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Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners

This weeks Weekend Caption Contest™ was replete with excellent entries - you should all be proud! I know many of you have the DT's from the constant caption contest images of Kerry floating around in your head, but not to fear he'll probably turn up again - someday.

Here are the winning captions for following photo:

Professional Santa Claus performers attend a training day at the 'Ministry of Fun's Santa School' at Southwark Cathedral in London, November 1, 2004. The 'Ministry of Fun,' which provides Santa Claus performers for Christmas grottos, hosted the event for 35 Santas on Monday, with the aim of highlighting and turning around what they claim is a decline in demand for their services during the festive period. REUTERS/Toby Melville


1) (Rodney Dill) - "Ok then, do all the Santa's have the address of their assigned party? Wait a minute. Ok, where is the special order Santa for 15 Old House Lane, Chappaqua, NY?"

2) (Jeff) - "Yes, vagina, there is a Santa Claus."

3) (Jennifer) - "Christmas on MSNBC - Singing Pundits from left to right: Keith Olbermann, Larry O'Donnell, Joe Scarburough, RON REAGAN, Joe Trippi and Chris Matthews."

Honorable Mention

4) (Laurence Simon) - "Andy Dick loses yet another bet with Tom Green."

5) (Jinx McHue) - "Nothing says "Merry Christmas, boys and girls!" like stiletto heels."

6) (Michael Seifert) - "There was the briefest stunned silence when the newest Santa asked if the experienced men could give her 'lap sitting lessons'. . . chaos ensued shortly after."

Until next Friday...


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Comments (9)

Thanks Kevin! It's good to ... (Below threshold)
Rodney Dill:

Thanks Kevin! It's good to see that you can still win by kicking an old dog. (and I mean the object of my somewhat obscure Chappaqua, NY reference)

I dunno #3 had potential - ... (Below threshold)
Paul:

I dunno #3 had potential - not to knock Rodney or anything.

Jennifer.....you made my da... (Below threshold)
Steve G:

Jennifer.....you made my day! ;-) It is hard to believe he is the son of Ronaldus Maximus!

Paul, No offense t... (Below threshold)
Rodney Dill:

Paul,

No offense taken, #2 and #3 are both pretty good, The second one had me laughing.

My... worst... ever...... (Below threshold)

My... worst... ever...

You need to let Rodney judg... (Below threshold)

You need to let Rodney judge a contest here once in a while. When he judges, I win a lot more often.

Kevin you were right there ... (Below threshold)

Kevin you were right there in the mix. Laurence's caption was so out there I just went for it....

The top three are all worthy in their own unique way.

The most deserving entry wa... (Below threshold)
McCain:

The most deserving entry was the profoundly short, but powerful and wonderfully post-modern "ho" offered by spacemonkey. Its length was a disadvantage as it was easily missed by our panel of discerning judges. The page with my entries was obviously jammed in the printer - an understandable technical glitch.

Bah Humbug !... (Below threshold)
MahaRichie:


Bah Humbug !




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