Caption Contest

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Winning caption:
"Are you sure you don't want your cane ? Really, it's no problem, I can get it for you." (Ben, Canada)

Honourable mentions:

Mitchell Johnson road-tests the Aussies' new, less abrasive, appealing style. (Greg, UK)

"I bet Siddley that you had man boobs. Guess drinks are on me tonight." (Prashant, Canada

"...and what would YOU like from KFC?" (Tom, Australia)
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