Now that the busyness of the holiday season is over, we can get back to normal around here. And part of normal is a weekly caption contest. (Thanks to those of you who noticed we missed the last two weeks — it’s nice that someone actually noticed! I knew there were people who actually read this!)
This week’s photo is an old black-and-white / sepia-tone picture from 1911. It’s a man holding some type of contraption — I don’t know what it is, so you get to make it up. You can also explain who he is and what he’s up to. Is that his invention? Is it to make life better? Is it for a prank? Is it part of some world domination scheme? You get to decide. So think up something funny to explain this picture. Remember, you can create your own context to fit the story. You can even set the scenario in modern times (or include a time machine, which has a lot of potential).
(To see our other caption contests, click on the “Say What?” category in the sidebar.)