The LDV Saturday caption competition – ‘Pretty in Pink’ edition

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

Here’s Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, with Manchester Withington MP John Leech, visiting business leaders in Chorlton – – what do you think they might be saying to each other, or thinking about each other?

(Image courtesy of Paul Ankers blog).

The winner of the most recent caption competition, the ‘never work with children’ edition, (according to The Voice’s judging panel of one) – was Painfully Liberal.

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  • Nick said: “Encouraging people to shop locally for their unicorns isn’t just another unrealistic Lib Dem policy…”

  • “We haven’t set a date yet but we’re registered at Liberal Democrat Image.”

  • MPs take a stand against Legg rulings:

    “as far as I was aware unicorns were entirely within the rules” claimed local MP John Leech. “It would be ridiculous and unfair if I were made to pay this back when others have been allowed to claim for basilisks and moat trolls.”


    NC: “So does this powdered unicorn horn actually work then John?”
    JL: “Not if you keep the bag”


    NC: (whispers through clenched teeth): “I wanted the green one…”
    JL: (hisses aside): “and I wanted Health… smile for the camera please Nicholas…”

  • Herbert Brown 20th Dec '09 - 12:03am

    Is Nick saying “Not more than 30 women, but don’t imagine for a moment I’m going to tell you how many men”?

  • John Leech looks mighty pleased that he has the green one.

  • JL to Nick `Shouldn’ t the Lib Dems produce a sustainable `man bag`?`

  • NC “I’ve decided to show my support for “Alfie” Thomas”

  • NC “My Alma Mater, Westminster, once raced some other school* for the right to wear the colour pink. We won then (and we’ll win now!)”

    * Eton College

  • Cheltenham Robin 21st Dec '09 - 9:40pm

    John says:

    “Right Nick, now you’re nearly ready for our trip to Canal Street”

  • Nick to John, “good to see you are praticing your skills as a salesman for when you have to go back to your old job at McDonalds after getting battered at the next election”.

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