Would you trust him with a kitten?

Written By: - Date published: 11:21 am, October 31st, 2011 - 21 comments
Categories: humour, john key, phil goff - Tags: , ,

The excellent Tom Scott from Stuff.

21 comments on “Would you trust him with a kitten?”

  1. Craig 1

    My own kitten, Bebert, hisses and growls at Key when he appears on telly. Obviously he can sense the evil inherent within the individual!

  2. the sprout 2

    I’d trust Key with a kitten as long as the cameras were on him, but only that long.

  3. Make sure that it isn’t John Key’s media team that will dictate who should lead our country after the election. Here is one way voters can ensure democracy not spin will inform our votes:

  4. Tanya 4

    Only when on camera.

  5. Jimmy 5

    More than I’d trust him to run the country

  6. Ari 6

    Only if I wanted him to sell it…

  7. Tanya 7

    He does have a cat though, obviously a cat lover…got talked about on the radio…….

  8. Craig 8

    My kitten also purrs loudly and gives the telly loves when Phil Goff or the Greens appear on it. He did seem bewildered when Colin Craig showed up on the Conservative Party advert showed up. As for Don Brash, he spat, ran under the bed and glowered. Obviously ACT consist of ravening kitten eaters!!! 😉

  9. Irascible 9

    Trusting Key with anything that could be sold off to anyone, regardless of true ownership, is tantimount to believing in the tooth fairy.

    • In Vino Veritas 9.1

      What’s not to trust Irascible? He said he was going to sell, and he will when he is re-elected.

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