Join us for a Sunday service!  Click here for details >

about-bg about-bg

News

Caption Contest: Week 6

Posted on

We are onto our last week of The Lost Art of Friendship caption contest! Thanks again for all your participation, it has been so fun!

Here’s the photo for week 6! By Friday, October 15, give us your final best, funny caption, either in the comments below, on our Facebook or Twitter, or in-person in the Gathering Area at Woodland.

Winning Caption:
A picture of Greg steering a theological argument with Paul Eddy – Paul says, “I’m not sure about the direction this thing is headed.” -Kevin

Runner-ups:
2nd place: This is the reason for the invention of the unicycle.” -Edward X.
3rd place: He’s sniffing my back again, isn’t he?” -JR

See all previous photos & winning captions here!

8 thoughts on “Caption Contest: Week 6

  1. Andrew says:

    Professionals to the core, the Wright brothers finished the photoshoot for the “Nelson’s Knickers” catalog. But it was at this moment they decided that building a flying machine wasn’t such a crazy idea after all.

  2. Jud says:

    After a bean-forward lunch, Paul discovered the limits of his spiritual friendship with Greg.

  3. Jeff says:

    Someone, please hurry up and invent a motorcycle

  4. Kevin says:

    Guy in back says, “You better peddle faster; I’m gaining on you!”

  5. Kevin says:

    Scratch that one; here’s your caption

    A picture of Greg steering a theological argument with Paul Eddy – Paul says, “I’m not sure about the direction this thing is headed.”

  6. Arn Main says:

    My suggested caption for week six ….
    ” I have your back Angus, don’t ever stop pedaling even if I do”

  7. Peter says:

    If this guy would stop shoving his tooshie in my face, I might actually be able to peddle faster.

  8. anoni-mouse says:

    Pedal faster! I’m going to pass out if this hybrid switches back to gas mode.

Comments are closed.

testimonial-icon

"I cannot even begin to explain how incredibly profound the impact from these sermons has been on my life. Thank you, Woodland Hills Church, for posting them. We're reading you down in Texas, loud and clear."

– Kileigh, from Texas