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It's caption time, eh?

It's caption day already! Aren't 4 day work week's fun!! Perhaps it will be a kinder, gentler September...perhaps not. Please give me your best caption to this photo. The winner receives FABULOUS prizes selected just. for. you. Your deadline is FRIDAY AT 2 PM ( cause I'm on the air for Vince this week) Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!

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09/07/2011 5:21AM
It's caption time, eh?
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09/07/2011 5:40AM
Chainsaw Curtis
In one scene in his new novel, "A Day in the Life of Canada," Steven King revisits "Pet Sematary" and "Misery" by combining a girl with a baseball bat and a boy with a cat.
09/07/2011 6:25AM
Anne
"I'm telling you, Bobby Jean, we're too young to get married in Canada!" "Shut up, Scooter, or I'll have to clobber you. Or would you rather have a SHOTGUN wedding?"
09/07/2011 8:25AM
Kurt
Marie-Claire let Jean-Luc get in her shorts and next thing you know they had a little kiddie.
09/07/2011 8:44AM
Philip Parmley
'Canadian Gothic' by Grant "Moosejaw" Woods
09/07/2011 10:16AM
Paul H. Henning
As much as Dudley hated the thought of going through with the shotgun wedding, there was just no denying it: the kitten WAS his.
09/07/2011 10:20AM
RayW
If you don't tell the other guys on the team about the dress, I won't tell them what you do with that cat.
09/07/2011 10:54AM
Kraig
Canada: One nation, conflicted identities.
09/07/2011 11:21AM
Kraig
Oh, Canada!!!
09/07/2011 12:45PM
Kurt
Although quite young, the doctors were successful in fusing Kitty's back with nothing but a whiffle ball bat. Here we see how limber the patient is just minutes after surgery
09/07/2011 4:43PM
BrianP
Contrary to popular belief, Captain & Tennille's popularity started early and remained evident with the release of the hugely popular "Muskcat Love".
09/07/2011 4:44PM
BrianP
Before being invaded by Rhode Island, Canada was thought to be the tough guy of North America.
09/07/2011 4:46PM
BrianP
With a bat in one hand and a yank of his underwear with her other hand, it was clear who was bathing Fluffy.
09/08/2011 8:44AM
Mickey
And then Hansel and Gretal took the witch's pussy, and escaped into the forest.
09/08/2011 11:08AM
Kraig
I read the news today oh boy About two lucky blokes who made the cover And though the news was rather sad Well I just had to laugh I saw the photograph
09/08/2011 11:56AM
Mickey
And I shall name them Batgirl, and Pussy Galore.
09/08/2011 12:39PM
Kurt
As Jack sheltered the family cat from the approaching storm, Jill prepared to bat and gown the hatches.
09/09/2011 6:42AM
Todd
Look at me, Lucky Larue...I have 2 pussies...
09/09/2011 7:54AM
Flip
Neil Young had intended this photograph to be the cover of Harvest. The picture was taken by Stray Gator Jack Nitzsche and titled Canadian youth at play. Young loved the photo but Elliot Mazer pushed him to go with the more simple script cover. Young eventually caved and the picture was sold to a Canadian stock photography distributor.
09/09/2011 8:00AM
John C.
Who wears short-shorts? Canadians wear short-shorts.
09/09/2011 8:04AM
John C.
Just one look at an old Montreal Expos Media Guide and it’s clear why they are no longer a team.
09/09/2011 8:39AM
Tina
Ah, arranged marriages. Blame Canada!
09/09/2011 9:20AM
Greg G.
Can you help us Mister? My cat won't stop pooping kittens.
09/09/2011 11:36AM
Big Daddy Matty
O Canada! We stand on guard for thee!
09/09/2011 1:10PM
Jaguar
One has a bat and I'm holding another, yet I feel like the biggest pussy in this picture.
09/12/2011 6:11AM
Tammy
Canda, where medication isn't the only thing you get cheaper!
10/18/2011 12:35AM
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