March 10, 2014
Alright, villains. Here is your next pic to snarkify.
Have at it.
And may the Farce be with you.
Posted by DL Sly at March 10, 2014 12:37 PM
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"7-LOVE???? I got yer 'love' right here, baby..."
Posted by: Cassandra at March 10, 2014 01:15 PM
Following the Russian invasion of Crimea, John Kerry realizes he will have to pull up his big boy pants.
Posted by: Grim at March 10, 2014 01:41 PM
Since that's a guy would it be Camel-toe or Manmal-toe?
Posted by: Joatmoaf at March 10, 2014 02:05 PM
I believe the correct technical term for that is "moose knuckle".
I really would like to play along with these caption contests, but I fear my wit (or lack thereof) doesn't lend it self to them. I'm more of a punner.
Posted by: MikeD at March 10, 2014 02:09 PM
Say 'Hello' to my little friend.
Posted by: Yu-Ain Gonnano at March 10, 2014 02:16 PM
Watching the tennis match, Jim had a flash of inspiration--DEPENDS UNDERGARMENTS WITH SUSPENDERS, FOR OLDER PEOPLE.
It is this kind of intuitive insight that has founded fortunes!
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 02:45 PM
"Ferdinand was into cross-dressing, but his unfamiliarity with retro women's clothing caused him to forget his garter belt."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 02:49 PM
"As he aged, John McEnroe continued to be the "brat of tennis"--but his taunts of officials and players took on a more sinister tone."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 02:56 PM
The sad look on his face showed Dylan's dilemma--a real Hobson's Choice. The smashed tennis ball from the serve was aimed directly at his genitals. Should he drop his drawers (freeing his hand) and return the volley--protecting his manhood and exposing himself--or "take the hit"?
Neither was an attractive choice.
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 03:07 PM
Double Agony of Defeat Moment #446: Davis Cup cup mishap leads to tears and a demand for a do over.
Posted by: George Pal at March 10, 2014 03:10 PM
While it seemed like a good idea in CONCEPT, the Octogenarian Tennis League was not popular with tennis fans due to the slow pace of play.
The pace picked up somewhat when a rule revision allowing suspenders freed up the hands of the players.
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 03:18 PM
John told the Head Linesman--"But I really DO have to take a bathroom break--SEE?"
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 03:20 PM
"Despite Ferdinand's facial hair, the World Tennis Federation still required a gender check for championship matches."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 03:21 PM
Ferdinand protested loudly--"Look, if others can wear a Lacoste alligator or a Polo logo on their shirts, why can't I wear the logo of MY sponsor, Fruit of the Loom, on my drawers?"
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 03:23 PM
After an allegation of illegal equipment usage, the Head Judge asked to see the player's balls.
He immediately regretted the phrasing.
Posted by: Yu-Ain Gonnano at March 10, 2014 04:32 PM
Wimbeldon officials later regretted allowing players to wear anything other than white.
Posted by: Yu-Ain Gonnano at March 10, 2014 04:40 PM
Move along. Nothing to see here.
Posted by: vet66 at March 10, 2014 05:28 PM
"I'm humbled!" he shouted.
Posted by: spd rdr at March 10, 2014 05:34 PM
The Dark Lord is going to have her work cut out for her judging these captions.
Posted by: Obi-Wan Cassandra at March 10, 2014 06:47 PM
To illustrate his contempt for inappropriate questions from the press corp, this was his response to "Are you Jewish?"
Posted by: bud at March 10, 2014 06:58 PM
Once again, there is a line in a Mel Brooks movie for every occasion. From History of the World
Does he not hold something in his hand? Does he not have on strange undergarments?
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 07:09 PM
"This is the most interesting wedgie in the world!"
Posted by: Don Brouhaha at March 10, 2014 07:19 PM
When asked the age-old question famously posed to Bill Clinton--"Boxers or Briefs?" Ferdinand couldn't answer. They certainly weren't BOXERS, and they certainly weren't "TIGHT-Y WHITEYS."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 10, 2014 07:54 PM
"The Dark Lord is going to have her work cut out for her judging these captions."
I have plenty of beer.
Posted by: DL Sly at March 10, 2014 09:09 PM
Oh Sly, you really do know how to get my attention.
Posted by: CAPT Mike at March 11, 2014 01:33 AM
Posted by: DL Sly at March 11, 2014 01:40 AM
Losing badly in straight sets at the French Open, Jean-Pierre attempts to pull his white shorts over his head in the universal French symbol for surrender. This maneuver was first performed by French players, en masse, in response to the overwhelming play of the German 1940 doubles champions, Team Blitzkrieg.
Posted by: a former european at March 11, 2014 10:01 AM
"On seeing Obama in the stands at the U.S. Open, Ferdinand had the same reaction as Chris Mathews--a THRILL RAN UP HIS LEG!
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 11, 2014 11:22 AM
This photo proves the old adage--"The basis of all humor is the misfortune of others."
"As he started his match in the Mexican National Tennis Championships, Ferdinand was regretting having lunch at that streetside food vendor cart."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 11, 2014 11:32 AM
Hard as he tried, Aaron found it difficult to separate his private life from his work-a-day world as Agent Yurday, T.S.A.
Posted by: spd rdr at March 11, 2014 12:05 PM
"Ferdinand's weight-loss program was really effective, but his refusal to buy new clothing was penny-wise and pound-foolish--costing him the tennis championship."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 11, 2014 05:13 PM
"Ferdinand lamented not trying on his new tennis outfit earlier. As seen by the look in this photo, he suffered a painful case of galling.
verb (used with object)
to make sore by rubbing; chafe severely: The saddle galled the horse's back.
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 11, 2014 05:21 PM
"Having failed his tryout as a Chippendale men's stripper, Ferdinand took his talents to the tennis court--where he fared no better."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 12, 2014 02:48 PM
Although he was usually unbeatable at "Charades," Murray's skills abandoned him at Mel Brook's High Anxiety.
Posted by: spd rdr at March 12, 2014 06:51 PM
Ernie sorely wished that he had listened just a bit closer before jumping the offer, but he swore that Satan said he would "spend eternity with Pete Sampras at a Target!"
Posted by: spd rdr at March 12, 2014 07:06 PM
"Even while playing mixed-doubles with Maria Sharapova the frustration showed on Ferdinand's face when the Viagra STILL wouldn't work."
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 12, 2014 07:42 PM
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 12, 2014 07:48 PM
Ferdinand was a Biblical man, and after his poor performance, felt compelled to act as specified in the book of Matthew--"weeping, gnashing of teeth, and rending of clothes", as this photo shows.
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 13, 2014 12:29 PM
To Ferdinand's dismay, he discovered in the middle of the tourney that one of his opponents, taking a leaf from the Official Tonya Harding Playbook, swapped the club's hash brownies for ex-lax brownies.
His already none-too-illustrious career would, unfortunately, never recover.
... the tennis outfit was, of course, a total loss.
Posted by: OBloodyHell, "Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses." at March 14, 2014 12:36 AM
"Not only did Ferdinand suffer a blow to his nether regions, but he was dealt a second blow when ABCs Wide Wide World of Sports didn't use the video for its famous lead-in because it was even more violent than the fallen ski-jumper"
Posted by: frequent flyer at March 14, 2014 12:02 PM