LDV Caption Competition | Julian Huppert “it’s all a bit of a blur” Edition

There’s no prize at stake – just the opportunity to prove you’re wittier than any other LDV reader…

Here’s rising star Dr Julian Huppert, Lib Dem MP for Cambridge, flanked by Reading councillor Daisy Benson and LibDemVoice’s own Mark Pack at a conference fringe event. What do you think they might be saying or thinking?

And the winner of our last caption comp is…

Some fantastic entries for our most recent caption competition, Hugh Grant and Nick Clegg “one for the family album” Edition.

The winner, according to The Voice’s judging panel of one, was this one by Tony Dawson, with highly commended offerings by Jamie here and LondonLiberal here.

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  • Foregone Conclusion 25th Sep '11 - 5:46pm

    Onlookers are unimpressed at Dr. Huppert’s hummingbird impression.

  • Simon Foster 25th Sep '11 - 6:17pm

    “Does what is says on the badge”:

    Julian: “I bet I can make my conference photo look more stupid that Gar…”

    Mark: “I’m afraid as the party’s legal advisor, I’m going to have to stop you there Julian!”

    Daisy: “No go on, I think you were about to mention a member of my local party then…”

    Mark: “Julian, where is your conference badge?”

  • Rachel Coleman Finch 25th Sep '11 - 9:45pm

    Stand back! I’m going to try SCIENCE.

  • Daniel Henry 25th Sep '11 - 10:36pm

    I’m not just a scientist, I can do magic too!

  • Jennie Rigg 26th Sep '11 - 1:27am

    What Rachel said. Dammit. She got here before me. I mean, the other obvious one is “BY DARWIN’S BEARD, KEEP THAT HOMEOPATH AWAY FROM ME!” but I can’t see Huppmeister J being that scared of a homeopath…

  • Neil McGovern 26th Sep '11 - 8:13am

    … and if a neutrino could go faster than light, then it might just be possible to… oh my!

  • Rachel Coleman Finch 26th Sep '11 - 9:22am

    … and that’s how I manage to be in two places at once …

  • Jonathan Monroe 26th Sep '11 - 1:16pm

    Julian: So you hold the Drosophila in one hand like this, and you twist the head off like this…
    Daisy (to Mark): What was that you were saying about the 1876 Bonkersshire by-election again?

  • Dave Warren 26th Sep '11 - 1:57pm

    Julian appears to be doing an impersonation of Bruce Forsyth

  • Adam Corlett 26th Sep '11 - 2:54pm

    …and then Nadine Dorries did *this*

  • Tony Greaves 26th Sep '11 - 4:00pm

    Huppert: I’m about to fall off my chair!
    Benson: I’m holding on to mine.
    Pack: Who the heck set me up with these two?

  • Tony Greaves 26th Sep '11 - 4:06pm

    Benson: I may be parading my stunning thighs but I didn’t think they’d turn you to jelly, Julian.
    Pack: what a pair of plonkers.

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