The Secret Diary of Prime Minister John Key aged 47 1/3

Written By: - Date published: 10:59 am, December 8th, 2008 - 4 comments
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If someone sent me this to put up as a guest post on The Standard, I would probably reject it as too childish. But seeing as the Dompost printed it and it is pretty funny, here is Bob Jones’ The Secret Diary of Prime Minister John Key aged 47 1/3:

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4 comments on “The Secret Diary of Prime Minister John Key aged 47 1/3”

  1. lprent 1

    That is seriously funny – especially the last sentence.

  2. higherstandard 2

    Agreed Lynn

    “Firm leadership worked – English came to office later – v. humble – got me to sign painting for Gore charity auction – went to bed happy now English sorted.”


  3. ianmac 3

    The funny thing about funny things is that often there is a smidgen of truth. Agreed Higherstandard, the bit at the end is so funny!
    “The best place to set a trap for Heffalumps, is just in front of them but about a foot further on,” said Pooh English.

  4. Paul Robeson 4

    With the first episode of McPhail and Gadsby available on you have to ask what happened to our political satire?

    We only seem to have partisan and often bitter satire. The Herald has ditched its NZ cartoonist in favour of a tame Aussie house mutt.

    where are the successors to A.K.Grant and co? and while we’re at it Billy T James too?

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