July 25, 2004

Hoopy Frood


Has anyone seen where I left my pair of Joo Janta 200 Super-Chromatic Peril Sensitive Sunglasses?


15 thoughts on “Hoopy Frood

  1. That’s not a caption, are you sure you’ve understood the concept here Adrian?

  2. That is a caption.
    If I said “Douglas Adams is probably going to turn in his grave” that would not be a caption.

  3. But the picture doesn’t depict Douglas Adams turning in his grave.

  4. Are there no rules pertaining to excessive references to Mr. Pratchett’s dark uncle?
    Incidentally, if the picture is in fact a composite of a man who shares his name with the said author who happens to be in a particularly roomy grave (replete with sofa) caught in two stages of the aforementioned turn (one of which was taken immediately after his glasses fell off) then Adrian’s caption is fine.
    It’s also fine if the above were not the case, since captions with ambiguous connections to the subject are also to be commended. For example, I would caption this picture:
    Weak-chested librarian swapping mittens for bamboo of magnitude.

  5. The Uborka Administration has declared Douglas Adams to be fit for referal and quotery.

    Karen on July 26, 2004
  6. Incidentally, I find this photo terrifying. Is it only me who is scared by it?

    Karen on July 26, 2004
  7. It’s the mullet that scares me.
    And all hail the Uborka Administration who are wise.

  8. Although, I would offer this as evidence that D does resemble a teddy bear. A two-headed teddy bear, granted, but cuddly nonetheless.

    Karen on July 26, 2004

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