Friday, September 14, 2007

The Caravan Caption


21 comments:

  1. as the morning fog lifted, they realized they must have taken a wrong turn south of Perpignan.

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  2. Sunday Times journalist in love nest with gushing woman shock

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  3. ...I remember when all this was fallow fields, somewhere honest folk could leave a broken fridge-freezer before cutting and running...

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  4. so, when you offered to read that bloke's tea leaves last night, didn't you notice anything about taking our Landrover without consent?

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  5. ''Either it's still night or someone's nicked our window!''

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  6. ''...I wouldn't mind, but three of them Poles have just asked if we want our hardstanding tarmaced!''

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  7. I was Foreign Secretary once Bert. Lovely curtains in that Carlton House Terrace.

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  8. I don't mean to sound blasphemous but I don't believe the heather really works.

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  9. 'Bank of England admits Northern Rock's head office move clinched case for 'last resort' help'

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  10. ''what we really dream of is getting a little place in the country, something old and wooden with horse shit around the door...''

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  11. I-Spy Book of Parliament.

    Margaret Beckett MP (2 points)

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  12. Here we were minding our own business, and when we woke up we'd been invaded by houses.

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  13. Caravans: Sheds for Nomads or Holidaying for the mildly agoraphobic? Never leave home without bringing a little part of it with you.

    this one cries out for some adornment in the style of WW2 aircraft. it looks like the head of an exotic, toucan-like bird. Or maybe a custard slice. In fact, why do British caravans look like they've all been cut from one much wider vehicle, like slices of a big white loaf?

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  14. "We're all going on a summer holiday"
    ...
    "We're going where the sun shines brightly.
    We're going where the sea is blue.
    We've seen it in the movies.
    Now let's see if its true." - tra-la-la

    What a dismal scene! Every awful summer holiday I can remember all rolled into one, with the threat of enforced jollity thrown in.

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  15. Oh, Una Stubbs! A name to rival Nadine Baggott though she didn't need the Olay, it seems. How is it that some faces hardly change with time?

    Melvyn Hayes! another. Not to mention his holiness, Le Cliff. I think that film was cursed.

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  16. Affordable home in Brancaster!!!

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  17. fridge-freezer comment is priceless, ian. you shall never lose your crown as the Caption King.

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  18. Study for "The Laughing Caravaner" by Frans Prozac

    The home of Mr Cy Borg. Please knock first, then ask his fifth head whether you may enter

    Revolutionary new Mars lander unveiled - British scientists "over the moon"

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  19. Top Gear caravan stunt goes horribly wrong as door handle is positioned too high to enable Richard Hammond to escape.

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  20. Court of Appeal awards damages for family holiday ruined when public repeatedly mistakes caravan for deluxe portable loo.

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