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London, ON, May 2008 [Click to enlarge]
This is either the aftermath of our exuberant Father's Day 2008 celebrations or the interior of a long-forgotten structure on a similarly forgotten stretch of road in my burg. Either way, it's a scene that's ripe for your caption suggestions. So I'll turn it over to you...
Your turn: Please suggest a caption for this photo. Just click the comment link below and go nuts. You may submit as many captions as you wish - I'm a sucker for multiple-submitters. Be as funny as you can - we all need a good laugh these days. I'll post a new Caption This photo next Sunday.
About last week's desolate service station photo: I think I must be going through a morose phase in my photographic life, as I keep posting sad-looking views of my world. Sorry.
Honorable menschens go to the following excellent folks:
- Terri: "Chew on this!"
- Awareness: "Redneck one stop shopping."
- The Imaginary Reviewer: "While it did nothing for their lap times, the new pit lane addition was highly appreciated by all the NASCAR drivers."
- Anne: "Got Milk?"
- Robin: "Counter intelligence."
One more thing: Are you looking for ways to get your photography noticed by a larger audience? Click here for this week's Thematic Photographic. You'll be glad you did. Really.
"Reflections of what was, lost to what will be."
i see a lot of hope for rebuilding in that photo. a lot of work, but a lot of hope.
Never trust a contractor who says he'll have the work done "Thursday".
You want funny? May be hard as this reminds me of the flooding but let's see what I can come up with....
"Flood Waters = Sky High
Cleaning Prices = Astronomical
Remembering to Buy Insurance? = Priceless!"
"I thinks I saw a mouse, let me try this sledgehammer one more time."
"Nope, The Cat in the Hat ain't never coming back!"
"Should have called a licensed plumber"
That's kind of a sad photo really. I wonder what stories the walls could tell before they disappear for good?
Either way it looks like a bomb has gone off! So my attempt is:
"Who left the gas on?"
"I was going for open concept, What do you think?"mrburns22
Rotten to the core.
Termites Gone Wild!
But I really like Laura's Reflections of what was, lost to what will be. That's a great one...
Looking forward to the next "Thematic Photographic!" Cheers!
Who let the dogs out?
"And it all comes crumbling down."
What a sad photo.
Wow, an honourable mention on my first try! Many thanks! My entries:
- "Too much gas?"
- "Too much gas."
For sale: One bedroom apartment. Needs a little work. Would suit handyman.
"Canada's Worst Handyman at work."
"And the walls came tumbling down."
"I didn't do it!"
"A whole new meaning to as is."
Hope you had a great Father's day!
carmi, your photo is a tough one because the building is on its way up or out or long forgotten.
'the silk purse - step one'
Thank you for encouraging readers to visit my blog site after pickin' my submission.
I really thought I only had a slim chance of winning.
I thought of another one:
"Er guys, the demolition order says '34 Elmwood Avenue'; we're on Elmwood Road..."
After the Rave.
Who you gonna call? Mike Holmes!
(that's his name right? The big reno guy??)
Squatters Need Not Apply
End of the road to nowhere
This may be called a reno, but it ain't Nevada.
ok, i'll stop now....
But, mummy, I didn't MEAN to ....
"We can rebuild it. We can make it bigger and better. It cost $6 million, man."
my coworker started to hear madonna singing, "this use to be my playroom"
Where the heck did I put my keys?
Once you start cleaning out the closet....?
"And the walls come tumbling down" (got that John Mellencamp song in my head now).
The two that popped in my head immediately. I might add a few when I'm not so tired at the end of a long day.
Thanks, as always, Carmi. You KNOW I like to play along and appreciate the menschens :).
The glass is DEFINITELY half empty!
For sale: A great little fixer-upper just waiting on your loving touch
once you pop, you can't stop
the future will be brighter
rubble rubble everywhere, but not a bit yet binned
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