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Posts from October 2012


30 Caliber Caption Contest
Yes, today is Halloween, but tomorrow is even better: Half price Halloween candy day!
Coming soon? Deer hunting season, so in honor of our intrepid hunters, please caption THIS photo.
REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE TO GET CREDIT AND WIN THIS WEEK'S PRIZE, AN AWESOME GARY MOORE DVD, A TRIBUTE TO JIMI HENDRIX!
  DEADLINE IS FRIDAY AT 4 PM. Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!
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Hello Dolly! Caption winners here!
Happy Almost Halloween from the caption contest! Yes, I know it was a disturbing photo, but that didn't’t stop people from these great captions, starting with honorable mentions.
 
Todd B
With this pretty bow, I am sure to win this beauty pageant!!  

Any Shrek reference is OK with me.
Kurt V
Fiona had conveniently forgotten to tell Shrek that she had children from a previous marriage to , oh, I don't know, maybe.......SATAN

Glad I’m not Brian’s kid.
BrianP
Gotta love state run daycare. So warm. So fuzzy...

Ain’t it the truth!

Diane Waters
Oh my god! This is what I get for agreeing to babysit on Halloween night!

Something to look forward to
Carl
The next generation of Halloween movies is currently in the formative stage.


And our WINNER of prizes I will select JUST FOR HIM is….
Joe Kucak
Whoever said the Octomon's kids were being neglected? They're developing just fine.
Have fun this weekend, stay safe and warm!
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The Caption Contest goes BOO
This is our last Caption Contest before Halloween, so I looked for the scariest photo I could find. How do you think I did? <g>. So, please give me your best caption to this photo. REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT  TO GET CREDIT AND BE ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES!
Deadline is Friday at 4 PM.

Have fun, be creative and as always, play nice!
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Unmasking the WINNERS!
It’s almost Halloween, one of my favorite holidays, and this photo is jut the beginning of Halloween captions.
We got some great ones for this rather disturbing photo, so here are the winners, starting with honorable mentions.
 
Karen Barak                            
Mom said your face was gonna freeze that way!

Greg M. 
"I told you if you kept making those faces, you would be turned into mannequins and forced to wear plaid."

Brian made me laugh with this one.
BrianP 
You can tell whose parents went to Woodstock

Isn’t this always the way…
Dana G. 
I told you we shouldn't have watched that video.

I always love a literary reference!
G.V. Parmelli 
Two heart-rending reasons why Medusa should NOT have been hired as a salesperson in the Children's Department at Macy's...
 
And our winner of the Widespread Panic, poster, booklet, keychain and more is…

Justin S. 
Why you should never get your kids plastic surgery.
Have a good weekend,. I’m already searching for next week’s photo!
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The Caption Contest is SO Plastic.
We are two weeks away from Halloween, so to celebrate, we have THIS photo for you .
Please give me your best  caption to this photo, and win fabulous prizes, including some items from Widespread Panic!
PLEASE USE YOUR NAME IN TEH SUBJECT LINE TO GET CREDIT AND BE ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES!
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY AT 4 PM.


  Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!
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Peeling back to find WINNERS
What’s up this weekend? Enjoy a Badger game, or maybe go through a corn maze, but what ever you do, take a few minutes to check out this week’s caption contest winners!

Living in Madison, we HAD to have some Oscar Mayer comments:       
 
Derek Sauter
Due to the lack of pork caused by the drought, Oscar Mayer has had to make some revisions to it's product line.

P. Parmley
The Bananacar came to town to challenge the Wienermobile in the 20th Annual Double Entendre Drag Race

Tammy remembers pranks.
 
Tammy A
No no no, Eddie said a banana "IN" the tailpipe, not a banana "WITH" a tailpipe!

As always, I love a play on words:
 
John C.
Chrysler got tired of building lemons and started building bananas.

Paul went innovative

Paul H H
Once again the Japanese proved themselves the greatest automotive innovators with their introduction of the world’s first biodegradable car, The Bananobile.
 
 But this week's winner of a brand new BUCKY BOOK is Kurt, who needs to come to the radio station and pick up his prize!!!
 
Kurt V
Until his house was foreclosed on and he had to move into in his car, Joe never thought he'd have to live on the Dole.
 
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The Caption Contest Has A Peel

It's Caption Wednesday, a busy day in Madison with the world Dairy Expo  and preparations for a Presidential visit, neither of which have anything to do with this week's photo.

Please give me your best caption to THIS photo,

REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE  TO GET CREDIT AND BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN  PRIZES

 

The deadline is Friday @ 4 PM.


 

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