Friday Caption Contest: the Megalithic Edition!

Don’t forget to enter this week’s chillen-themed Caption Contest with Sunny Suri Cruise and her handler.

Here are some back-issue winners and their fabulous, completely imaginary prizes:

DVF is a birdbrain

DVF is a birdbrain

April 7, 2011 at 12:02 am

Diane von Furstenberg models a Thanksgiving hat from her Autumn/Winter 2011 collection

Congrats and imaginary swag to lali, a first-time winner. To celebrate her mighty triumph, we virtually present the Oscar de la Renta Feather Cashmere/Silk Knit Top. Hopefully it’s her size.

Next up, we have everybody’s favorite Dorothy Parker channeler/Galactic and Hollywood princess, Carrie Fisher, looking like Ozzie Osbourne losing big at an online casino.


Carrie, Fisher of souls

Carrie, Fisher of souls

dr nic

April 9, 2011 at 8:37 am

Dang, no Force Lightning this time either.

Kudos and imaginary swag to dr nic! To commemorate his her momentous triumph, we hypothetically present the entirely virtual and presumably protective against imaginary forces chainmail bandana and a whack of lightsaber lessons with New York Jedi.

Finally, we have our Zeta female, Catherine Zeta-Jones, looking like she’s starring in the softcore version of Zardoz (I’d watch that, provided they didn’t pair her with the 70-something Sean Connery).


Catherine Zeta-Jones starred

Catherine Zeta-Jones starred

Frontier Former Editor
April 16, 2011 at 6:35 am

“To access your T-Mobile account information, press star star . . . .”

We’ll just give him a moment to collect himself. Sometimes men come unglued in the presence of true star power.

Better? Okay, to FFE, a returning champ, we hypothetically present the very Zeta-Jonesworthy weapon of mass destruction, the Flos Table Gun Table Lamp.

3 Responses to “Friday Caption Contest: the Megalithic Edition!”

  1. Frontier Former Editor April 25, 2011 at 7:26 am #

    As Buckwheat would say, A…K? O…..tay!

    I’d like to thank the Academy, Peter Jackson, the crew at Industrial Light and Magic, Harvey Weinstein, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck . . . .

    I still think Helen Mirren had a slightly more classical …. presence at that age though.

  2. dr nic April 25, 2011 at 8:49 am #

    And to think my husband was less than impressed when I told him what my caption was! Shows him.

    BTW – I’m female

  3. raincoaster April 25, 2011 at 6:59 pm #

    D’oh! Sorry, Dr Nic, I hemmed and hawed and obvious jumped to the wrong conclusion. You’ll get more wear out of that bandana at least.

    Next time, challenge your husband to enter, and may the best internet entity win!