caption contest

MEEEEEAAAATTTT!


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Last Contest’s Winner: I was going to give the win to Braden, but I decided against it. Why? Simply because he posted a short essay rather than a caption. So the PAINFUL win goes to Zedd. Why is it painful? Because of excessive use of puns. Of course, they were clever puns. Even though you didn’t make any titanium references. Regardless, you win and here’s a quick blog nod: Zedd (not his real name) had, by far, the most interesting apartment in my BYU ward junior year. This was based on: their own website, two Rob Perrys, two guys with names starting with Z, many games of Risk, clever Halloween costumes, and lots of movie nights where the choice wasn’t your typical college guy movie—who chooses to watch Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead on a Friday night?

Now, go and post some captions about this meat-wielding hottie.

Can’t Leave Home Without It


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Last Contest’s Winner: Kaakun. Give it up for the friend who used to keep me in touch with my old roommates. Apparently, it was too difficult for us to actually email/IM/call each other once we lived in different states, but Kaakun would keep us updated on each others’ lives and even plan trips where we’d meet up with him in his locale. So, how are my old roommates doing? I suppose I could look them up on Facebook myself…

When Chocolate Fountains Get Unruly


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Last Contest’s Winner: Kaakun. It was such a close race with only one contestant and all. But I suppose that nobody else commented after that because they didn’t think they could beat out an entire conversation caption. Or they were confused by the McLuhan remark. Are you trying to tell me that you actually learned something in your BYU years? I wonder if feng shui would not like my media wall filled with all those hot media books and DVDs surrounding the cold media television. Actually, no, I don’t wonder. But, Kaakun, nice work actually reading Count of Monte Cristo. You one up me on that one. I only saw the movie.

The Marriage of Two English Majors


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Last Contest’s Winner: Well, folks, this one was a tough choice. So I printed off the picture with the three captions typed up below and went around work asking people to vote on their favorite. It was a close race, neck and neck the entire time but one person just barely pulled away when I asked one last software tester to vote. Congratulations, Janet. Perhaps somehow, people knew they were voting for a former coworker. Or perhaps they liked that you made fun of the poor newlyweds in their efforts to organize their lives together. Well done.

Seen On My Way To Work


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Last Contest’s Winner: Janet, no contest. I mean, really, who else included a video of a stupid blonde girl who can’t pass a driver’s test in their caption contest entry? Janet was probably one of those students who went above and beyond and would hand in assignments that were nicely bound with covers and color pictures throughout. Way to go Janet.

Also, Janet has eye plugs. Because of her, I have them now, too, and they’re the bestest. Happy eyes for Larrie thanks to Janet.