OTB Caption Contest Winners

The Compensating For Something Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

The Compensating For Something Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.



First: jd – Bystanders at Monsanto 2012 Genetic Engineering Contest attacked by giant bacteria.

Second: Neil Hudelson – The citizens of Lilliput quickly learned the purpose behind the giant crate labeled “Trojan” that had washed up the week before.

Third: al-Ameda – The search for the Kardashian women continues


MaggieMama – Geez, some men really have swelled heads!

Mr. Prosser – Koreans begin exporting their excess gas needed to fuel the upcoming U.S. presidential campaign.

Tillman – The brave helium ranchers in Corso Condova in southern Florida really wish stimulus money had come their way.

Bill – Testing condoms for the CIA

LorgSkyegon – In an effort to change the Catholic Church’s stance on birth control, an activist group sends condoms to God.

MstrB – Jerry Brown unveils his plan to safely screw the tax payers of California


NO, I don’t think todays youth have a Nitrous Oxide problem.

…more than four hours, seek immediate medical attention.

Due to the increasing number of comments from big pricks, OTB is taking prophylactic measures.

The Korean nuclear warhead delivery system left a little to be desires.

Rastafarians prepare their Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons.

The Monday Contest is hoping they don’t serve Astronuggets.

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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. Just 'nutha ig'rant cracker says:

    I actually lived near the place where these launches happen. The current cargo of the balloons is socks. The advantage to sending socks is that the people who find the packets of socks can either wear them themselves if they choose or sell them in the market or some combination. The retail value of socks in South Korea is about about a dollar a pair. Translated into NK market value 10 pairs of socks becomes about 3 or 4 months income (or more).

  2. al-Ameda says:

    Thank you Rodney!
    it is an honor to accept this Third Place Winners award.
    I’d like to thank my agent and my attorney without whom this award would not have been possible.