February 11th, 2013

Caption Contest Roses Winner

This week’s winner, for once the best of a fairly witty bunch, is Bill Quango MP:

“lies to the right, neighs to the left”

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25 Comments

  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    i am clueless

  2. 2
    Private Eye says:

    “lies to the right, neighs to the left”

  3. 3
    Welshracer says:

    fixed.

  4. 4
    Paniagua says:

    I demand a reHunt

  5. 6
    Interflora says:

    Fix

  6. 7
    Slimy Chuck-a-Butty says:

    congrats quango, but shouldn’t it be “lies to the left, neighs to the right” ?

  7. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Surely its, Huhne saying ‘If you take my points, I’ll sell the corpse of that old nag to my local butcher and tell him its beef?’

  8. 16
    The Third Way doesn't work either says:

    a fairly witty bunch? Dear me! Standards are slipping here. Guido would have never admitted to that before…

    Congratulations Bill! Well deserved.

    *Clenched fists and false smile*

  9. 17
    Says says:

    I am Bill Quango.

  10. 18
    Chris says:

    No, I am Bill Quango.

  11. 24
    Anonymous says:

    I was told this is where the gay whores meet.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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