Caption Contest

Time for the Monday OTB Caption ContestTM



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Winners will be announced Thursday PM

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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. Jo says:

    Cindy Sheehan practices for her citizenship test before moving to Iraq

  2. Bithead says:

    The race was run by comittee.
    (Hint; a camel is a horse built by comittee)

    Ever since the tobbacco companies wre forced out of auto racing, Camel Cigrattes was forced into other forms of sport where product recognition was possible.

    Once the race was done, they all went back to the Camelot.

  3. WHOAH CAMEL!

    – Yosemite Sam

  4. Rodney Dill says:

    Cindy Sheehan practices for her citizenship test before moving to Iraq

    Who woulda thunk Cindy could run so fast.

  5. Gunning for the Triple Crown,

  6. T. Harris says:

    Khalid the Camel exhibits one of the more unpleasant symptoms of a serious case of vapor lock.

  7. McGehee says:

    Real camel jockeys don’t wear turbans.

  8. Mythilt says:

    Interviewer, “So Al’ Tabuli, what is your secret for winning races?”
    Camel Jockey Al’Tabuli, “I have a vet at the starting line with two bricks in plain sight of the camel.”

  9. DL says:

    So that’s what “Beetlebum” looks like!

  10. DL says:

    The 2008 candidate get an early start in their bellweather races.

  11. DL says:

    Dr. Zacharia Phillipen had warned owners of past Derby winners, that too much in-breeding for faster horses was going to be at great cost!

  12. Bithead says:

    * “….. On the rail, it’s Humperdink…and on the outside, it’s Megahump…..”( Crowd: Humperdink! Humperdink! Humperdink! Humperdink! Humperdink!)

    [hmm speaking of humperdink]…

    * After they got married, Pricess Buttercup tended to spend a lot of time betting on the races of the “Rodents of Unusual Size”.

    * Hump?, what hump?

  13. Anodyne says:

    It’ not a bad gig for now, Joe Camel, tells our roving “Where Are They Now” reporter, but I’d like to break into Indie films and Spuds Mckenzie tells me business is booming in Abu Graib.

  14. The Man says:

    The Charge of the 12th Iranian Mounted Infanty

  15. The Man says:

    Your mother races camels

  16. Hodink says:

    What? No gasoline! Janis Joplin’s family evacuates Port Arthur.

  17. yetanotherjohn says:

    Thats one of the ugliest things I have ever seen. And her horse doesn’t look so hot either.

  18. Lindy R. Dole says:

    All in all, the Nazgul were a lot more fierce on horseback.

  19. Due to global warming, hurricanes strike for the first time in the Middle East. Evacuees start heading out.

  20. Dr. Zubov says:

    As oil prices climb American citizens search for alternative methods of transportation

  21. Sgt Fluffy says:

    Hey guys!…Have you seen my Camels Toe?

  22. DL says:

    Since British law now forbids the use of horses to chase foxes, several enterprizing hunt clubs have taken other legal means to enjoy their bloodsport.

  23. Rachel Edith says:

    With Bush Approval Ratings in the toilet, Republicans go in search of a new image and party mascot. ‘No more drama. We’re dromedary.’

  24. Lasting Magic says:

    “Silly me. I had something else entirely in mind when you said you wanted to hump me.”

  25. Mr. Right says:

    And at the wire, it’s Osama’s Mama by a nose!

  26. the Pirate says:

    Women riding camels, now that will get the ‘Arab Street’ up in arms.

    Ted Kennedy, “It may be the whiskey talking, but those horses look like camels.”

  27. Rodney Dill says:

    Ted Kennedy, “It may be the whiskey talking, but those horses look like camels.”

    Sort of makes you rethink the definition of “humped” animal.

  28. DL says:

    See what global warming will do to a horse’s DNA!

  29. DL says:

    Environmental enthusiasts were estatic to learn that their latest means of transportation had not only passed the EPA standards for fuel efficiency, but were actually beginning to threaten Japan’s lead in the hybrid market!