Friday, June 24, 2011

Freakshow Friday : Leprechaun Edition

It's time for another installment of Freakshow Friday. Where I ask my readers to come up with a caption or story for a funny photo. My best friend will be the judge and she's one hilarious freakaziod. So, bring it! Here is this week's photo, I couldn't resist stealing the caption from Awkward Family Photos, it's just too good!

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If you’re guarding a pot of gold, you better shine.

You got a better one for me?
If so, you may just when this awesome award
and have bragging rights forever.
Oh...do I ever have an award for you!
You will win this brand spankin' new award!!

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If you win then I'll link up to your
Blog and make a big deal
about how funny you are.
Simply leave your funny caption or story
in my comments section.

The winner will be announced on Monday.

11 comments:

Ashley Sisk said...

ROFL that's awesome.

Lesley said...

I think you said it best.....I couldn't even begin to come up with something...I'm laughing too hard

Caroline Ray said...

Tony Manero's white leisure suit was a little too pricey. He settled for green even though it was not the look he was going for.

Ms Dreamer said...

Bob Ross's younger brother was ok with the 'happy little trees' behind him, but not the 'happy shiny green suit'.

VandyJ said...

He couldn't understand why everyone kept asking about those stupid lucky charms, charms didn't go with this outfit.

Tima said...

Bob was the product of a werewolf mum and a leprechaun dad

Jenn said...

Few people know about Grizzly Adams' double knit polyester period.

w said...

1970's hobbit. still livin' in the woods. but doin' it in style.

The Knitty Gritty Homestead said...

I woke up this morning with Lucky Charms on my mind...it's your fault. Vandy J got to it first. I bet this guy's kid or grandkid just found that suit in the attic and is DYING to wear it to a 70s party...

Brian + Cheryl B. said...

"I don't look happy cuz they made me return the pot of gold. Didn't think they'd know it was me in this disguise."

Karen Mortensen said...

The luck of the Irish gone bad.