It’s Like Where’s Waldo, but You’re Looking for a Desk

Enter the CAPTION CONTEST now!

The Sciolist Cell Phone Pic of the Weeknot-TM is published each week with the intent to entice readers to comment. This is accomplished with a CONTEST! The winner will receive a blog nod* in the following week’s post-what a TREMENDOUS prize. Entering is easy. Just click on Comment below, fill in the identification information requested and enter your caption for the above picture as your comment. You have until Larrie posts the following Wednesday’s pic to enter.

Ready… GO!**


Last Week’s Winner: Janet. This is my shout out to her… you should hear her sing along to The Sound of Music while driving through Nephi. Beee-yootiful.


*I agree, “blog nod” is a phrase that should never be used and yet, for some strange reason, I actually typed it and even published it. Sad.

**And by GO!, I mean COMMENT!

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7 comments

  1. “What my desk looks like after a VERY LONG day.”

    (Although, I must admit that my first thought was “I hope there’s not PHI visible.”)

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  2. … after a massive earthquake, this large office building was left in shambles. Some are calling it the “Miracle of the IT Department”, but despite the strange angles the cubicles took, nothing was disrupted on many of the desks. Not even the dirt in the plants.

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  3. Which will help the plant grow the best, the artificial light, the desert scene, the bottle of water, the Jamaican cyclist, the makeup, the mystery substance in the bowl, the stinky sticks, the ringer on the phone (which may or may not be rigged to ring when developer is in Larrie’s cube in order to get rid cube space of developer), the carefully selected cube wall fabric and color combination, the angle at which the planter is positioned or all the paper (ominously portraying the future of the plant if it does or doesn’t grow)?

    (Is there a category for longest caption???)

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  4. Unfortunately for the desk, the palm tree missed growing up in the desert landscape by several feet, causing an upheaval of a scale previously unseen. Sources say the near-by oasis-in-a-bottle is to blame.

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