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The Caption Contest Barrels On

OK, enough winter already. It's enough to make one wanna bury their head in a barrel or something!

So, Here's this photo for you to caption!
Winner's receive FABULOUS AND RANDOM PRIZES!
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DEADLINE is Friday at 4 PM.

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03/13/2013 8:33AM
The Caption Contest Barrels On
Please Enter Your Comments Below
03/13/2013 8:44AM
Justin Stiper
The first idea for Brewer games, the racing bongo drums, never went over as well as they'd hoped.
03/13/2013 8:51AM
Tammy A.
A group combining aspects of Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group emerged from central Wisconsin, The WoodMans.
03/13/2013 8:55AM
G.V. Parmelli
Gene Roddenberry was mightily displeased with the first design the Make-up Department proposed for the Klingons.
03/13/2013 9:00AM
TJ
All in All We're just a Nother Drum Head in The WALL! (Have a great day Gabby! :D)
03/13/2013 9:05AM
Tina O
When Devo announced auditions for their revamped lineup, Babcock Hall experienced an increase in dumpster diving.
03/13/2013 11:03AM
G.V. Parmelli
"I knew it! These vertical stripes make me look like a fathead!!" moaned Tim Panneum, as he was drummed out of the fraternity after an impromptu drumhead trial.
03/13/2013 3:31PM
Steve Marcus
"Yeah, my head hurts too. Didn't I beg you not to do Bang On The Drum? You KNOW how our fans get.
03/13/2013 4:51PM
Mike McKoy
"No, we are most definately NOT Devo..."
03/13/2013 6:20PM
Kurt V
When Bears fans ran Dominick's out of paper bags, the Suttin family had to improvise their masks of shame for the season finale.
03/14/2013 9:19AM
Kraig
Willy Street's "Different Drummers" were not at all thrilled about the prospect of being inducted into the Drum Circle Hall of Shame.
03/14/2013 5:53PM
Geno
Stripes are in again this year! Decorative barrel heads............Not so much.
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