Caption Contest

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Winning caption:
"I know it's weird, but using this as a comb is the only way I can set my hair!" (Nikhil C, India)

Honourable mentions:

"I love the smell of fresh boots in the morning." (Shokat Khan, Bangladesh)

When they told him he'd have to indulge in some bootlicking to become captain, Lasith clearly hadn't grasped the idea. (lakesidey, India)


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