Caption Contest: Amish Nerd

randomlychad  —  October 31, 2011 — 9 Comments

It’s annual tradition around these parts: my mom takes my oldest, J-Dog, out for lunch–and to buy him a costume.

Inevitably, dad “tries” it on. (All photographic evidence from prior years has been destroyed). What you are about to see is, I think, supposed to be a “Zorro” hat; however, on me, it looks decidedly Amish (though perhaps my beard looks more like the victim of one of those recent scissor attacks, than it does an epic Amish one).

Without further ado:

Your mission–should you choose to accept it–is to suitably caption that photo. (Try to keep it PG-13, ok?)

As with Matt “the Seeking Pastor” Cannon, you’ll have my thanks. And best/funniest caption wins a guest post here on RandomlyChad.

Go captioneers! What are you waiting for?




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  • LarryTheDeuce

    Spread the news..he is back…to help the helpless…to befriend the friendless…to defeat the feetless!!!

    • Um, how does one “de-feet” the feetless if they have no feet?

      • LarryTheDeuce

        It is a quote from a movie….now name the movie. :)Think in terms of your hat.

        • Had to google it! That’s going way back! Zorro, the Gay Blade

          • LarryTheDeuce

            I had to be in 5th or 6tht grade

  • TorConstantino

    Unfortunately, Amish newbie Thaddeus failed to read the user manual on his new hat, so he fashioned the chin-string into a larynx lariat. May he rest in peace….

    • And we know it was indeed a “larynx lariat,” and not a “hyoid hematoma,” because although poor Thaddeus’ larynx was lopped, his hyoid was untouched. --from the Lancaster medical examiner’s report

  • Oh my. Okay -- I’ll give it my best shot. “I think my chin strap is too tight -- hurry UP and take the stupid picture already, while I can STILL BREATHE!”

    • Yep, that’s about the size of it! It was a little tight around the hyoid. 😉