Caption competition 07/08/09

As promised, this week was a rollover, so we have two winners:

"Things are bad when inflation affects the heads of governments personally..." - Democratus

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mcgregorian's picture

Caption Competition

mcgregorian | | Permalink

Merkel to Obama "If I was only 35 years younger, Berlusconi would look twice at me".

jimeth's picture

Caption

jimeth | | Permalink

Who said that we are all dummies with false smiles?

sluglet's picture

Make mine a double.

sluglet | | Permalink

Security guards express concerns that the "doubles" intended to distract would be terrorists aren't actually as convincing as they should be.

sluglet's picture

Goodbye Gordon!

sluglet | | Permalink

World leaders express their disappointment at the news that Gordon Brown has probably got less than 9 months left in office.

Caption competition

todger | | Permalink

When economic wisdom and charisma were being handed out, Gordon Brown was - again - at the back of the line.

Gordon Happy...

jimwatson | | Permalink

Gordon Brown is happy with the thought that if the other leaders are in front of him then they cannot possibly stab him in the back...

Team building

andrew wallace | | Permalink

when the consultant suggested a team building exercise, none of them guessed the conga would be so much fun

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Caption competition

peterlashmar | | Permalink

Gordon Brown must be useless - he's behind Lewis Hamilton.

Peter Lashmar
Lashmars (UK) Limited

peter@lashmars.co.uk

bencooper's picture

Funny?

bencooper | | Permalink

There actually is nothing funny about this lot, least of all the one at the back

bencooper's picture

The Truth

bencooper | | Permalink

Somebody gave Berlusconi £500 to start a conga, Merkel agreed to go second as long as it did not cost any German jobs, by dancing with Europe, OBama just wanted to look popular and once again Brown is at the back hoping that no one will notice his mistakes!

Checking Censorship

Anonymous | | Permalink

Am I allowed to make a comment about Brown taking up the rear?

Lure of the Lira

todger | | Permalink

Having seen how much money Tony Blair has make since stepping down from office, several others leaders are believed to be keen on following him.

sluglet's picture

La Club Slappa

sluglet | | Permalink

As Silvio Burlusconi makes a bee line for 'La Club Slappa' the others realise that putting him at the front of the conga was a serious diplomatic mistake.

Democratus's picture

Caption

Democratus | | Permalink

Even with a plastic face Gordon finds it difficult to do a convincing smile.

Democratus's picture

Caption

Democratus | | Permalink

Things are bad when inflation affects the heads of governments personally.

Democratus's picture

Caption

Democratus | | Permalink

Not so much a Take That tribute act as a ....take them away please.

Caption Competition

falconer99 | | Permalink

Conga heels

Shouldn't this be a double rollover, as I don't remember seeing the winners announced for the Harry Potter picture?

Caption

falconer99 | | Permalink

The World leaders found that, by putting masks on, they could get away with anything

Hang on!

falconer99 | | Permalink

Isn't that Gordon Brown wearing the Berlusconi mask?

Caption

dotbowkett | | Permalink

Madame Tussaud's was rather pleased with its new version of Mount Rushmore

Unlike his predecessor ...

dotbowkett | | Permalink

Barack Obama didn't keep referring to it as the Gate Summit

Don't worry, said Gordon ...

dotbowkett | | Permalink

I'll be out of office before these expenses are made public

Political Conga

rjaxford | | Permalink

So, that will be the blind leading the blind then.

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Keep them coming

Gina Dyer | | Permalink

Thanks for all your captions.

falconer99 is right, we didn't announce the winners for the last two caption competitions. We have now, so congratulations sluglet and kevlaw respectively. The winning posts are displayed in the relevant threads.

http://www.accountingweb.co.uk/topic/time-out/caption-competition-240709
http://www.accountingweb.co.uk/topic/time-out/caption-competition-170709

This week's competition is still wide open though, so keep those political puns coming!

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kevlaw | | Permalink

Despite putting on a brave face, Gordon brown knew in his heart that he had reached the end of the line.

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Follow the leader leader leader leader

BananaMan | | Permalink

Surely follow the leader only works when theres just one. As if the countries not confused enough at the moment ...

mcgregorian's picture

Teachable Moment

mcgregorian | | Permalink

Obama is saying:

"This must be another one of these teachable moments. I'm learning that I don't like getting my collar felt".

Awards

Anonymous | | Permalink

The winners parade of the "Nearly Unrecognisable Masks of the Year" awards.

Oxfam party

kevlaw | | Permalink

Everyone was enjoying themselves at the annual Oxfam masquerade party, but some party-goers were secretly dreading midnight when the masks were due to come off revealing that they weren't in disguise at all.

after summit party

kevlaw | | Permalink

Silvio Berlusconi could barely hide his delight at discovering it was possible to have fun at a party and remain fully clothed.