27 thoughts on “Caption This

  1. It’s a scene from the next MiB, I think.
    “Welcome to the Presidency. This is the last suit you’ll ever need.”

  2. -Out with the old, in with the new.
    -Modeling the new Presidential Transition uniforms.
    -Everything is fine now, the grownup’s here.
    -Gee, Barack, what’s it like to get more than 300 electoral votes?

  3. I’m gonna go with MIB, too, but a different line:
    “Hey, W, you know the difference between you and me? I make this look good.”

  4. “You’re a monster, Mr. Chimp,
    Your heart’s an empty hole.
    Your brain is full of spiders,
    You’ve got garlic in your soul.
    Mr. Chimp.”

  5. Even though the suits look identical, how come the sleeves on the shirt on the right extend beyond the suit?

  6. “Wait. You’ve never even once talked to the Alien Leader?”
    “George, I’m pretty sure that the East Room is back that way…”
    “So, you thought Saddam was the same guy as bin-Laden?”
    “You seriously prefer the PS3 over xBox? Really? Really?”
    “So you haven’t actually gone to work for three and a half years?”

  7. “I think that this lame duck expects me to stoop to his level. . .NO, I CAN’T!”

  8. I’m mildly surprised to see this not already posted, but here goes:
    You have the right to remain silent. If you give up that right, anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent you …

  9. Obama: I’m sorry, what was that Mr. President
    Bush: whispering: “Left foot, right foot,left foot right foot”… Oh Nothing

  10. Well Jude’s MiB line is the first thing I thought of so we’ll have to go with Plan B.
    Obama: “Well, it seems to fit okay but what’s this mysterious buldge behind the shoulders all about?”

  11. President-Elect Obama notes that cleaning up the mess left behind by the Bush Administration will include sweeping debris from the colonnade. Wonders if what appears to be leaves are actually signing statements and executive orders.
    Peace, V.

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