Sunday, April 12, 2009

Caption This 116


Please caption this image
[Click here for Caption This instructions]
London, ON, February 2009

About this photo: Thematic Photographic has gone edible this week. Although this particular photo may not ostensibly qualify, feel free to head over here if you're feeling particularly hungry.
This spontaneously witnessed biology experiment almost certainly goes down as one of the more icky scenes I've come across at the grocery store. To protect the guilty, I won't come out and identify said store, but anyone with a bit of research chops should be able to narrow it down based on the clues in the pic.

Your turn: Please come up with a snappy caption for this photo. You can be as funny - or gross - as you wish. As ever, you may enter as many times as your poor keyboard can handle. The only stipulation? Have fun with it. For more background on how Caption This works, click here.

About last week's photo of a gentleman browsing at an old McGill Ghetto bookstore: This is one of my favorite photos from that morning's walkabout. You never know what you'll find when you head out with a camera in your hand. It's that sense of not knowing, of potential, that makes finds like this so satisfying. I'm glad so many of you had fun with it!

Our honorable menschens include the following fine folks:
  • Craziequeen: 'Yay! I finally found the Little Shop Around the Corner!'
  • Robin: "Pondering."
  • Terri: "Little Bookshop of Horrors."
  • Mojo: "Are you absolutely sure this is how it worked in You've Got Mail?"
  • Robin Pensieve: "Judging a book by its cover."
  • PastorMac's Ann: "Choosing his words carefully."
Jean's "In search of lost time" wins the virtual prize this week. There was something timeless about this dusty old store, and her caption captures that feeling quite nicely. Jean is a Bangalore native whose perspectives on life in India - in both words and images - will change forever how you view this incredible place. I hope you'll drop by her blog and send her a happy or two.

26 comments:

NJ said...

Ewww yucky! Not sure if that's a caption but that's my response to moldy cheese.

I just entered my Thematic entry here.
http://onthepathofleastresistance.blogspot.com/2009/04/thematic-photographic-edible.html

MorahMommy said...

Stinky cheese, Man!

I was totally grossed out when I picked this up....then I pretended I didn't know you as you started to snap the pictures!

love ya,dude!

Thumper said...

Penicillin for sale, $4.99/pound

Eh, scrape the mold off and it's still edible ;)

Thumper said...

It's not easy turning green...

(Here from NetChick this time!)

Hilary said...

Chia Cheddar.

When they made No Name brand, they really broke the mold.

A Moldy Oldie.

Half-price - St. Patrick's Day special.

This Cheddar is no Gouda.

Lee Ann said...

Thank you so much for the kind words at my place Carmi.
You always have such a way with words that it makes me want to blog again. Thank you.
Happy Easter!
xo
Lee Ann

Cheese marble fungus light $4.99

momemts in time said...

Yes it is still edible underneath...

~ Growing mould gracefully

~ I couldn't afford the blue cheese

~ what do you mean it is still within its sell by date?

Nikki-ann said...

Cheap cheese trying to be one of those posh cheeses.

Ergh!

Anonymous said...

Hello Carmi!
Thanks for the mention!

"From the finest cheese shop in all of Lancashire."

"Blue cheese special."

Terri

David said...

( with accent) "so its not marble light any more, we will call it marble heavy and give you a dollar off, ehh?"

Reva said...

I'd like to submit a caption is this:

"'Go Green', 2% of all proceeds will go to help green up our lives!"

Reva McCandless

Reva said...

Here is my submission for this:

"Go Green!"

or

"'Go Green', 2 % of all proceeds to go towards making our lives greener"

Mojo said...

"No artifical flavors, colors or preservatives. Guaranteed."

"Mil Dieu!" (guess that would work better in PQ, eh?)

"Stunt cheese for the new smash hit series, The Roquefort Files"

"Spore Loser"

"Green is the New Bleu"

"Hurry, this cheese is going fast!"

"This is why it's a bad idea when cousins marry."

Okay, I'll stop. And offer something a little more edible:
Thematic Photographic 44: "Edible" v.5.0: Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Gluttony

srp said...

"Where are the food inspectors when you need them?"

Yuck!

Vodka Mom said...

That's JUST the cheese I was looking for...."

sealaura said...

"I shudder at the cheddar!"

torontopearl said...

"No Frills Cheese"

Pamela said...

Stimulus package.

kenju said...

Goldy Moldy.


Ick.

NJ said...

I posted another picture for your challenge.
http://onthepathofleastresistance.blogspot.com/2009/04/thematic-photographic-edible-2.html

Daryl said...

Eureaka! I found the penecillian!

Anonymous said...

Presidents Choice- Memories of Botulism.

Galen Weston

Mojo said...

"The Stinky Cheese Man may not have been much to look at, but we had to admit he was a Fun Guy."

"What wine goes best with athletes cheese?"

"A little chunk of the moon, right here on Earth."

Okay, I'll stop.

Thematic Photographic 44: "Edible" v.6.0: Breakfast of Champions

Sara said...

behold, we have mold!

lpw said...

Frills! Yes, we have frills!!!

Jean said...

Hi Carmi, thanks a lot! I think I am too late for this contest, I will participate in the next :)