photo in need of a caption

between a long speaking engagement in NC and a wonderful 9 day vacation on cape cod, i’ve been a lousy blogger for a few weeks. other priorities, and all. and i don’t have time to write a post today; but i thought i’d toss up this photo in need of a caption, sent to me by kevin winningham. whatcha got!?

CONTENDERS

Tim Falk
However, if you see someone on fire….stop, drop and ROTFL.

angie
lol . . . I’m drowning in bacon.

Tim Gleason
The professor couldn’t believe that no one showed up for the first day of Drowning 101.

Tony Roos
I throw my hands up in the air sometimes singing ay-oh gotta let go.

and the winner is…
give it up for Tim Falk and “However, if you see someone on fire….stop, drop and ROTFL.”

i raise a saturday morning cup of coffee in your honor, tim!

25 thoughts on “photo in need of a caption”

  1. Clearly a sign placed by a church.

    You rescue someone is drowning, you don’t call for help. You just in the water. Calling 911 when someone is drowning is almost as stupid as praying for someone that is hungry. They don’t need prayer, they need food. Then pray for them.

  2. The city of Laguna Beach, in an effort to make up a $3.7 million shortfall, tests a program where city signs are printed using text messaging and volunteer students from a local junior high school.

  3. Unable to read, Bob sat waiting for the waitress to arrive to serve him breakfast, fascinated by the water show he dubbed.. “The Drowning Man”

  4. I throw my hands up in the air sometimes singing ay-oh gotta let go.

    or

    our peaceful day at the beach was continually interrupted by all the laughing coming from the crowd of teenagers gathered around what looked to be man swimming like Elaine on Seinfeld danced.

  5. Well, if you told me you were drowning
    I would not lend a hand

    So you can wipe off the grin, I know where you’ve been
    It’s all been JUST REALLY STINKING FUNNY! lol

  6. “The lifeguard Terry felt it necessary to post this sign, after he had lost two people the previous summer in the 6 inch deep water!”

Leave a Reply