Caption of the Week: Contest 8.

Well, I thought this would be the LAST picture for our caption contest, but then I checked with the rules and they said the contest runs until Labor Day. So, this is last before the very last picture screaming for your caption.

What is this man holding in his hands? And is this his wife in the distance, looking away? When is a good time for them to do laundry together?

Rules:  Each Thursday from June 28th through August 30th we will post a still from “Rocks in My Pockets.”  Send your caption to captionrocks@gmail.com by the following Tuesday.  The winning entry will be posted each Wednesday night.  The winner will have the choice of receiving an original drawing from the film signed by Signe, or a signed DVD of “Ten Animated Films by Signe Baumane.”

Submit your caption for today’s picture by Tuesday August 21st. The winners will be announced on August 22nd. The award will be mailed on August 25th.

For an insipration, you can look at the past winners herehereherehereherehere and here.

Here’s the picture for your caption imagination:

Here’s your caption:

 

 

 

 

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About rocksinmypocketsthemovie

I was born in Latvia, educated in Moscow, live in New York. I have made about 14 animated shorts so far.
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10 Responses to Caption of the Week: Contest 8.

  1. Anna says:

    Are you sure that this is the last clean pair of underpants we have.

    Or:
    Where did she go? I hate these sudden blackouts.

    Or
    I swear i dont even know women that would wear that.

  2. megsowhat says:

    Hmmm. Has it been long enough that wearing them is retro?

  3. Joe says:

    Honey, maybe it’s time we throw out great grandma’s honeymoon underpants…

  4. megsowhat says:

    So it wasn’t a dream — J. Edgar Hoover was really here!

  5. jaystern says:

    These were much larger when I brought them to the laundry.

    Or:
    She escaped again!

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