Caption Contest: For Better Or Worse Or Underwater Edition

March 3, 2013

Humor

I was going to do a “Fiscal Cliff” caption contest this week – and maybe I have in a roundabout metaphorical way – but all the photos of politicians with solemn “concerny” faces and stern “blamy” faces was giving me a headache, so I went a different way.  Take a moment and hit us with your best caption for today’s pic.

Vintage-Photo

Here’s one to get things started: “Stop looking so mad. You said ‘wear your best suit’ for the photo. This is, hands down, my best suit.”

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66 Comments on “Caption Contest: For Better Or Worse Or Underwater Edition”

  1. keziahcarrie.com Says:

    “I have a feeling it’s going to get deep in here!”

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  2. renée a. schuls-jacobson Says:

    A young Jacque Cousteau decides it is best to be prepared before he went exploring into the uncharted territory beneath Julia’s skirts.

    Reply

  3. renée a. schuls-jacobson Says:

    REVISED: A young Jacque Cousteau decides it is best to be prepared before exploring the uncharted territory beneath Julia’s skirts.

    Reply

  4. Waldo "Wally" Tomosky Says:

    Frankly, My Dear, I don’t give a dam.

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  5. k8edid Says:

    Emily Vernon worried needlessly about telling her husband that their mortgage was underwater…JV was prepared for any eventuality.

    Reply

  6. 1pointperspective Says:

    Prudence had long struggled with flatulence of the ripest sort. Gerald was able to spend time with her, but needed strategically placed pedestals lest the leaden headgear topple him over.

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  7. 1pointperspective Says:

    For heavens sakes Walter, the man said “Say cheese” not “High seas”!

    Reply

  8. cookie5683 Says:

    “Live, Love and Laugh happily ever after? Now that’s my kind of Prince Charming!”

    Reply

  9. reocochran Says:

    Oh brother! You are such a Drama King! Say we are going to have a portrait and this is how you react!

    Reply

  10. Luddy's Lens Says:

    Klaatu knew no amount of “barada nikto” could win his parents’ blessing. Attitudes about miscegenation were so backwards on his planet…

    Reply

  11. speaker7 Says:

    “This is by far the worst prom theme: Victorian Sea Dance? What does that even mean?”

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  12. Andrea Says:

    One of these people has a case of the vapours.

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    • Andrea Says:

      She crinkles her nose “oh, arthur, farting again?!”
      (as she lifts a cheek)

      He shields himself in a mopp suit from her odor…
      (but really just containing his own farts ’cause they smell so good)

      It’s a toss up who’s the culprit.

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  13. Life With The Top Down Says:

    1. Prior to air brushing, photographers had to be creative in ridding the hideous from family portraits.

    2. Air Brushing? Ain’t Nobody Got Time For Dat! (In honor of our obsession)

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  14. Polysyllabic Profundities Says:

    Elaine thought when she mentioned muff diving that George would understand what she meant. Clearly, that was not the case.

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  15. tomwisk Says:

    If we’re going to have sex, I’m going to wear protection.

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  16. Every Record Tells A Story Says:

    The Vatican’s cardinals felt that the candidates for Pope selected by the “people’s ballot” left a lot to be desired…

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  17. calahan Says:

    Moments later, Margaret was inspired to create the first line of ‘I’m With Stupid’ t-shirts.

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  18. rossmurray1 Says:

    Bernadette was delighted with her new marital aid.

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  19. Anka Says:

    “Honey there’s no need to boast . . . I already know I’m a different breed.”

    Reply

  20. Michael Says:

    Downton Abbey: Atlantis Edition.

    Reply

  21. ispiderbook Says:

    Standing ’round the fishbowl I thought, what the heck, I’ll check out the inside of that castle bubbles come out of.

    Reply

  22. She's a Maineiac Says:

    As Mary’s icy silence continued, and the moments of their first date ticked painfully by, George felt a sudden wave of panic. Maybe he should have gone with the zit cream instead?

    Reply

  23. She's a Maineiac Says:

    God, this party is such a drag. What say you and I blow this joint and go off to play a little game I like to call “Finding Nemo”?

    Reply

  24. becomingcliche Says:

    “I’m ready to take the plunge, baby. Now put on some Billy Ocean, and let’s do this thing!”

