Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness: The Boogie Down Edition

Yesterday, I had a painful experience. I fell flat on my face in public. Not just in public, but at an Earth Day celebration in Berkeley. And I didn’t just take a bit of a tumble. No, I did a huge roll followed by a nasty faceplant in the grass. It could have been worse. I could have stumbled on the cement walkway…or I could have been in a crowd where that kind of a landing might have inspired someone to reach for my wallet. As it was, several kind strangers checked on my well-being and a couple even stuck around until Mr. Twistie had managed to haul my distinctly not petite backside off the grass and I had proved I could walk under my own power.

Still, I’m bruised, my nose is badly scraped, and I’m a tidge mortified to have taken a spectacular splat in front of so many people.

In short, I need some giggles. The fastest way I know of to get such giggles is to present all of you with a picture that’s just calling out for a silly caption. You know what to do with it.

Next saturday, when naught but the memories are painful, I’ll declare a winner and there will be much rejoicing.


5 Responses to “Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness: The Boogie Down Edition”

  1. gemdiva says:

    The happy couple combined the concept of being “joined in holy matrimony” with the idea of being “joined at the hip” and, after a visit to an open minded plastic surgeon, embarked on their future more “together” than any other couple in history.

  2. Skittles says:

    After Hallmark introduced their “Kiss Kiss Bears” with magnetic lips, this couple decided to launch the lastest in lovey-dovey: the “Hip Bump Bear”. Here they demonstrate the concept by placing a high powered magnet in each pocket.

    Kiss Kiss Bears:

  3. Blossom says:

    “I say mary should we be doing this in public?”
    “Its ok dear we are married now remember”

  4. daisyj says:

    It was cute for the first couple of steps. But when the guests realized that the happy couple was planning to do their “special dance” all the way to the reception, the defections to the bar were swift and decisive.

  5. Huh, I didn’t know congenitally joined twins could get married…