Saturday, August 29, 2009

Photo-of-the-Day Caption Contest

The hilarity continues here on the blog! Some really great captions were submitted yesterday, and we agree with some of you in the comments that the latest winner is Rachel Velarde for her comment, "Help me Obi-wan Kenobi. You're my only hope."

Who will win one of the remaining two t-shirts?! Leave your clever captions below!

19 comments:

Outdoor Wreath said...

nice blog

Kevon said...

It's called a sword; I think you're supposed to use it with a fork.

djbram said...

It says it right here on the blade. "Made in China".

Michael said...

"Let's sell it on eBay and get something really nice for Erda's birthday."

JBHemlock said...

I see you have a sword. I have one, too. They're very manly and tough...

Jonathan Caves said...

Yes: it is beautifully made but I was hoping for something a little more traditional: like a diamond ring.

hicksag said...

You can stroke my sword, just notung...

t-squint said...

And you thought I was "Not Hung" !

jeff hanna said...

It's the sacred sword of the Kennedys. Why don't you wrap the handle with some of my favorite government red tape?

Katie said...

So this is really the sword that Arthur pulled from the stone??

Robert in New Orleans said...

It's self-sharpening and comes with a free set of steak knives!

Janet said...

"I think it's sharp enough. Now, where's the beef?"

eric holder said...

I wanted to use waterboarding on Hunding, but Wotan says that is now verboten. So how 'bout we do it the old fashioned way -- I'll start cutting off extremities, and you can use the red ribbon for a tourniquet.

Jason H said...

You never listen to me... I want a J.A. Henckels!

agnes said...

Oh my. It's so ... BIG .....

Henrietta said...

"You sure have a long, shiny, smooth one!!!"

Mary Stueben said...

Use this baby as a penknife, and you can write a realllllly binding contract!

Rob Falconer said...

On second thoughts, I think I'll go for a professional manicure

Rhiar said...

"Uh oh, we are in trouble. It reads "Property of King Arthur".