Caption Contest

Time for the Thursday OTB Caption ContestTM

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Winners will be announced Monday PM

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Rodney Dill
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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.


  1. Patrick T. McGuire says:

    Somehow, the thought of cowboys and indians will never be the same again.

  2. “The Roses are nice,but I was hoping for Poppies.”

  3. SgtFluffy says:

    You will be paying for these now…please?

  4. Lindy R. Dole says:

    “… and if ya ever need a job there Singh baby, New York could always use more taxi drivers.”

  5. the Pirate says:

    “Laura, where’s the Slurpee Machine?”

    “Thank you, come again.”

  6. DaveD says:

    President Bush (with his wife Laura) awaits the judges scores after skating effortlessly to a nuclear energy agreement with India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (far right). His short program a day earlier included a tribute to blossoming democracy in Afghanistan.

  7. “Sure, we’ll bring these ticking bundles flowers to your friend Pervez.”

  8. Lyn says:

    “Hmm, those look good enough to eat. What say you, husband?”

    (also, a Three Stooges Caption Contest is up at Bloggin’ Outloud, lgp)

  9. A mistake by a state department protocol officer results in the first double same sex marriage between national leaders and their wives.

  10. Rachel Edith says:

    LOL yetanotherjohn

  11. Rachel Edith says:

    “Well, you sure do put the gross in gross domestic product. These flowers smell like dung.”

  12. ken says:

    “This taxi does not go to Queens! Get out and take your flowers with you!!”

  13. Elmo says:

    Howdy Dean, Helloooooo Senator Kerry. I’m the President, and you’re not. Ain’t thadda beach. Gotta run, just wanted to give you guys a shout out and tellya I miss you.

    XOXO Dubya

  14. T. Harris says:

    “Heh-heh, I think I’ll get me one of those cool-lookin’ light blue turbans and REALLY freak out the Dubai port deal opposers!”

  15. the man says:

    The Bushes failed to realize that by accepting the roses, Jenna was now betrothed to Jala Singh, the 13 year old son of the Indian Prime Minister.

  16. Cowboy Blob says:

    “Just because I’m a Cowboy, doesn’t mean you need to worship me, Mister Shing, but I appreciate the offering. [aside to State Department weenie] Are we expected to eat these all in one sitting?”

  17. FreakyBoy says:

    President Bush then gave a short speech where he apologized for the massacre at Wounded Knee and how he had always been a big fan of Jim Thorpe.

  18. Hermoine says:

    “Namaste? Huh? Laura I think that old woman just said I’m nasty.”

  19. Steve Doherty Jr. says:

    “Laura? Keep smiling and grab my deodorant stick in my pocket. Now, give it to those ‘fossils’ to the left of you or as Rove always says, ‘I’m gonna upchuck.’ Remember, keep smiling! Now!
    Grab it!”

  20. “All this hand shaking and smiling has made me hungry, let’s say we hit a Steak-House.”

  21. Lindy R. Dole says:

    “Thanks, but we don’t have any gifts in return”
    “That is very OK, We took your jet.”

  22. Ingress says:

    Bush – “Why, thank you for these lovely flowers.”

    aside – “And for not making me say newcleer energy. For that, I have put you in the Newcleer Club. And wow, I just noticed that you both have really attractive facial hair.”

  23. McCain says:

    Yes Gurcharan, those flowering bushes would be excellent with Tandoori chicken.

  24. Lasting Magic says:

    “Hi, I’m Dubya, Manmohan. My friend, Condi, asked me to set up a call center for her upcoming presidential bid. And maybe you could flummox the existing call center for a Hillary Rodham Clinton. We can iron out the details later. I will make this worth your while. Do you know how to pronounce the word N U C L E A R?”

  25. President Bush and his wife Laura graciously accept the traditional Indian gift of curried flowers after arriving in New Delhi on Wednesday, as Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh looks on. Meanwhile Singh’s wife, Gurcharan Kaur, demonstrates the customary “avoidance of eye-contact” from two paces behind the Prime Minister.

  26. McGehee says:

    After reading the first submission in this contest, I’m out.