Saturday, December 13, 2008

Create a Calvinistic Cartoon Caption #3

pilgrim mommy! You get the solid gold plowshare! (offer good only in Heaven) Congratulations!
This was a difficult many good entries...and keep in mind, I "judge" these captions a dark room...full of vermin and cobwebs!

It's that time again!

Now that this site has grown by a whopping 2% (as in milk) I expect a lot more to contribute. It's fun! It's easy! It's rewarding! ...and speaking of rewards...the next prize given for the funniest caption will await you in Heaven. When the predestined winner arrives there, just look me up and remind me, and I will give you a solid gold plowshare!



  1. In an effort to be all things to all people, Paul began his sanctified version of "Stayin' Alive" only to suddenly realize, to his great chagrin, that he wasn't at Markos Hill's Disco and Baklava Bakery.

  2. GOOD ONE! In fact, the best one so far!

  3. This is a very rare picture of the Apostle Paul, a well known fundamenalist, preaching without his black three piece suit, white shirt and solid tie.

  4. and Paul stopped in his preaching and looked to the sky and proclaimed!
    "It's a bird
    it's a plane
    It's superman!"

  5. C'mon, everybody! Time is running out! Get those captions in! ...remember...a solid gold plowshare awaits you!

  6. Oh well, I'll try again.

    Paul loved to tell hunting stories.
    This one is requested every where he goes, it's about the time he and Jerry Clower were coon hunting in Mississippi.

  7. Did I mention the second prize is a golden money clip? (same rules apply to the first prize)

  8. "All together now! This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine...."

  9. Paul, flagging a taxi.

    Or, Paul, announcing that, every head bowed and every eye closed, they will sing Just As I Am one more time.

  10. Alternately, since this is for a golden plowshare (I plan to beat it into a pruning hook):

    The apostle, hailing a cab.


    As the chorus drew to its 137th close and the apostle realized that no one was coming forward, he announced that, every head bowed and every eye closed, they would sing 'Just As I Am' one last time.


    The event was catered by the Lamberts of the forum, the only home of throwed rolls.

    Without his prophecy charts the apostle had to rely on well placed hand gestures.

    The apostle and that thorn in the flesh, his wife, had established inconspicuous hand signals to let each other know when it was time to go home. (This would also work by inserting someone else instead of his wife. But the female's favorite theory about Paul's thorn in the flesh was expounded at a small fundmentalistic bible college where they discovered that it was indeed, a woman to whom he was unequally yoked: thus asking three times for her 'removal'.)


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