Monday, April 25, 2005
Time for the Monday OTB Caption ContestTM
Winners will be announced Thursday PM
Honey, I shrunk Charles Blondin!
Acupuncturist Dr. Tom Thumb prepares to treat a bad case of lotus elbow.
You know, the Chinese may have a point in complaining about Japanese history books. I mean, did Japan really enter China in 1931 to put on a series of circus shows?
You’d better be real good, little man.
“My stick is bigger than your stick.”
Best visual metaphor for relationships ever.
“I can’t believe I drew Q-tip duty again.”
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“Cootchie cootchie coo!”
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“First we will ram this up the statues nose for the annual spring cleaning…”
With the era of disco hair gone, the epoch of hot pink warm-up suits seemingly forgotten and with only a largely useless stick left in his name, Raul decided to end it all. But first he knew he must say goodbye to his passionate marble lover.
Peter Jackson has announced that his next project will be both a movie version of the Greek myth “Pygmalion” and a remake of “Attack of the 50-Foot Tall Woman”.
“Prayin ta Buddha.. Prayin ta Buddha… Prayin ta Buddha… Hi Buddha… Prayin ta Buddha…”
Lotus Lolita says , Bring On The Roses , it’s my Birthday !
Bukake With Magic Wand On Princess XENA !
It is a brilliant fruition of Beloved Leader’s rigor of attaching primary importance to military affairs that the revolutionary armed forces of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea could work military miracles which will shine through centuries.
“I don’t know how I got talked into pollinating the freaking lotus again!”
Would you believe this lady got lint caught up in her navel ? Ah , so ! Her bellybutton !
What the?!?! According to Mapquest I should be at the giant Buddha now! Man, I knew I should have taken that left turn at Albuequerque!
On the next Fear Factor:
“Chinese Take-Out” Episode #569.
Contestants must eat xinhua tree grubs using chopsticks and walk a electrical wire over a pool of urine, human feces and steamed rice.
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