Friday Caption Contest (Burnham Death Star Edition)

Friday Caption Contest (Tinfoil Hat Edition)

Entries in the comments…

And the Winner Is…

Bobski with…

“Grab ’em by the Posey!”

Get in touch (team@order-order.com) with the details of your Valentine and Arena Flowers will send the bouquet on its way…

Valentine’s Day Prize Competition

Wednesday is Valentine’s Day chaps, so we have got together with our friends at Arena Flowers to to offer a timely beautiful bouquet sent to the Valentine of the wittiest caption writer for the above picture. Entries in the comments!

Avoid the doghouse if you don’t win and order a proper bunch of Valentine’s flowers for your other half (or someone you’d like to be your other half) from the UK’s most ethical florist. Guido Fawkes readers can nab a massive 15% off by using code Guido. Last orders for free Valentine’s delivery are before 1pm on 13th Feb!

Friday Caption Competition: Half-Baked Response Edition

Stir up some trouble in the comments…

Friday Caption Contest: Promises, Promises Edition

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Friday Caption Contest: Hide Jez Edition

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Brexit Bouquet Caption Competition Winner

Guido’s caption competition winner this week is bannedbythetelegraph with: “Clowns accuse Labour leadership of giving them a bad name.” Barely deserved…

Will the winner please email team@order-order.com with their postal address as quickly as possible.

Entries for the week before last’s cap comp were so poor that the prize has been withdrawn. Up your game…

Friday Caption Contest: Shadowy Chancellor Edition

We’ve teamed up with Arena Flowers this week to give today’s winner a special, one off prize for the Brexiteer in their life, a red, white and blue Valentine’s bouquet:

If you don’t win you can still get 10% off your Valentine’s bouquet using the code “guido” from ArenaFlowers.com.

Entries only accepted in the comments…

Friday Caption Competition: Boulton Woz ‘Ere Edition

Entries in the comments please...

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