    Reply

  25. Elyse Says:

    Putting up with stunts like this is precisely why they call me a “Suffragette.”

    Reply

  26. skippingstones Says:

    “So…what are you doing after?”

    Reply

  27. Ape No. 1 Says:

    Till breath do us part…

    Reply

  28. Ape No. 1 Says:

    Well if she gets to wear her Portugese Man’o’war skirt …

    Reply

  29. Reheated Coffee Says:

    “I’m not sure what’s more distracting, Josephine. The thing on my head or the thing on yours.”

    Reply

  30. List of X Says:

    Maude could not quite figure out what had attracted her to Gary the most – whether it was his huge shiny-bright eyes, or his steel-like chiseled jaw, or his ability to kiss for 75 minutes without needing to inhale the air.

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  31. List of X Says:

    I’m sorry, is my perfume bothering you?

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  32. List of X Says:

    For this Halloween party, Julia arrived dressed as a princess, while Bob dressed as himself.

    Reply

  33. Sandy Sue Says:

    (this is why I never try this captioning-thing…all youse guys are so dang hilarious!)

    Reply

  34. elsavayatres Says:

    “Hey! Who turned out the lights!”

    (Doctor Who fans only)

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  35. gingerfightback Says:

    “I just hope he has a big knob”

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  36. johndburns Says:

    Sooner or later George was going to have to mention Mary’s bad breath problem.

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  37. mistyslaws Says:

    Margaret always had a secret thing for deep sea divers, but as to conversational skills, this one was a real cold fish.

    Luka . . . I am your father.

    Josephine didn’t want to tell the photographer how to do his job, but when he put in the life-sized diver mannequin to “lighten the mood,” she thought he might have gone a bit beyond the bounds of good taste.

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  38. tonyjayg Says:

    Not everyone on the Titanic died that night.

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  39. pegoleg Says:

    Candace didn’t even LIKE the new curtains but she figured what the hell; the guy had done Gwenyth’s place. That decision paid off big time – Architectural Digest cover shot!

    Reply

  40. Go Jules Go Says:

    I was going to leave the most epic caption of all time, but all I keep thinking is how solemn “concerny” and stern “blamy” that guy’s expression MIGHT be.

    Reply

  41. Audrey Says:

    “And this is why you don’t ask for an ‘Under The Sea’ themed photo shoot.”

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  42. Michelle Gillies Says:

    You know I am still in witness protection. No way they’ll find me from this photo.

    Reply

  43. Michelle Gillies Says:

    You knew what I was when you married me. Did you think I would somehow magically shed my scales and be able to breath above water?

    Reply

  44. Hurricane Says:

    “Say, how would you like to polish my helmet?”

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  45. thefoodandwinehedonist Says:

    Is that a hose going to your crotch or are you just… oh nevermind.

    Reply

  46. thesinglecell Says:

    “Jesus, Priscilla, what the hell are you wearing?”

    Reply

  47. Paul G. Eberlein Says:

    “It’s my wedding day in my wedding dress…I can photo-shop the idiot groom out of every picture anyway.”

    Reply

  48. aaforringer Says:

    Captain Cutler’s prom picture Rocky Point H.S. Class of 84. (hint: Scooby Doo)

    Reply

  49. UndercoverL Says:

    In an attempt to back her claims that she was, indeed, abducted by aliens, Tilda forced her sister to don the family’s scuba gear and make growling and clicking noises. Poor Tilda forgot that her Nokia flip-phone did not send MMS texts.

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  50. UndercoverL Says:

    Or… “Nope. Still ugly.”

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  51. Hurricane Says:

    When “Lead Pipe” replaced “The Bends,” Clue finally became a commercial success.

    Reply

  52. Hurricane Says:

    “Oh George, you’d lose your own head if it wasn’t bolted on.”

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  53. Hurricane Says:

    “I was just in the basement. You should call a plumber. Like, right now.”

    Reply

  54. susielindau Says:

    Hey baby. Come here often?

    Herb, I told you to dress comfortably not for underthesea.

    Charles hoped his fiance wouldn’t notice that one of his feet was bigger than the other.

    Reply

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