Thursday, March 26, 2015

Captain Caption LXIV

  As we prepare to write, read, or take the month off for the 2015 A-Z Challenge, I thought that, for this week's Captain Caption, I'd use a picture of pure innocence and not bombard you with a snarky comment.  Because, these children are really what's most important.

Besides, there's plenty of time for them to learn fart jokes.

20 comments:

  1. When you think about how little body awareness and shame babies have they're practically living fart jokes.

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    1. And they think nothing of peeing on us.
      I think there's a message there somehow.

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  2. Are we allowed to imagine our own caption? Or would that be wrong?

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    1. Sure. The government can't read our minds. Yet.

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  3. Sweet babies but diapers are my big bug-a-boo. Diapers are a menace to the landfills and then the parents (in our neighborhood, at least) fill the garbage bin with the gigantic diaper boxes.... intact yet, not broken down. Babies can be easily potty trained at 12 months so why do mothers now leave their little ones walk around in that poop and pee for another year or two??? Yuck

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    1. I would have put naked babies here, but that would get me into trouble.
      And it should.
      Yes, NSA, that's what I believe.

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  4. So you're leaving us to our own devices? "Pull my finger?" work

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  5. Believe me, babies know fart jokes.

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    1. So THAT'S why kids were always smiling!

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  6. Our son often giggled when he farted as a baby. Scatological humor never grows old for males.

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    1. I still giggle when I fart.
      Unless I suffer a catastrophic O-Ring malfunction and produce a shart, instead.
      Nothing funny there. especially if I'm wearing my white "Miami Vice" trousers.

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    2. This may be way too much information for me.

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    3. Then I won't tell the story of the white grout and me.

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  7. The focus on the importance of children fits well with my day and vibe.

    ...and yes, my brother peed on me.

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    1. My son scattergun pooped in my face.
      Too bad he was 17.
      JUST KIDDING!
      He was 16.

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  8. If only these babies were donning black socks. Then this could be the 'before photo."

    Julie

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  9. There is clearly a racist joke in there somewhere Al.
    Why is the one baby pushing the other babies head away?

    Did you know one out of three babies grow up to be an asshole?
    Which one do you think it is?

    Bushman
    2015 A to Z Challenge Ambassador
    @jwb81074

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    1. Funny (maybe not)....when I was looking to select a picture of babies, I rejected several which didn't have at least one non-white. And THAT is really sad when even I am conscious of offending someone.

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