Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness: The Galaxy Far, Far Away Edition

How do, caption fans! It’s time once again to play Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness. You all know how this works. I post a picture that desperately needs a caption. You provide said captions via the comments function. Next week I declare a winner and we all celebrate.

This week’s image was found and sent to me by our own Never teh Bride who has a talent for finding odd imagery:
sw-wedding-1 Ready…set…snark!

9 Responses to “Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness: The Galaxy Far, Far Away Edition”

  1. JRM says:

    Because this is Admiral Ackbar we’re talking about, I have to throw this one in…

    It’s never a good thing when the officiant is the one to say “It’s a TRAP!” during a wedding ceremony.

  2. Anonymous says:

    heh… first thing that came to my mind too: “IT’S A TRAP!”
    then, hey…that’s not nice, self. it’s someone’s wedding!
    but it’s funny!

    and since i’m a nerd, the next couple of quotes were “Take evasive action!”
    and “We saw it. All craft, prepare to retreat.”

  3. gemdiva says:

    When the Louisiana judge refused to marry them citing concerns for their children, the couple returned to the groom’s more advanced home planet for their wedding ceremony.

  4. La BellaDonna says:

    Huhn. I’m not going to get snarky, actually. I really LIKE the bride’s dress. I guess it means that we’re going to have to go to distant galaxies to find wedding dresses WITH SLEEVES, though!

  5. Annie says:

    Behind her beauty-pageant-contestant Vaseline smile, the officiant once again wondered whether letting her “friends” share those Spring Break pictures from college might not have been a smarter choice than caving into their blackmailing and slipping on the slave girl outfit.

  6. The bride wondered what the Beast was hiding under the mask and vowed to avenge her family someday.

  7. Margo says:

    You have to go to a galaxy a long, long way away and far ago to buy a flattering wedding dress with sleeves.

  8. Margo says:

    Oh, LaBellaDonna, snap! I didn’t even read your comment first.

  9. Margo A. says:

    Actually, I’m pretty sure that dress is a vintage Gunne Sax by Jessica McClintock, from the mid 70’s.