Oh, the fun of a Caption That Cover when the cover is so completely barmy.
Here, have another look:
Ahh. Nothing like some sweet, busty WTFery in the morning, right?
So, without further ado, the honorable mentions in our cover captioning contest. The entries ranged from…
Kathy: “Now look, this is how we hang the sheets at my mother’s house. Are you watching? See, it’s just that easy.”
Laurie: This is the way we wash the sheets (wash the sheets, wash the sheets), this is the way we wash the sheets, so early in the morning.
Lisa Law: Look out your window at your man. Now look at me. Now look at your man’s nipple. Now look at mine…”
Snidley Whiplash: I couldn’t help but notice, the carpet doesn’t match the drapes
Hello, ladies. Look at my hand, now back at my chest, now back at my hand, NOW BACK AT MY PECS. Where are you? You’re in a hot air balloon, with the man your man could smell like!!!
Brianna: ‘Hello, I am your lactation consultant for today. Let me show you how to get your baby to latch on.’
Teshara: “Suckle here, my dear. It’s alright. I have a modesty cover…”
and The disgusting:
Chance: Hey Baby, ever heard of a dutch oven? no? excellent.
Elysabeth: Behold, the world’s most over dramatic dutch oven.
But the winner for simplicity and wit is Jen for “Jason failed to pitch a tent twice that night.”
Congrats Jen, and well done, you among the honorable mentions. Jen, please email me at sarahATsmartbitchestrashybooksDOTcom with the bookstore of your choice so I can arrange your prize.
And big mad props to author Alexis Harrington, who told us that during a book signing many attendees thought he’d written the book. So maybe that’s what the sheet is for? The original manuscript was written on cotton-poly?
Now – who has a yen to wash the bedsheets today?