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The Caption Contest Takes a Break

Had enough snow for a while? Join the club. Perhaps thinking up a funny caption to this photo will brighten up the day.
REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE AND EMAIL ME YOUR CAPTION TO  GPARSONS@ENTERCOM.COM

I still have some cool Bucky Badger items as well as your choice of a CD and some other nonsense I might have hanging around.

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03/06/2013 8:29AM
The Caption Contest Takes a Break
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03/06/2013 8:36AM
Caption Contest
Get ready, It's the Egyptian Harlem Shake!
03/06/2013 8:44AM
Tammy A.
These new burkas are so much more fun than a simple veil!
03/06/2013 8:53AM
Cleopatra and her asp
"Did you see that asp on Cleo?"
03/06/2013 10:23AM
Paul H H
“Look, the union rules are very clear: they say that every 3 hours we get a 15-minute break…HOW we take it is up to us.”
03/06/2013 10:28AM
Kraig
I am just so damned fed up with guarding that frigging tomb. What can possibly happen to him? The dude's been dead for over three thousand years! It is time for this Basenji to relax.
03/06/2013 9:47PM
Carl
We have been dancing the Egyptian for 3500 years. After break, let's do the Harlem Shake.
03/07/2013 2:35PM
Kraig
Proof of the horrific repercussions of same sex marriage.
03/07/2013 7:59PM
Geno
"And then I says to her I says, if you don't think Tutankamun was the best ruler we had, then you can kiss my mummy asp!"
03/08/2013 10:11AM
Mickey
Tom was hoping that having a couple of D-list gods around, might boost sales at his once bustling hooka shop
03/08/2013 12:40PM
G.V. Parmelli
"It just goes to show," said Anubis, "You really DON'T have to go out of your way for an affordable drink and some eye-candy!"
03/08/2013 2:04PM
G.V. Parmelli, again
"I really don't know how we're going to be able to enforce the copyright and patent laws with these 3D printers," miserated Anubis, sipping agitatedly from her demi-tasse of heavenly elixir. "I know," commiserated Chikphilayadee. "Our only hope is if the printer companies charge next to nothing for the printers, and a bazillion dollars to refill them." "Bah, what are the chances of that happening?" Anubis, bemoaned, as she selected a two-bite scone from the salver of sweet-treats laid out before the faux deities.
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