Norfolk is a long way away from anywhere, and if I were you, I shouldn't start from here. By the time you get to the outskirts of Cromer, any distinctions between science, beachcombing, social commentary, writing and animal husbandry have started to blur. When the process is complete, you know you've arrived at the End Of The Pier Show. So, welcome. Find somewhere to park your unicycle. Pull up a girrafe chair. Make yourself comfortable.

Monday, May 4, 2009

The Maison Des Girrafes Caption Competition #39


OOFTUGs (Orders of the Unicycling Girrafe) awarded lavishly for the most interesting/insightful/strange entries. If any. (In the Town Hall if wet. Restrictions may apply).

9 comments:

  1. Heidi: 'What amazingly lifelike tea cosies.'

    ... or...

    Hen #1 to Hen #2: 'Nah, 'snot a fox. Foxes iz more, like, sneaky.'

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  2. .....[sings]..... "two turtle hens and a Heidi in an e-e-eglu."

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  3. Chicken #1: "Successfully exited landing craft, now exploring planet surface"

    Chicken #2: "Probing brain of huge, mute Earth creature. Probing .... probing .... walkies? ... beach? ... On the Origin of Species???

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  4. Goldie surveyed her pair of bantoms carefully. "Who says small isn't beautiful?", she thought. "And God knows I'm glad I decided against the cock."

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  5. Chicken #1: Well, you realize this will have to go to arbitration.

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  6. The dog looked at Henry's new chicken-like crocs, thinking, "hmmm...they won't last long..."

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  7. Keep it up, people. Plenty of chucklesome delights so far...

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  8. Hoping that a migratory bucket of fried chicken will land in the back garden, Heidi carefully places her realistic hen decoys and scatters the cracked corn on the path.

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  9. OOFTUGs all round, I think. Well done, everyone.

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