More Captions Needed
Gyroscopic Technology Stabilizes Area Man.
I think it needs a little more work Mr. Sikorsky.
It’s a classic demonstration of conservation of angular momentum from classical physics. A good caption might be: “what excellent physics teachers do”
“Beam me up, Hans!”
“I hope it doesn’t rain.”
Wings Wilbur! I’m telling you we need wings!
“Admittedly, girls are the furthest thing from our minds.”
“I call it The Wheel, Jaspers, and soon it will change the world.”
Orville and Wilbur’s second attempt at infamy…not as strong as the first.
Dowsing goes high tech!
Discovery’s UFO Hunters pilot episode~circa 1952.
Lightning rods have come a long way since the prototype.
Afraid of heights and unicycles? Dr. Schummeln’s revolutionary treatment will have you inches from the ground and balancing tires with abandon the first day!
“We’ll substitute an actual umbrella later.”
“All systems gone! Stand by for downcount! 5…4…3…1…Offblast!”
” come on, it’s my turn to be spokesman now !”
Yes, yes, your Mary Poppins, I know, I know. But it’s time to go in for your afternoon spoonful of sugar and a nap.
No. But thank you. I have enough money for a barber.
…can you hear me now?…
that groaner hurt real bad!
Can I get high too?
L. Ron Hubbard gives his blessing….
say…what’s a mountain goat doing way up here in a cloud bank?
markybarfy @6, you win the internets.
I’d been thinking of variants on the umbrella theme too, but most of them got taken already. How about:
“Umbrella. You’re doing it wrong.”
Never saw you look quite so pretty before
Never saw you dressed quite so lovely what’s more
I could hardly wait to keep our date this lovely Easter morning
And my heart beat fast as I came through the door
In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it
You’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter parade
I’ll be all in clover and when they look you over
I’ll be the proudest fellow in the Easter parade
Practicing for the first ever Gay Pride parade
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