Caption Contest Winners

The Victoria’s Secret Knighty Edition Collection OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

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Puns rule the day over sexual innuendo or political banter, at least this time.

The Winners

First: spacemonkeyAnd then, she exploded. The blonde bombshell prototype was a success beyond all expectations.

Second: McGeheeEven after she’s finished making the outfit, she’s still riveting.

Third: yetanotherjohn – After Mier’s name was withdrawn, the Bush’s latest nominee was warmly received by the senate. While noting that the nominee continued to shield areas of vital interest to the senators, the senators warmly praised her “level of openess not seen in many years.” In related news, C-SPAN has seen its largest audiences ever as they followed the nominee’s confirmation hearings.

Honorable Mention:

McGehee“What’s in YOUR wallet!? Or are you just happy to see me?”

bitheadA crank in armor will never harm her.

Ingress – The first female President Of The United States won the hearts and minds of women voters. She won the hearts and minds (and other unnamed body parts) of male voters too.

AndersonOf course, this is only a prototype, and the battery compartment will be virtually unnoticeable on the production model.

Rodney’s Bottom of The Barrel

The new PETA “No Fur” Campaign did have its possibilities

What do a blonde and a suit of armor have in common?
They are both (k)nightly needs.

The Monday contest has already been started.

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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.


  1. Bithead says:

    I really DO think the support the troops magnets were a nice touch, though.

  2. Rodney Dill says:

    Whaddya mean you didn’t bring a can opener?

    – or –

    Rodney Dill Can Open ‘er

  3. McGehee says:

    Wow — I thought the “What’s in your wallet?” riff was the funnier of the two.

    Not that I’m complaining — it’s been years since I had two captions get favorable notice in the same contest, and that was when Dodd Harris was running his weekly contests at Ipse Dixit. (I tied myself for first place.)