Sunday, August 26, 2007

Another Photo Caption Contest

Here's Ninnie Choo Choo at 3 years old, complete with my cowboy boots and sitting on my new bicycle, circa 1957. Sue gave her blessings to post the photo and commence with the contest.

Winner gets a jar of Duke's mayonnaise. Those with frequent blogger miles will remember Sue's post extolling the attributes of Duke's mayo.

Same contest format. Let the games begin!


Paula Johnson said...

"Born to be Mild."

Paula Johnson said...

"Heck on Wheels."

Paula Johnson said...

"Don't let the Christmas tree fool you. Those candles in the window are a Menorah."

Susan Carrier said...

Paula, you're on a roll.

Are you jonsein' for an avocado, lettuce and tomato sandwich with Duke's mayo?

Paula Johnson said...

On a roll? To win mayo?

I giggle at your play on words.

Piper Robert said...

Okay people, let's stay focused. Sue, quit cheerleading. Contest rules are contest rules. You're to remain neutral.

p.s. Nice job, Paula.

SAMO Calling said...

Entry 1:
Horse Thief!

Entry 2:
Yes m'am, all cowboys reverse their underpants in the wild!

Entry 3:
Christmas checklist: MY Boots, MY Bike, My Doll. Hey Robert, what did Santa bring you?

VeryVenice said...

Hey Susan -
Just wanted to say HI and Happy belated Birthday. Your blog is wonderful.

Laurie Selik

suzy keleher said...

"HI HO ChooChoo AWAY!"
"Catch me if you can Grandma!"
"Horse thief wins hearts from West Virginia to West Coast"
I want my Mayo! Love, Suze

Susan Carrier said...

Mama, don't let your babies grow up to be cowgirls.
Let them be bikers and pianists instead.

Suzy Keleher said...

Oh I like that one, Susan! Love,Suze

Karen said...

"Underpants!? We cowgirls don't need no steeenkin' underpants!"

"No I am NOT a tomboy! See my dolly?"

"I'll get you, granny ... and your fancy little apron, too!"

SAMO Calling said...

Karen - That apron caption is funny!

Karen said...

Samo, my favorite is your entry #3! :-)

JN said...

Haven't checked in in a while, so I won't contribute a caption since the contest may be over. But I had a bike just like when I was 5 (also in 1957) navy blue, with a flat carrier in the back. Did your daddy swear he would not let go on the first day you went without training wheels? Mine did. He was lying, of course. Thanks, dad, for the gift of speed.