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Dimson Kooky Caption Competitions Are In


Dimson Kooky Caption Competitions Are In

Again Scoop readers have proven outstanding caption writers – this time for the Dimson Kooky Caption Competition. Perhaps Ari Fleischer in the White House could benefit from your talents!

Brilliant! Your works of literary art are listed below.

:) The Scoop Editors.

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Dimson Kooky Caption Competition

"We didn't think the glue would work that well, I'm sorry" – Hamish Low

Image presented with thanks to bartcop.com

"We didn't think the glue would work that well, I'm sorry" – Hamish Low

“Dick, it's working, my IQ is going up.” - Antony Mathews

“This is a step up from other men's underwear that I wore on my head at the fraternity!” - Carl Parmenter

"Well no actually, its just that I have to be able to sing along with the Wiggles programme at 4pm." - Shauna Baker

“That's right. Today I'll be observing from the Enterprise.” - Christopher Mohr

“Last week I got to play fighter pilot!! Today it's psyops!! Yes, let's play it together and see how we can wreck the world from the inside of their minds!!!!” - Ariana Gossfeld

“Hey Dick, Forget Mr. President, just call me Junior bird man.” - Douglas Mahard

"Which do think is sillier..mine or the Popes? Or "A World Emperor has gotta wear something sillier than the Pope." OR "All hat and no...green gerbils." - Philip Wilkie

“This helmet looks better than Dukakiss's right Dick? - Art Bishop

“Don't let go of his hand Dick, I'm still not sure he can handle any of this on his own.” Hastert

"Thankyou for question about this helmet - we've determined for Homeland Security reasons all US nationals are required to wear this helmet when outside. Go to your nearest WalMart to buy one now." - Christopher Dempsey

"Goodbye Dick.After they fire me from the canon I may never see you again." Or "I'm trying to keep the thoughts in.I've been told it's safer that way." Or "What helmet?" or "you looking at me?" - Kemo

Cheney saying to Dubya: “Hold that pose, you jackass.” - John Wunjoy

“Cheney, let's eliminate any immigration into the US since the new zealanders hate us so much. Funny how they are so obsessed with our culture. Keep on hating us, we don't care what a bunch of English slaves think anyway.” - Mick Ortwein

“In the US, we've been wearing our alien mind control devices on the INSIDE for decades now.” - Zap

"Bush finally gets around to finishing up his Air National Guard obligation" or "I'm not really a military pilot, but I played one on TV" or "If you tell anyone about my little "accident" in the cockpit, I swear you'll serve the rest of your enlistment in Antarctica" - Jeffrey A. McCann

" I never finished my pilot training so I never got the rest of the outfit" - Friend of Democracy.

"Had to ... mah brainz waz leakin'!" - Alamaine

“Yea, I always did piss myself when that airplane goes up like that!” - Sharon Stoll


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