Caption competition – July 2016

Mark from Eastling perusing the latest copy of Outlook whilst sitting on a tombstone in Eastling churchyard.
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The winners:

  1. Despite the excellent article in ‘Outlook’ on the dangers of ‘tombstoning’, Mark hadn’t quite understood what it involved. – Martin Moss
  2. “Johnny the grave digger found that Outlook was the perfect size for disguising his copy of the Beano.” – Seth Cooper
  3. “There must be a church with a loo somewhere.” – Clive Barlow

The rest:

  • Mark sat down to think how to scare those pesky bats from the belfry…. “Ahhh”, he thought, “this pic will do nicely!” – Mary Sidney
  • After reading the Outlook article on forgiveness, Mark decided to bury the hatchet. – Mary Sidney
  • “Somehow the content of the Bishop’s column sounded plausible read out loud in the graveyard.” – Seth Cooper
  • “Er,.. excuse me. Are you the gardener?’ said Mary.” – Seth Cooper
  • “The Archdeacon’s article on graveyard regulations was so interesting that Johnny didn’t notice the plants had been nicked from his wheelbarrow.” – Seth Cooper
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3 thoughts on “Caption competition – July 2016

  1. Mary Sidney

    1) Mark sat down to think how to scare those pesky bats from the belfry…. “Ahhh”, he thought, “this pic will do nicely!”
    2) After reading the Outlook article on forgiveness, Mark decided to bury the hatchet.

  2. Marilyn Post author

    “Johnny the grave digger found that Outlook was the perfect size for disguising his copy of the Beano.” – Seth Cooper

    “Somehow the content of the Bishop’s column sounded plausible read out loud in the graveyard.” – Seth Cooper

    “’Er,.. excuse me. Are you the gardener?’ said Mary.” – Seth Cooper

    “The archdeacon’s article on graveyard regulations was so interesting that Johnny didn’t notice the plants had been knicked from his wheelbarrow.” – Seth Cooper

    ‘Despite the excellent article in ‘Outlook’ on the dangers of ‘tombstoning’, Mark hadn’t quite understood what it involved.’ – Martin Moss

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