Baby empire disappoints. He really should have gone into shipping.
Every now and then we get stumped on COTD. This little kid reminds me of somebody, but who is it? Isn’t he the spitting image from some board game from the 1950s? Perhaps from a cartoon or comic book? The train makes me think of monopoly, but I’m willing to bet it’s something else. Got any clues?
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.
This picture reminds me of the scene in Name Your LinkMen In Black where the large man whom they thought was the alien was actually just a puppet. His head opened up and there was a little green guy operating the controls. Marriage is tough enough without having the lucky girl implanted in your cerebral cortex!
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.
This couple has too much of something. I'm not sure what it is, but whatever it is, they need to give it back.
Werewolf marriages are much more common than traditionally believed. What these folks need is a good barber. Maybe a good tailor as well. Perhaps one of those lenses that takes pictures slightly out-of-focus. Could add a couple of models instead of the bride and groom. And make them stand further back. I think that would do it.
It was a January December marriage. Like January 1920.
I’m guessing the honeymoon is going to be really short — like the walk to the car. This guy could end up being a widower before he’s 20. And collecting retirement checks for the rest of his life! Wait a minute…. Perhaps it’s time to go nursing home trolling. Not sure what the beer index is for this idea, though.
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.
That bride was a dang ugly kid. Can't imagine why she'd want that as a wedding photo
Dear future bridegroom. Take a good, hard look. Now take a good hard look at your mother-in-law. Between those two mental pictures I think we have your future pretty much mapped out for you. Perhaps the kid isn’t so terribly ugly, but there is definitely something about this picture that gives me the heebie-geebies.
Cats Expecting, the never-heard-of sitcom spinoff from the show "Cats"
Nothing says “we’re a loving family” than stripping down with your wife and painting up yourselves like cats. It’s the universal symbol of fellowship and welcome. I’m not sure exactly who this picture is for. Perhaps the neighbors dress up like mice for their pictures? I’m suddenly not so sure I’m old enough to be writing in this blog.
Werewolf boy's theme song went kinda like this -- ahoooo! Werewolves of disco.
He came from the 70s with a polyester suit and an attitude. The only thing he feared was soap and a razor. He was: werewolf boy. Half boy, half were, and the other half wolf. His mother used to cry out Werewolf! But the people of the town would only point to the woods and say “There! There wolf!” (with apologies to Mel Brooks).
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