Friday, June 29, 2012

Freakshow Friday : Grilling Out 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'm so confused.

Who wants a mannequin kabob?

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Momma Fargo said...

After entering a grilling contest in Arkansas, Aunt June disappeared...

Moooooog35 said...

The Dahmer family cookout.

Linda D. said...

When Tim Burton is coming to supper, what else would you eve think of cooking?

Linda D. said...

All Frankie knew was that she wanted a thigh.

Linda D. said...

For some reason, the latest Spanx Ad (Get em while they're hot!) didn't do well in the Nielson Family ratings.

angel shrout said...

Betty, the 'maneater' of Hall and Oates fame, eventually married, had a family and stopped discriminating on the sex of her meal. Her family shared her love for cannibalism.


The "other" dark meat.

Marcy said...

How ironic that our last tenant said she'd be delighted if we would have her for dinner.

Caroline said...

okay, so while I don't have a very funny caption this week--it's waaaayyyy too late and I need to go to bed--I am embarrassed to admit that for some reason (I have no idea!) we had a pair of legs JUST like these in our house growing up. We used them as a Halloween prop and for talent shows, etc. Not sure whatever happened to them but they were just like these!


Linda D. said...

For some reason I'm thinking of an AA-type meeting of true confessions... "HI, My name is Caroline"... Group response - "Hi Caroline". "... and my family had a pair of fake legs when I was growing up... Is that really so wrong? Well, is it?"