Wednesday, August 12, 2009

caption me now

write a caption in the comments.

19 comments:

  1. "Colin and Joan establish their new fundraising boutique."

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  2. "And it was there at the farmer's market that the Aliens finally caught up with them."

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  3. Dawna Ellis (Gregory)August 12, 2009 at 12:23 PM

    "Gosh darn it, Pa, I knew they'd find us here! We should a just taken that delivery truck on into them thar hills!"

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  4. "Jim-Ed, they's gonna find the body once that stack o' corns sells out. Then wut?"

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  5. No, we haven't read "The Omnivore's Dilemma." Do you want the damn corn or not?

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  6. Oh, my God, Norbert... that really was Tony Clements!!!

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  7. chris and jane – dutifully manning the concession stand at the first show of their inaugural season – to a confused patron at intermission:

    "whaddya mean we were supposed to pop it?"

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  8. grassley didn't realize the death panels would actually be run by dead people.

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  9. chet: at's a man.

    emma: nope.

    chet: i swear ta'heaven.

    emma: it ain't no man, chet.

    chet: look at d'adams apple.

    emma: ain got a man's legs. them's a gal's legs.

    chet: legs don' matter. look. atda. adams apple.

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  10. I know it was you that farted

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  11. OMG ... Gerrilynn and Ben Thayer just crack me up.

    When I first saw it I thought, "Put the gun down, Martha. Put it down NOW."

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  12. "Thanks a whole sweet bunch, Eric. See what your damn big ego got us? Now we have to sell vegetables instead of launching my 'Herman The Horse' action figure campaign".

    "Stifle, Susan".

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  13. i won't even try to write one...junior's is my favorite. nailed it.

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  14. Willie and Maynerd were going to call it "SunSHINE farm" but being good Lutherans, they felt that words so cheerful might lead them into mortal sin, such as dancing.

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  15. Omitted from Twyla Tharp's autobiography.

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