For this week’s caption contest, we’re going to feature a Christmas / holiday themed picture. Here is a parade of Santa Clauses, walking down the street in New York City. (NEW YORK CITY?!?) So what is the purpose of it? Is there a special occasion, or is it a secret mission? Is it a conspiracy? What are the onlookers thinking? What should be done about this situation?
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9 thoughts on “caption contest, Santa parade in NYC”
The real Santa, hidden in the parade: “They’ll never find me in here!”
Onlooker #1: “Whoa! Dozens of Santas at the same place, at the same time? Inconceivable!”
Onlooker #2: “You keep using that word… I do not think it means what you think it means…”
Crappo the Clown
Santa #2: PHVRRRT!
Santa #3: “Man, why you gonna rip one in public? You know Santa has an image to uphold!”
Santa #2: “What’s wrong with a little gas? We’re out in the fresh air. Ahh, freshness — breathing it in, letting it out.”
Santa #3: “I’d appreciate it if you’d quit letting it out!”
Guy on phone: “Yeah, 911, uhh, it’s Santa Claus!”
911 operator: “Sir, Santa Claus is not an emergency.”
Guy on phone: “But, but, he’s everywhere.”
911 operator: “That’s what he does.”
Guy on phone: “No, there must be hundreds of Santas.”
911 operator: [click]
Kid watching from sidelines, light bulb coming on: “If I tell each Santa Claus something different that I want, then maybe I’ll get dozens of presents!!!”
There aren’t that many real Santas. That must be the placebo effect.
How come none of them are carrying a bag full of presents? Oh, yeah, they’re walking down the street in New York City… 🙂
Guy on phone: “I don’t know what’s going on here, but I’m a’gin’ it!”
Look at the size of those pretzels! It would be cool to start throwing them like frisbees!