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Your Humble Award-Winning Braggart, er, ah, Blogger

I won another one. Yep. My blogging buds the Dyer Boys have bestowed upon me their prestigious "Twinsy". Who are the Dyer Boys?

As the boys, themselves, like to say on their blog: Philip (L) and Douglas (R) are self-described as "the funniest pair to come out of Louisiana since Britney Spears".

And here's my award:


This is the photo the boys ran:


And this was my line that they judged as "the least crappy caption" (way to build up a guy's confidence fellas!)

"Okay, we found the car. Has anyone seen 38 clowns?"

Thanks, Dyer Boys! The runners-up, or crappier captions, can be found here.

Comments

dizzblnd said…
Congrats on that! I thought it was a good caption.. not the least crappy.
They are hilarious aren't they.
ettarose said…
Congrats, I agree it was not a crappy caption. I have only won one caption award, but I treasure it. The almighty Zucchini!
nonamedufus said…
dizzblnd: They're a pair!

ettarose: Thanks. The Zucchini isn't easy to come by. Good for you!

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