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A male, on four legs, leads the pack.
And when it has a crap I’ll keep just over half and divide the rest up so you can all buy a piece. It’s called the mixed ownership model.
Labour leader slowed by having to drag bloke in shirt.
Dog and pony show.
The Labour caucus searches for their missing MPs.
At last, one Labour appointee knows where he/she is going …
Not capable of training a dog to heal and you want to vote for him?
Hooray , Fido’s found a voter for us.
Griff, if ANYONE could “train a dog to heal” they’d be Prime Minister within 2 months, gay or not.
Labour knows the world isn’t just black and white.
“Damm, I’m going to murder the wife for suggesting the purple, surfer, casual look!”
And here folks, is what’s wrong with MMP; the tail wags the dog
“We’re off to shear my poodle!”
David misunderstands about letting the dogs loose on the opposition.
Hasn’t got a dog’s show.
“Who let the dogs out?”
poodle: “I wish those guys would stop following me, they’re scaring the bitches”
Grant: When I told the TV3 reporter “I need to see a man about a dog” I was not referring to an encounter with a portaloo. I really need to stop our new leader looking like he’s in an episode of Scooby Doo.
Who stole my comment??? Surely no censorship here – is there?
Timmy leads Julian, Dick, Anne and George in their latest adventure “Five and the mystery of the middle ground”
Labour in a desperate attempt to find true leadership resort to a seeing eye dog.
Labour’s new attack dog is less likely to actually bite someone than the old one, also known as Trevor Mallard.
Woof. Tell Annette I’ve got the scent of that guy seen running from her apartment.
The 2012 remake of the wizard of oz. Shearer as Dorothy, Robertson as the Tin man, and Ardern as the brave wittle Lion.
“Had something to eat, can’t find anything to screw, so what can I piss on?”
At least the dog seems to know where it’s going
I know there’s a vote around here somewhere.
Big gay following http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balls_of_Steel_(TV_series)
Which one has the biggest bite. The hound in front or the little pony trotting along behind?
Grant: “Thats it! seek! seek! I know we will soon find Helen’s secert files on John Key buried around here somewhere..”
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