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Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

Posted on: February 8, 2010 10:39 am
Edited on: February 9, 2010 1:14 am
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February Scoreboard
1. BuccinGator 4
1. Strictly Butta 4
2. wetookthebait 3
3. Mister Peabody 2
3. ktopp24 2
3. kmvenne 2
3. skinsinsk 2
4. coctopus 1
4. D2Moo 1
4. magicandbird 1
4. teets3 1
4. Hoosier Mick 1

How to Play:

It's simple, really. Look at the sports-related pictures above, and give us your funniest caption for any or all of them. You can write as many captions for each as you would like.

The contest runs daily, Monday-Thursday. Each day's contest will usually be posted by noon ET, and will usually end around 11 p.m. ET. If I decide that your caption is the funniest or most clever submitted for that picture, it will be declared a winner.

Winning captions will be announced when the contest ends. There will be one winner for each picture, and also one winner for the person who can string together the 5 best captions all with the same theme.

You will be awarded one point for each winning caption that you post. You will see a running tally on the scoreboard, which will be posted at the beginning and end of each day. At the end of each month a champion is declared, and we shower that user in praise and adulation! We add his screenname to the Wall-O-Fame, and then we start everyone's score back at 0.

This contest is just for fun, and there are no real prizes at this time. Who thinks they can make us laugh? :)

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Comments

Since: Jan 9, 2007
Posted on: February 8, 2010 3:52 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

As a Colts fan, I find picture #5 under the title of "Women of Super Bowl XLIV" to be offensive. I'm sure everyone else will find it to be funny and think I should lighten up, and that's fine, but I came here hoping to find a laugh or two. No such luck today I guess.

I think Mick is seriously pissed off!! He hasn't posted anything all day.


I think you're right, ktopp.  That's it, Joe!  Sensativity training for you!!!




Since: Nov 16, 2006
Posted on: February 8, 2010 3:26 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

As a Colts fan, I find picture #5 under the title of "Women of Super Bowl XLIV" to be offensive. I'm sure everyone else will find it to be funny and think I should lighten up, and that's fine, but I came here hoping to find a laugh or two. No such luck today I guess.

I think Mick is seriously pissed off!! He hasn't posted anything all day.



Since: Nov 16, 2006
Posted on: February 8, 2010 3:21 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

#4 - Stephanie had to turn away in disgust, because once again, her man-hands made another guys willy look extremely small.



Since: Mar 2, 2008
Posted on: February 8, 2010 3:13 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

Mardi Gras Shenanigans

#1- Sure they look composed now, but a few more of those beers and Kat and Kim are sure to be on the next "Girls Gone Wild" dvd...

#2- Somehow, no one was surprised when Condoleezza Rice ran out of beads before Spike Lee

#3- Katie's self confidence plummeted when Jorge took one look at her and said "this is why it's called 'fat tuesday'"...

#4- When confronted by the local police, stop whatever it is you are doing and put your hands up in the air immediately...even if you may drop your drink, just do it...and if you have to, use your girlfriend as a shield.

#5- If you have butterfingers and drop the beads thrown to you just relax...there are more to come...MUCH MORE!




Since: Mar 7, 2008
Posted on: February 8, 2010 3:02 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

4) Paddy's Pub celebrates the Super Bowl with their all new Canon-Shot. When the Shotgun just isn't enough to get you drunk, get a canon-shot to the face. Soaking wet? No problem, clean up in style thanks to the di-- towel!



Since: Oct 26, 2009
Posted on: February 8, 2010 2:44 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

1. Tiffany and Monica are seen here leaving the Superbowl site where they are headed for this weekend's NASCAR festivities.

2. I thought New York fans were the most loyal in the country?  Spike Lee proves this not be the case.

3. If you like this, we can go to private screening where I will show you my real wand.

4. Linda apparently bet the over on last night's game.

5. You are supposed to catch with these?

Theme: Yakov Smirnoff, I Love This Country

1. Hot chicks on da beach instead of KGB with machine guns...I love this country

2. Bi-partisan politics instead of Boris Yeltsin...I love this country

3. Jobs in which it is legal to touch a woman with your wand instead of jobs making vodka...I love this country

4. Celebrating with friends in a bar instead of making friends behind bars...I love this country

5. Manly football instead of girly gymnastics...I love this country




Since: Nov 16, 2006
Posted on: February 8, 2010 2:44 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

#1 - Blonde: "Hey can you believe we're first in line for the buffet?"

Brunette: "Yeah I know. You'd think with all the people here for the game that more of them would have seen the supper sign. I mean it's got huge letters, I don't know how they missed it."

Blonde: "Tell me about it, some people are just plain stupid. I'm hungry, when do they start serving?"



Since: Nov 16, 2006
Posted on: February 8, 2010 2:37 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

#3 - After the Saints kicker made his 3rd field goal of 40+ yards, security personel at the stadium decided to put his name on their scanners in hopes that the same "can't miss" philosophy would work for them with the chicks.



Since: Jun 20, 2007
Posted on: February 8, 2010 2:19 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

2)  With a few flashes,  Spike was surprised how easy it was to acquire Condi's beads.



Since: Jun 20, 2007
Posted on: February 8, 2010 2:10 pm
 

Photo Caption Contest: Women of Super Bowl XLIV

4) Unfortunately, it required visual aid for Kim to understand the meaning of "Eating at the Y."


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