Back in the days when diner sores were still seen (people developed them from having time to sit down to banquets or big business lunches lasting most of every day?) I ran a competition about avoiding headgear or something – a cap shun one. Here is a reminder of the featured picture:
Well, I have been too wrapped up in a succession of minor disasters and several exercises in futility (thanks, but please don’t enquire) to get to it before, but I finally threw a tantrum and my other projects aside in favour of doing the scoring. I adopted the good old ‘one-two-three; three-two-one’ system. In other words, a first place gets three points, a second two, and a third place one. Simple, but it works.
Based on that, we have a winner with 19 points for the caption:
“I’m returning her … and they had better give me a full refund! Same as a puppy, my foot!”
Here is the well-earned certifi-cat-and-dog:
And a badge copy:
Second, with 16 points, was my own:
Cat burglar arrested with taped evidence.
Third, on 14 points, was:
“Excuse me, Miss. I think you dropped this.”
A galloper-up, on 10 points, was:
You said “fetch”, but you didn’t say what!
Several of the others were snapping at the heels of the first three, points-wise.
Well done all, and thanks for participating! I am seeking a suitable subject for the next.© November 2012 Colonialist (WordPress/blogs24)