caption contest, firefighters watching fire tornado

It’s even hotter than normal for August here in central Arkansas (as the last post so deftly explains), so I thought this week’s caption contest could have something to do with extreme heat.   I chose a picture of firefighters watching a fire tornado.  You get to write a caption explaining how this happened, or what the people are thinking, or what the cameraman is looking at instead of the fire tornado, or make up a story that’s somehow related to what’s happening in the photo.  Use your imagination…  see if you can surprise me…  🙂

(To see our other caption contests, click on the “Say What?” category in the sidebar.)

23 thoughts on “caption contest, firefighters watching fire tornado

  1. Beppo

    Firefighter: “A tornado made of fire?!? Inconceivable!”

    Other firefighter: “You keep using that word… I do not think it means what you think it means…”

  2. hooper

    I love Arkansas; You find a few rednecks, add excessive amounts of alcohol, Supply them with guns, gas tanks, and an unlimited supply fuel, And you get art.

  3. Holiday Inn Express

    In a misguided attempt to fight fire with fire, tanker planes dropped gasoline instead of water on this wildfire.

  4. Mr. Destructo

    That’s just something I’ve been playing around with… Wait’ll you see my real plan! MUWAHAHAHA!

  5. Thomas Wayne

    I told Mango-Man he shouldn’t light farts after eating at Taco Bell 3 times in a row! Now look what he done did!

  6. Thomas Wayne

    Firefighter: “That’s something you don’t see every day…”

    Other firefighter: “And I hope I never see one again!”

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