I'll confess that I'm shamelessly "borrowing" from my friend David McMahon. I met David via Daryl in NYC. David hails from Melbourne, Australia, but was in NYC with his family this summer and he and Daryl had a grand blog meeting. She hooked me up with David via Red Bubble. David has been a wonderful friend and helped me learn my way around the Red Bubble community of artists and photographers. From time to time David posts a photo there and challenges his followers to come up with a zinger of a title. I've been honored to have been a finalist and a winner a time or two. Let's just say that now I'm getting very competitive and more determined each week to beat out the competition. Soooo, I'm thinking it might be fun to see what my readers can come up with from time to time.
Here you go ............what is your best title?? You can leave as many as you like in the comments. I'll get an impartial judge and post the winners on Friday, Birmingham time. In the words of the immortal David......"I'm throwing down the gauntlet, NOW!!!!"
I'm ready for my close up, Mr. DeMille.
Alright ladies: get your superpowers ready! We've got some bullies to take care of!
Only the cool wear sunglasses on a cloudy day.
see no evil, hear no evil, stretch no evil.
THIS JUST IN, THE ONE LEGGED DISEASE IS SPREADING
You all are doing great. Keep em coming! :)
I wonder if Madonna still Vogues ..
Petits rats de l'Opera drop-outs.
Dance of the Menopausal Ladies...
Dancin' In the Streets
Hokey Pokey time, put your right knee in, put your right your right knee out.....
The writhing's on the wall.
Welcome to the REAL pressure of Wall Street.
Backs to the wall, so the REAL battle starts now.
Flight school refresher course.
.... and those brainless art critics said we didn't have a leg to stand on!
Looking for a well-balanced point of view, er, few
But Spider-Man makes it look SO easy ......
Our financial advisers said to get into bricks and mortar.
After the local pool closed, the synchronised swimming team had to train wherever they could.
Oh well I"ve had the best time reading all of these. I see some new faces and that's fun too. Keep it up, the "impartial judge" reports that dinner must be eaten before the judging can take place. I'll post the winner on my blog tomorrow. Thanks everyone for your participation. Keep em coming!!!
Oh! Virginia! Take me to Paris! Take me!
Jonathan Livingston See Gal
OK, so we've perfected the crouching tiger pose. Tomorrow we'll try the hidden dragon
sunglasses and leotards doth not a dancer make
My first reaction was "Its..." because this looks so like a Monty Python tableau, particularly in kind in their Meaning Of Life movie.
After that, Mr. Freeze Visits Birmingham and Blind Yoga Instructors crossed my mind.
“A man came to a szabo, tailor, and tried on a suit. As he stood before the mirror, he noticed the vest was a little uneven at the bottom.
‘Oh,’ said the tailor, ‘don’t worry about that. Just hold the shorter end down with your left hand and no one will ever notice.’
While the customer proceeded to do this, he noticed that the lapel of the jacket curled up instead of lying flat.
‘Oh that?’ said the tailor. ‘That’s nothing. Just turn your head a little and hold it down with your chin.’
The customer complied, and as he did, he noticed that the inseam of the pants was a little short and he felt that the rise was a bit too tight.
‘Oh, don’t worry about that,’ said the tailor. ‘Just pull the inseam down with your right hand, and everything will be perfect.’ The customer agreed and purchased the suit.
The next day he wore his new suit with all the accompanying hand and chin ‘alterations.’ As he limped through the park with his chin holding down his lapel, one hand tugging at the vest, the other hand grasping his crotch, two girls stopped to watch him stagger by.
‘OMG!’ said the first girl. ‘Look at that poor cripple!’
The second girl said "Yes, but doesn't his suit fit well"
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