caption contest, sumo jockey in horse racing

It seems like we just had a caption contest, but it’s already (past) time for the next one.  This week’s strange and unusual photo features a sumo wrestler riding a race horse.  I thought jockeys were usually midgets, but I suppose anyone can do it if they try hard enough.

Anyway, explain what’s going on here, such as why this is happening, what the other riders are thinking, what the horse is thinking, what the announcers might be saying, what happens next, etc.  The only restrictions are to keep it clean and funny.

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caption contest, sumo wrestler intro

Are you ready for this week’s caption contest?  I know some of you are, because I actually got e-mail letting me know there wasn’t one posted on-time.   (It’s nice to be missed!)  The reason for the delay is because of an electrical malfunction at the Buffet o’ Blog headquarters, preventing me access to my computer and the Internet for a few days.  Now that it’s resolved, things can return to normal (or a reasonable approximation thereof).

Since this week’s caption contest is late, here’s an extra special photo.  And by special, I mean “lots of humor potential”.  It’s a sumo wrestler, performing some sort of introductory dance.  Let the humor begin!

sumo wrestler intro

FYI, some sites may frown upon “potty humor”, where you reference passing gas and such.  Let it be known that your humor is welcome here.   🙂

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caption contest, unfair sumo wrestling match

It’s time for another caption contest!  Since the Olympics are going on now, I’m going to feature a sports photo.  I don’t think sumo wrestling is actually in the Olympics, but perhaps it should be.  (Let your imagination run with that for a minute.)  Now, on to the picture and your captions!

here, size does matter

The rules are simple : write a caption for the photo, whatever you want (within the site’s language rules).

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