Sunday, March 15, 2009

Silly Sunday Sweepstakes: The Sound of Music?

Have ABSOLUTELY no idea from whence this photo originated. Just know that it tickled Mrs. Scribe's Funny Bone at some point, so there you have it!

You know what to do, Scribe Fans. Take a gander at this Somewhat Superior Snap. Conjur a Creative Caption. Post that sucker in the Comments section of this here post. And that's it!

Of course, you'll win nothing tangible...at least this week, anyway...for your efforts. Just the knowledge that you made Your Humble Scribe chuckle on a dark & rainy Sunday morning. And that's worth all the effort, correctamundo?

You need to stay in good shape, too, for when Sx3 offers REAL bling a couple of weeks from now. Just ask Edna Lee!

16 comments:

Bilbo said...

Like a polka in the eye with a sharp stick.

Eudae-Mamia said...

Once little Frankie was gifted with this, he knew his dream of being the ultimate wedding entertainer was within his grasp.

Teri said...

Hava nagila, hava nagila!

MarjnHomer said...

what in polka nation were you thinking!?

Tara R. said...

*snort* This is one of my favs so far.

"Momma's got a squeezebox she wears on HER CHEST..." Everybody sing now!

Betty said...

All I could think of was an accordion player with a monkey. Boy does that make me old!

mannequin said...

Jammin from over at Pop'rs is an experienced polka player I hear..

Polka Party in a Box

Michael said...

The designers left their cramped, dark office that day exultant, certain that the now-completed Accordion Hero would catapult them to the heights of gaming success. How could they know, as they clinked Michelob bottles that evening in celebration at Pete's on Sixteenth, that the fruit of their labor would be assigned to the compost-heap of technology- consumer history, alongside BETA videotapes and Laserdiscs? Such is fate--but for one night, at least, these three young dreamers were champions, they were, indeed, heroes.

Michael said...

By the way, Mrs. S., my dad probably would agree with you--he moved when his parents sold the old service station they owned in VA and headed west in the late 60s for Calla-forn-ay-yay. I'm glad he did, not because I dislike VA (I like northern VA very much, though after leaving a Georgetown restaurant at 11 pm on a July evening and sweating as I crossed the Potomac back into your state, I decided I would never complain about Southern California's glorious weather ever again), but because my navy-family mom and grandparents had moved here from Norfolk when mom was 4, and finally, after living in adjoining neighborhoods in Norfolk and then attending the same high in San Diego for 3 years, my parents finally met at a Navy base gas station job they both had, and voila, me! I have a feeling my parents may move back to VA or NC (where mom was born) when they retire.

HappyChyck said...

OMG! I want one!

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

The Lawrence Welk Junior edition.

LadyStyx said...

Be sure to look for the Myron Floren Expansion pack game!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myron_Floren

Oh God.....did I just show my age??!?? *blushes deeply*

*slinks off in the attempt to regain some fragment of hip-ness*

Koe Whitton-Williams said...

I just came by to say hi. . . and instead laughed out loud at accordion hero. . . I won't try a caption, I'd never come up with anything as good as what's already posted. . . very very funny stuff.

Tiffany said...

Don't forget to buy Bagpipe Hero too. It comes complete with a kilt.

Tracy P. said...

Oh, I'm late--and the other entrants are just too funny, so my caption of the day is:

Better late than clever!

Marrdy said...

My PC was dead yesterday so I missed out again. BUT this is something that I could actually play. Not hot at Guitar Hero but Accordian Hero?? Bring it on!

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