OTB Caption Contest Winners

The Don't Walk Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

The Don’t Walk Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

Israeli Arab youths clash with Israeli police at the entrance to the town of Kfar Kanna, in northern Israel

REUTERS/Ammar Awad


First: Mu – “This is going to look great in my man cave” (…and he really means cave… – rodney)

Second: CSK- Clearly, the goalies in the Damascus Street Hockey League play by their own rules.

Third: RockThisTown – Hey, it’s not like it was nailed down.


Moosebreath – We’re gonna cross where we want to — we’ll even bring our own sign for it.

al-Ameda – “We don’t need no stinking crosswalks”

Paul Hooson – “Oh, there’s my bus stop…”

DrDaveT – “If I could walk that way, I wouldn’t need the talcum powder.”

JKB – “Syria or St. Louis? You decide.

Hal_10000The ISIS version of hopscotch leaves a lot to be desired.


Gaza’s only super hero “The Crossing Guard” did not lead a particularly glamorous life.

The Palestinian Thor wields Mjollnir.


Signs, signs, everywhere there’s signs
F*ckin’ up the scenery, breakin’ my mind
Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign

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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. Franklin says:

    Mu- Congrats (and excellent editor’s note, Rodney!)

    DrDaveT – That was a much better variant of one of my submissions.

  2. Paul Hooson says:

    Hello Rodney. I loved your Five Man Electrical Band song lyrics from “Signs”. They were one of my favorite 70’s acts from Canada. Les Emmerson was a real master performer, where “Absolutely Right” was my favorite song by this group. The band was one of few acts distributed on the small Lionel Record Label, and the artists on this small label to merit two album releases. MGM distributed this small label and now Universal owns the masters to this tint defunct label. The tiny record label lasted from 1970 to 1971. The label had the same name as Lionel Trains, but appeared not to have a connection.