Monday, October 20, 2008

Caption Contest #63

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Tim at Lapped Catholic: Trudging home despondently, Sam finally realized that the "Unicycle of the Passion" wasn't as effective an evangelization tool as he thought it would be.


11 comments:

Baron Korf said...

Cross Walk meets cross walk?

MightyMom said...

ummmmm anybody got a map to Golgotha??

LarryD said...

At the cross roads of life.

-OR-

Pete figured he was technically bearing his cross, even with the wheel assist.

Rev. David Garrett said...

Not a caption, but... isn't the wheel on the bottom cheating???

Tim said...

Trudging home despondently, Sam finally realized that the "Unicycle of the Passion" wasn't as effective an evangelization tool as he thought it would be.

DH said...

What do you mean this is the detour around the road work at the Via Dolorosa !!??!!

Bismuth said...

This unicycle is impossible to ride... no wonder he fell 3 times!

Anonymous said...

Just as an FYI I read an article about this guy or someone like him years ago. He used drag the cross across the country but the "drugged" end of the beam was constantly wearing off so he added the wheel to add endurance.

DMinor said...

"Hmm . . .Mapquest said to take a left on Via Dolorosa to get to Golgotha"
(apologies mightymom and dh, who had it first)

or

"The improved deluxe cross comes complete with a 'Simon of Cyrene' wheel. . . ."

or

"Passion in the City"

CMinor said...

When not in use as an evangelization tool, the "Trundle Cross" allows the roving preacher to log miles travelled in the Lord's service, or mark out the field for an interfaith softball game.

or,

Pablo thought his innovation would allow for a faster-paced Holy Week procession, and was disappointed to learn that the organizers did not see this as an advantage.

CMinor said...

Oh, that's weird--my word verification was "pater."