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Friday Caption Competition - Get involved!

10 CommentsFriday, 7 December 2012  |  Captain Caption

A chance to win a £5 voucher to spend at! Enter our caption competition for the photo below by tweeting us, commenting on our Facebook page or commenting below with your caption. The winner will receive a £5 voucher and will be announced by 17:30 on Friday 14th December.


Here's last week's competition winner:



This is what happens when you don't make Father Christmas's 'nice list'

Well done Jess!

To see all of last week's entries click here 


Friday, 7 December 2012  |  17:01

Sheila may not win the prize for largest carrot in this year's farmers competition - however she is quietly confident that she might win the new category of carrot that most resembles a plug socket....

Friday, 7 December 2012  |  17:04

Geraldine had a plug to match her tie, a carrot to match her blusher and a shirt to match her eyes. Now all she needs is something to go with her lipstick!

Friday, 7 December 2012  |  17:17

.. Because two fingers just did not do it justice for you.

Friday, 7 December 2012  |  19:54

The recipe typo had amusing consequences. it read, "Place the currents and carrots in Rosé."

Friday, 7 December 2012  |  20:04

Fraulein Gottenheimer smiled when she recalled last year's Christmas party when she had to deal with a swede and a toaster.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012  |  17:20

Sue Pollard misheard the lady from Anne Summers who said, "The best way to test your vibrator speed is to place the tip on the end of your nose."

Wednesday, 12 December 2012  |  22:10

Having tried everything to clear her tickly nostril, Martha discovers that her travel kettle's plug makes the perfect nose picker, with immediate results.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012  |  22:15

2012's Turner Prize Winner.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012  |  22:40

'Betty, thanks for trying to help, but I said "I need to plug my nose bleed", not "I need a plug in my nose swede".'

Thursday, 13 December 2012  |  9:24

After careful deliberation, Margot decided to attempt one of Heston Blumenthal's more traditional recipes.