This is the last picture of the LAST Caption Contest!
Soon the fall befall on us, temperatures will drop and we’ll have to go back to school, back to work, back to screenings, parties and social life. There will be no time to take to enjoy captioning strange pictures from a strange animated film.
We argued long and hard which picture to post as the last one.
– We have to go out with a big bang, – Wendy said.
– It still has to be good, – Mike argued.
– Something people want to caption, – Rashidah added.
We flipped through more and more screen shots.
– This one, – I said. – The one with the money bags. It speaks to me.
– Money is always good, – the Team agreed. – Money rocks. Money for “Rocks” is even better.
But how would you, the master of Captions, know what’s in the bags? It could be sacks of shit (which in your dreams still means money, according to Freud and Jung).
We let you to chose what is in the bags, what the man in the middle of the shot is willing to do to get them and why does he need to have a woodpecker as his sidekick.
Rules: Each Thursday from June 28th through August 30th we will post a still from “Rocks in My Pockets.” Send your caption to firstname.lastname@example.org 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 28th. The winners will be announced on August 29th. The award will be mailed on September (SEPTEMBER already!!!) 1st.
Your caption here: