Wednesday, August 08, 2007

The Groucho Caption

And, while you're writing the code for AutoBry, here's a caption contest. Regular readers will notice that this is Groucho Marx disguised as Nige. (My headline is a tribute to the novels of Robert Ludlum. I have read all his titles.)

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  1. Sorry about the size of the pic, I can't seem to make it bigger.

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  2. It's not easy looking like Nige. Mine's a large scotch by the way.

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  3. "Listen, asshole. You get me my money, or I'll descend on you like a shower of shit."

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  4. Instant Hilarity Kit has moderate success.

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  5. 'I don't have a photograph, but you can have my footprints. They're upstairs in my socks.'

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  6. 'Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it's too dark to read'.

    J Cheever Loophole

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  7. 'I'm struggling; 30 minutes without a cigar!"

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  8. 'I drink to make other people interesting'

    Rufus T Firefly

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  9. 'I never forget a face, but in your case I'll make an exception'.

    Wolf J Flywheel

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  10. 'My mother loved children. She would have given anything if I had been one.'

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  11. "I bumped into a old woman's facade the other day, she said "Put it right". I said "I can't, your scaffolding's collapsed!"

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  12. if only we could pick our colleagues like we pick our noses.

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  13. Are you sure that that isn't Jack Straw with new glasses and a, pre-New Labour, moustache?

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  14. The cheeks are interesting, the hair is nice, the suit, shirt, tie flattering (English men dress better than anyone -- suits so well made and fitted), but I want to see THE FACE.

    Why so coy, Nigel? No comprendo and you sure haven't explained.

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  15. Errr what are you going to do with the picture Bart?

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  16. Who are you going to believe, me or your own eyes?

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  17. Susan, a child of five would understand why Nige won't show his face. Can I suggest then that you send someone to fetch a child of five.

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  18. Ah Susan, how kind - I am dressed, needless to say, in eBay.

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  19. I should add that most British men dress very badly these days, especially at the slightest hint of Sun or Holidays. I find that if I wear decent clothes in France they naturally assume I'm a Frenchman.

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  20. "I've been told I might be the love child of Denis Healey and Hitler's mother."

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  21. Alright, so the old girl was knocking on a bit when Denis met her!

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