More Captions Needed
“They don’t so much fly as plummet.”
Butter side down!
During his long captivity, Schrodinger’s cat concentrated on staying in shape.
Not sure I can top Amy and JB but here’s mine…
“Wait! Was it feet up or down for landing?”
cat-ch me if you can
Is it waxing or waning?
I HAZ LEEFT OFF?
And on the third day Ceiling Cat ascended to the heavens.
From the Journal of Ir-reproducible Results;
A study of “Do Cats Always Land on Their Feet?” Trial 104; 30 meters…
“Conservative Cat, do you still think gravity is just a scam ‘theory’ cooked up by liberal scientist in order to get more research grants?”
The Kepler mission showed once and for all that Bertrand Russell was wrong… but not by much.
Tibbles sometimes wondered if taking that job at the skeet-shooting range was such a good idea.
Halfway through his reverse one and a half somersaults with three and a half twists, in the Free position off the 20m platform Kitty had his WTF moment when he realized that Olympic diving champ Greg Louganis Laden always landed in water, and that’s where he was headed.
You should really pick a winner for these captions. Even if it’s just you and it’s subjective. It will make it more entertaining.
See? I told you there was room in here to swing a cat!
Wow… good captions!
Greg, you must start picking a winner and then put the winning caption below the pic!
And, judging by this turnout, more katz!
“somebody please collapse my wavefunction in the |safely landed> state!11!1!!!!”
p.s. i like Charles Sullivan’s response @ #11
I realized the moment I fell into the fissure that the book would not be destroyed as I had planned. It continued falling into that starry expanse, of which I had only a fleeting glance….
“Cat in the twist” (as only cats can) !
Was that number 9?
ninjad by #9
Anywho…from the lolcat bible
1 Oh hai. In teh beginnin Ceiling Cat maded teh skiez An da Urfs, but he did not eated dem.
2 Da Urfs no had shapez An haded dark face, An Ceiling Cat rode invisible bike over teh waterz.
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