Monday, August 06, 2007

Caption Contest

Picture via Ironic Catholic

Previous contest winner

WINNERS:

Dan Trabue: Why did the chicken cross the road...? To get SAVED! Glory Hallelujah!!

Matt Akins: And now for Final Jeopardy . .

And the Answer is : Starkist Tuna

Remember to phrase your answers in the form of a question :

"Alex, What do you get when you CROSS a CHICKEN with a FISH?"

14 comments:

Tom Jackson said...

The church architect, unfortunately dyslexic, chose "Suffer the little chickens to come unto me" as the theme for the front wall of the church.

Dan Trabue said...

Why did the chicken cross the road...? To get SAVED! Glory Hallelujah!!

Or, playing off Tom Jackson's:

"'Oh Jerusalem, Jerusalem, how often I long to gather your children, like a hen gathers her brood under her wings' was the Theme Passage for the new Church of our Mother, the Hen congregation..."

john meunier said...

Taking 'Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.' just a bit too far.

Matt said...

De Colores!

Matt said...

And now for Final Jeopardy . .

And the Answer is : Starkist Tuna

Remember to phrase your answers in the form of a question :

"Alex, What do you get when you CROSS a CHICKEN with a FISH?"

Mark Winter said...

The logo of the "Too-Chicken-To-Witness Church"

T Michael W Halcomb said...

What came first, the chicken or the...fish or the cross?

Joyful Catholics said...

What should have been the Permission Granted To Do Church Differently in the 21'st Century book cover instead of the one chosen.

PAX,
susie

the reverend mommy said...

Matt wins.

tom ream said...

The latest mega church trend is to now include Chik-Filet kiosks in the fellowship hall.

DannyG said...

Why the chicken is known at the "Gospel Bird" at church pot-lucks.

Will Deuel said...

This week's pot luck will be "surf and turf."

Anonymous said...

When you give man a fish, he eats for a day; when you give man a chicken, you have the beginning of an United Methodist potluck!

Humorously,
Joseph

Larry B said...

With a drop in contributions from the congregation, the church wades tepidly into sponsorship with a subtle reference to the Long John Silver's menu choices.