Monday, August 18, 2008

Caption Contest #56

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UPDATE! We have winners!
John, Locusts and Honey: At that point, Dr. Freud fainted from symbolism overload.

Criffton: Sometimes cantors go a bit too far....

13 comments:

Paul Cat said...

-"The Kick is UP, and it's good!"

-"TOUCHDOWN!"

-"This is the last time I get directions from a talking camel."

-"The last desert father asks God "Y?""

-"Staring Michael Flately in Lord of the Poles."

Anonymous said...

For those following the spiritual regimen of St. Simeon Stylites, the first step is to begin with low pillars.

Jaibee said...

"I'm the king of the world!!!! Okay, okay, You are!"

Athanasius contra mundum said...

You might notice the guy on the pillar and wonder what he is doing. You should wonder what is that metal pyramid thing at the bottom of the picture and what is it part of.

Dcn Scott Dodge said...

From the base of the pillar, the shout went up- "Hey, stylite wannabe, put on a shirt!"

truthfinder said...

"... he puzzled his mother, he puzzled his father, he even puzzled the Good Lord, rather...."

Criffton said...

Sometimes cantors go a bit to far...

Dcn Scott Dodge said...

At the end of the day the pious and sunburnt young man realized that the Holy Spirit, despite his many pleas and acts of supplication, was not going act as his sun screen.

John said...

At that point, Dr. Freud fainted from symbolism overload.

Mim Murray aka Bookishmuch said...

"Hey STELLA!!!!!!!!"

DMinor said...

It is a little known fact that, in addition to wrestling, running and the discus throw, pole-sitting was a major event in the ancient Olympics

Nadja Magdalena said...

"Look, Ma, top of the world!"

CMinor said...

Not a caption attempt, but he does some nifty gymnastics moves in the subsequent two shots of the album.

Did those guys seriously climb all the way up that mountain just to do art shots on the theme of the rise of a religion?