Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Caption Competition


Alright, I can't think of anything else to put up, so it is time for a caption competition, I think I might have found this of on Hallowed Ground (see sidebar, I always have difficulty opening it).
The prize is either in the Ordinary or Extra-ordinary form, and is one Pater, Ave and Gloria Patri.
How about:-
'Allo, 'Allo who do you think you are: Sterling Moss?"
or
"Constable, do you know where the rest of the procession has gone?"

17 comments:

pelerin said...

'I found these two on the High Street. Does anyone know who they belong to?'

Laurence said...

"You're arresting me because I forgot to put a no smoking sign on my horse? This is an outrage!"

Ma Beck said...

Bishop Crumpet Rhys-Scone used a bit of literary license when re-enacting the Palm Sunday entrance of Christ into Jerusalem for the children.

Ma Beck said...

Okay, are your eyes open, Your Grace? Okay --- ready! One, two, three, CHEEESE!
What? Oh, drat.
Okay, one more time, Excellency.
One, two, three...

Anonymous said...

We're sorry Your Grace, but your drivers license doesn't allow for you to drive this kind of horse power.

Moretben said...

"'E says 'e's Saint Augustine, m'lud. The 'orse answers to the name of Clover. Couple of candles short of a tenebrae 'earse, if you wants my opinion..."

Moretben said...
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Fr Ray Blake said...

Comment deleted,
As amusing as your the last comment was, I think it was unsuitable for publication here.

gemoftheocean said...

How come I can't steer the horsie myself?

Moretben said...

"It's a miracle Your Honour, an' no mistake. 'E marched in 'ere bold as brass and conferred the Hapostolic Blessing on all present. You could've 'eard a pin drop. I ain't sem nuffing like since the Old Queen died. The geezer on 'is back's some kind of RC priest..."

Mac McLernon said...

The Bishop always considered the hardest part of summoning his crozier by telekinesis was ensuring that no-one else noticed...

nickbris said...

Everybody had a good time,even the Police joined in this year.

Ttony said...

Emperor Haile Selliasse was determined to win the prize at the Fancy Dress Ball by coming dressed as the Archbishop of Westminster, but the carabinieri had been bribed by Mussolini, whose Dying Swan tutu was to die for.

Anonymous said...

'Old on my Lord, rest of clergy are coming along on shetland ponies.

The J&P group insist we embrace ecology, Officer.

gerri said...

You don't see one of those on the streets of Bighton every day, do you?

Paulinus said...

Comment deleted,
As amusing as your the last comment was, I think it was unsuitable for publication here.


I'm perplexed if that was mine, absolutely no offence intended. Apologies for any upset caused.

I'll get my coat...

Fr Ray Blake said...

Paulinus,
If it was yours, I can't remember, it was not in any way offensive, except to the most sensitive.