Olympic Caption Challenge: Vote Now! - Macleans.ca
 

Olympic Caption Challenge: Vote Now!

Winner = prize


 

UPDATE: And the winner, by a narrow margin over Sean, is Mike T. Congrats, Mike: Now please email me your address at sfeschuk@sympatico.ca so I can send you your Olympics-themed prize. And do it quickly: despite the air holes, Juan Antonio Samaranch seems a little uncomfortable in his cardboard box.

Because I’m caught up in the spirit of the Olympics (translation: way hungover), I’m placing seven entries into the finals — with a nice, even split between saucy entries with sexual connotations and other entries I barely care about because of the lack of sexual connotations.

Vote for your favourite in the poll area below. The finalist leading in the vote as of 8 o’clock ET Wednesday morning will receive by mail a high-quality(ish) piece of Olympic merchandise valued in the ones of dollars!

Our seven finalists:

  • “So… any ideas for the next budget?” – Fred_Moro
  • “What do you mean you’re already seeing Adam Giambrone?” – Mike T.
  • “Is that a mogul in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?” – Chris B
  • “See Jennifer, no hydraulic malfunction here!” – MaggiesFarmboy
  • “Good job Jenn! I like following the Americans’ lead, too.” – Sean
  • “Wanna touch my cardigan?” – CCC
  • “Bob and Doug and me think that was some great goofy, eh?” – Diogenes54

 

Olympic Caption Challenge: Vote Now!

  1. How about some "special" funding?

  2. Is there a follow up photo of harp's hair after wearing the toque? I'm curious to know if it moved at all?

    • That is his hair.

  3. The judges obviously only wanted lame sexual innuendo rather than tart, witty satire.

    • Hey, don't knock my specialty.

  4. "It's not necrophilia if a person is colder than the corpse in question."

  5. It's not just a win for me, but for all of Canada.

    Victory is sweet, but making fun of Adam Giambrone is the true reward.

    • congrats!

      • Yes congrats Mike for owning the podium.

        I'll have to make do with my traditional Canadian bronze.