The month of May will see the return of a popular feature around Bodyguard Blog (and our associated FACEBOOK PAGE). While gearing up for future installments of “Caption This”, the feature where we ask readers to supply their own witty comments to our humorous selection of Executive Protection/ Law Enforcement / Military related photos, I thought it would be a good opportunity to pull together a list of my personal Top 5 entries. The comments section are also still open, so if you think yo have a zinger that’s funnier than the rest, feel free to post it. Bring on the marching bands, and “Caption This…”
So the results are in for the first ever Bodyguard Blog/ Facebook “Caption This…” Contest, and ready there are troubles at the polls:
While there is a clear winner at 7 “likes” out of the 24 entries, said winner just happens to be my brother Akeem, so I’m sure there has to be some fine print somewhere about relatives winning the prize. To solve this, we’ll just give Akeem honorary mention, and award the prize to the second runner up Mr. Rickey “Swifty” Beever.
Ricky, enjoy the gloves, and we’ll look forward to future comments from you!
and for honorary mention
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The weekly “Caption This” feature of Bodyguard Blog returns as we ask readers to supply their own witty comments to humorous Executive Protection related photos.
Traditionally speaking, I know the story behind the photos before I post them, but I have to say, I’m just as perplexed as everyone else might be with this one???
So jumping right in, let’s “Caption This…”
*to see previous editions type “Caption This” into the search bar to the right.
**edit ** we’ve now turned this edition into the official “Caption This…” Contest. To participate, leave your comment here AND on our Facebook Page at www.Facebook.com/IconServices. The one with the most “likes” next to their comment will win an article of merchandise from our ICON Apparel Line. (remember, even if you are not leaving a comment, vote for the one you think is the most humorous.)
The weekly “Caption This” feature of Bodyguard Blog asks readers to supply their own witty comments to humerous Executive Protection / Military Themed photos.
Continuing our canine theme from Part VII, a reader submitted this photo that was ripe for the “Caption This” treatment. Not sure what’s really going on in this photo (staged or just an odd camera angle?) but I do hear dogs have pretty good vision.