Caption Contest

March 13th, 2012 at 4:30 pm by David Farrar

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32 Responses to “Caption Contest”

  1. Nick C (336 comments) says:

    Peters angrily denied running a small business out if his taxpayer funded electotal office, protesting that he had never heard of the internet, and telling reporters to quit bugging him during his afternoon nap.

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  2. Don the Kiwi (1,763 comments) says:

    Winston announced:
    “You will recall the defining TV program of the 80’s – Fantasy Island. So now, I bring you……….”

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  3. Adolf Fiinkensein (2,903 comments) says:

    I’m as sober as a judge. I drink only virtual whiskey.

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  4. barry (1,317 comments) says:

    Again – Winston outshines all the others. National and Labour are working on their version.

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  5. nasska (11,580 comments) says:

    Fantasy on two levels.

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  6. adze (2,126 comments) says:

    Winston Peters today denied having connections to an adult-themed internet parlour, saying that sort of activity was beneath him.

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  7. joe.ascroft (1 comment) says:

    New Zealand First is living in the cloud.

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  8. Peter (1,713 comments) says:

    It wouldn’t be the first time fantasy and New Zealand First were associated.

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  9. cows4me (248 comments) says:

    So this is Winnie’s “deep throat” .

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  10. Richard Hurst (859 comments) says:

    Liquor Licensing Authority investigates internet parlour due to reports of strong whiskey smells coming from ceiling.

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  11. Michael (910 comments) says:

    Upcoming merger – Winston’sFantasiesallovertheinternet.com

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  12. Put it away (2,880 comments) says:

    NZ first built on fantasy.

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  13. Shazzadude (529 comments) says:

    “Winston Peters today denied having connections to an adult-themed internet parlour, saying that sort of activity was beneath him.”

    Winner.

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  14. plebe (271 comments) says:

    Winston sublets above the National party call center

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  15. Michaels (1,318 comments) says:

    Interesting…. One can be nasty in this photo shot…. I like that

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  16. hj (7,033 comments) says:

    “Government policies blamed for house prices

    Immigration and tax breaks for investment in residential property are being cited as the underlying causes of steep increases in the cost of housing over the past decade.
    New Zealand now boasts one of the highest rates of home unaffordability in the world as a result of prices rising far faster than incomes, and the government’s Savings Working Group blames that squarely on the policies of successive governments.
    Although “the favourable tax treatment of property investment” accounted for about 50% of house price increases between 2001 and 2007, the working group said, there was also strong evidence that rapid swings in immigration brought about price-rise “shocks”.
    There was a sharp spike in immigration in 2001, 2002 and 2003 and, said working group committee member Dr Andrew Coleman, it appeared that property prices did not fall anywhere near as greatly when immigration fell again.
    The report added that there was little evidence that immigration boosted local incomes. In fact, the need to build roads and schools meant that net migration contributed to the national deficit. ”
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/4622459/Government-policies-blamed-for-house-prices

    80% of our population growth in the last couple of decades has been the net inflow of non NZ citizens .
    “Among policy and analytical circles in New Zealand there is a pretty high degree of enthusiasm for high levels of immigration. Some of that stems from the insights of literature on increasing returns to scale. Whatever the general global story, the actual productivity track record here in the wake of very strong inward migration is poor. In an Australian context, the Productivity Commission – hardly a hot-bed of xenophobia or populism – concluded that any benefits from migration to Australia were captured by migrants and there were few or no discernible economic benefits to Australians. And that was in a country already rich and successful and with materially higher national saving and domestic investment rates than those in NZ.”
    http://www.treasury.govt.nz/downloads/pdfs/mi-jarrett-comm.pdf

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  17. Peter Freedman (127 comments) says:

    “How much is that Katter in the window,
    The one with the flexible tale,
    But why buy that Katter in the window,
    When the whole bloody party’s for sale?”

    Apologies to Bob Merrill and Ingrid Reuterskiöld, who claim to have written the original. In truth they stole the idea from me.

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  18. RRM (9,933 comments) says:

    Video Nasty presents WINSTON & CONDOLEEZA’S BACK ROOM DEALS

    93 minutes. Full HD.
    Contains anal, BDSM and humiliation scenes.

    Simply fill out your credit card details or click HERE to use your PayPal account…

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  19. Put it away (2,880 comments) says:

    hj – not particularly catchy….

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  20. adze (2,126 comments) says:

    lol pia… I think hj is lost

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  21. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    After asking an aide for his password, Winston denies it’s a fantasy that his supporters are too old and doddery to log on!

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  22. Lindsay Addie (1,529 comments) says:

    The NZ First operating system – WinstonOS

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  23. Elaycee (4,393 comments) says:

    Ewww – look. New Zealand’s own version of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’…

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  24. Peter Freedman (127 comments) says:

    plebe (262) Says:

    March 13th, 2012 at 6:34 pm
    Winston sublets above the National party call center

    plebe, I have been trying to make this post for some time, but I couldn’t stop laughing.

    No contest, mate. If there is a prize for the winners its yours………………………..

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  25. Peter (1,713 comments) says:

    What are Brownlee and Ryall doing in Fantasy Internet?

    You were meant to meet upstairs, lads.

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  26. hj (7,033 comments) says:

    David Farrar Fails to land one on Peters, Again.

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  27. hj (7,033 comments) says:

    and Again

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  28. hj (7,033 comments) says:

    and Again.

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  29. hj (7,033 comments) says:

    He’ll get a bloody big prize if he succeeds :wink: !?

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  30. Davo36 (35 comments) says:

    Building for sale, 2 tenants. One a bit flighty with all sorts of fantasy ideas, other an internet cafe.

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  31. Richard Hurst (859 comments) says:

    Internal NZFirst email:

    From: Real estate agent
    To: NZFirst

    Subject: Misunderstanding

    “Look its not my fault. Mr Peters approved leasing the office space after I told him the tenats below are involved in the gaming industry….”

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  32. joana (1,983 comments) says:

    Brownlee and fanstasy in the same sentence..Too much..way too much.

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