All posts tagged children

Take Your Son To Work Day

a take your son to work day demotivator with two bottles of Jack Daniels, one large and one small, half-empty and sitting on a desk

Going to be a long day, kid

Printed on Recycled Children

A picture of some printed form that says page printed on recycled children

Sure, the page might be printed on recycled children, but did they use solar panels?

It’s not only printed on recycled children, it’s printed on 100% recycled children. Don’t you hate it when they lie about the percentage of children used? It’s tough getting kids to get into the smasher. Sure, you can lure the first one in with candy, but after that they all have a tendency to run away, even when you explain how you’re being green.

This site is all about storing unusual pictures and tagging them for future retrieval. Because of that, it might be useful to have some sample captions or one-liners to use if you decide to select one of these images for your purposes. We do our best to gather together both original images and as many sample captions and headlines as we possibly can. You’re encouraged to participate as well. All comers are welcome. Here are some ideas to get you started.(click to view)

The Family Picture You Never Want to see on Facebook

A large, unwashed, skinny bearded man wearing nothing but a fig leaf with his gets obviously uncomfortable is definitely the family picture you never want to see on facebook

This is the family picture you never want to see on facebook. Trust me, anything you say or do in reply to this will be wrong. Very wrong.

After living for years in a cave in the backyard, we finally got dad to come out for our yearly family portrait. He was happy that day — his medication had been working for almost a week and he wasn’t singing the “In the Jungle, the mighty jungle” song over and over again. Later that month he got a really bad case of termites.

Caption of the Day is a site for users to find interesting or emotionally-charged visual material from all over the web and save them for later use. After sharing the image, other users can come by and offer their own captions. You are welcome to provide your material as well. We encourage sharing and reuse — the more the merrier! Don’t self-censor — if you are thinking something might be cute please go ahead and submit it. We’ve even provided some sample text to help get you started. (click to view)

Sister Licking my Ear

A childhood portrait with sister and borther, both of a very young age, showing sister licking my ear makes me smile!

Sister licking my ear feels kind of good! But something's very wrong with that.

It might feel good now, but later on you’re going to need therapy. Lots of it. Sadly, junior lost his ear to Tammy just three months later during the great foot shortage of 88. If you parents want any more reasons not to let your kids watch inappropriate movies, look no further.

If you’re new to Caption of the Day, here’s the deal: this site is all about funny, interesting, and emotionally-charged images. Material you can use in your own presentations, blogs, and status updates. People submit material by email (or we go and find it.) Once accepted, the image is cleaned up, attributed (if easily possible) and tagged for retrieval later. All users are invited to add their own captions and text to help others when the image is reused. We’ve tried to provide some sample material in case you can’t think of anything. (click to view)

Little Johnny’s Class Picture

Little Johnny's class picture is a picture of a class with all the kids sitting on one side of the bleachers and one little boy sitting by himself on the other side.

Taking a look at little Johnny's class picture, it reminds me that some days you're just not going to fit in.

You can always tell the kid that had beans for supper the night before. Either that or his class has a large number of ninjas in it. Perhaps the bench has a pivot in it, and Johnny just happens to weight 4,275 pounds. Or he could be radioactive. Nobody ever talks enough about the plight of radioactive children in school.

Here on the site we provide a place for funny pictures to gather and be appreciated. Many times you might have seen a picture somewhere and think “where the heck did I see this at?” Caption of the Day tries to help you find it again. We tag each image as much as possible. That way you can cross-reference material in case you get close but don’t find exactly what you’re looking for. You and other users can provide your own captions. We even try to provide some sample captions in case you’re all out of ideas.(click to view)

Mom was a Hooker

A family Christmas picture showing what appears to be proof that mom was a hooker -- everybody in regular clothing except the woman, who has on a shiny, low-cut rubber santa suit.

Mom was a hooker, but we loved her anyway

If Santa came down the chimney and saw this family, he would run back up the chimney and go screaming into the night. Something about seeing a middle-aged woman dressed in tight leather Christmas one-pieces with a garter just makes me question my faith in humanity. Or perhaps this is misread. Perhaps she is hoping to marry Santa? After all, he’s a pretty old and big guy. She might be quite the catch.

The site you are looking at, Caption of the Day, is dedicated to collecting images and tagging them for future retrieval. We select only the finest images across the know web, curating them and finding the largest sizes, then posting them in a blog format. Visitors can drop by, stay for a spell, and then contribute their own captionable material. We’ll tag those up just like everything else for future use. Using the provided caption above, here are some other subtitles you might use. (click to view)

You Funny Kid

A big dog with its mouth open and its paw on a small child who looks fearful, just like a mobster who might say you funny kid

You Funny Kid! Where's that lunch money again?

You funny kid! You really make me laugh! I want to take you out sometime. We’ll have a great time: chasing squirrels and sniffing each other’s butts. You’re okay with hating squirrels, right? That last kid — the one that didn’t make it — she had problems with chasing things. Sad to see a healthy kid like that have an accident. But you know, they happen, right? And if you’re not careful a really bad accident could happen to you! Gosh, I’d hate to see that…

Caption of the Day is a site for users to find interesting or emotionally-charged visual material from all over the web and save them for later use. After sharing the image, other users can come by and offer their own captions. You are welcome to provide your material as well. We encourage sharing and reuse — the more the merrier! We’ve even provided some sample text to help get you started. (click to view)

The Other Children

A picture of a baby with spaghetti stains on his face (which look something like blood) and the caption oh yes, the other children, they tasted wonderful

Yes, yes. The other children. They tasted wonderful!

I don’t know about you, but after wondering what happened to the other children, to me this is one baby I do not want to be messing with. It could be spaghetti stains, sure. Or it might be something else entirely…

This site is all about creating and saving one-liners and tagging images for later retrieval. If you’d like some ideas to get you started, they’re below. (click to view)

Welcome to Another Monday

Welcome to Another Monday

Using “Welcome to Another Monday,” here are some sample captions and story leads to help you do your own material (click to view)

The Night Christmas was Reversed

the night christmas was reversed

Using “The Night Christmas was Reversed,” here are some sample captions and story leads to help you do your own material (click to view)

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