Category Archives: Caption competition

A Fez of the Heart

As Turkey finally casts off the oppression of secular Attaturkism and re-embraces its glorious Ottoman past the anti-democratic secularists are drowning their sorrows Captions Please

Posted in Caption competition | 7 Comments

Neo Conned

As Donald Trump fills his cabinet with their members the neo-cons must be celebrating Captions Please

Posted in Caption competition, David Toube | 15 Comments

To be a Pilgrim

It is the blessed month of Dhul Hijjah and as millions of Muslims make the holy obligatory pilgrimage to Makkah to visit the Kaaba and maybe kiss the black stone . Spitoon’s Faisal Gazi is likewise making a trip obligated by … Continue reading

Posted in Bengali Extremism, Caption competition, Faisal Gazi | 4 Comments

”I’m an apostate, get me out of here!”

As the holy month of Ramadan approaches the shayateen  (in orange) try to escape . Captions please. ”Where’s the exit ?”  

Posted in Caption competition, Faisal Gazi, Festivals | 3 Comments

Male Rape in the 1971 war ?

It’s April Fool’s day , a day of deceit and trickery, . So how better to commemorate it then a caption competition about possibly the greatest fraud in history?. The mythical urban myth  of mass rape  during the Pakistani army’s 1971 anti-terrorism action in East … Continue reading

Posted in 1971 war, Caption competition, Satire | 2 Comments

The Birangona leading the Blind

As the latest performance of Leesa Gazi’s play on the  fictional mass rape of Bengali women airs what better time than to have a caption competition dedicated to it? Captions please -and remember  ”Muzzle Me Not” Also Why Is Gang Rape … Continue reading

Posted in 1971 war, Caption competition | 3 Comments

Tulips from Hampstead-dam

It’s been election time in the UK. No doubt to the delight of the neo-cons at Al Spittoon the Conservatives have been returned with a majority . But for us Spittoon Watchers though the most interesting contest was in Hampstead … Continue reading

Posted in Caption competition, Democracy | 2 Comments