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The Caption Contest Rises to the Occasion

A short work week, a snowy Wednesday morning, perfect conditions for this week's caption contest.
ONE NEW CHANGE... PUT YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE, THEN, AFTER POSTING YOUR CAPTION ON THE BLOG,  PLEASE  EMAIL IT TO ME AT GPARSONS@ENTERCOM.COM SO I CAN CONTACT YOU WHEN YOU WIN!

OK, Now that's out of the way. Please give me your best caption for this photo and win FABULOUS PRIZES chosen especially for YOU!!

 DEADLINE IS FRIDAY AT 4 PM!
have funm, be creative and, as always, play nice!


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01/23/2013 8:31AM
The Caption Contest Rises to the Occasion
Please Enter Your Comments Below
01/23/2013 8:36AM
Jay Allen
When baking bread, size DOES matter!
01/23/2013 8:58AM
Todd B
Worst...Dracula...remake...ever!!
01/23/2013 9:00AM
Todd B
I tried to get some work done, but my co-workers were always loafing around.
01/23/2013 9:03AM
Todd B
Left untreated, a yeast infection can grow into something unmanageable.
01/23/2013 9:04AM
Brian
These three look a little light in their LOAFers.
01/23/2013 9:07AM
Anne U
When they're going up the beanstalk, the Draculaires make sure to bring gifts fit for the Giant. It's the yeast they can do.
01/23/2013 9:08AM
Chainsaw Curtis
'Yo, Rico. I think we got enuff bread ta cover the spread."
01/23/2013 9:13AM
Brian
Looks like they've risen to the occasion.
01/23/2013 9:20AM
Ann Z-K
"This is NOT what I meant when I said we'd make a ton of bread." "Shut up and keep smiling, Vito; I've got thirty grand baked in this mother. Meet me out back after the photo shoot."
01/23/2013 9:22AM
Brian
These 3 answered an unemplyed man's desperate plea for work on craigslist. The ad was entitled: Need dough.
01/23/2013 11:10AM
G.V. Parmelli
"'Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh' was closed for the holiday," explains Caspar, "so Balthazar, Melchoir, and I got the new King of the Jews bread...lots of bread."
01/23/2013 11:26AM
LoriO
"A priest, a minister and a rabbi walk into a bakery......."
01/23/2013 12:04PM
Kraig Da Fence
If weza wear dese nice suits and white capes, dose guys guardin' the slammer will never suspect dat we gots pieces hidden insidesa da bread.
01/23/2013 5:03PM
Gary Charles
Herman quickly realized this was not the Toastmaster Club he had signed up for.
01/23/2013 5:06PM
Kim S
Holy Pillsbury Doughboy, Batman! These Caped Bakers aren’t just loafing around! We knead to stop them from using their dough to take over the world!
01/23/2013 5:07PM
Kim S
Cheap Trick starts a second career as bakers, redefining their signature song, “I need you to knead me.”
01/23/2013 9:12PM
James S.
Oh. Sorry. We thought you said "Challah back, girl!"
01/24/2013 12:19PM
Paul H H
“..and give us this day, our daily really really REALLY BIG bread..”
01/24/2013 1:44PM
John C.
“Never fear, the Super-Carb Trio will save you from the evil Dr. Atkins”.
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