Welcome to another caption contest! It’s been a while, so let’s go over the “rules”. (Don’t worry, there’s no legalese / fine print here.)
1) Say something funny and/or random about the picture. 2) Keep it clean and family-friendly.
Here are some tips: What are the people thinking (before or after)? What might they say? Why did this happen? What might happen after this? Also remember that you can create circumstances however you want. You could also speak from the point-of-view of a narrator or anyone else you think up. It doesn’t have to be realistic, either — you could imagine it as part of a movie. Basically, anything goes as long as it’s funny and clean. Have fun!
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Apparently the viral video of the day is a bicycle rider getting knocked down by an antelope during a race in Africa. It is quite unusual and unexpected. It was also unexpected to see it on TV twice already in one day. But since it’s so popular, I’ll post it here for you, so you can tell all your friends and co-workers that you saw it and they should watch it too. After all, this is what’s popular. Maybe it’s even the cat’s pajamas…
Now don’t you feel cooler? You are now in the know. Although, by the time you’re reading this, this video might be old news. There’s probably another video already gone viral that everyone is talking about.
Sometimes you can’t predict what will be viral next. For example, someone can just show up to a protest with bread taped to their head and become an Internet meme. He was just trying to “protect” himself against makeshift projectiles, so some protesters made makeshift “armor”. Now this guy is known as Bread Helmet Man, and he’s appeared in “photographs” all around teh internets… A few examples…
I wonder if he has any idea of his 15 megabytes of fame…
FYI, I already know the Bread Helmet Man meme is old (in Internet years, anyway). But it was never referenced here, and it certainly is random, and the post just needed something else… Was it worth your time? Wait, don’t answer that. Keeping up with viral videos and memes often isn’t worth your time, which is why they aren’t closely followed here… And my rambling about wasting your time might not be worth your time, so I’ll stop typing now.