caption contest, car covered with grass

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These days there’s lots of talk about cars, because of Obama’s “cash for clunkers” program, and there’s also talk of being “green”, to help the environment.  So this week’s caption contest features a green car, though not in the way you might expect.

Now, I know, it’s just a picture of a car (albeit a funny car).  But remember, there are many ways to make this work.  You can write a caption as a news headline, or make (dare I say it?) puns about it, or write your own story that involves it.

car covered with grass

(To see the other caption contests, click on the “Say What?” category in the sidebar.)

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20 responses »

  1. Ford is taking the concept of a “green car” way too literally. But then again, their executives have been out of touch with reality for a while now…

    • He could wash it. Or he could play some loud 80’s hair metal to get rid of the grass. Little known fact, Whitesnake kills the grass.

  2. The next morning, Jack awoke early and went into the garden. “I wonder what became of those magical pinto beans,” he said to himself as he walked.

  3. Now that Mango-Man has proven it is possible to grow grass on his car, it’s time for him to plant some flowers on it. Now, his life will be complete…

  4. Ironically, the green car had a very poor gas mileage. But that’s okay, because it’s still “green”. It doesn’t matter if it actually helps the environment long-term or not — if it’s “green”, it’s good. And if you’re against anything “green”, then you must hate America and thus you’re a terrorist. (I learned this from some far-left liberal people on TV.)

  5. “Wanted: Captain Planet needs a new sidekick who won’t leave the Dirtmobile OUT IN THE RAIN! I’m talking to you, Rusty!”

  6. behold the redneck hunters new friend. the camo-car.
    no longer do you have to make that bothersome trek from your vehicle to your tree stand. now you can just park in the middle of a grassy field and shoot from the comfort and convenience of your own car.

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