Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Caption Contest

Previous contest winner

WINNERS:

Allan R. Bevere: The Founding Fathers never imagined that their provision making the White House Chef the 15th in line for the Presidency would ever actually happen.

Tom Jackson: "So then Haldeman asked, who can we get to fire Archibald Cox?, and before Ehrlichmann could think of anyone I said, bork! bork! bork! and Haldeman said, great idea!"

Tim: ...Und EE promise te put de chickee eento eevry pot! Get in der, chickee... (Whack!)

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Founding Fathers never imagined that their provision making the White House Chef the 15th in line for the Presidency would ever actually happen.

Wabi-Sabi said...

The Commander in Chef.

Anonymous said...

It started with "freedom fries". Noone knew it would end up with the French taking over the United States.

Dan Trabue said...

tjq, dude, it's the Swedish Chef.

j2 said...

When asked how he would deal with the North Korean threat no one was certain if the Chef understood the question. They got their answer swiftly when the chef held up the fish he was preparing and with a flash sliced the fish's head off. Next question.

Anonymous said...

"Naaaoow thaatsa haaoow vyuuuu runnn aahh kuntreee...Guud Fuud aand da raeest l'taak kaaar uvit saaeeelf"

Anonymous said...

I vote for the first one! Fifteenth in line. . . heh heh

Anonymous said...

Bush's new white house press secretary leaves the reporters scratching their heads.

Oloryn said...

The Washington Press corps became astoundingly meek after Helen Thomas had a close encounter with the new Commander in Chef's meat cleaver.

Anonymous said...

"So then Haldeman asked, who can we get to fire Archibald Cox?, and before Ehrlichmann could think of anyone I said, bork! bork! bork! and Haldeman said, great idea!"

John said...

That's great!

Anonymous, please leave another comment with your name or handle so that I may declare you a winner.

tim said...

...Und EE promise te put de chickee eento eevry pot! Get in der, chickee... (Whack!)

Tom Jackson said...

OK, I admit it. ;)

You might have to point your younger readers to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Bork
for more explanation, though.