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Caption Competition results

13:12 UK time, Friday, 1 December 2006

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It's time for the caption competition results.

This week's picture showed Save the Children launching its Christmas fundraising effort with a festive lunch for the characters fronting its online Wish List campaign. But what was being said?

1. Graham Blanchard
We were warned about eating at the sushi bar.

2. Matt
Michael hated Christmas, but the LSD made it easier to bear.

3. Gareth Jones
Take That: The Wilderness Years

4. Stig
Out of work actors are for life, not just for Christmas.

5. Andy G
The moment during the family Christmas lunch that Pete Docherty realised he needed help.

6. Nigel Macarthur
Anyone orders the nut cutlets, I'm out of here.

Comments

  1. At 03:31 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Tim Francis-Wright wrote:

    Blimey! The spirits of Christmas Dinners Past, Present, and Future!

  2. At 03:32 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Michael Daw wrote:

    Polonium 210: the warning signs

  3. At 03:34 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Andy, Leeds, UK wrote:

    Rod, Jane and Freddie went downhill when Bungle, Zippy and George quit Rainbow.

  4. At 03:34 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    GM foods, their true legacy.

  5. At 03:37 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Rob Falconer wrote:

    This year, the Queen wasn't quite ready for her Speech when the cameras started rolling a little early

  6. At 03:37 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pete C wrote:

    The vision of Ellie, Goat and Peanut were enough to put Jill off serving Hash cakes at dinner again.

  7. At 03:38 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Tony Doyle wrote:

    So you're an elephant and you're a goat... what the hell am I?

  8. At 03:38 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    Gordon, will stop acting the goat.

  9. At 03:38 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Mike Harper wrote:

    In a protest of celebrity chefs encouraging more exotic meats being eaten at the Christmas table, the trio sat down to a lovely piece of Roast Jamie-Oliver's-Overly-Large-Tongue.

  10. At 03:40 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    I've never been to a wake that was this much fun before.

  11. At 03:40 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pete C wrote:

    Peanut was happy once goaty sat between him and that horrid elephant.

  12. At 03:43 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Mary wrote:

    The annual General Meeting of elephants, sheep and .....eh monkey nuts?

  13. At 03:43 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Nigel Macarthur wrote:

    It says, "This product may contain nuts."

  14. At 03:44 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pete C wrote:

    Theirs was a lonely christmas party. No-one outside of accounting had spoken to them all night.

  15. At 03:44 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Mark Esdale wrote:

    Remind me, Comrade, what are the side effects of Polonium?

    or

    Ah, Barbar, you were right when you said I'd meet all sorts at this party

  16. At 03:48 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Martin Payne wrote:

    Someone's taken the Mickey!

  17. At 03:48 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Nigel Macarthur wrote:

    The Roslin Institute can't clone like they used to.

  18. At 03:51 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Gareth Jones, Isle of Anglesey wrote:

    May contain Nuts

  19. At 03:51 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Graham wrote:

    Caption - Aren't we getting our nuts out of proportion?

  20. At 03:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, dave wrote:

    Elephant - When I said I wanted Spotted Dick for tea...

  21. At 03:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Lucy wrote:

    "What do you get if you cross an elephant, a yak and a squashed chocolate chip cookie..."

  22. At 03:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Gareth Jones, Isle of Anglesey wrote:

    I'm completely stuffed ...

  23. At 03:53 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Nigel Macarthur wrote:

    Remember - no yakking!

  24. At 03:53 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Lee Pike wrote:

    Yak was getting tired of hearing elephant ask "Can you see me nuts?" to his other friend, monkey nut.

  25. At 03:54 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Andy wrote:

    'These cracker jokes get worse: "There was an elephant, a yak and a peanut...."'

  26. At 03:54 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pete C wrote:

    Only Elephant and Peanut found the one about the Goat and the blender funny.

  27. At 03:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Robin, Edinburgh wrote:

    Pete Docherty's Christmas Dinners were always fun

    Or

    The Eastenders Christmas Special took a surreal turn

    Or

    From left to right: Prince Charles, Camilla and Prince Philip celebrating the festive season.

  28. At 03:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Valérie Falconer wrote:

    George began to suspect that somebody had slipped something into his sherry

  29. At 03:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Amy wrote:

    The peanut didn't realise that being invited to tea meant being seated across from the elephant.

