three of them underground and one underhand.

  4. kaplan 4

    I’m confused. Only the two tube logos don’t look and act like a swede?
    And by that I am not implying that John Key can play catchy disco tunes.

  5. rod 5

    One is all gate.

  6. tc 6

    With 50 years of TV being celebrated soon expect to see muldoon being played a bit as he redefined how to control the media in NZ by bullying/refusing to answer (diversionary bok tour etc etc)…….this current crop of his protege’s would make him proud.

    If only they had the political and intellectual capacity that piggy had they’d be f’n lethal to this land.

    The swede’s the odd one out….the others are all stops on a journey rather than a tangible useful item

  7. Luxated 7

    Three of them are full of air.

  8. vto 8

    Three are things which are what they look and sound like.
    The other – well we can never really be sure what it is now can we.

  9. Akldnut 9

    1. is a shonkey trust
    2. is shonkey who wants your trust
    3. is a swede (I trust)
    4. is another shonkey trust

    Captcha unclear (hahahaha I don’t think so)

  10. Akldnut 10

    The swedes main purpose for being the is not to rip you off!!!

    The other three….ummmm?

    • Descendant Of Smith 10.1

      Matter of opinion.

      A swede looks like it’s edible and would taste nice, just like kumara and potato, but sadly tastes revolting – teased and then ripped off indeed.

  11. RedLogix 11

    The swede is the only non-hollow one.

  12. Only one of them is a living entity (clue not the CT construct)

  13. Jim Nald 13


  14. Luxated 14


  15. Willie Maley 15

    The one on the top right is a turnip.

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