Caption competition – November 2016

This photo was taken when The King’s Singers performed at Goudhurst.

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Winners:

  • “Hey guys, when the music stops, strike a pose like the Church of England has launched a new range of men’s grooming products.” – Chris Maclean
  • “Ordinands compete at the Bishop’s Panel annual ‘sing off’”. – Seth Cooper
  • “The boy band began to suspect they’d turned up at the wrong gig when the audience said, ‘And also with you.’ at the end of the first song.” – Seth Cooper

The rest:

  • The partly concealed observer at the back, from the CIA, realises they must be red-tie Communists. – Terry Sutton
  • “Embarrassed by turning up that evening in the same outfits, members of the Society of Catholic Priests covered up by bursting into spontaneous song.” – Seth Cooper
  • “The Diocesan’s Parish Share ‘hit squad’ serenaded the PCC before bringing on the heavies.” – Seth Cooper
  • “The vicar invited the King’s Singers to Mass in a blatant attempt to implement the Diocesan strategy and bring down the average age of the congregation.” – Seth Cooper
  • “A new setting for the Mass didn’t go down well with traditional worshippers.” – Seth Cooper
  • “The King’s Singers realised they’d been lied to when the Pope didn’t arrive.” – Seth Cooper
  • “Having forgotten the words the choir ooh-ooh’d and la-la’d their way through Mass.” – Seth Cooper
  • The King’s Singers – the Group with ties that match their tongues. – Len Budd
  • I didn’t have time to look round the cathedral. I had to take part in an Identity Parade! – Ken Adams
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2 thoughts on “Caption competition – November 2016

  1. Marilyn Post author

    The partly concealed observer at the back, from the CIA, realises they must be red-tie Communists. – Terry Sutton
    “Ordinands compete at the Bishop’s Panel annual ‘sing off’.” – Seth Cooper
    “Embarrassed by turning up that evening in the same outfits, members of the Society of Catholic Priests covered up by bursting into spontaneous song.” – Seth Cooper
    “The Diocesan’s Parish Share ‘hit squad’ serenaded the PCC before bringing on the heavies.” – Seth Cooper
    “The vicar invited the King’s Singers to Mass in a blatant attempt to implement the Diocesan strategy and bring down the average age of the congregation.” – Seth Cooper
    “A new setting for the Mass didn’t go down well with traditional worshippers.” – Seth Cooper
    “The King’s Singers realised they’d been lied to when the Pope didn’t arrive.” – Seth Cooper
    “Having forgotten the words the choir ooh-ooh’d and la-la’d their way through Mass.” – Seth Cooper
    “The boy band began to suspect they’d turned up at the wrong gig when the audience said, ‘And also with you.’ at the end of the first song.” – Seth Cooper
    “Hey guys, when the music stops, strike a pose like the Church of England has launched a new range of men’s grooming products.” – Chris Maclean
    The King’s Singers – the Group with ties that match their tongues. – Len Budd
    I didn’t have time to look round the cathedral. I had to take part in an Identity Parade! – Ken Adams

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