Thursday, June 16, 2005

“Caption This Cartoon” Contest - June/July 2005


“Picture it wearing a ratty, fingertip, fox jacket and

a pair of club heels. It's the spitting image of your mother!”



“Cartoon Caption Contest” Winner, June/July!

Carol McDonald is our latest winner for the fine caption above!
Congratulations, Carol!
You will receive a special prize picked out just for you!
(Please send your mailing address to meskimen@appliedsilliness.com )

HONORABLE MENSCHES:
“Against their better judgement -- The studio allows real Pirates to critique Pirates of the Carribean PART VI.”
Don Reed

“Blast woman I don't care if you are a veggian... belay those complaints. I want to see the death scene of Moby Clamato.”
Graham Halky

“Do I believe it? Missy, I LIVED it!”
David Long

Well done to everybody who played!
There is no restriction on how many times you can win, so play on!
All captions become the property of meskimen applied silliness, inc.

45 Comments:

Anonymous Cynicazmo said...

"Did you remember to dock the ship?"

6/17/2005 8:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's my cousin Neil's boat...
-Roland Portugal

6/18/2005 2:24 PM  
Blogger Amy Hardcastle said...

"Arrrgh! They pirated my screenplay."

6/20/2005 10:35 AM  
Anonymous Steve Kennard said...

The last time I saw a "chowder-head", we were running a cargo of rum from Jamaica to Miami.

6/22/2005 2:11 PM  
Anonymous Abani Rath said...

.....this film must be " TITANOCONDA "

6/23/2005 2:01 AM  
Anonymous Don Reed said...

Against their better judgement -- The studio allows real Pirates to critique Pirates of the Carribean PART VI.

6/23/2005 3:53 PM  
Blogger Dan Pietrowski said...

"Boy I'd love to catch some sea clams that size!"

6/23/2005 6:29 PM  
Blogger Brent Sheppard said...

Luckily, I was wearin' me brown pants.

And here we are clamming off the coast of Texas.

Aye, Nessie is startin' to show her age.

My working title is "Little Seafood Shop of Horrors."

6/30/2005 10:40 AM  
Blogger Carol McDonald said...

Picture it wearing a ratty, fingertip, fox jacket and a pair of club heels. It's the spitting image of your mother!

7/04/2005 5:44 AM  
Anonymous Carol McDonald said...

Throw a hand granade into its mouth and it's instant clam chowder.

7/04/2005 2:19 PM  
Blogger Carol McDonald said...

A boat like that could be a real chick magnet.

7/04/2005 2:26 PM  
Blogger THE Josh Koenig said...

Let me tell you, she was a hassle to work with on the set. She always wanted food…she kept screaming “FEED ME!” That’s why we had to use the animatronics version.

7/05/2005 7:17 AM  
Blogger Carol McDonald said...

I managed to save this hat and jump overboard just before clamzilla swallowed the ship.

7/05/2005 11:01 PM  
Anonymous abani rath said...

...animators are animals, someway.

7/06/2005 5:18 AM  
Anonymous abani rath said...

whether you agreee with me or not, all here have paid to be fooled.

7/06/2005 5:26 AM  
Anonymous abani rath said...

whether you agree with me or not, all here have paid to be fooled.

7/06/2005 5:26 AM  
Blogger tommy landers said...

"Oh, don't worry, my hat ALWAYS gets a stiffy at this part."

"YES!"

7/10/2005 8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Little Ship, Little Ship of Horrors..."

7/11/2005 9:29 AM  
Anonymous scheduling goddess said...

OK, who's the clown who ordered the oysters??

7/11/2005 9:32 AM  
Anonymous scheduling goddess said...

When I said I was a cheap date, this isn't what I had in mind!

7/11/2005 9:37 AM  
Anonymous Doug Hogg said...

"This is my favorite part.

7/13/2005 12:04 AM  
Blogger mcdeez said...

Arrrrgh! Get your hands off me popcorn.

7/15/2005 4:34 PM  
Anonymous Shannon Henry said...

Tom Cruise's non-medicated choice to combine "Pirates of the Caribbean 3" with "War of the Worlds 2".

7/16/2005 10:22 AM  
Blogger Todd said...

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7/16/2005 12:40 PM  
Blogger Todd said...

A scene from "Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Movie Heckler."
-
"Yarrgh. The scurvy curs gave me extree butter. They'll pay for this with their blood."
-
"You know, Reggie, these past few months have been great. You've taken me to some great restaurants and nice parks... but for God's sake, take off the pirate costume!!"
-
During past-regression hypnosis, Charlie's past life takes a night on the town.

7/16/2005 12:43 PM  
Anonymous Kim B. said...

Don't worry me pretty matey, it's just a movie.....

7/20/2005 12:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Blast woman I don't care if you are a veggian... belay those complaints. I want to see the death scene of Moby Clamato."

"You know it is historically accurate in every detail, right down to the baby clams that eat South Beach, Florida.'

"No pun intended, but CLAM IT UP, I'M TRYING to watch the movie!"

Graham Halky

7/20/2005 11:42 PM  
Anonymous Graham said...

“How’d all these people get in my living room?”

7/25/2005 11:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Van Gogh had his “blue” period, Monet had water lilies, and I like to think of this as my “wicked sea serpent” phase.

-K nalty

7/29/2005 5:28 AM  
Blogger Kent Hunt said...

"Fortunately Popeye was on his honeymoon with Olive Oil so the director cast me for the lead."

7/30/2005 10:25 PM  
Anonymous David Long said...

Do I believe it? Missy, I LIVED it!

Then, after snatchin' the pearl that was bigger than yer head, I turns the ship away from the edge of the world and, er...just keep watchin'...

Ar, 'tis the trailer for the new Micheal Moore film about the Dutch West India Company!

7/31/2005 10:36 AM  
Anonymous Mark Zamoyta said...

Now this is how I got me wooden leg and hook on me arm. By the way, let me hook some of that popcorn, would ya?

7/31/2005 11:09 AM  
Anonymous Mark Zamoyta said...

Aye. This is why Disney shut down the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, so I had to work the Jungle Cruise last summer.

7/31/2005 11:42 AM  
Anonymous Starlet42 said...

Notes from 2006 Woody Allen Fall Project: Purple Rose of Cairo theme; Must work with Johnny Depp soon; find newest up and coming hollywood beauty to play off screen romance with pirate; Audrey 2 will make an appearance.

8/01/2005 12:12 AM  
Anonymous The Krewe at the Speakeasy in the Big Easy said...

"I hate it when that happens" - Gentilly Jr.

"It's good to see the boys again; Ya'know, I was the sole survivor." - ebdug

"Avast ye mate this movie is ARR-ful!" - Ripper

"I hate these reality shows." - ebdug

8/08/2005 1:44 PM  
Anonymous SendDonuts said...

Found this website a couple of weeks late, but I thought I'd post my caption anyway. :)

"I told Varnoc he would go far in show business!"

8/16/2005 1:27 PM  
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8/19/2005 1:33 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

The last time I saw a "chowder-head", we were running a cargo of rum from Jamaica to Miami.

9/23/2005 4:45 AM  
Anonymous Max said...

(in the movie)

Pirate 1: "Thar she blows!"
Pirate 2: "Oh ship!"

10/14/2005 2:37 PM  
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7/27/2006 10:03 PM  
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