While enthusiasts of American football and reverential references to Bill Cowher’s moustache will want to click over to the Couch Boys blog to celebrate this day of Thanksgiving-based pigskinery, others may be more inclined to participate in a new caption challenge…
The time: Last weekish. The place: Lima, Peru. The event: The annual Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation summit and costume party. The players: The prime ministers of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, the president of Chile and that sweater vest guy from all the commercials.
Write a caption in the comments field below. Be funny. Impress friends, sway enemies, earn the everlasting fealty of domestic pets.
The victor, as declared by a jury of me and the voice in my head that keeps telling me to buy Chinese Democracy even though everyone says it sucks eggs, shall be duly rewarded with a gift certificate from Amazon.ca.
You may ask yourself: Is Amazon.ca now sponsoring the caption challenge? No, it is not. But we are looking for a sponsor, hint hint, and – here I need you to picture a foxy Price is Right model holding a laptop with the browser set to Amazon.ca – what better company to sponsor the caption challenge than Amazon.ca: The San Francisco Treat. (They may have a slogan of their own, in which case we’d use that.)
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