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Caption Contest? Your Seat is Ready.

What a great week this is turning out to be, sports wins,( last night doesn't count) beautiful weather and right smack dab in the middle of it all, it's CAPTION WEDNESDAY!  Please give me your best caption to this photo. The winner receives FABULOUS prizes selected by yours truly.   Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM. Have fun, be creative and as always, play nice!

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10/05/2011 5:23AM
Caption Contest? Your Seat is Ready.
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10/05/2011 7:30AM
Jan S
a whole new meaning to mustache ride...
10/05/2011 7:35AM
Michael Thompson
nobody fart!
10/05/2011 7:35AM
Anne
The Research and Development Department at Schwinn Bicycles, during the brainstorming phase for the Bicycle Built for Six.
10/05/2011 8:46AM
Sue Newton
When a cake baked by the Widow Brown is on the line, NOBODY wants to lose the cake walk competition!
10/05/2011 9:57AM
Philip Parmley
Here at the law firm of Furtwangler and sons, not only have we got your back, we've got each others.
10/05/2011 10:31AM
Todd B
When you said the guys were going to "do some laps" I had something else in mind.
10/05/2011 10:34AM
Todd B
Whatever you do, don't pull Nate's finger. It'll get messy real quick.
10/06/2011 7:24AM
Kraig
Uhh, Bob . . . is that another cigar in your pocket, or are you just happy to seat me.
10/06/2011 7:31AM
Kraig
While local critics lauded Knauer's photography as avant garde, outside of Ottumwa he was regarded as a no-talent, hayseed hack.
10/06/2011 1:09PM
Kelley
Walter was always a rebel, but fired soon after his ruining of the perfect professional human caterpillar photo by his blatant disregard for authority and wearing of a black suit (instead of grey, as requested).
10/07/2011 7:41AM
Tim
As a show of unity; Walker & his big Cheeses released this photo. Pesonally, he could create JOBS by making FIVE (5) more chairs. sheesh.
10/07/2011 7:49AM
Tim
Corruption and arrogance is everywhere, even simple childhood games. Here Lawyers show you can even cheat at musical chairs (and flaunt it!)
10/07/2011 8:04AM
Tim
Early attempts at lap dancing during the Gold Rush proved quickly the need for Women in the Old West, no matter how many shots you've had...
10/07/2011 12:42PM
Tammy
The beginning of the boot camp phrase "Get close to your buddy" is discovered in this early photo of recruits.
10/07/2011 12:44PM
Heather
The original Awkward Family Photo.
10/07/2011 12:45PM
Tammy
Guess which ones are dummies and which one is the ventriloquist! John attempted to set a record for most voices at the same time.
10/07/2011 12:46PM
Amy H
Jennings in the center didn't get the memo about the grey suit... or the moustache.
10/07/2011 12:49PM
Erin
Kramer bothers financial: customer support is our BOTTOM line.
10/07/2011 1:11PM
Jon C. Manzo
And here they are, The Beach Boys, ready for their 50th Anniversary Reunion Tour...
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