Caption that Cover: the Winners!

Oh, the fine cover captioning of the wonder-hipped heroine. Well done, y’all.

The winner, by one vote: Bren, for her entry:

She:“Hold on, I’ve got something for you

*farting sound*

OK, now what were you saying?”

Fart humor – it makes a cover even more funner and gooder.

Honorable mentions go to Cheyenne McCray, for her set of entries:

Taking it Public (I get off on being watched)
You’re Doing it Wrong (It goes in the other way)
Balcony Love (since we can’t have Sex on the Beach)
The Mummy Princess (try getting out of this dress)
Tie Me Up (and then tie me down)

Pardon Me. (Do you have any Grey Poupon?)

Ms Manna, for “Sorry, honey.  Not in my box.”

Andie G for She had a trick hip and liked an audience.

He had a poofy shirt and a thing for contortionists and bondage.

Together, they shared a magical, bend-y love that knew no bounds in their GILDED CAGE.

Galadriel for Even after squeezing the sandworm into the dress and clapping a wig on its head, Paul Atreides wasn’t sure the illusion quite hid its undulating form. Still, if dressing it up and taking it out was what was required, then so be it. After all, the spice must flow.

And Evabaruk for: It was only five minutes into his new burlesque ventriloquism act, that the audience turned their backs on Rory.

Special mention to Yvette Davis for making me say, “OMG! EW! HA!” out loud to my monitor with, “Meanwhile, out in the lobby, Romeo and Juliet discovered the secret ingredient that makes butter-flavored movie popcorn so slippery … yet salty.”

Congratulations, and thanks for playing!

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  1. 1
    Gwen says:

    One can never have too much bathroom humor.  Just ask my brothers and nephews.  LOVE IT!  Congrats, Bren!

  2. 2
    Bren says:

    Wow!  I rarely win anything and of course it HAS to be with a fart joke!  My son is proud of me, though!  LOL!

    Thanks!  Bren

  3. 3
    Nee says:

    By the time I read the original entry, the comments had already closed. *sad* The “Hey, is that Abraham Lincoln?” entry made me almost fall out of my chair.

    And of course later that day, walking around, I had an idea for an entry of my own, dealing with the movie “The Birdcage” and the punchline, “Surprise!”

    Congrats to Bren. It’s nice to see that the classics are still appreciated. :-)

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