Monday, June 20, 2005
Time for the Monday OTB Caption ContestTM
Winners will be announced Thursday PM
Michael Jackson resorts to wearing costumes to get near little boys.
Congratulations, graduates. You are now alumni of an elite group–things I’m glad I don’t have to see on T.V. anymore.
It’s bad enough having an autoimmune disorder when you’re a midget, but having to wear the Pokemon Environment Suits to go outside because they’re the only style available in your size is what drives most Bubble Boy Midgets to suicide.
“Take off that mask and let me have a pikachu.”
Howie the DNC Bee(Howard Dean in costume) begins reaching out to future voters.
Howie’s motto…”get’em while their young and inexperiened.”
Sorta like Jacko does…he.he!
Tom Sneddon, undercover at Neverland, attempts to get more potential victims to talk about Michael.
Pikachu handlers forgot to feed the creature before an event. Poor Jose didn’t have a chance.
As part of a civil settlement, Michael Jackson performed 100 hours of community service, then asked for more.
Hence Todd’s grandmother quit saying, “God bless you.”, whenever Pikachu was mentioned.
The Furry community had better start policing themselves if they’re ever going to get mainstream acceptance – oh, who are we kidding? Like Furries are ever going to get mainstream acceptance anyway.
A demonstration of the newest DDR varient, Nintendo’s Tango-Tango Pikachu.
As demonstrated by the “Little Jaime maneuver,” summons servers have a wide variety of ploys and disguises they can use in order to complete their assignments.
“Pssst…I’m naked in here…”
I just finished judging another caption contest with this same image. The entries were:
* baronlaw: “*knee to the groin* Take that Pika Rat!”
* daedalus4096: “No means no, Pikachu!”
* preciousjade: “No tongue, no tongue!”
* shiatretiel: “Pikachu? Whats that poking me down there?”
AS he prepares to open up Tokyo Neverland, Michael Jackson prepares new attractions.
It was a Father’s Day that Jose would never forget…
John Kerry’s magic hat is mistakenly presented to a neighborhood youth.
Objects in costume are larger than they appear.
The picture taken before the tragic moment when Picachu sneezed, generating a huge electrical field, instantly cooking the Pokemon fan. Investigators blame the promoters for not warning the patrons and George W. Bush for not spending enough federal tax dollars to prevent the tragedy.
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