The LDV Saturday caption competition – the rather belated “Clegg & Cameron love-in” edition

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

(Photo via EPA/ANDY RAIN).

Here’s David Cameron with his boss, the deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg waving on the steps of Number 10 as they begin their task of leading the new coalition government. What do you reckon they might be thinking?

The winner of our most recent caption competition, the “Nick Clegg meets Tardis” edition – according to The Voice’s judging panel of one – was this one by Rob.

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  • Roger Shade 22nd May '10 - 6:02pm


  • Is this a civic partnership?

  • Andreas Christodoulo 22nd May '10 - 6:21pm

    After three weeks, the coalition finally admits the embarrassing superglue incident plaguing the leaders.

  • Just to be wacky, how about tomorrow we swap ties?

  • So if this place is so much bigger on the inside & we’re so inseparable, why do I have to share with Will whilst Gideon gets his own gaff honey?

  • Shouldn’t there be a new Poll on the right side of the page already?

  • Cheltenham Robin 22nd May '10 - 7:32pm

    Both chanting – 5 more years, 5 more years.

  • Hands up everyone who agrees with Nick!

  • ‘Before & After’ diet photo:
    “I lost 6 billion pounds thanks to the Cleggeron Diet!*

  • The most notable relationship between two public schoolboys since Bridehead Revisited.

  • Chris Mills 22nd May '10 - 8:30pm

    So when do we tell Miriam and Sam about how we feel?

  • Anthony Aloysius St 22nd May '10 - 8:46pm

    The most notable relationship between two public schoolboys since Bridehead Revisited.

    “And since Sebastian counted among the intruders his own conscience and all claims of human affection, his days in Arcadia were numbered.”

  • Nick: “Dave who on earth are those people”

    Dave: “The press Nick, you’ll get used to it”

  • “For a couple of toffs, those plebs believed everything we said Dave”.
    ” Yes Nick, I can feel the spirit of Tony Bliar going right through me”

  • Shared thought bubble: “…fuck.”

    Crude, perhaps, but sometimes the simple ones are the best.

  • “so this is what jedward felt like”

  • “I want you to lay down your life, Perkins.” “Right sir!”
    “We need a futile gesture at this stage. It will raise the whole tone of the war.” “Yessir!”
    “Get up in a crate, Perkins. Pop over to Bremen. Take a shufti. And don’t come back.” “Yessir!”
    “Goodbye, Perkins. God, I wish I was going too.” “Goodbye Sir! – Or is it au revoir?”
    “No, Perkins.”

  • Annunciation 22nd May '10 - 11:48pm

    Nick: No, I haven’t found a breach in this bulletproof glass wall, yet. Have you, my sweet little muffins?
    Dave: No, my own honey pot. Damn, I really should check that I have the keys before closing the door behind me.

  • “so dave: i’ll be batman and you can be my robin…now wave at the people be-atch?”

  • Cameron: “If you behave yourself, Dick might invite you to Bohemian Grove.”

    Clegg: “I wish you hadn’t said that.”

    Cameron: “But I did.”

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