2.27.2006

Caption Contest!


I've decided to give Handknits for Young Moderns a break and caption someone else's art work. Only problem is I don't remember where I found this image. If it is yours I apologize for not giving you creds. It's a beautiful image. And eminently captionable.

So, here's to another round of CaPTion MAdneSS! Don't forget, there are Fabulous Prizes! First Place Prize for this contest will walk away with a BRAND NEW CAR!!

Not really, but you will receive an autographed e-copy of the post written the day of your last Birthday! How's that for awesome?

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22 Comments:

Anonymous Blanche d'al Monde said...

They said "sausage, eggs, grits, red-eye gravy" . . . definitely worth getting up for.

28/2/06 04:34  
Anonymous blanche d'al monde said...

Face it. This dry ice is just not creating the mystique you're looking for, Lawrence.

28/2/06 04:41  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

If your camel overheats, wait until it's cooled down before removing the radiator cap.

28/2/06 06:34  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Even after he'd been diagnosed with emphysema, Joe Camel refused to quit smoking.

28/2/06 06:39  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Well, that was certainly the last place he expected to find his bong.

28/2/06 06:47  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

"Is it possible to get a table in the non-smoking section?"

28/2/06 06:50  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

//you will receive an autographed e-copy of the post written the day of your last Birthday!//

Hmm, there wasn't a post on my last birthday. Or the previous one.

28/2/06 08:18  
Blogger honestus said...

"Unbeleivable! It's hot enough out here, and someone had to start a fire."

28/2/06 09:12  
Blogger Tara said...

Desert Ambiance

28/2/06 11:45  
Anonymous uncle jim said...

how about "Humpin' to please"

(actually probably a copyrighted phrase - it used to be part of the logo for an Interstate trucking company named 'Campbell 66' [they traveled the old Route US-66] and the logo on their vehicles was a camel that appeared to be in mid-stride in a race with the wording "Humpin' to please" - so much for a little trucking trivia)

28/2/06 11:53  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

Damn, there were 5 camels a second ago. Where'd magic Jimmy go?

(who am I kidding, Steve's won with the overheating camel - you might as well send off the signed blank page now)

28/2/06 12:09  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Andy tried desperately to distract Hashim while Carl rubbed the lamp.

28/2/06 12:38  
Anonymous normzone said...

I agree, Steve wins.

28/2/06 13:32  
Blogger k_sra said...

The camels looked away innocently as once more the dog took the blame.

28/2/06 15:14  
Blogger k_sra said...

Steven, IF you win, I will personally go back in time and make a great birthday page for you from (thinks hard) 2004. Will that suffice?

But judging from how great my last entry was, I sort of doubt you will. ; )

(Sheesh, Other Guys, you give up too easy.)

28/2/06 15:16  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

Edward wasn't sure what was on fire or where he put his whip.


chickbs: what dudes have to deal with

28/2/06 15:25  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

(mildly off-topic: I just watched The Story of the Weeping Camel with my nieces, and I recommend it, especially for those with kids. It's a good documentary about the strong connection between Mongolian nomads and their animals that likely comes from living together for countless thousands of years.)

28/2/06 15:33  
Blogger lostdog said...

After yet another crash landing, Farouk waited for the dust to settle before he even thought about beginning the tedious search for the snapped-off legs of his prototype flying camel.

28/2/06 16:12  
Blogger lostdog said...

"Holy shit! Quicksand!"

28/2/06 16:14  
Blogger lostdog said...

After a long period of inactivity, the camels were slowly re-absorbed back into the wilderness, leaving only a small hillock behind.

28/2/06 16:15  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

//I will personally go back in time and make a great birthday page for you from (thinks hard) 2004.//

Ah, but you were on vacation that week. You can't just go around creating time paradoxes, you know.

28/2/06 21:45  
Anonymous barnzenen said...

"Oh dear god! The headless camel strikes again," wailed Ahmed.

1/3/06 08:38  

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