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. . . for FOTM’s 192nd Caption Contest!

This was a very competitive contest. But the writers of FOTM voted for what each considered to be the best (#1) and second-best (#2) captions. Each #1 vote is worth 4 points; a #2 vote is worth 2 points.

And the winner of the 192nd FOTM Caption Contest, with one #1 vote and three #2 votes, totaling 10 points, is . . .


Here’s the winning caption:

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key hammers like lightning; He never strikes twice in the same place.

Jon is in 2nd place, with two #1 votes and 8 points. Here’s his caption:

The MSM. STILL trying to pound that collusion nail.

kjf is in 3rd place, with one #1 vote and one #2 vote, totaling 6 points:

The construction worker from the Village People made it look so easy.

Anonymous, Collie D, Paladin, and Rosbo1 are in 4th place, each with one #1 vote and 4 points. Here are their captions:

Anonymous: “Non-toxic masculinity in action!”

Collie D: “He obviously hasn’t nailed anything in a long time.”

Paladin: “That man is as inaccurate with a hammer as Senator Schumer is with the truth!”

Rosbo1: “I can’t hammer right cause I’m a leftist.”

john P, MyBrainHurts, truckjunkie, and youknowwho are in 5th place, each with one #1 vote and 2 points. Here are their captions:

john P: “I can’t do anything right that’s why I became Prime Minister”

MyBrainHurts: “Hitting the nail on the head is really a job for Donald Trump.”

truckjunkie: “THIS is NOTHING! You should see the damage I can do with POWER tools!!”

youknowwho: “It’s the hammer’s fault. We need to ban hammers.”


Congratulations, dkolb2010!

Here’s your super-duper Award of Excellence, all ready for framing!

For all the other caption submissions, go here.

Be here later today for our next, very exciting Caption Contest!


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3 responses to “We have a winner!

  1. Thank you Speech after receiving Award
    Thank you Speech for Award – 1
    Respected Board Members, Chief Executive Officer, Managers, Supervisors and My Dear Colleagues!
    This is a very auspicious moment for me as we all have gathered to celebrate the success of the completion of our much awaited project. I am here to deliver my speech on this occasion; it’s a great honour for me to be given accolades and award for the execution of the most successful and highly important project of this year. I am truly obliged for this great honour and recognition given by the management and the Board.
    Being honest, the journey towards the project accomplishment and subsequently towards this award was not easy; in fact it was very long. Right from the moment when the idea was conceived to the outline of the project which was initiated later on and until today, a lot of work has been done. Transforming the idea to the real output required a good deal of efforts and various challenges came in the way. I was not alone though, I had my colleagues who walked along with me and my managers and supervisors who provided unconditional support to me. Above all, I am thankful to the Board members, CEO and the management who showed so much of trust and faith in me, which was the constant energy boost for me.
    Together, we overcame every problem and challenges which have now become the milestones for us. The project was also very close to my heart because it’s about innovating means and methods to save energy and water and ultimately support sustainability. I am very glad to announce that we did it!
    Initially, I assumed, it was really difficult to accomplish the desired result within the time that we had stipulated to ourselves. But, I would say, it was all team work and the never-ending belief in our hard work and honest objective. I would like to utilise this platform to express my deep gratefulness to the members of the project who worked relentlessly on this project for one year. Needless to say, every participant of the project has contributed equally to the project.
    Being the Project Manager, I am greatly honoured to say that the team had converted into a family; our project being our child. I still remember the brainstorming sessions and the candid and ferocious discussions, sometimes at odd hours which ultimately resulted into the fruitful decisions. I am sure all my colleagues and team members do remember the time spent in the office after the working hours as and when an inspiration came in. Despite all the odds, we were certain about one thing that we were going to achieve success. The most memorable part of this project was to convince the higher management to introduce changes in manufacturing processes and methods. Though it was challenging, but I am glad that the management understood the essence of the proposal and thus our project was born.
    The entire journey was a learning experience for me and with the success of this project; I am more energised and charged up to take up new and challenging projects which would work in the benefit of my organisation and the environment.
    Once again, thank you everyone!
    Have a great day!

  2. Congratulations dkolb2010!
    And big thanks to all our clever contributors, especially Jon, kjf, Anonymous, Collie D, Paladin, Rosbo1, john P, MyBrainHurts, truckjunkie, and youknowwho!!!


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