Friday, July 27, 2007

Caption Contest #27

Source.

Caption away in the midrash box....

UPDATE! We have a winner!
John at Locusts and Honey: Fan vids for The Flying Nun are so totally lame.

16 comments:

Johanna said...

Several entries:


Whoops! Wrong hallway!

Is it "take your pastor to work" day again?

The Angel of Death called in sick today, so we bring you... THE ANGEL OF UTTER CONFUSION!!!

Confuse A Cat: Nursing Home Edition

On this week's episode of "Clerics Gone Crazy..."

Belly said...

YOU... CANNOT... PASS!!!

EegahInc said...

I am the spirit of Vatican II! Wooooooo!

Tim said...

Everyone was relieved at Saint Dymphnas Home as Brother Karl, who believes he is the Holy Spirit, decided to manifest as a dove. They didn't want a repeat of last week's fiasco when he decided to manifest as a tongue of fire!

Domini Sumus said...

First there was the "flying nun", now there is the flying priest.

KaleJ said...

Holy Spirit, it gives you wings!

mcewen said...

Stand aside.........we have lift off!
Cheers

Queen of Dysfunction said...

Flying nun? Flying nun? I'll show you a flying nun...

angelmeg said...

Elvis is back in the building!

Athanasius contra mundo said...

I like the Spirit of Vatican II caption.

CMinor said...

Looks kinda M.C. Escher to me.

How about:

Optical Illusion: Which is taller, the pastor or the doors?

Or:

To kick off the C. S. Lewis workshop, Father performed a dramatic pantomime on the theme:
"'mere' Christianity is...like a hall out of which doors open into several rooms."

John said...

Fan vids for The Flying Nun are so totally lame.

Domini Sumus said...

When Father O'Brien heard that Joan Chittiser had come to visit, he flew into turbo ejection mode.

valentina said...

Νο βαδ! τηε πιψ
Ι μεαν I mean No bad the pic!
sorry my greek..

Paul Cat said...

Everyone Run for it! It's the Spirit of Vatican II.

Queen of Dysfunction said...

Ok, seriously? I missed the "Confuse A Cat" reference until I read all the comments just now.

I think johanna deserves to win simply based on obscure yet funny Monty Python references.