Sunday, September 23, 2007

Sunday Caption Competition

Picture courtesy of Stephen Tall

I'll get the ball rolling with "And I say to you all, I fully support Mr Lloyd George's plans to conquer unemployment".

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Go back to your constituencies and prepare for some infighting on local committees to discuss whether we should countenance deciding whether we are ready to share power, and who that should be with..."

Anonymous said...

"Go back to your constituencies, and prepare some Ovaltine.."

Anonymous said...

"Vote for me - Or Elspeth will be round with a rolling pin.."

Anonymous said...

"Buy an apple, and you'll find out why 1894 won't be like 1894.."

Anonymous said...

"You say that I'm getting on in years - but they are fewer than the combined age of David Owen & David Steel's leadership.."

Anonymous said...

"..but I'm still fitter than that scamp Iain Dale, who likes to think that he's younger than me.."

Anonymous said...

"Better an Old Scotsman than a Young Turk.."

Daily Referendum said...

Oh dear. I wish I had put on those darker trousers.

Alfie said...

I am the leader of the Lib Dems - and if you don't behave yourself, I'll set Mini-Ming onto you!

Bayleaf said...

Thinks "Hmmmm. The last urinal I visited wasn't being monitored on a big screen..."

Chris Paul said...

Mr Lloyd-George knew a good war when he saw one coming.

"Thrilling to the trumpet call of war" said the poet WN Hodgson as more than 2 million idiot patriots marched off to death and glory in the trenches.

Since that great day - 4 August 1914 - every single Liberal Government has rejoiced in our peerless reputation as War Party par excellence.

brown's paper envelopes said...

"Vote for me and I'll give you £75 in a brown paper envelope."

Oh sorry, wrong Scotsman, wrong party.

Anonymous said...

"You'll all be 66 one day. Let's hope you'll be able take it as well as dish it."

SimonW said...

"Go back to your constituencies and buy Iain Dales's Guide to Political Blogging"

tapestry said...

With Gordon as PM, even my speeches seem relatively lively.

david steele said...

One last heave.

Geezer said...

"The top priority for the Liberal Democrats will be SANATOGEN! SANATOGEN! SANATOGEN!"

HF said...

Where's my Werthers originals?

You are all doing veeeery well.

Nurse.

Go back to your constituencies and prepare for unemployment.

michael m said...

" And to get you in the right mood, even the television picture is in sepia"

Anonymous said...

"Of course the health and safety regulations mean that when I'm finally under it this fine headstone will have to be laid on its side."

Marquee Mark said...

For the only time in his career, Ming Campbell towers head and shoulders over someone....

machiavelli said...

"Why have they boxed-in my Zimmer...?"

Anonymous said...

I am the very model of a modern Party Leader,
I've information socialogical, psychological, and ministerial,
I know the laws of England, and I quote the Bills historical
From Women's Emanicipation to Maastricht, in order categorical;
I'm very well acquainted, too, with matters all political,
I understand voting rights, both the simple and inscrutable,
About the Labour Party's plans I'm teeming with a lots of facts
plus many cheerful ideas about Lib-Lab pacts
I'm very good at fudging and trimming policy as I go;
And I know the telephone numbers of key editors in the media
In short, in matters political, procedural, and with others in the know ,
I am the very model of a modern Party leader.

Paul Burgin said...

And it gives me great pleasure to give this award to our oldest member. Please step forward... Hang on, thats me!

Damon Lord said...

Now it's time for LD karaoke!

"Don't leave me this way.
I can't survive..."

Anonymous said...

In space, no-one can hear you scream.

Norfolk Blogger said...

The Ming at the back is saying "I will call him Mini Ming"

David said...

This uniquely British cult of youth is ridiculous. The next president of the United States is 72 - www.ronpaul2008.com.

Benny said...

"Who stole my logos??? I could be anyone!"

M. Hristov said...

You can't beat experience, as Mr Gladstone told me when I went round to Number 10 for tea.
But I'm still "with it" I can make a joke from an early 1980's spoof soap opera, "Falcon Crest". Oh, I'm sorry its called "Soap" and another thing, Ronnie Reagan has to stop being so beastly to the Soviets.

Anonymous said...

Big cock, little cock.

(In honour of Cbeebies' "Big Cook, Little Cook")

Anonymous said...

"Pardon me, but has anyone found some dentures and a bus pass lying around?"

Fidothedog said...

"I shall be in the remake of Flash Gordon..."