  30. At 03:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Gareth Jones, Isle of Anglesey wrote:

    I prefer these to the blue silk robes we all wore last week ...

  31. At 03:56 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Carol wrote:

    I dunno, who IS going to blow out the candles?

  32. At 03:57 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Nigel Macarthur wrote:

    The Paternity-Test-Will-Be-A-Laugh family sit down to enjoy their Christmas dinner.

  33. At 04:00 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Lee Pike wrote:

    So it was ironic that with no real mouths, the 'Save the Children' festive lunch went in the bin.

  34. At 04:02 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Tony Doyle wrote:

    At the Oval office Christmas Party, George Bush forgets his fancy dress costume...

  35. At 04:03 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Rick wrote:

    OK who laced the Christmas cake with LSD ?

  36. At 04:04 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Mike wrote:

    Caption: "Christmas Crackers just aren't what they used to be..."
    "Yes, all I got in mine was this Elephant!"

  37. At 04:06 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pix6 wrote:

    Guests feel stuffed after lunch at plush hotel.

  38. At 04:06 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Ed Loach wrote:

    Why didn't you tell me that you're a vegetarian?

  39. At 04:08 PM on 30 Nov 2006, David Hazel wrote:

    Sprouts? Yak!

  40. At 04:14 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Michael Brown wrote:

    Jimmy Carter's campaign manager decided to attend the annual White House Christmas reunion for Presidential Campaign Mascots in the Oval Office

  41. At 04:14 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Eva Penny wrote:

    Study shows that British customers prefer a GM Xmas feast.

  42. At 04:15 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Nickl wrote:

    Cold turkey anyone?

  43. At 04:15 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    Who you calling 'Big Ears'?

  44. At 04:15 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Michael Brown wrote:

    Quick guys, let's eat all the Jammy Dodgers before Blobby gets here!

  45. At 04:15 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Tony Doyle wrote:

    After Michael Grade's move to ITV, the football mascot version of 'I'm a Celebrity' really wasn't one of his better ideas...

    or

    After Michael Grade's move to ITV, the football mascot version of 'I'm a Celebrity' failed to improve their ratings...

  46. At 04:16 PM on 30 Nov 2006, sarah wrote:

    Yak had a tough time stopping Elephant from eating the other dinner guest.

  47. At 04:17 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Vicky wrote:

    You pay peanuts..you get elephants and yaks...

  48. At 04:18 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Michael Brown wrote:

    There's something about this sushi which isn't quite right!

  49. At 04:18 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    Freemason rituals, the truth.

  50. At 04:19 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Tony Doyle wrote:

    Britney, Paris and Lindsay go into hiding...

  51. At 04:21 PM on 30 Nov 2006, JoviAli wrote:

    Bush, Blair and Putin discuss the minimal effects of radiation exposure.

  52. At 04:22 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Snoop wrote:

    Pretty obvious which one of us is going to be here for lunch on Boxing Day.

  53. At 04:23 PM on 30 Nov 2006, JoviAli wrote:

    "What's all this nonsense about radiation being bad for you?" said George as Tony and Vladimer looked on

  54. At 04:23 PM on 30 Nov 2006, DR wrote:

    "I wish you'd stop yak'ing, you're driving me nuts."

  55. At 04:24 PM on 30 Nov 2006, JoviAli wrote:

    "Does this have nuts in, 'cos I'm allergic"

  56. At 04:25 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Stuart wrote:

    "Great party, Ming..."

  57. At 04:26 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Michael Brown wrote:

    Sings of desepration over Iraq were starting to show as the President's newly appointed creative team began work in the Oval Office

  58. At 04:30 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Martyn Hutchby wrote:

    Sorry chaps, I couldn't eat another thing. I'm stuffed.

  59. At 04:33 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Steven Gray wrote:

    The non-flame retardant chums live life on the edge.

  60. At 04:35 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Candace wrote:

    "Honey, I don't think those were Chanterelle mushrooms you found."

  61. At 04:37 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Keith wrote:

    But, you didn't explain you meant one wish each!

  62. At 04:40 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Jon Speechley wrote:

    "Yo Tony!, Vlad! Did I tell you that I picked the mushrooms in that stuffing all by myself?"

  63. At 04:42 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Catherine O wrote:

    The wine's corked.

  64. At 04:44 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Jon Speechley wrote:

    "I'm trying to tell you that guy is nuts, but all I'm getting from you is yak, yak, yak."

