photo in need of a caption

just saw this one and felled COMPELLED to turn it into a caption contest.

and, since The Youth Cartel has two new books out, i’ll award one or two of them to a winner or two (that would be The Picture Book Guide to Youth Ministry and The Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide for Teenagers).

so, whatcha got?

jesus cheesy beefy glory

CONTENDERS

some funny stuff this time around! but here’s the best of the best, from the subject perspective of my funny bone:

Eli Ruggles
Welcome to ‘Merica!
(marko: it had to be on there in some form, of course)

Jon Robinson
…and there we have it, the summation of the scriptures.

Josh Mitchell
In an act of marketing desperation, McDonald’s employs the never failing “Jesus Juke”

David Gerhardt
Best communion elements ever!

ken macdonald
The Last Supper, The Message version

Rob McIlvoy
Southern Eveagelism

Danny
Mississippi Priority List (in order)
(marko: apologies to my MS friends)

Mia Peters
Once agin McDonalds tries to draw the Chick-Fil-A crowd.
(marko: wow, that’s subtle and funny!)

and the winner is…

this one was a little easier for me than some of these caption contests, as there were two that i thought totally won it (again, in terms of my humor preferences!)

the runner up: mia peters, with her creative and wonderfully snarky “Once agin McDonalds tries to draw the Chick-Fil-A crowd.” poking fun at two fast food chains and all of evangelicalism in one short caption. that’s worth a prize! mia — you win a digital version of The Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide for Teenagers!

the winner:
ken macdonald (the last name almost fits!), for “The Last Supper, The Message version.” funny stuff, short and simple. ken, you win physical copies of both The Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide for Teenagers AND The Picture Book Guide to Youth Ministry!

thanks for playing, everyone!

49 thoughts on “photo in need of a caption”

  1. In order to compete with The Wendy’s “Triple,” McDonald’s will be releasing the “McTrinity.”

  2. “Peter, kill and eat. Don’t call anything unclean that God has declared clean. Unless it’s described as ‘beefy,’ and ‘cheesy,’ in which case, screw that.” – Jesus

  3. In an act of marketing desperation, McDonald’s employs the never failing “Jesus Juke”

  4. Lifeway just found it’s newest t-shirt design divinely through an unexpected roadside inspiration. They’re calling it “McCheesy”

  5. Jesus: He is what’s for dinner.
    Jesus: 100% pure Savior.
    Jesus: I’m lovin’ Him.
    A modern day adaptation of feeding the 5,000.
    I thought Jesus ate at Burger King.

  6. While a “beefy, cheesy, glory” life may fade (or peel) away, Jesus is above it all and He is here to stay!

  7. Dear Ronald
    1) Shekinah does not equate to beefy/cheesy
    2) our catering needs are already covered by Chik-fil-A and In-n-Out
    3) but feel free to send some fries, as long as they’re hot
    Sincerely
    the Angels

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