Monday, March 05, 2007

March caption contest

Here is the photo for this month's caption contest. Click here for the rules. I also wanted to offer some words of encouragement from Randy Newman. I unwittingly set off a firestorm of Newman debate when I picked one of his album covers for my Hall of Fame. Regardless of his worth, the post was about the album covers, not the music contained therein. But keep it up anyway. I enjoyed it. Good luck, contest entrants.

"I will carry her across the threshold
I will make dim the light
I will attempt to spend my love within her
But though I try with all my might
She will laugh at my Mighty Sword
She will laugh at my Mighty Sword
Why must everybody laugh at my Mighty Sword?"
--Randy Newman, "A Wedding in Cherokee County"


Anonymous said...

The Worst Randy Newman Album Cover Yet


Anonymous said...

Who farted?


kristykay said...

We are squishing your heads.

Krouchdog said...

Screenshot from the upcoming PS3 title Mortal Kombat: Adult Contemporary Edition.

casual ninja said...


Rustle.Destroyer said...

Doomsday cults aren't what they used to be.

conorj said...

Members of the National Stink-Crotch Society, shown above, queef a consensual sigh of relief in their morning yoga seminar yesterday morning. Holding their annual convention in Houston this week, the members, generally disdained by the population at large for their uncontrollable rankness, come in droves to the downtown Holiday Inn for a week of rest and relaxation. A welcome retreat from the hate and prejiduce they are subjected to in their day to day, stinky lives, the convention is a good opportunity to co-mingle olefactory catastrophes and personalities alike. Hell, a few of them may even get laid.

Young Buck Invincible said...

Slipper wearin' mother fuckers.

Joolie said...

Step ball change, knee ball change, and 5-6-7-8! Slippers up, everybody! Let's see those jazz hands!

Anonymous said...

This photo, taken by a real estate agent "about 10 or 15 minutes" before she was attacked, shows the renegade Unitarians in the act, practicing a banned, violent style of Tai Chi.


casual ninja said...

i know i already left a comment, but i would like to leave another one about tom skerritt.

thank you.