LDV Caption Competition: Where we plough, we win

There’s no prize at stake – just the opportunity to prove you’re wittier than any other LDV reader…
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(Photo by Ian Turgoose)

An action day this morning in Sheffield Hallam became an impromptu canvassing and snow clearing session. We know what Nick was saying while this photo was being taken, but what do you think could have been said that would have been even wittier?

And the winner of our last caption comp is…

Some fantastic entries for our most recent caption competition, “Knowing Me” Nick Clegg, “Knowing You” Steve Coogan Edition.

The winner, according to The Voice’s judging panel of one, was this one by Doktorb:

In the style of Private Eye, a single speech bubble coming out from both of their mouths:

“So what’s it like being known for just one thing no matter how often you try new material?”

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12 Comments

  • “while we are in power I promise it will never snow” Another broken promise Vote Labour.

  • Andy Williams 23rd Mar '13 - 1:28pm

    Lib Dems work all year round and as you can see from this photo, even in the Spring.

  • Richard Shaw 23rd Mar '13 - 1:47pm

    “The bad news is we’ve run out of grit; however the good news is that I heard ground cockroaches make an excellent substitute.”

  • According to my new policy(slightly amended from the manifesto), after they have paid their bond we will also insist on Hi-Vis jackets being worn by immigrants at all times.

  • SaveCleggHe'sInMess 23rd Mar '13 - 6:43pm

    Clegg ……”I used to believe in an amnesty for all illegal snowflakes.
    Since joining the Tories in government I’ve come to realise the best way of dealing with them is with a shovel.”

  • Dennis Brown 24th Mar '13 - 9:52am

    “I thought you said it would be a ‘wipeout’ not a ‘whiteout’……”

  • SaveCleggHe'sInMess 24th Mar '13 - 5:57pm

    @Peter Tyzack

    And there’ll be no s*** to shovel when the Coalition leave office ? Really ?

  • “Not enough housing? We’ll build you an igloo”

  • With our standing in the polls as low as it is we came prepared for a cool reception on the doorstep but we never expected this !

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