Time the Monday OTB Caption ContestTM
Monday, April 27, 2015
Winners for this contest will be announced next weekend.
I’m not so sure being a climate alarmist is worth it.
“OK, now that you’re up there, how do you get down?”
Hmmm, if I’m reading Big Ben right it’s about half past 1872.
The ribbon is for “Best in Show”… at the Westminster Kennel Club.
“I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favour to men of skill; but the weird happeneth to them all.”
OK, the UK version of the clown car is a lot more entertaining.
“A penny-farthing for your thoughts.”
Sir Rodney’s friends never let him live down to have worn yellow socks with a red ribbon.
“OK, I’m wearing my Tweed. Which way to Tammany Hall?”
“Rollin’ . . . rollin’ . . . . rollin’ on the river.”
“You may have a bigger wheel . . . but I’ve got 10 speeds.”
Conservatives and Labour are both working to build a ruling coalition with the Silly Party.
“Pardon me, have you got any left in your hip flask?”
It’s not the size that counts.
I thought I had nice wheels, but I spoke too soon.
“….. but where’s the kielbasa?”
“Uh… that’s Big Ben, that ain’t no Polish Moon.”
The Masterpiece Theatre remake of “Breaking Away,” whilst delightfully Edwardian, lacked the breezy midwestern charm of the original.
“Why, yes, my dear chap: This is the Grand Prix, and I am indeed the Grand Prick.”
London was soon overrun by the biker gang – Hell’s Daleks
Saturday, Saturday, Saturday.
Proper gentlemen enjoying the fresh air.
Monster front wheels.
Not an entry, but this photo immediately reminded me of the “Chimes of Big Ben” episode of the classic cold war TV series The Prisoner.
OK, what the hell. Entry:
“I am Number Two. You are Number Six.”
“What do you want?”
“Information. Or at least some talcum powder.”
Soon to be run off the road by sensible people
Now, even Lance Armstrong’s front wheel is juicing!
I would love to see Al Gore out here doing this!
“We all know who the big wheel is around here…”
It ain’t the size of the tire, it’s the power on the pedals.
Merry old England, where the industrial revolution first came…and then went away…
Sadly, this this speaks volumes for the current state of the UK automobile industry…
I rather hate to say it, but the latest model Thames Thomas Doohickey is a rather disappointing one….
In Jolly Ole’ England these fellows entertain themselves by the hour on their ride doing their generic version of every Monty Python comedy skit ever written…
“You split a participle!”
This early version of the “Have you any Grey Poupon?” ad was quickly abandoned.
Every Jaguar owner knows to keep a bike in the trunk.
Downton Abbey fields it’s own “Hell’s Angels” chapter.
“Say old chap, I hear that in Baltimore in the states, when a youth tells his mom that he'[s going to the CVS, “do you want anything”, it has a whole different meaning than you think…”
Somehow, the bike club name of “Jehovah’s Witnesses” hardly strikes fear in anyone…
Bike Man One: “I say, those Baltimore riots are dreadful. That looted and burned CVS store for
Bike Man Two: “I know. If only they could have put up a sign that said “Educational Bookstore,
then no rioters would have gone in there. That’s like kryptronite for rioters…”
Bike Man One: “Did you hear that the people are revolting in Baltimore?”
Bike Man Two: ” Most assuredly..”
Bike Man One: “I say old chap, how can you tell it’s May Day in the states?”
Bike Man Two: “Bernie Sanders declared?”
Bike Man One: “I say old chap, what do Paul Hooson, John Kerry, Barry Goldwater and Bernie Sanders all have in common?”
Bike Man Two: “Four Jews who will never be president?”
“What’s the hurry?”
“It’s the 5th of November, they’re going to blow up Parliament!”
“Sir, it’s May. I think the date format on your phone is set to U.S.!”
“Blast those Yanks!”
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