caption contest, car stunt, epic fail

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Last week’s caption contest with President Obama yielded some funny comments, but let’s take it up a notch.  How about a caption contest featuring a car making a jump, wrecking spectacularly, with accompanying explosions?  That sounds exciting!  So be it.  Figure out some incredible story to explain this picture, or make a funny joke or pun related to it.  The background is that it’s a car stunt by Spanky Spangler that happened during Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Montana, but your explanation doesn’t have to fit with what actually happened.  Get creative.  Think about how this scenario could somehow fit in with everyday life.  Maybe it’s not part of everyday life for you, but imagine how it could be…

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21 responses »

  1. I’m sure this was some type of evil plot by the Important Evil Genius, but it was such an epic fail that I have no idea what he was trying to accomplish… (It’s a story as old as time… which is about how old he is! HA HA HA!)

  2. Driver: “Milk, eggs, bread… milk, eggs, bread… milk, WHOA, what are these buses doing in front of me? Why am I in the air? What just happened? The insurance company won’t believe this one!”

  3. A spectator: For him to attempt this jump, it was absolutely, totally, and in all other ways, inconceivable.

    Guy next to him: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

  4. In retrospect standing a bunch of buses on end to use as giant dominoes wasn’t the worst part of Spanky’s plan. It was the decision to start them all falling by ramming the first one with his car.

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