Caption competition – September 2016

This photo was taken at the opening of a new kitchen at St Alphege’s in Whitstable.

captionseptember2016Winners:

  • The first batch of French sticks baked in the new kitchen at St Alphege’s were a great success, however, their clothes indicated they had not quite mastered the oven temperature control. – Martin Moss
  • Proof positive that Domestos does not in fact kill 99% of all known germs! – Steve O’Connor
  • “I told you the French bread would come in handy.” – Seth Cooper

The rest:

  • The archdeacons’ enforcement team prepared to welcome churchwardens to the visitation service. – Tim Barker
  • The customers had not liked the offering of spaghetti done with squid ink! – Jean Winn
  • Doctor Who stage Seaweed Monster Battle in local church. – Kathy Ring
  • “Although aliens really had taken over the church this time no one seemed to notice.” – Seth Cooper
  • “Thankfully the vergers wore ghillie suits and they were well camouflaged.” – Seth Cooper
  • “Little Prinkton in Marsh’s adaptation of the Lord of the Rings floundered during the battle scenes.” – Seth Cooper
  • “Bystander asks, “Is that Mummers dancing?’ Friend responds, ‘No, I think they’re all men!’”
    “So, er,… where’s the monstrance?” – Seth Cooper
  • “The procession of the Blessed Sacrament on Corpus Christi had become a surreal affair.” – Seth Cooper
  • “Are they the Mummers or the Papas?” – Seth Cooper
  • The Welcome Team at St Alphege, Whitstable is taking their ministry to a new level. – Steve Coneys
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5 thoughts on “Caption competition – September 2016

  1. Marilyn Post author

    Doctor Who stage Seaweed Monster Battle in local church. – Kathy Ring
    “Although aliens really had taken over the church this time no one seemed to notice.” – Seth Cooper
    “Thankfully the vergers wore ghillie suits and they were well camouflaged.” – Seth Cooper
    “Little Prinkton in Marsh’s adaptation of the Lord of the Rings floundered during the battle scenes.” – Seth Cooper
    “I told you the French bread would come in handy.” – Seth Cooper
    “Bystander asks, “Is that Mummers dancing?’. Friend responds, ‘No, I think they’re all men!’”
    “So, er,… where’s the monstrance?” – Seth Cooper
    “The procession of the Blessed Sacrament on Corpus Christi had become a surreal affair.” – Seth Cooper
    “Are they the Mummers or the Papa’s?” – Seth Cooper

  2. Martin Moss

    The first batch of French sticks baked in the new kitchen at St Alphege’s were a great success, however, their clothes indicated they had not quite mastered the oven temperature control.

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