Caption Contest

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Winning caption:
With his spray-on hunchback in place, Smith is ready to go trick-or-treating as Quasimodo. ( Faridoon, USA)

Honourable mentions:

"Hey Cap, it'd be easier if you take the hanger out before you put your shirt on next time. (Peter Finch, Spain)

"Gee, Skip, you can get the grass stains out tonight. Let's get on with it!" (Darren Verdoorn, Australia)

"When I said I wanted a fly-slip, this is not what I had in mind..." (Cammo, Australia)


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