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Introducing: The “Crazy Caption Contest” (Closed)

We’re going to start off 2019 with a bang on Peregrine Arc! I’m going to include a photo below and you’ll post in the comments something humorous and divine about what in the world you think is going on.Β  Put your Alice in Wonderland dress on now, because we’ll be tumbling down some rabbit holes yet…

The winner of the most chuckles will be chosen by me and the saint. Ties will be decided by the Labrador.Β  The winner will be announced Saturday Jan. 12th and awarded the gift of humor. In other words, you’ll be recognized as the winning entry on my blog and you’ll have made people laugh. How great is that?

The rules and photo are below.

  1. Keep it PG. Pretend your great grandmother would read it and take back your birthday gifts if she smelled even the faintest whiff of impropriety.
  2. Keep it short. Less than 100 words let’s say. More than enough for a quick, witty banter.
  3. You can do descriptives, a story, whatever your imagination comes up with.
  4. Keep it funny, but kind and clean.
  5. Have fun.

You have until Friday, January 11th (11:59 pm, US EST) to make your post. Author reserves the right to approve and disapprove comments at her own discretion. I look forward to reading your shenanigans. 😊

And without further ado, here’s your photo.

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Contest is inspired by Chelsea Ann Owen’s “Terrible Poetry Contests.” Be sure to check out her blog for amazing shenanigans and poetry beauty.

27 thoughts on “Introducing: The “Crazy Caption Contest” (Closed)”

  1. And so it was that Thrant, greatest of them all, found himself staring helplessly through the semi-opaque walls of The Overworld. He’d reached the gate and found the human-shaped keyhole; but, in that moment, realized he’d left the key back home. A hundred thousand dectars away.

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  2. Even though the title says “open”, the deadline seems to have passed. So I might be too late, but thought I’d try for fun, anyway.

    “Look, Phil. Your pawn is lost in the woods. You see mine hiding behind that tree with an ax? Of course you don’t. And so doesn’t your human.”
    Phil looked at the board game they were playing, and realized that it was soon to be over.

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  3. I felt his presence before I saw him through the mist. His dark form pierced the fog like a knife. Did he see me? Did he know I was here? Should I chance it? Fear crept into my being as I frantically called out in the night, β€œJust going to the bathroom! I’ll be done in a minute!”

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