Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Caption Me!

OK, here's another caption contest just for fun, but a word of warning, the image is disturbing and may cause several medical and emotional stresses on the viewer.  Continue at your own risk.

64 comments:

  1. It's just you and me Rex all the way!!! Up tight....outta sight!!!

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  2. Hey Rexy baby, you touching me makes me have to hide my boner with my helmet.

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  3. So, JT what's the best way to stop that wild cat?

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  4. If I lose a few more pounds, we will have the same cheek bones.

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  5. So I heard today's lunch is Meatloaf with mashed potatoes!

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  6. ufcane03:

    I threw up a little in my mouth....

    "How many more lap-band surgeries do you need for your stomach, Rex?"

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  7. Hey Jason guess what! You're looking at the new face of Neutrogena!

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  8. Dancing with the Stars is ok, but I'm trying out for Dance Your Ass off!

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  9. ABC announces one of the new dance couples for "Dancing with the Stars.."

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  10. That was the Jason Taylor shrine room, now let me show you where the Jason Taylor shaped hot dogs are!!

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  11. Ryan: Alright! Sanchez is selling hot dogs again, let me buy you one
    Taylor: I'm more of an Oreo stolen from little kids type of guy

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  12. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 10:11 AM

    Rex: Hey Jason whatta ya say we go get some hotdogs?
    JT: Whatever coach, I'm just glad we're on HBO this year.

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  13. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 10:16 AM

    As for the World Cup, gotta love those 1-1 and 0-0 draws. I can't believe I haven't followed this exciting game all along. If you turn for a second to get a beer you might just miss something. Then again you could go hiking at the start of the game and when you get back the score will be the same as when you left. LOL

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  14. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 10:16 AM

    As for the World Cup, gotta love those 1-1 and 0-0 draws. I can't believe I haven't followed this exciting game all along. If you turn for a second to get a beer you might just miss something. Then again you could go hiking at the start of the game and when you get back the score will be the same as when you left. LOL

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  15. tim,

    what next, you going to say you only have to watch the last 2 minutes of a basketball game to see the whole game.

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  16. lol, I have to say I like the one about the helmet best. Good job anonymous.

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  17. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 11:09 AM

    Of course herd picks the one with a helmet. LOL

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  18. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 11:09 AM

    ffr, do you even have to watch the last 2 minutes of a basketball game? LOL

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  19. JT I want you to mow my lawn BEFORE the game - just in case you get injured....

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  20. "I actually got him on the team!"

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  21. Jason is smiling at Sanchez. Sanchez is out of the frame looking through rex's other ear.

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  22. Fat Rex: When Tannenbaum asked if I want a JT I thought he meant a Jumbo Tortilla.

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  23. Tannenbaum: I told Fat Rex that JT was a Jumbo Tortilla and he said he'd have one!

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  24. Sorry about the double post - the first one didn't appear!

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  25. Fat Rex: Meet the latest Jet - Judas Traitor.

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  26. Don't want to encourage TTE, but there have only been 20 goals in this year's WC, compared to 30 this time last year. Lots of teams starting their campaigns like NFL teams in the play-offs - playing not to lose. Let's hope Brazil can ignite the tournament. N. Korea are 33-1 to win a 2 horse race. Wow!

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  27. jt isnt looking at rex, he is staring at the hot dog in his ear and wondering when gaychez will be coming over to suck it out


    uk, i agree, so far the first round games have been snooze fest, except for the germany game. but that is expected, now that some teams have to win, they will have no choice but to open things up. and dont worry about TTE, just throw him a red herring and he will leave you alone

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  28. ffr - just saw your post on the last blog - lol. Those gloves were crazy, but he was the "form" keeper going into the tourney (I think "Calamity" James may have been carrying a slight injury?) Germany were awesome (but Australia weren't good). I've seen the Portugal game and the second half of the Brazil game has just kicked off, but I won't play spoiler. Spain are the favourites going in I think (?), and they probably have the best players, but teams win championships. Btw, the runner up in the US/England group faces the winner of Germany's group. Ouch!

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  29. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 12:52 PM

    uk, only 20 goals? Wow! I thought that was a lot. LOL

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  30. uk,

    not to make any excuses for him, afterall he is playing at the world cup level, but i do think the ball and the wet or slick ground had something to do with him misjudging that shot. watching it in slow mo, the ball takes a second hot skip that i dont think he was expecting.

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  31. Tim
    Go back to your rounders - sorry - baseball! lol Only j/king!

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  32. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:08 PM

    Oh my, Brazil is blowing out North Korea 2-0. LOL

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  33. oh FU tim, thanks for ruining it for me, gawd, glad i dvr'd the game for no reason now. way to go jerkwad. LOL

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  34. TTE, in soccer there's a goal scored (on average) every 30 minutes or so, which is more than can be said for American Football.

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  35. That reminds of Saturday when I was recording the USA vs England game but had to attend a kid's party during the game. There was a massive TV at the venue showing the game so I intentionally avoided that room for the whole time I was there. Then I was about to go home to watch it when someone I knew just walked right up to me and without even saying 'hello' he just blurted out the score.

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  36. UK, have you seen that James Cordon WC show where they have the human Wall Chart and they have banned the mention of the French and have an Irish guy on the wall instead of a French one?

    They interviewed him and asked him how O'Henry and Paddy Anelka were doing...

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  37. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:24 PM

    Ffr, you watch world cup soccer? I thought you follow it like the NBA.

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  38. ffr - the ball this year is crazy - it moves all over the place, which it shouldn't really do as that penalises the better teams, but I think you are right, it was the bounce that seemed to beat Green. He made a textbook stop shortly before that with his full body behind the ball and then that. Btw, - still watch the game - it's the game of the tourney so far, especially second half.

