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Caption competition: And the winner is…

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We had a great variety of entries to our latest caption competition! We have decided to crown David Cook our winner, with:

Linda looked uneasy as she realised the board had taken the term ‘grassroots business’ a step too far.

David will be receiving a bottle of either Spanish Red (Conde de Los Andes Gran Reserva 1999) or Australian White (Cape Mentelle Semillion Sauvignon 2006).

Some others that we liked:

  • Whilst his colleagues smiled politely, the ducks, with the subtlety of breeze blocks, raced over to take a closer look at John’s nose morphing into a desktop lamp.
  • Samantha was surprised – despite knowing that “dealing with bills” was part of the job description!
  • The next instalment coming soon…

    Photo credit: Tony Larkin/Rex Features

    17 Responses

    1. Caption
      Whilst his colleagues smiled politely, the ducks, with the subtlety of breeze blocks, raced over to take a closer look at John’s nose morphing into a desktop lamp.

    2. Caption
      Errrrr Steve.

      Can you pop the lid back on the watercooler……they’re back!!

    3. Caption
      Everything would have been great if it hadn’t been for the anthill Debbie was sitting on

    4. You can’t please everyone
      Management may have done all they could to improve working conditions, but seeing the birds in her workspace Jane was thrilled that there was still something to complain about… now where was the number for Health and Safety?

    5. Caption
      Julie’s performance had improved greatly since she got her new quacktop

    6. Caption
      Linda looked uneasy as she realised the board had taken the term ‘grassroots business’ a step too far.

    7. Caption
      So much for the paperless office – we need as much as we can get just to clear up the duck poo

    8. Caption Comp
      Amanda smirks with glee as she wins the office competition for “across the pond” office speak by getting some blue sky thinking, clear desk clear mind and all her ducks in a row!

    9. Don’t let the grass grow under your feet…….
      It’s the new boss’s latest idiom, she keeps telling us not to let the grass grow under our feet.

    10. ‘What am I going to do for dinner’
      With glee, Lucy realised she wouldn’t have to order in her Chinese takeaway that night!

    11. Caption Competition
      Mr & Mrs Drake were very happy with the service they received although sceptical about the rewards of minature wind farm?

    12. Caption
      An open-plan office was one thing, but Deirdre would have preferred some partitions around the ladies’ toilet

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