User avatar*** Caption Competition ***

Good Evening ladies and gentlemen. It’s very simple; come up with the bestest and most funniest caption for this photo and you could win this magnificent mystery prize.

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Good luck!

10 comments to *** Caption Competition ***

  • Good evening.

    What is the magnificent mystery prize? You said “this” so I assume you were holding it up at the time but I didn’t see it.

    Here is my entry:
    Otters 1 and 2 (lying down): “We are sharing these lovely rocks!”
    Otter 3 (sitting up): “I think you’re both potty!”

    I hope you will agree that this is hilarious and that I deserve the prize.

    Warm regards,

    C.J. 5156

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    That… is… hilarious.

    But in order to be fair to the rest of the Beans universe *sound of crickets in the distance* I must ensure that other entries are received, or allowed time to arrive.

    The closing date is 14 August. Get cracking!

  • I have already cracked and will not crack again.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I don’t suppose he who shall not be named will be submitting an entry? Does he have a spokesperson?

  • No, he’s sanding down his pelmets. He won’t be taking part. I’m not sure he’s ever visited the Beans, actually.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    When he does he’s going to get a right old shock when he realises someone else has been cavorting about pretending to be him.

    You remember that time he once glanced at the website? No, me either.

  • I do. It was back in 2006, I think, when he’d set it up and had to check whether it was online by visiting it. I don’t think he’s been back since then. His carpets have needed too much buffing.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    All those leggy windows too. Don’t forget the leggy windows.

    I read an article in the Yorkshire Evening Post which said he’s started grunting his mantelpiece.

  • Ooh, that’s a long job. We won’t be seeing him for a while.

    I remember my great uncle started grunting his mantelpiece in 1988. He’s due to finish next year.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    It really shows the dedication of the home owner. Such an exquisite and demanding method could only be achieved by the most patient of people. Thankfully Kev has it in spades.

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