Friday Caption Contest: Breakdown Of Law & Order Edition
I’ve been busy all week (so not much in the way of posts for the last seven days), but I did manage to get our panel of judges together for long enough to decide the winner of last week’s competition. The obvious winner was mikey2gorgeous, with
“Sam-Cam using SRAM passes pavement parker in parka while well-met in a helmet as Tory party peddle seats at her table.“
We liked it so much that we’ve upgraded the prize - expect your 20 mile stretch of the A14 in the post any day now.
We also liked John The Monkey’s entry, which deserves a special mention for its accurate Daily Mail styling:
“BAN THIS SICK FILTH“.
This week has seen the beginnings of the breakdown of law and order. Queues at petrol stations have been bad, tempers fraying, and if the truth be known, the whole country just a fortnight away from a Mad Max style meltdown. The trouble is, with pretty much the whole of the British army deployed elsewhere, we just don’t have the resources to restore calm.
But help is at hand - our Glorious Coalition Government has called on the Special Relationship, and the Uncle Sam’s sending some of his finest to deal with the trouble before it kicks off proper:
As you can see, they won’t be relying on being able to get supplies of petrol once in the UK. The question is, what’s being said in the briefing, and what does she think about her impending deployment to the front line?
Answers vie the usual means (leave a comment below) - best one this week wins a prize that’s now beyond the reach of most: A Gregg’s Cornish Pasty.