Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Caption Contest #40

I know, it isn't specifically religious. Stretch! Caption away in the midrash box.

UPDATE! We have a winner!
Allen from It Came From Allen's Brain!: "But there's still only one Jesus."

Picture found here, under Running of the Santas Slideshow.

13 comments:

Catholic Audio said...

Addressing the annual convention of Santas, Pope Benedict reconsiders the wisdom of wearing ermine to the event...

Catholic Audio said...

Silly links. Here's the link to the Holy Father in ermine: http://www.catholicpressphoto.com/servizi/2006-12-08-piazza-spagna/images/prevs/2006-12-08-spagna%2007.jpg

And another:
http://www.repubblica.it/2003/e/gallerie/esteri/camauro/afp72919392112130717_big.jpg

Paul Cat said...

"Will the real Saint Nick please stand up?"

or

"I'm Sparta-uhhh, I mean Santa."

Tim said...

The center spread of the new holiday-themed photo-puzzle book "Where's Baby Jesus?".

Allen said...

Paul Cat, You beat me to it!

Maybe, "Moments later, the sound waves created by 700 hearty ho-ho-hos caused a large section of downtown Miami to collapse."

Or, "But there's still only one Jesus."

Perhaps, "The explanation for America's milk-and-cookie shortage."
Or for the Brits, "We're gonna need a lot more mince pies!"

What is the collective noun for a bunch of folks in Santa Claus suits, anyway? A jolly of Santas? A sack of Santas?

Tim said...

What is the collective noun for a bunch of folks in Santa Claus suits, anyway?

I'm guessing a small group would be called a whiff of Santas. This larger sized group though, would be called a stench of Santas.

Sieglinde said...

Thousands of people misunderstood an announcement that the Holy Father would appear and address the crowds regarding his recently-released Apostolic Exhortation, "Sancti Clausus" (Holy to the End)......

Shieldmaiden96 said...

"Christmas in the Matrix can sometimes be a bit confusing".

Dcn Scott Dodge said...

That's a long row to Ho, Ho, Ho

suburbancorrespondent said...

"Yes, Virginia. Yes. Yes! Yes!"

DMinor said...

If I had a Nicholas for every time I heard "Jingle Bell Rock" . . . .

Ruth said...

The dry cleaner had no idea what a turnout there'd be to his FREE SANTA SUIT CLEANING ad!

Intrepid Mother of the Front Pew Crew said...

I am chiming in a bit late on this one, but here it is anywho.

In a move of solidarity with Pope Benedict XVI, thousands of men dressed in ermine trimmed red velvet arrived at the pope's general audience chanting,

"Benedict's our man.
Dress snazzy, he can."
Their bellies shook like jelly
as they shouted,
"Go home Zeffirelli"