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The Caption Contest is Color Coordinated!

In honor of FINALLY getting some warmer weather, the caption contest celebrates along with these folks. Please give me your best caption to this photo. The winner will get some interesting prizes. I am moving, so  I am bound to uncover lots of fabulous prizes as I get ready to pack.  Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM. have fun, be creative, and, as always, play nice!

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05/11/2011 5:13AM
The Caption Contest is Color Coordinated!
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05/11/2011 5:23AM
PW
Ladies and Gentlemen, the latest Amish Jug Band Sensation - "The Plain Clothes Prayerboys"
05/11/2011 5:28AM
Art Paul Schlosser
Because Country Music is so big in the USA, ABBA has decided to do Dolly Pardon songs.
05/11/2011 5:44AM
Linda B
"Undercover Angel" sung by the Blue Muse Group
05/11/2011 6:11AM
Jon Jensen
Before their visit to the image consultant, ABBA's love of leisure suits and wooden prop instruments held their music career in check.
05/11/2011 6:57AM
Mac McCarthy
Ukrainian Heavy Metal Band - Crushed Velvet, wanted to rock America's world, …but tragically, their message got lost in translation.
05/11/2011 8:53AM
Kitty
Despite the challenge of being born joined at the knee, the Jablonski twins managed to find joy in their family's love of music.
05/11/2011 8:59AM
Amy D
Following their success in the Waseca County Fair talent show, dem Lokalbefolkningen took it on the road with a promotional portrait from Sears and a dream.
05/11/2011 10:24AM
Kerry H
Family secrets revealed. Teen finds parents photo hidden in mothers underwear drawer.
05/11/2011 11:11AM
Linda
Gunter secretly wished Dolly Parton brand wigs came in his size.
05/11/2011 11:30AM
rick mccann
i know, we'll call ourselves mumford & son!
05/11/2011 3:02PM
Kraig
"Jeb, if we hold them just right, nobody will know that these are actually cardboard cutouts. They will think we really have hot chicks in the Brother John Birch Rock Revival." "The matching suits were the clincher, Bro!"
05/12/2011 6:40AM
Ally
Abe Lincoln time traveled with his son and their sister wives.
05/12/2011 6:58AM
Tammy
After leaving the island, the Skipper started a Pop group with Gilligan, Ginger, and MaryAnn modeled after the Captain and Tenille appropriately called the Minnows. Unfortunately, they only played 3 cities before becoming stranded again.
05/12/2011 4:28PM
Jan S
Sylvie likes her instrument a little wider while Anna likes hers a little longer.
05/12/2011 5:01PM
John C.
During Mordecai’s rumspringa, he quickly made new friends and adapted to what he thought was a normal modern life.
05/12/2011 5:03PM
John C.
This week’s new music Thursday will feature Dolly Parton’s latest project: The Blue Jumpsuit Apparatus.
05/12/2011 5:04PM
John C.
Dang nabit Mildred... I dun told ya that mannequins and Goodwill gift cards ain’t good birthday gifts for the boys.
05/13/2011 7:43AM
Marc Borland
Many people were surprised to learn Fleetwood Mac started out as a lounge act
05/13/2011 7:49AM
Ryan B.
Cocaine is a dangerous drug.
05/13/2011 8:36AM
Anna
Say what you will, but their rendition of "Proud Mary" had the barn-raising jumping.
05/13/2011 9:22AM
Smitty
Length vs girth. The debate continues...
05/13/2011 10:29AM
CocoJo
That's it, ladies. You just grab our instruments and play real nice and slow like. Um, yeah, that's real good.
05/13/2011 11:13AM
Amy D
Having brought the same suit with him on this vacation to Burbank, Emil grew self-conscious of his reaction when Carol Merrill revealed his Zonk behind curtain number 1.
05/13/2011 12:38PM
James Shulkin
In the '70's, the Fender guitar company took four rising stars on the road. They were called "The Fabulous Fender Gender Benders". Unfortunately, the tour failed as their outfits were louder than the music they played.
05/13/2011 12:41PM
James Shulkin
Introducing "Guitar Zeros". Fashion forward, ax backwards.
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