This doesn’t happen very often. Mary Hanney is both winner and a runner-up this month! Her winning caption is: And her runner-up caption is: Yay, Mary!!! Our other runner-up (I love both the succinctness and the alliteration in her caption!) is Sarah Jadeke. Sweet, Sarah! Congratulations to both!
Did I or did I not call it??? I SO called it! Congratulations, Linda Poindexter. Your caption won by a landslide! Hooray! How many of you are old enough to remember Clairol’s “does she or doesn’t she” ad campaign? Yes kids, there was a time – long, long ago – when dying one’s hair was slightly naughty. Thanks for … Read More
Barbara Hulse has written many funny captions in the past, and she has been a runner-up more than once. This, I believe is her first “win”! I love this caption because it almost doesn’t make sense yet at the same time it totally nails it. Congratulations, Barbara! Also a multiple-time runner-up, and a runner-up once again is Linda Poindexter. (I … Read More
I suppose on some level I had known for days that it was August… but on Friday I suddenly truly realized “oh my gosh – it’s August!” Sorry I was so late posting finalists for July (four this month) and choosing an image for August. Vote for your favorite by midnight Tuesday, August 14. Click here to vote for your … Read More
How many of you remember this wonderful image? Ivy Magner won our contest with her “prison tats” caption way back in 2011! (oh gee… has this contest been going on that long?) I know I’ve seen her name among the finalists since then, but I believe this is her first win since 2011. Congratulations, Ivy! I love this not only … Read More
Mary Hanney’s winning caption is both hilarious and chill-inducing… for me, at least. My only daughter went to college early, and I thought 16 was way too early to lose her (and her cooking). I can’t imagine sending a child away at 10 without shuddering! As occasionally happens (because I don’t look at the authors’ names until after I’ve chosen … Read More