    Lol @ Tin & ffr. I taped the England v Australia rugby game, then put the news on just before I went to bed on Saturday and a reporter said "when Australia went 14-0 ahead". I knew there was no way back from there!

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  39. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:27 PM

    "there's a goal scored (on average) every 30 minutes or so, which is more than can be said for American Football."

    Tin, what are you trying to say?

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  40. Tin,
    LOL. I haven't tried it yet cos I don't think it can be as good as Skinner and Baddiel, but I'm going to look in tonight to check it out.

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  41. yeah, they never score goals in american football.


    tin, i was just busting on tim some. not like the scores arent all over the radio and internet

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  42. tim,

    i watch most soccer. and i said i dont watch the nba. imho the nba is fixed for the poster boys of the nba.

    uk,

    i will watch the game any way, i was just busting on tim

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  43. I'm saying in football they score about once every 45 minutes and if a soccer match was 3.5 hours long like a football game, the scores would be higher. Let's not forget they give 7 points for one score in Amer. football - in reality the scores are generally about 3 to 2.

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  44. Speaking of James Corden, this is the most awkward moment...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIBUWqSTp90

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  45. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:34 PM

    Ffr, all you have to do is fast forward to the whopping two goals and you're done. Then you can do something more exciting like make some toast.

    Oh sh!t it's a barn burner now. It's freakin 2-1. I guess you'll have to fast forward one more time. That will give you some extra time for the butter to soften. LOL

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  46. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:37 PM

    Tin, the actual game isn't 3.5 hours long though. Just the programming. The game is an hour.

    You gotta love the 0-0 draw though. Now that's special. LOL

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  47. Hilarious (and sad). The N. Koreans declared they weren't going to braodcast the game v Brazil to the people unless they won.

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  48. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:39 PM

    Well you wouldn't want to depress the North Korean people anymore than they already are.

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  49. The world cup made me remember something from back in the day...I had a horn similar to the ones they have that I took to all the Herd games. Security took it away from me at a playoff game, I believe it was the year Chad P and Randy Moss played together, so a long time ago. lol ;~)

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  50. Herd,
    Lol. I'm glad to hear that. Those vuvuzelas drive you mad after a bit. I wouldn't want them catching on in American Footy.

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  51. They just put the front page of the NY Post from Sunday up on the Corden show. The headline "USA wins, 1-1". That got a BIG laugh!

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  52. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:47 PM

    uk, what you don't like the sound of thousands of bees? LOL

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  53. uk, I was so po'd they took it from me, but I was also a bit 'drunkity' so I couldn't say tooo much at the time...it's not like it was a constant thing either, just on 3rd down, or when we scored.

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  54. Tim The EnchanterJune 15, 2010 at 1:50 PM

    uk, you don't enjoy the sound of thousands of bees for hours? LOL

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  55. herd,

    so basically you are saying security took away your horn and you had nothing to blow all game. wow, wish i had been there to help you out. LOL

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  56. Tim
    All drones and no honey!
    Herd
    It wasn't even the No Fun League either. That "drunkity" thing always gets us into trouble one way or another huh?

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  57. lol, yeah, that 'drunkity' thing and blowing horns always go hand in hand. well maybe not hand in hand but you know what i mean.

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  58. and to think I was so careful to not use the word blow...

    the thing about that horn was I had bought it at a WV game, they had all these blue and yellow ones and this one green one they sold to me at half price...this was long before we started playing them in football...I guess you could say it had sentimental value! lol

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  59. Thanks Herd, I wasn't quite sure how the "helmet" joke would be recieved.

    Anonymous AKA DenverFinFan

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  60. JT: "Now that I'm sobered up from last nite, I didn't realize he was still that fat. Poor Marky".

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  61. ""I'm saying in football they score about once every 45 minutes and if a soccer match was 3.5 hours long like a football game, the scores would be higher. Let's not forget they give 7 points for one score in Amer. football - in reality the scores are generally about 3 to 2.""

    NOT TRUE..
    (unless your referring only to tv time)??

    During a 60 min American football game the ball is ACTUALLY only (moving/in play)for an average of something like 12 or so minutes of the 60,and sometime's the scores are in the 30's or even 40s for both teams..

    I believe football player's
    (as far as work goes)for the most part actually earn their pay @ the team gathering's that don't include gameday..

    Most full time gameday player's only have to be actually running in pursuit of making a play/WORKING for approximately 6 or so minutes on gameday..
    During a two hr practice or film study,every player is full bore/working from beginning to end!!

    Otherwise those 8 mill a yr player's earn that money for a mere approximate 96 minutes of actual gameday ACTION in an entire season!!

    That's 8 mill/whatever for an hour & a half of actual gameday labor in an entire season!!
    NO WONDER the player's are expected to show-up @ all team gathering's!!

    What's the WRANGLER/BF get per yr??
    Cuz he's actually making whatever he makes pr yr
    for one & a half hrs of actual labor!!
    (seeing that he's privilaged/doesn't practice)!!

    ONE thing's fer-sure Soccer player's earn their money on gameday for running around non-stop for 90 mins while accomplishing very little!!
    I was a starting/entire game left-wing/captain for 3 yrs of HS,(luv'd running back then),ahhhh the 70's..
    It's much more fun to play than watch,
    0-0 tie's shouldn't be worthy of a point,IMHO!!

    GOFINS!!

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  62. REX: I'll race ya to the lunchline! JT:But that's like...40 yards! REX:Weiners today, must beat Sanchez. You know how he loves weenies!

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  63. Hey everyone...check out my new DANCE partner!

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