December 17th, 2012

Caption Contest Winner

3Friday’s caption contest winner is ‘Dennis MacShane’s Shed’, with just about the only publishable entry:

“That Mitchell and Webbed Look.”

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17 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Congratulations winner!

    • 14
      Dianne Abbott says:

      Yes I’m stilling rolling around the floor in a fit of hysterical laughter at the winners answer.

      • 16
        Sir William W says:

        I can’t see the connection between ‘webbed’ and toy fish. If they were toy ducks, now….

    • 17
      British Bullshite Company says:

      That was the winner??? gawd almighty. Give up Frankie Boyle, people’s brains are fried these days. Bluddy mobile phones.

      Another fix.

  2. 2
    Nigel Farage says:

    Third !

  3. 3
    Nick Clegg says:

    Fourth

  4. 4
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Boom tish – appalling and appealing.

  5. 5
    We'll See says:

    that’s shit

  6. 7
    He who no longer posts says:

    I’m probably the only person who doesn’t even bloody well understand it…

    • 9
      clueless says:

      You are not alone. Perhaps Guido’s R & M mentality explains his choice of a [worthy] winner

      • 11
        Gwido's spokesperson says:

        Despite my excesses, my appetite and love for life, I am a free being, Sir, and will remain polite…

    • 13
      Ed it's a secret how my family made all our money Miliband says:

      Didn’t that Webb chappie swim the channel, maybe that’s the link.

      • 15
        STROPPYCOW says:

        Excellent choice G’weed o and well done D Mc Shed – although hate seeing that name repeated on here.

  7. 8
    Jacob Zumba says:

    This is a fix, I demand a recount

  8. 10
    Guido's PR company says:

    Flush Posh I say

    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/rehab/view/288284/Spice-Girls-feud-with-Victoria-Beckham-played-up/

    And create another one (in plastic)….

    • 12
      Poly Toynbee says:

      I can’t understand why the Daily Star circulation is not 10 million a day. It would be if I was a a a column writer for them.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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