  65. At 04:44 PM on 30 Nov 2006, ian wrote:

    The Perils of Jamie Oliver's LSD enhanced turkey recipe

  66. At 04:44 PM on 30 Nov 2006, John Pritt wrote:

    We apologise for posting the wrong picture from the world leader's meeting in Hanoi last week. The picture we should have posted is this one.

  67. At 04:45 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Candace wrote:

    "A proper animal?! A gnu you are, but what am I?!"

  68. At 04:47 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pix6, Vienna wrote:

    Beast feast.

  69. At 04:48 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    So, if you're a yak and not a goat, and you're a peanut and not a banana, what does that make me?

  70. At 04:50 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Kip wrote:

    Now that Turkey Lurkey was finished the Peanut was looking worried.

  71. At 04:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Vegan wrote:

    Save the children... for main course! More roast toddler, anyone ?

  72. At 04:53 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Kip wrote:

    Barbar considered the possibilities of goat with peanut stuffing.

  73. At 04:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, John Coulthard wrote:

    Actually, yes, my label DOES say "May Contain Nuts".

  74. At 04:57 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Kieran Boyle wrote:

    I know sprouts would have been safer than Pick-Your-Own mushrooms, but hey, let's party!

  75. At 04:58 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Valerie Falconer wrote:

    Alice begun to think she shouldn't have eaten the cake ...

  76. At 05:06 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Pix6, Vienna wrote:

    Ambassador, with all this stuffing, you are really spoiling us.

  77. At 05:07 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    Al-Qaeda really knew how to enjoy the festive season.

  78. At 05:08 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Ben wrote:

    "What happens when you cross a Goat with an Owl?"

    Billy didn't like where Mr Peanuthead was going with this...

  79. At 05:13 PM on 30 Nov 2006, andrew wrote:

    Prince Philip: ''I thought the Children's theme was for the summer garden party only, Liz. No one mentioned it being for our Christmas lunch too.......''

  80. At 05:15 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Paul Robinson wrote:

    "What sort of mushrooms were in those vol-au-vents?"

  81. At 05:18 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Suz wrote:

    "I'm never drinking again!" thought Zippy.

  82. At 05:19 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Valerie Falconer wrote:

    Breakfast was always like this at Pete Doherty's

  83. At 05:24 PM on 30 Nov 2006, David wrote:

    "... but deep down, I'm crying inside"

  84. At 05:25 PM on 30 Nov 2006, David wrote:

    "Typical. Once again nothing suitable for vegetarians."

  85. At 05:26 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Nickl wrote:

    Big Cook Little Cook's Kitchen Nightmares

  86. At 05:28 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon wrote:

    New ultrasound techniques show cuddly toy animals in the room.

  87. At 05:29 PM on 30 Nov 2006, John Sinclair wrote:

    Babar Fat sheep Great big hairy fool.
    Help to make their stockings full.


  88. At 05:31 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Andy Fisher wrote:

    Upon closer inspection Nut realised that the invitation actually said 'Dress Fancy' for dinner.

  89. At 05:32 PM on 30 Nov 2006, P Anghelides wrote:

    The candidate list for Deputy PM gets longer each day.

  90. At 05:37 PM on 30 Nov 2006, John Sinclair wrote:

    Ok. Who sent my ex the Ouiji board?

  91. At 05:40 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Anne wrote:

    Is the Peanut saying "I'm a shellebrity, get my yak a beer!"?

  92. At 05:51 PM on 30 Nov 2006, michael fotios wrote:

    If Carlsberg did zoos..

  93. At 05:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, David Cope wrote:

    Terry wished that he hadn't eaten ALL of the magic mushrooms for his starter.

  94. At 05:57 PM on 30 Nov 2006, David Cope wrote:

    The England rugby bosses were struggling to find a replacement coach for the national side.

  95. At 05:57 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Phil wrote:

    Yak was slightly nervous, sitting between Elephant and Peanut

  96. At 05:57 PM on 30 Nov 2006, John Sinclair wrote:

    The Los Alamos test site party, was about to come to an abrupt end.

  97. At 05:59 PM on 30 Nov 2006, michael fotios wrote:

    The Queen tries to liven up her Christmas speech.

  98. At 05:59 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Stephen C, Winchester wrote:

    "The Elephant laughed ... and the Yak hit the Nut with a Spoon."
    or
    "Nut became nervous when Yak mentioned Crackers."

