Caption Writing Contest: Silly Captions for a Funny Photo
Above: Dr. Evil and Mini Me (a.k.a. George W. Bush and Paul Martin) laugh maniacally over their plot for world domination.
By now, many of you have probably seen this rather amusing photo of George W. Bush and Paul Martin from the Summit of the Americas. Satiric Press decided to speculate on why these two heads of state seem to be having such a good time by compiling the following list of potentially applicable captions:
1. Dr. Evil and Mini Me laugh maniacally over their plot for world domination.
2. "Stop tickling me George, I confess. Canada is responsible for the outbreak of Mad Cow Disease in the U.S."
3. "Yippee! President Bush says that I can sit at the big table with the grownups! AND he's going to let me bid on Iraqi reconstruction contracts. Jean is going to be so jealous when he finds out!"
4. Paul was so excited about having his picture taken with President Bush that it made him squeal like a schoolgirl at a Justin Timberlake concert.
5. "Dubya is my new best friend! He's way cooler than Bono!"
Now it's your turn! SP invites its readers to come up with their own silly caption(s) for this photo. First prize includes a spiffy-looking SP T-shirt and a year's free subscription to Satiric Press. So what are you waiting for? Get your thinking caps on, and e-mail us your suggested captions at:
Limit of 1,000 entries per person. Chances of winning depend on the number of entries submitted. Eligible prize winners must answer ONE of the following two skill-testing questions: (a) the square root of pi, rounded up to the first 10,000 decimal places; or (b) 1 + 1 - 1 = ? Eligible contestants must not have won any previous contest held by Satiric Press or any of its subsidiaries or affiliated entities or persons within the last six months. Satiric Press reserves the right to substitute any of the prizes awarded, including the subscription to SP, for their equivalent cash value. "Satiric Press", "SP" and the Satiric Press logo are all internationally registered trade-marks, and Satiric Press T-shirts are protected by the Berne Convention on Copyright. Any individual found to be trafficking in official Satiric Press merchandise or unauthorized reproductions thereof will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, with the probability of imprisonment.