Thursday, June 28, 2007

Caption contest

The scene: New Labour's birthplace and heartland, a few hours after Mr Blair's resignation took effect:

Two bottles of the Real Ale of your choice (sent anywhere in t'world) for the best caption.
caption@plimpton.org

The replies thus far:
  • Damo from London:
    • "Gordon impatiently kept an eye on his stuff and awaited the removal van to get into Number 10..."
  • Iam from Hackney:
    • “good riddance to bad rubbish”
    • “where's that paddle?”
    • “all the new ideas are on the pallet”
  • Simon from Sydney:
    • "Shredders working overtime/Tryin to taste the difference/Tween a lemon and a lime"
    • "As well as peace in the Middle East and solving global warming, Blair's
      term in office helped achieve the UK's complete independence from
      imports of Hamster bedding."
  • Pugsley from Sydney:
    • "CHANGES TO NEW LABOUR UNDER THE STEWARDSHIP OF GORDON BROWN – RUBBISH!!"
  • Holly from Sydney:
    • "Will anyone think to glue those shredded pages back together?"
    • "Dodgy Dossier Dump!"
  • Hanesy from West London:
    • "all the evidence was ready to go up....all that was needed was a match"
  • Nick in the Swedish Forests:
    • "No more spin"
  • Danny from Adelaide:
    • "It was a great relief to Gordon to finally find all the mail that had been stolen from his letterbox at No 10."

4 comments:

Damo from London said...

"Gordon impatiently kept an eye on his stuff and awaited the removal van to get into Number 10..."

iam said...

'good riddance to bad rubbish'

iam said...

where's that paddle

iam said...

all the new ideas are on the pallet