  99. At 06:03 PM on 30 Nov 2006, michael fotios wrote:

    "Right, time for Twister!"

  100. At 06:33 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Andy G wrote:

    The effects of polonium 210 in the mince pies

  101. At 07:06 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Darren wrote:

    "I said COME AS A MONKEY, you NUT!"

  102. At 07:16 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Susan wrote:

    Elephant " Well I must say,this is the most upmarket Zoo I've ever been in"

  103. At 07:17 PM on 30 Nov 2006, W Mobberley wrote:

    Viewers were beginning to suspect that BBC coverage of the acquittal of Nick Griffin and Mark Collett was deliberately biased and intended to make them look stupid.

  104. At 07:40 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Robbie wrote:

    Caption Comp: Government officials who were caught in the recent alpha radiation leak, insist that there were no major side effects. In fact Toni Blair.......

  105. At 07:43 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Greg Foulkes wrote:

    "So, whats for desert?"

    "Chocolate moose..."

  106. At 07:45 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Mike, Newcastle upon Tyne wrote:

    The Farepack directors felt the need for disguises while enjoying their own Christmas dinner.

  107. At 07:51 PM on 30 Nov 2006, John Thompson wrote:

    Mildred - are you sure that it was brandy that you laced the Christmas Pudding with?

  108. At 07:51 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Candace wrote:

    Mr Peanut decides it's time to make the Pillsbury Doughboy an offer he can't refuse.

  109. At 07:51 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Alan wrote:

    After being soundly ridiculed in the previous competition, Messrs Bush, Putin and Jintao adopt more impenetrable disguises.

  110. At 07:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Christian Haythorn wrote:

    I know a charity is trying to save money for the poor, but only giving us half a turkey...?

  111. At 07:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Don Wilson wrote:

    Pass the peanut,please.

  112. At 08:39 PM on 30 Nov 2006, SaneScientist wrote:

    It was when the beginning of his favourite joke was changed to "There was an elephant, a yak and a peanut", that Bernard Manning finally conceded defeat to the forces of political correctness and retired.

  113. At 08:41 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Stig wrote:

    Out of work actors are for life, not just for Christmas..

  114. At 08:46 PM on 30 Nov 2006, sarah trieste italy wrote:

    You beasts! You said it was a fancy dress party!

    or

    You beasts! You said it wasn't a fancy dress party!

  115. At 08:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Stig wrote:

    I don't always play elephants you know, I could have been in Eastenders once. Pass the salt..

  116. At 09:13 PM on 30 Nov 2006, James Hayward wrote:

    "We the jury find the defendant...."

  117. At 09:46 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Darren Skinner wrote:

    The three wise men dressed for the occasion.

  118. At 09:54 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Rory wrote:

    Caution, may contain nuts!

  119. At 09:58 PM on 30 Nov 2006, MCK wrote:

    Dad couldn't tell if it was the whiskey or the undercooked turkey that was causing the hallucinations.

  120. At 10:02 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Santa Clause 007 wrote:

    Christmas time is a time I hate, but have a go-at it anyway Cate!

  121. At 10:02 PM on 30 Nov 2006, David Devine wrote:

    I'm feeling rather trunk after that beer.
    Giraffe to make so much fuss.
    Cow much have you drunk...

  122. At 10:03 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Keri Hutchings wrote:

    "Why does HE get to wear his hat at an angle?"

  123. At 10:31 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Anonymous wrote:

    Larry the Lambs Bar Mitzvah was a great success.

  124. At 10:42 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Scott Humm wrote:

    Caution: may contain nuts.

  125. At 11:00 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Tony Doyle wrote:

    Is it really a peanut, I assumed it was a headless giraffe?

  126. At 11:02 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Kate wrote:

    Some nut allergy reactions are more serious than others

  127. At 11:03 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Anna Lilley wrote:

    Britney, Paris and Lindsay take the tabloids' Cover-Up Campaign literally.

  128. At 11:21 PM on 30 Nov 2006, neil haddock wrote:

    Caption Competition team finally loses the plot.....

  129. At 11:27 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Warwick wrote:

    After last week's complaint's about appearing in costume for the caption competition, Bush, Putin and Hu were even less impressed with their reunion costumes.

  130. At 11:33 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    And the winner of the raffle for a free dry clean is...

  131. At 11:39 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    Sprouts and a novelty costume were an unfortunate combination.

