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The Caption Contest Goes Round and Round

Here we are again on caption Wednesday. You know the drill.
Please give me your best caption to THIS photo. The winner will receive actual PRIZES!

Remember to use your name in the subject line to get credit and win!

Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM.

Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!



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09/26/2012 8:54AM
The Caption Contest Goes Round and Round
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09/26/2012 9:06AM
New Merry Go Round Design For Small Children
The new design is intended to prevent bigger kids from tormenting younger ones by decapitating them as they ride, leaving smaller kids unharmed. Kelda Bullie, from Safe Playground, Inc. said, "This was in response to our customers who have had increasing problems with bigger kids dominating equipment made for smaller children. This new design has received lots of positive feedback, and has effectively removed several bigger kids from the equation." Bullie went on to explain that they are already working on a revision which will include a mechanism for catching the decapitated heads to keep the playground cleaner.
09/26/2012 9:12AM
Oh darn! I am Jay Allen!
That caption was mine, and I forgot to use my name!
09/26/2012 9:13AM
Todd B
Anyone up for Polish Roulette?
09/26/2012 9:15AM
suen
Duck, Duck, OOOOPPPPSS!
09/26/2012 9:29AM
Kraig
New from Darwin Toys, it's the Culling-the-Herd-Go-Round. Get one for your least favorite nephew today!
09/26/2012 9:37AM
G. to the V. Parmelli
Round and round and round in vicious circles, Repeating the same thing 'til your face turns blue, One of these days you'll live to regret this, You and your little dog, too!
09/26/2012 10:15AM
Linda L.
Not content with inept officiating, the NFL Replacement Referees try their hand at designing and placing playground equipment.
09/26/2012 10:18AM
Alan Beall
The 3 Stooges reinvent the Merry-go-round, nyuck, nyuck, nyuck.
09/26/2012 10:24AM
Donna
After their son, daughter, and several neighborhood kids were rushed to the hospital with head injuries, Rick and Dawn Nobrains decided to re-think the placement of their merry-go-round.
09/26/2012 11:04AM
Todd B
What goes "Whee splat! Whee splat! Whee splat!"?
09/26/2012 11:28AM
P. Parmley
A fine example of bi-partisan co-operation (red seats, blue framework). Your government at work, proud Citizens!
09/26/2012 11:32AM
G.V. Parmelli
Mitt Romney's solution to alternative energy. I'm not sure how it's supposed to work, but I'm positive he'll explain it...eventually.
09/26/2012 12:07PM
Paul H H
Unfortunately for restaurateur Bruno Basiltoff, budgetary constraints forced him to make what proved to be some unwise cutbacks on the design for the al fresco dining area at his new establishment.
09/26/2012 8:41PM
Joe Kucak
"2 Out 3 Ain't Bad" Presenting the newest evaluation tool in playground equipment's Helmet Safety Program. The evidence is in. If two out the 3 children with helmets survive the playground test, the helmet is ready for sale to thepublic.
09/26/2012 9:27PM
Carl
Grandpa couldn't decide whether to bring the playground equipment in for the Winter, yet. He decided to let the grandchildren decide.
09/27/2012 12:41PM
G.V. "Marathon Man" Parmelli
"Is it safe? IS IT SAFE?! IS...IT...SAFE?!!!!!"
09/27/2012 1:43PM
Jan
The "don't ask don't tell" campaign is spiraling new campaigns of like " Look, don't touch".
09/27/2012 4:22PM
Jonathan Popp
You must not be this tall to ride this ride.
09/28/2012 2:27PM
Kraig
Round and round, what comes around, goes . . . SPLAT!
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