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And the winner of House of Cards: Season 2 on DVD to celebrate its release on 16th June is:
Brad Pitt: Hey look, I’ve got rid of my silly, unbelievable beard.
Can the winner, and only the winner, please get in touch here to claim your prize.
In order to mark the release of House of Cards: Season 2 on Blu-ray & DVD on the 16th June, the winner of today’s caption contest will receive a copy of the must-watch television series starring Kevin Spacey.
That means you’ll be one of the first to get your hands on the DVD.
Let the butchery begin…
Comments in the comments please…
UPDATE: Now with added confusion:
What is this all over my twitter feed about eye rolling?
— Matt Hancock (@matthancockmp) June 6, 2014
“We have a lot in common Roy, you know. We both did badly at Liverpool and I may soon be left just managing England as well!”
Loads of booze, a strong line up of guests and an all round good day out, can the winner please get in touch here to claim the prize.
This week we have another two tickets to the Freedom Association’s Magna Carta Day pimms and politics boat trip on June 15. It’s a great event with loads of booze and always attracts a strong line up of guests, so the winner is in for a good day out. Details here. Make them witty…
A typically large number of unfunny entries for today’s caption contest, but the winner of two tickets to the Freedom Association’s Magna Carta Day pimms and politics boat trip is:
Pull my finger and you get an election strategy
The winner, and only the winner, can get in touch here to collect their prize…
The wittiest entry to today’s caption contest will win two tickets to the Freedom Association’s Magna Carta Day pimms and politics boat trip on June 15. Guests include Tory MP Steve ‘Sound as a Pound’ Baker and Lord Stoddart of Swindon. Details here. Make them funny…
And the winner of today’s caption contest is…
“It’s OK Mum, he promised me an IN-OUT, but only in 2017 when it’s legal.”
Drop us an email here to get your copy of Lord Tebbit’s new book.
The winner of today’s caption contest gets themselves a copy of Lord Tebbit’s brand new book “Ben’s Story“.
It is about a radioactive telekinetic Russian dog. Really.
Only entries in the comments will be accepted…
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