  132. At 11:45 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Leon wrote:

    Bush, Putin & Hu: "This is getting too much!"

  133. At 11:52 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Kim Li wrote:

    Christmas at the Jacko household

  134. At 11:55 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Rob wrote:

    Peanut to Yak: My, what a small elephant...

  135. At 11:57 PM on 30 Nov 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    And I'd like to express our deep sorrow for Sooty's role in the treatment of Sweep.

  136. At 01:15 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Leon wrote:

    The Three Tenors' first attempt to go out incognito ran into some teething problems.

  137. At 01:37 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Simon Rooke wrote:

    I say, my peanut's got no nose. How does he smell? Peanutty!

  138. At 01:54 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Kevin Riggs wrote:

    Elephant: "I'm Stuffed"

  139. At 01:58 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Kevin Riggs wrote:

    Elephant: "Oops..... did anyone bring the carpet cleaner?"

  140. At 04:03 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Leon wrote:

    Ponting, McGrath & Warne were not amused by the handicap system put in place for the Second Test.

  141. At 06:33 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Roger wrote:

    Peanut: Look, I've found another elephant joke in the crackers ...

  142. At 07:17 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Sarah, Trieste, Italy wrote:

    "We three kings from Orient are...."

  143. At 07:33 AM on 01 Dec 2006, TIM McMahon wrote:


    1)The P.M. and opposition leaders have a festive brunch ?
    2)Who-dunnit?It's the peanut !
    3)'I'm a Celebrity' grand final ?
    4)Britney lunches with Hilton & Lohan...
    5)Michael Grades' defection scores its first casuality ?

  144. At 07:34 AM on 01 Dec 2006, TIM McMahon wrote:


    Farepak bosses lunch without shame ?

  145. At 07:48 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Martin Payne wrote:

    Nellie the Elepghant packed her trunk ... but stayed for a little snack before she went

  146. At 07:51 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Martin Payne wrote:

    Nellie wished for a jumbo sized peanut .... ta-dah!

  147. At 08:07 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Michael Brown wrote:

    And the holder of the next ticket wins a can of Fanta!

  148. At 08:11 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Michael Brown wrote:

    The backstage party at the Animals reunion concert was more sedate than in the sixties.

  149. At 08:13 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Karl Walde wrote:

    "You know, I once worked as the mascot for Man Utd"

  150. At 08:24 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Nigel Macarthur wrote:

    The elephant is reminded it is good manners to use a spoon for the soup.

  151. At 08:24 AM on 01 Dec 2006, JR wrote:

    Tony Blair's latest cabinet reshuffle shows us just how worried he is about Brown supporters conspiring against him

  152. At 08:27 AM on 01 Dec 2006, martin wrote:

    I'm sorry Steven you don't have time to eat breakfast with us today, it's 9.15am WAKE UP! - you're already late for work

  153. At 08:28 AM on 01 Dec 2006, derrick wrote:

    Tony, David and Menzies put their differences aside in the true spirit of the season

  154. At 08:35 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Stella Alvarez wrote:

    Everyone was amazed when the baby elephant turned out to be an excellent model.

  155. At 08:36 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Rob McKay wrote:

    Party animals dismayed as 'some nut' gatecrashes celebration

  156. At 08:43 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Stella Alvarez wrote:

    I wanted to be a giraffe, but I had to improvise after that low door ...

  157. At 08:46 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Gareth Jones, Isle of Anglesey wrote:

    Take That: The Wilderness Years

  158. At 08:49 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Gareth Jones, Isle of Anglesey wrote:

    Nobody was quite sure whether Peter Gabriel HAD turned up for the Genesis reunion

  159. At 08:55 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Jim wrote:

    Former KGB agents step up their disguises at a recent meeting in a London Tea Room ..

  160. At 08:57 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Ians555 wrote:

    I'm so glad we didn't invite Mr. Greedy

  161. At 09:00 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Jim wrote:

    John Reid demonstrates to cabinet collegues how the government's new radiation suits prevent contamination from a lump of polonium 210 !

  162. At 09:11 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Roger Traynor wrote:

    I know it's tradition, but I still dont think we should eat him.....

  163. At 09:16 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Sarah wrote:

    Elephant and Yak looked fetching, but Peanut looked fabulous adorned with slices of burnt toast.

  164. At 09:20 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Sarah wrote:

    Tony and Cherie posed for their 2006 Christmas card.They were rudely interrupted, but Gordon's peanut costume fooled no-one.

