Caption Contest Winners

The Risky Business Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

The Risky Business Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.



(AP Photo/Mehr News Agency, Ruzbeh Jadidoleslam, File)

✰ THE WINNERS ✰

First: JazzShaw“I can see Israel from my house.”

Second: Debbie Mabey“Oh no! I have to leave the theater immediately — I think I left the thermonuclear reactor on back home.”

Third: charles austin “I thought you said I could see through burkas with these?”

HONORABLE MENTION

ptfromou – “The Future’s So Bright, I gotta wear shades”

Maggie Mama – Ahmadinejad waits in line for his swim flippers.

chsw – Ahmedinajad watches stuxnet-caused fireball at uranium enrichment plant.

John425 – Ahmadinejad: “Ah yes, I can hear much better now.”

Peterh – Maybe some Americans have a point…the ability to see junk has its downside…

G.A.Phillips – Part of the new line of homicide bomber safety wear. They reduce the brightness of the flash and protect your eyes from the flying debris.

ℛODNEY’S BOTTOM OF THE BARREL

“I must have the Illudium Pu-38 explosive space modulator.”


We study nuclear science, glowing critical masses.
Gotta crazy world Leader, who wears dark blast glasses.
Bomb production’s going great, And the missle’s flying better.

centrifuges running right,
Stuxnet won’t degrade,
‘Countryside’ll be so bright,
We’ll hafta wear shades.

Religious leaders waiting for Islam domination,
Nuke program in gear — buys a lot of of fear
Attack plans are in place, targetting is getting better

Terrorizing all right,
Uranium is Weapon’s grade
The blast’ll be so bright,
We’ll hafta wear shades

Well Allah be blessed and world be wise,
‘need a Kim Jong-Il techie, and X-ray guys,
Attacking Israel is great, but Tel Aviv is better.

thinkin’ Israel’s a blight,
and Islam’s gonna raid,
Iran’s future is so bright,
We gotta wear shades

The Monday Contest has already opened all the presents.

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Rodney Dill
About Rodney Dill
Rodney is an IT Implementation Consultant in the Motor City and working within the Automotive Industry. He contributed to OTB from November 2004 until retiring in July 2017, hosting some 1200 OTB Caption Contests.

Comments

  1. Woo hoo! Thanks for third, Rodney.