Caption That! (Round 16)

Welcome back to Caption That!

Last week’s Caption That! Winner: “Hi, I’m Chuckie. Wanna play?”

Submitted by: Josie Bisett from Go Momma!

To see the last Caption That! photo, click here.

Last Week’s Photo Background: I took the shot of my husband, Steve, and our son, Josiah, with Chuck E. Cheese.  I didn’t notice until I uploaded the photos that Josiah was looking out of the corner of his eye at Chuck E. Too cute!

This week’s photo was sent to me by Christine over at A Fly on our (Chicken Coop) Wall. She has six kids, dogs, chickens, pigs, a garden, a house built in the mid-1800s, and “a head that doesn’t stop spinning.”  Check out her blog, it’s very entertaining, as well as funny.

Caption That!

The Rules:
1. Participate! Leave a comment on this here blog or at my Facebook page with your caption. Or you can tweet it, if you’re really adventurous, unlike myself.
2. Be Funny, Creative, and somewhat Kind (this is my family/friends)
3. More than one entry is allowed.
4. Make sure it’s clear who you are, so I can give you credit when you win! If you have a blog, leave a link or your Twitter handle in your comment.
5. My husband, Steve, will pick his favorite caption and I’ll highlight the winner’s name and/or blog the following week in my left sidebar.
If you’re not able to leave a comment, just email me.
Alrighty, go ahead and Caption That!


  1. says

    Yippeeee! Thank you AGAIN, that is too cool. I kind of thought I wouldn’t be allowed to win two weeks in a row, but I wanted to have a shotty anyway. Maybe I’ll go for a Turkey! I love this feature – you’ve got me thinking of captions when I look at ANY photo! (That wasn’t my caption btw)

  2. Melanie Chisnall says

    “Just leave the newspaper there son, no….no that’s close enough. I don’t want your papers messing up the steps to my fortress. Now go on…ride away on your bike. Scoot. That’s right…bye bye now!”

    I missed taking part in these. Fun post Kate!

  3. Kenya Johnson says

    He used to live in trailer park when he was in high school. He posted this on Facebook saying, “How do you like me now?”

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