caption contest, man in strange green outfit

Do Mondays give you indigestion?  If so, you should try our weekly caption contests, which start on Mondays.  They might make you laugh, and that helps the day pass.

Speaking of that, it’s Monday, and here’s our next caption contest.  This week’s photo features a man in a very unusual green outfit, walking along with some normal-dressed people.   I really have no idea what’s going on here, so it’s up to you to provide some context for what could be happening.  So leave a funny caption for this picture.  Just keep it clean…

man in green outfit walking with people

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

caption contest, spaceship for rent

What would Monday be like without one of our caption contests?   Actually, you can apply that concept to every day, because the caption contest makes every day better!   Of course we currently post only one per week, but you can come back to it every day, and there’s often new captions written for it every day (for its first week, anyway).  So it has lasting value.   (Speaking of value, have you ever realized that you get to enjoy the humor here absolutely free?   Yep, no strings attached, no cash monies required.)

Anyway, enough of my rambling — let’s get to this week’s photo!  This picture is of what appears to be an alien spaceship for rent.  That’s not something you see every day!  Surely there’s an interesting story behind this situation.  So write what may be going on.   And of course your caption doesn’t have to be a story — it can be a joke or commentary of any kind.  Just make it funny.

spaceship for rent

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

add your own captions, Bush and an alien

It’s time for another caption contest!  Like normal, there’s no prizes, but you get to laugh at the randomness people can come up with.  The only thing resembling a prize is that you get to make other people laugh, which is really worth a lot (in life, just not in money).  Anyway, I’m rambling, so let’s get to the picture.  Leave your analysis / commentary / captions in the comments.

alien with President Bush

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

viewer mail, issue #11

It’s been a while since I’ve answered viewer mail, so here goes.  Like always, these are actual search terms used to find this site, followed by commentary and analysis.  There wasn’t any questions to answer this week, but if you have any, use the “Contact Us” link to send it to us.

  • flavor of poop — I haven’t ever researched this (for good reason), so I’m going to resort to a third-party on this one.  I have read of someone who actually ate some, and he said it tasted about like what you would expect.  I wish I could find the reference to it, because I’d give him a few seconds of additional fame for his feat.
  • i would like 17 super powers please — Doesn’t that seem kinda greedy?  Of course it would be great to have more superpowers than you know what to do with, but then some would get wasted.  Besides, can you think of any superheroes that have 17 super powers?  That would offset the balance on both sides, and it would be really bad if you decided to use your powers for evil.  So, sorry, on this request you’ll have to be DENIED.
  • coworker is an aliencoworker is an alien — If this is true, then you need to be very careful!  An alien is not going to come to Earth just to sit in a cubicle and do work; he obviously has some ulterior motives.  He could be here for research, spying, infiltration, or kidnapping.   But regardless of that, there’s another aspect of this to consider.  Do you have any idea how much fame and fortune you could get by discovering an alien?!?  People have tried to prove the existence of UFOs for decades, and if you could, you’d be so famous.  So document all your encounters with him/her/it, and keep your proof in a safe place.  Write a book with an accompanying DVD, then hit the talk show circuit.  You’ll easily make millions!
  • words like discombobulator — That word makes me feel discombobulated…
  • why do pickles explode — BECAUSE THEY’RE EVIL!!!  Actually, I didn’t know they explode on their own, but I do know for a fact that they’re evil.  Does anyone have any evidence or explanation of them exploding?  My plan of shooting all pickles into the sun would cause them to explode, but if there’s any natural exploding of pickles, I’d like to know about it.
  • unbreakable stuff — That’s just a myth.  Nothing is unbreakable.  I’ve worked with people who were naturals at breaking anything.
  • why should i eat chocolate — This one is really easy — because it tastes great!  What other reasons do you need?  But if someone is trying to convince you that it’s not healthy, that’s just because they want the chocolate for themselves.  Chocolate actually does have nutritional properties to it.  It has antioxidants, which nobody understands, but they say your body needs them.  And chocolate is a great source of sugar.  I know, sugar gets a bad reputation these days, but did you know your brain runs on sugar?  It’s true, look it up.  Of course, your body can create sugar from foods like fruits and vegetables, but why not save the time and effort by eating chocolate, which has your daily sugar needs in highly concentrated form (plus it tastes much better).
  • how safe is buffet eating? — I’ve never had any problems with it.  But, since you brought it up, I should research this.  I think this calls for a trip to Larry’s Pizza!  WOOHOO!  Would anyone like to join me to offer a second opinion?  Before you quickly volunteer, know that this may require multiple visits to local buffets, so we can reduce the standard deviation and stuff.  🙂

That’s it for this week.  Now you know more than before.  You’re welcome.