  165. At 09:22 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Sarah wrote:

    The three french hens have been ousted.

  166. At 09:28 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Tim wrote:

    The England Rugby Board meet to decide Andy Robinson's fate

  167. At 09:40 AM on 01 Dec 2006, James wrote:

    Christmas with the in-laws was going from bad to worse

  168. At 09:53 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Jim wrote:

    The English RFU Management Committee have denied that they are not taking the process of selecting a new manager seriously !

  169. At 09:55 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Stuart wrote:

    "What's wrong Ming? You said you wanted a serious party..."

  170. At 09:59 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Eva Penny wrote:

    As to where is Mr. Turkey - uhmm, he sent his apologies for tonight.

  171. At 10:00 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Scott Buchanan wrote:

    Elephant:- "I should have remembered from last time that plumpy-nuts make me yak"

  172. At 10:02 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Glenn Dixon wrote:

    Peanut: "Will the owner of vehicle registration number YAK 1 please return to their vehicle as it has seemingly been crushed by an elephant."

  173. At 10:06 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Steven Gray wrote:

    Harsh methods used to confront Ollie the Elephant's peanut phobia...

  174. At 10:14 AM on 01 Dec 2006, ian wrote:

    Put your hand up if your mouth opens.

  175. At 10:42 AM on 01 Dec 2006, MJF wrote:

    The Blair's Christmas card depicted the Labour front bench with John Prescott standing.

  176. At 11:09 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Kip wrote:

    The Bilderberg Group have grown more secretive than ever.

  177. At 11:17 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Polly S wrote:

    Danny DeVito's 7th limoncello had made him tipsy, but the 8th.....!?!

  178. At 11:34 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Richard Downey wrote:

    No Nelly! - no leaves, no bamboo, just turkey!

  179. At 11:36 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Jon Bright wrote:

    "well at least if we get drunk we won't look any more stupid"

  180. At 11:37 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Mal wrote:

    "Yeah like we really eat turkey"

  181. At 11:42 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Jon Bright wrote:

    This is the place the teddy bears left their picnic

  182. At 11:43 AM on 01 Dec 2006, Piggy wrote:

    Animal tontine - the annual draw for next year's ritual sacrifice.

  183. At 12:01 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Helen wrote:

    Donald Rumsfeld's replacement gets a "welcome" Christmas Dinner in the Oval Office.

  184. At 12:01 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Aidan wrote:

    "May contain traces of... What were you thinking?"

  185. At 12:04 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Maggie wrote:

    the Come-As-You-Are Christmas party did little to further mutual trust among the guests.

  186. At 12:06 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Trev wrote:

    "Put the TV on Liz, it's 3 o'clock - time for your speech"

  187. At 12:09 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Brian wrote:

    Alas the nut warning came too late for Charlie the Christmas Turkey

  188. At 12:19 PM on 01 Dec 2006, TomM wrote:

    The Blair's final Downing Street Christmas Card was not as dignified as some had expected...

  189. At 12:29 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Sharon Cutworth wrote:

    It was obvious to the viewers of "I'm a Celebrity..." that Bush Tucker Trials were getting easier.

  190. At 12:29 PM on 01 Dec 2006, John Hamer wrote:

    Caption comp:

    Remind me again what the hell we're supposed to be?

  191. At 12:32 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Mark wrote:

    "Ok, here's the bill. Who had the six plates of buns?"

  192. At 12:38 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Liam wrote:

    Man, who put the hash in the Christmas pudding?

  193. At 12:45 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Eric Edwards wrote:

    The elephant, goat and giraffe went home hungry.

  194. At 12:50 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Dave A. wrote:

    Yak didn't know whether or not to bring up the subject of his peanut allergy.

  195. At 01:00 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Mark wrote:

    The BBC Head of Childrens Programmes regretted telling staff to 'come as you are' to the Christmas party.

  196. At 01:00 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Maggie wrote:

    Nellie and Yak had tried a year ago to persuade Tiger not to go on the peanut-butter diet.

  197. At 01:03 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Mark wrote:

    What do you mean, 'carve the turkey'? I cant even see it in this!

  198. At 01:04 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Stuart wrote:

    Is it me, or is it hot in here?

  199. At 01:10 PM on 01 Dec 2006, Greg wrote:

    See, told you the turkey would make it!

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