Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners

This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ was another massive success. The assignment this week was to caption the following picture:

Here are the winning entries:

1) (sarahconnor2) – Teacher: “You look stumped.
Kid: “No, I know the answer.
Teacher: “I was talking to the president.

2) (Diogenes) – “1 minus 4 equals plus 10, Jerome. That’s how The President counts jobs…..

3) (Rick Adams) – “R, then E, P, S, E C… no, that’s not right.

4) (Rodney Dill) – “Ever watch gladiator movies, Billy?

5) (Vagabond661) – Obama thought bubble: “Only two weeks until spring break vacation.

6) (Guest) – “While on the other side of the world, Putin continues to display his weakness.


The Readers Choice Award went to sarahconnor2’s winning entry. In its place we offer one more excellent entry from sarahconnor2:

(sarahconnor2) – “And then the Big Bad Wolf stepped up to the brick house and said, ‘Little Pig. Little Pig. You didn’t build that.’

That’s all for this weekend. A new edition of the Wizbang Weekend Caption Contest™ will debut Friday morning.

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  • Thanks Kevin

  • Vagabond661

    Thanks Kevin.

  • sarahconnor2

    Thanks, Kevin. I want to give credit to my husband who came up with the Big Bad Wolf caption. Thank you as well to Barack Obama who provides such magnificent inspiration for snark.

    • jim_m

      Oh, I see. You didn’t build that joke.

      • sarahconnor2

        According to King Barack, we ALL built it.

        Except for Paul.

        • Paul Hooson

          BTW, my very favorite Big Bad Wolf political satire goes back to about 1961 with Mad Magazine and a back page comedy panel called the Big Bad Wall, where U.S. troops bring in a secret weapon in a big wood box, which is the Big Bad Wolf who blows down the Berlin Wall leaving American troops cheering and Russian and East German troops looking stunned sitting on top of the wall’s rubble. – That single cartoon panel spurred a lifetime interest in all things political for me….Mad Magazine was like many old time liberals. Staunchly anticommunist, and very patriotic, while not having to wave a flag under everyone’s nose to prove their point…You knew that Mad Magazine absolutely believed in the American way of life, although finding comedy in some aspects of Madison Avenue hypocrisy.

  • jim_m

    So stunned were people by the results of the caption contest that no new articles were posted on Wizbang for over a day.