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Monday, September 4, 2017

RenFaire Captions

While I can't invite my online readers to the upcoming RenFaire, I can let you in on some of the fun. One of the things we do is let guests write in captions for various 'period' images. One of the images I'm using this year is this:


It's too bad my ponds don't have any frogs around this year.

Anyway, even though I have a reputation for hating captions, that's not really true. (In fact I contribute to Hermione's weekly caption post almost every week) No, I just hate forced "everything has to be about kink" captions when a simpler and funnier one would be much more entertaining. So, if anyone would like to take a shot at our princess and frog, by all means show us what you got! Here's my contribution to start things off:

Princess: "You are cute and all...... but I just don't know."
Frog: "That's the trouble with being a frog. I can be 100% STD-free and you people still think they're going to get warts."

From Hands63:

Princess: "Kiss you, I don't think so"

Frog: "Come on babe, what have you got to lose. You know what they say, once you go frog, you'll read about it on everyone's blog

From Merry:

"PRINCESS: So thrilled to meeteth thou King Frog! What a large staff thou hast! How much dost 't groweth? 

FROG: Nearly as long and thick as a log, mine princess, and thou shalt squeal in delight at its strength! 


Who's next?

5 comments:

  1. Princess: "Kiss you, I don't think so"
    Frog: "Come on babe, what have you got to lose. You know what they say, once you go frog, you'll read about it on everyone's blog"


    I tried

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  2. Written in my best Elizabethan English!

    PRINCESS: So thrilled to meeteth thou King Frog! What a large staff thou hast! How much dost 't groweth?

    FROG: Nearly as long and thick as a log, mine princess, and thou shalt squeal in delight at its strength!

    OR~
    In Modern Day American English:

    PRINCESS: So thrilled to meet you King Frog! What a large staff you have! How much does it grow?

    FROG: Nearly as long and thick as a log, my princess, and you shall squeal in delight at its strength!

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