Caption contest: Wake up and smell the coffee Nick

December 2, 2011 12:04 pm

No prizes this week, but the picture was too good to miss. Leave your captions in the comments below – and behave…

  • Spicetrader

    How do the people at #occupyLSE drink this stuff?

  • Rosie2k

    Hello, is that Tory HQ? Clegg, here. Could you courier over a clean tie? Over and out.

  • http://www.facebook.com/danroberts1 Daniel Roberts

    Herp derp.. if I blow in my mug I can makes an elephants noises hurrr hurrr

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Brewster/723066885 Steven Brewster

    What’s that? Rank ambition, blatant opportunism and the horrified anger of the majority of Lib Dem voters? Sorry ladies, all I can smell is coffee…

  • http://twitter.com/Reddebrek Red Mike

    “How did my self respect squeeze into such a small cup?”

  • Hugh

    Unexpected demonstrator  caught taking a break at Occupy London.

  • Ewanme

    Is that how rich people take their marching powder these days then , Ethel ??

    E x .

  • http://twitter.com/SirTrevSkint who goes home

    For Christ sakes beam me up Vince!

  • Disgusted of Neasden

    Another Deputy PM tries to eat all the pies.

  • John Ruddy

    You’re public sector worker! The Daily Mail warned me you’d be after my coffee! Gerrof!

  • Dave Postles

    ‘I thought he ordered a mocha’
    ‘Yeah, but I thought he’d had the piss taken out of him too much already, poor Nick’

  • Bah Humbug

    So this apprenticeship scheme trains you to cool executive tea? How am I doing? Oops, slight dribble there.

  • Anonymous

    Gosh! The smell. Can’t they afford Chanel?

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