Caption Contest Winners

The Stiff Upper Lip Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

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The Winners

First: Chrees – Does this outfit make my rear look fat?

Second: Jay TeaFollowing long-standing procedure, Corporal Eddington (right) refused to be relieved from his post when he realized that Sergeant Chesterfield (left) had reported for duty out of uniform again.

Third: Bithead “I think this ‘don’t ask don’t tell’ thing is working well, don’t you?”

Honorable Mention:

Scott P РNow, Mr. Guard, I̢۪ll show you something I like to call the 69th position. I bet that will get a rise out of you. . .

Anna S. РThese slippers are killing me; next time you be the sugar plum fairy and I̢۪ll be the nutcracker.

Masked Menace – After realizing the ballerina was turned ever so slightly too far the wrong way, Major Stifas Abored, thought to himself, “Sometimes, I really hate my job.”

Rodneys Bottom of the Barrel

I call This position ‘The Moss’

And of course, The Thursday contest has already started.

Conservative Life has started their next contest as well.

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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. Jay Tea says:

    Woohoo! 2nd!

    Ever since I became a regular poster over at Wizbang, I’ve felt self-conscious about entering the contests there. (Well, that and the sheer quality and quantity of the entries that show up before I can even SEE the picture have intimidated the hell out of me.) But it’s nice to know I still got it. Thanks, Rodney!


  2. Rodney Dill says:

    I was wondering why I hadn’t seen more captions from you lately. I thought you were just to busy being the blogosphere version of Garrison Keillor. Your narratives of Cow Hampshire seem to have become popular.

  3. Mythilt says:

    ‘sigh’, I just realized I never wrote my entry for this one….

    ‘I thought it was the man’s pants that were supposed to go stiff on seeing the ladies.’

    Ah, well.

    yes, my mind resides in a gutter.