Caption competition: November 18, 2017by The Listener
Boris Johnson: “This looks like Theresa’s paddle – she’s further up the creek.” – Bill Grant, Napier
Boris: “Putin does judo. I row.” – Michael Ramsay, Queenstown
Boris: “Who says I’m always sticking my oar in?” – Hans Zindel, Palmerston North
Survivor Westminster: Boris grabs the only boat, leaving Theresa marooned on Brexit Island – Paul Kelly, Palmerston North
Boris: “Tell Theresa I’ll row her boat, too.” – Colleen Pilcher, Waitakere
Boris: “We should avoid too much Labour and just row Conservatively.” – David Sellars, Honikiwi
Boris: “I’m oarsome.” – Rex McGregor, Auckland
Email your captions for the photo above with “Caption Competition No 256” in the subject line. Alternatively, entries can be posted to “Caption Competition No 256”, NZ Listener, Private Bag 92512, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141. Entries must be received by noon, Tuesday, November 21.
Copies of The Mountain Between Us, the Charles Martin disaster-romance book made into a movie starring Kate Winslet; and Strange Weather, four novellas by Joe Hill.
This article was first published in the November 18, 2017 issue of the New Zealand Listener.
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