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CHEER for the Caption Contest

So, do you have a snow day today? Looking for something  to beak up the monotony  of day time TV? Then play CAPTION CONTEST!!!
OUR NEW SYSTEM OF SENDING ME AN EMAIL AT GPARSONS@ENTERCOM.COM  SO I CAN CONTACT YOU WHEN YOU WIN, WORKED OUT GREAT! SO, PUT YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE, THEN EMAIL ME.

Now that that's out of the way, let's get right to it. Please give me your best caption to THIS photo. The winner WILL receive a potpourri of prizes, but good and weird!

   The deadline is Friday at 4 PM.
Have fun, be creative and, as always, (which you always do), play nice.



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01/30/2013 8:16AM
CHEER for the Caption Contest
Please Enter Your Comments Below
01/30/2013 8:21AM
Justin S.
snapshot from Ok Go's latest video
01/30/2013 9:01AM
Todd B
The Gorn practicing for the next time Kirk shows up.
01/30/2013 10:04AM
Stephen Lee Rich
I can see my house from here!
01/30/2013 10:06AM
Stephen Lee Rich
The Bolivian Space Program!
01/30/2013 11:14AM
Tammy A
TLC's team up with SyFy for a new Alien/Cheer reality show never got off the ground. Figuratively speaking.
01/30/2013 11:33AM
Carl
The alien cheerleading squad cheers on their side. It is truly eat or be eaten in this game.
01/30/2013 11:57AM
mrwickey
can you hear me now?
01/30/2013 12:49PM
Todd B
Give me an S! Give me an S! Give me an S! What's it spell? SSS!!!
01/30/2013 2:59PM
Kim S
Year 2267 and cheerleading pyramids have not changed, as exhibited by the Gorn 5 cheer team.
01/30/2013 3:12PM
Kraig
"Land of the Lost" producers knew the movie was in trouble when Will Ferrell insisted that the Sleestaks reenact a Spartan Cheerleader skit in advance of each attack.
01/30/2013 4:43PM
Kraig
Teenage Mutant Ninja Lizards. There is something vaguely familiar about that . . .
01/31/2013 12:57PM
Paul H H
While early attempts were termed “interesting” by critics, it wasn’t until much later in their evolution that the Jackson 5 really developed their own style.
01/31/2013 4:21PM
Steve C.
You say you want an evolution?
01/31/2013 4:25PM
Steve C.
Cheerassic Park
01/31/2013 4:32PM
Steve C.
The only scene in Jurassic Park 2 cornier than the girl doing gymnastics in the shed to escape raptors. (sorry, that movie was just disappointing.)
01/31/2013 4:34PM
Steve C.
As hard as they tried, these chamelions just could not blend in.
01/31/2013 4:37PM
Steve C.
They tried cutting their cheer short. But it kept growing back.
01/31/2013 4:38PM
Steve C.
Do these jumpsuits make us look extinct?
01/31/2013 6:02PM
Geno
It's the Dave Croc Five performing in the music video for their new hit, "Come be in my pyramid scheme baby"! One of the great songs off their new CD, "Are we not all monsters?"
02/01/2013 6:37AM
G.V. Parmelli
You may think that these chaps come from the land of lizards, but they are technically crocodileans, so they are natives of Cleveland, Ohio.
02/01/2013 10:27AM
Art Paul Schlosser
This is a picture of some of acters that will be in one of the strange new commercials you can look forward to while watching the Superbowl
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