Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Just for Laughs #165

Even a Christian movie needs a caption.

23 comments:

  1. "Darling, you didn't choose that outfit of your own free will, did you?"

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  2. "C'mon sweetcakes, this is a Christian picture, so let's cheese it up a bit, OK???"

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  3. Do you ever get the feeling that you are being watched by someone, something overwhelmingly bigger than you?

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  4. Annnd ACTION!

    Man: Who's that at the front door, dear?
    Woman: It's the Arminians again. Should we answer it or just pretend we're not home?

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  5. "Okay, now look apprehensive as you see Ray Comfort, Kirk Cameron, and Todd Friel approaching the house, singing Christmas carols."

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  6. @Stranger: Hahahahahahahahah!!!!!!!

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  7. "Remember, you're going to see the ghost of John Wesley riding towards you on horseback. Be afraid."

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  8. "Look, I know we couldn't get Hitchcock to do this film, but make it good anyway."

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  9. Woman: "That Eddie Eddings is the most handsome Calvinist I..."

    Director: "CUT!!! That's not your line."

    Woman: "I know, it's called ad libbing and Eddie offered me 7000 dollars to say it."

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  10. Director: Ok, the emotion I want from you is internal conflict: You're really interested in John Owen, but that cute Rich Baxter keeps is growing on you.

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  11. Woman: Someday soon we all will be together, if the fates allow...

    Director: Cut, Cut! Look I know that's what Judy sang in that movie but we don't believe in the Fates. We believe in the Lord.

    Woman: Whatever, it's the postmodern times. People don't listen to the words as they sing.

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  12. I vote thumbs up for the Todd Friel, Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort caption. LOL! *nightmare!*

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  13. Good to see Dolly (C.G.) Madison back commenting again.
    Willkommen zur├╝ck! Wir verpassten Sie!

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  14. Director: "Now staring acting sleepy and fall out the window."

    (From the post-feminist remake of Acts 20 where Eutychususie is brought to life by the Apostle Paulette.)

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  15. @Persis

    Not sure, but I think that is how The New R.S.V. tells the story.

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  16. I have no idea what I said a couple of comments ago. I was suddenly overcome by a spirit and started typing in tongues.

    CraigB

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  17. I really should go back to typing with my fingers instead.

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  18. Arminius % Juliette
    (adapted for the screen by William Finney)

    Girl: Arminius, Arminius, wherefore art thou, Arminius?

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  19. Tee hee! Thank you, Mr. Boyd. Are you as German as I am? :D

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  20. Well, if you are Scottish, then I guess I am as German as you are : )

    But, HowtoSayin.com is German enough.

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  21. I have some Scottish, but not as much as German. :D I've got just about everything European.

    Oh, thanks for the link!

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  22. Frank was very excited to get a new home video camera for Christmas, but Fran refused to have her picture taken by it claiming that made you look 10 lbs heavier.

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