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Congratulations Captain Caption MattJ! Who Can Topple Him from His Caption Throne?

March 27, 2011

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The votes have been tallied and the winner is: Congratulations to MattJ who has been awarded the honorary title of Captain Caption for the next week.  MattJ is also a two consecutive weeks winner and has converted his ‘moderate’ lucky feeling into an ‘on-a-roll’ feeling.  If he wins a third consecutive week, he will be […]

Choose Your Captain Caption

March 23, 2011

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This week’s winner will receive the honorary title Captain Caption.  Your friends must call you Captain Caption for one week until a new winner is selected.  If your friends won’t call you Captain Caption, they are not good friends. Thank you for your excellent caption submissions.  Many of these were funny, and I hate having […]

Caption Contest–Last Week’s Winner Eligible to Win ‘On-a-Roll’ feeling

March 20, 2011

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Congratulations again to last week’s caption contest winner MattJ, who is eligible to convert his ‘moderate’ lucky feeling into an ‘on-a-roll’ feeling! Submit your best caption for the picture below:   Guidelines: Your caption could be a narration, a line of dialogue, a news headline, a sitcom title, or even a home remedy for removing […]

Congratulations Caption Contest Winner! Enjoy Your Moderate Lucky Feeling!

March 16, 2011

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Congratulations to MattJ who has been awarded a ‘moderate’ lucky feeling for the following caption: Thank you for your many excellent submissions.  Many of these made me laugh, and I had difficulty narrowing it down to a pool of three from which I let my cat Megatron choose her favorite. If you thought your submission […]

The Good Greatsby Caption Contest–Positive Feelings to be Awarded!

March 13, 2011

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Submit your best caption for the picture below: Guidelines: Your caption could be a narration, a line of dialogue, a news headline, a movie title, or even a recipe for banana bread if you can make it applicable. Please no incantations that could be deadly if read aloud.  Also, no limericks or references to Twilight. […]