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Thanks again to Kenneth Irvine for spotting this Dylan Martinez photo for Reuters (appearing in today's Guardian). The (blurred) Producers poster behind him reads: 'As much fun as you can have in London with your trousers on'.
17 October 2005 in Caption competitions | Permalink
David Cameron knows how to have as much fun in London with his trousers on, thats been made wholly clear...
What an unfortunate photo!
James Maskell |
17 October 2005 at 10:15
Gerry Anderson's "The Conservatives" - coming soon to a theatre near you!
James Hellyer |
17 October 2005 at 10:19
Cameron reflects on Mail-Baiting.
Mark Fulford |
17 October 2005 at 10:39
'Try and hold the camera a bit steadier George'.
Henry Mackintosh |
17 October 2005 at 11:11
Outside London you see there's sheep n goats....... and folk who still believe Conservative policies....such fun to take for a ride...
malcolm thomas |
17 October 2005 at 12:11
Daniel, that is also below the belt if you excuse the pun. The idea of a caption competition is to get some witty and amusing suggestions. Let's have some humour please.
Selsdon Man |
17 October 2005 at 12:25
Spliffing, hey Wat!
17 October 2005 at 12:33
Leadership battle becomes even more ridiculous: Pressure mounts on Cameron to 'come clean' as other leadership contenders claim to have never removed their trousers at University.
Dr Fox says "I have seen to many bridesgrooms without their trousers come into A&E on their stag-night to take a liberal view on such matters"
'George, does that apply to short trousers?'
17 October 2005 at 12:39
I've deleted three entries that weren't either appropriate or weren't captions. I'll keep an eye on this thread!
17 October 2005 at 12:48
"I have said before I will not discuss what goes on in the privacy of my hose...."
James Burdett |
17 October 2005 at 13:14
sorry editor, I was only joking, but i was obviously the only one who thought it was funny. Please don't ban me, after all surely with a caption competition you are inviting contravertial comments.
17 October 2005 at 13:19
Can I vote any of Rob C's as being the best. Wonderful stuff! Definitely worthy of a ConservativeHome mug!
Mark Fulford |
17 October 2005 at 16:04
No, I am not prepared to undergo a body search, just read the notice!
17 October 2005 at 19:43
"There's no flys on me - an old but very vulgar saying"
Sally Rideout Baker |
20 October 2005 at 16:36
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