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Wnderer
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January Caption Contest
Wnderer   1/18/2014 8:51:46 AM
When resistance was fuedal.

Parreco
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Parreco   1/17/2014 7:02:15 PM
And these are the "J", "K", and "Q" pins....No, that doesn't stand for "Jack", "King" and "Queen"!!

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Wnderer   1/17/2014 11:59:38 AM
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Actually, after I posted the 'Sir Cuts'  joke I recalled seeing it in an earlier caption contest with a knight, so I can't take credit for it.

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Sadie!   1/16/2014 6:44:26 PM
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Hahaha that was too punny!!!

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eetcowie   1/16/2014 12:41:30 PM
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Scientist: "The lab boys in the alchemy department came up with this MRI thing, that lets us see what our king is thinking. We first squeeze some juice from the head, then the sushi chef tastes it, and lets us know what HE thinks."

King: "I can already tell you what I think...let's cut off the scientist's head, and see if there is anything in there! By the way, what does MRI stand for?"

Scientist: "Well, it was My Revelation Idea, but I heard the Beta Testers calling it,  Much Rubbish Inside."

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eetcowie   1/16/2014 12:01:46 PM
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"You guessed it sire. As you can see by this paper design, we will be designing PAPER."

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The ground problem
prabhakar_deosthali   1/16/2014 9:12:27 AM
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Your Majesty, The ground shown here is for the circuit so that your jet can fly off the ground safely!

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David Ashton   1/16/2014 3:45:00 AM
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"Your Majesty, we don't call ourselves King Avionics for nothing.  This is absolutely the best comms gear you can buy for your private jet!"

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eetcowie   1/15/2014 1:02:33 PM
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"This is how Tesla is fixing their overheating problem on their electric vehicles. Now all we have to do, is invent the car."

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My Chair
antedeluvian   1/15/2014 10:31:47 AM
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.. and so, based on this rationale, you are sitting in MY chair!

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