Thursday, October 16, 2008

Caption Contest

This photo from last night's debate is begging for a caption contest.

And please, people -- don't go for the obvious "I've fallen and I can't get up" joke. You're better than that.

Except for I-Rod. He's not better than that.

Update: I didn't think it was possible, but McCain looks even creepier from a different angle.


Otto Man said...

McCain makes a frantic plea for the crucial Bill-the-Cat vote.

Anonymous said...

"That one" just farted.

Noah said...

McCain didn't get the memo that "wazzzaaaaaaaaaap" is so used-up.

ognihs said...

mccain bot is malfunctioning

Bob said...

The update photo is horrible.

It's like he's a hungry, ass-sucking zombie.

InanimateCarbonRod said...

"Help! Someone stole my lucky onion belt!"

Wes said...

(to an unseen behind-the-radiator sandwich)

This is all your fault.


Oh, I couldn't stay mad at you.


Otto Man said...

It's like he's a hungry, ass-sucking zombie.

Are you implying he's not?

Wes said...

Hungry, ass-sucking zombie, you say?


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