Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Caption Compo

I lifted this pic from the excellent latest Daily Mash story.
Given the recent death of both of these gallant warriors, I thought it warranted a compo.
What is the man on the right saying, or what are the splendid chaps thinking?
I know I'm just back, but Glorious Goodwood has started, the folks have just pitched up with cellar baskets full of great vintages, and blogging time will be at a premium.

16 comments:

rvi said...

The two gentlemen in the wheelchairs were clearly thinking: "Oh sh*t, Jonah has just wished us long life and happiness".

Elby The Beserk said...

"Do that again and I'll break your neck"

Anonymous said...

Farqs here:

"They hand these out for conspicuous bravery in the face of the enemy and extreme devotion to duty in the service of our nation. That explains why we have them........and you don't".

electro-kevin said...
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electro-kevin said...

"Look, Old Boy ! I don't give a fig how many medals you have. I'm the expert on bravery here. I've written books on the subject, you know."

killemallletgodsortemout said...

"Touch my medals again, you snot-gobbling, thieving, lying, rockinghorse-riding homo and I'll get out of this chair and rip your scotch head off".

Philipa said...

I'm sorry, Idle I just can't find the man funny - the only thing that keeps coming into my head (pardon the language) is Brown dribbling rehearsed crap to people who put their lives at risk to keep us free, and them thinking 'you've sold us down the river, you lot have all sold out and our boys are still dying'.

Perhpas if MP's were to nearly drown in the trenches for just one week and then shot at then maybe that would change their attitude to military decisions and resources for military personnel. Give me a gun - I used to be a good shot. Grrr

Perhaps the old soldiers are thinking 'oh f-off, tosser'

Sorry I get a bit het-up about such things. I remember sitting with my sister whilst her husband was out in the gulf, not knowing whether he would be alive tommorow.

Bill Quango MP said...

Gordon is saying..
"I used to watch your show all the time. Young Mr Grace. Hilarious. But Mr. Humphries, he was my favourite. That John Inman.
I always liked to watch him. I don't know why."

idle said...

PM: "My advisors told me that if I put my arm on your shoulder and look concerned my ratings will improve"

Hero: "My advisors told me that I should avoid your breath"

lilith said...

Can I borrow your medals?

Scrobs... said...

Brown 'I thought you'd like to know that I'm cutting your benefits - it's the best thing for you, and I know these things'.

Scrobs... said...

Pasty faced unpleasant looking politician 'I'm sure that if the Labour Party had been around when you were in your war, you wouldn't have been here today'!

Bill Quango MP said...
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Bill Quango MP said...

'The troop casualties just keep mounting.Our force numbers are getting a bit low. So if you could help us out in Afghanistan for a few tours.."

"What ...again? I've been out there twice already. 1839 and 1880. And we had better kit then."

electro-kevin said...

"One question, Mr Brown. If operation Panther's Claw is successful where on earth are we going to get our poppies from next year ???"

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