Monday, January 5, 2009

The Contest is Back On - Week Eleven

This is contest week number 11 - the rules are on the right side over there, and quite simple... submit a suggestion for what should be written on the back side of this image and on Friday the members of the Two Dog Pond Micro Sweatshop will decide who's entry is the most clever and then the good part: The winner wins a soldered glass pendant of this image with their saying on the back side to be worn with a great deal of pride and satisfaction!
Fellow bloggers - feel free to pimp this contest on your blog - the more the merrier!

36 comments:

Lisa B. said...

Honestly...where do you find some of these freaky photos? Is this a real photo or postcard or is it altered art?

Hmmmm...

"Awash in sea of youth"?

...Oh I have no idea?!

Jenny S said...

The Old Woman decided all the children needed a bath...they smelled like a shoe!

Mollie Spieker said...

Sorry, Rachel, I just can't help myself:

"Though her life was a busy one, Wanda never regretted spawning with that handsome salmon."

I'll try to think of something more tasteful.

Lisa B. said...

Looks like my ship has sailed.

Oh baby!

svelteSTUFF said...

MUST. NOT. DO. HORIZONTAL. STRIPES.

Mollie Spieker said...

"Children are a gift. Treasure them."

High Desert Diva said...

Baby swim class
Circa 1910

Jenny S said...

You can swim all day in the Sea of Knowledge and still come out completely dry. Most people do. ~Author Unknown

Vikki said...

Just jump in!

Leah said...
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Leah said...

grits teeth: mark, look at the camer..beth, stop spitti...margaret!, don't encourage your brother....

sherry said...

My boys will float your boat!

Cecile/DreamCreateRepeat said...

Miss Evelyn's "School for MerBabies" was a roaring success!

Cynthia said...

How about: "Bobbing babies bewilder" No? Just a thought.

Sweet Repose said...

Calgon...Take me away...

willow said...

"I'd like you to meet my bouys"

Victoria said...

" Mrs. Norma Flatbush and her Amazing Floating Babies."

Teri said...
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Teri said...

Decoys for women whose biological clocks are ticking

High Desert Diva said...

Heh, heh, heh! These are great!

Two Dog Pond said...

Oh my gosh - what a great selection of clever comments! This is going to be hard to choose on Friday - if you feel the urge to "vote", feel free!!
Thank you ladies!

Leah said...

willow said...
"I'd like you to meet my bouys"


VERY CLEVER! right up my alley for humor on word play!

High Desert Diva said...

Willow's is the best so far...

Linda Sue said...

This reminds of of the swimmers in the movie "Look who's talking" squiggling frantically and competitively to music- "the sea of love" but I do agree Willow's is the BEST! Clever girl!

Jennifer Juniper said...

"My mother warned me that mermaids and rabbits should never procreate!"

Rosebud Collection said...

Now to me the title would be.."Babes at Sea"..

Two Dog Pond said...

Ooohh - Miss Rosebud, that is very clever! I can't help myself - if mermaids and rabbits procreate, would they have merbits?

Anonymous said...

I know how Mother Goose felt.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous is "Sue"

My {S.T.U.F.F.} :: said...

'Where the buoys are...'

Country Girl said...

Ivory Soap babies: So pure, they float.

Mental P Mama said...

Angelina knew she should not have given the nanny off on beach day.

Mollie Spieker said...

Family Tree? More like Family Sea.

Megan Shada said...

Motherhood is a joy...treasure the gifts you are given.

Debby said...

"99 44/100 % pure baby - it floats!"

Anita said...

I could have changed the world if I had just found a babysitter.