Bil Browning

Caption this fun!

Filed By Bil Browning | June 01, 2007 12:18 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: caption this photo, George W. Bush, humorous blog post, Secret Service

For your amusement, a little "caption this" fun... I'll update the post later today with the best caption someone can give to the photo!


[UPDATE:] And the winner is... *drumroll please* Joe King with "I am sorry Mr. President, but I can't seem to find that weapon of mass destruction here either."

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Bush gets serviced to celebrate New Hampshire civil union legislation

Heh, heh! Hey, Mr. Secret Service man, I've got a bomb in my pants, you wanna "defuse" it for me? Heh, heh.


Hey, anybody know how these pants with two buttons work?


Heh, heh! Hey Karl, watch me get this Secret Service guy on his knees. Wait! I won't catch the gay like this will I?

"I am sorry Mr. President, but I can't seem to find that weapon of mass destruction here either."

Jen Jorczak | June 1, 2007 1:46 PM

"I'm getting it comin' and goin' these days..."

Happy Pride Month, everybody!

Mr. Secret Service: "Sorry Mr. Prez, I can't find it anywhere"

Dude in the back: "Ooo Oooo, me next!"

Of course he always gets to be in the middle. He's the President!

My suggestion: Bush interviews possible candidates for replacing Jeff Gannon.

Okay - ya'll have me beat by a mile. *grins*

Mike/Columbus | June 1, 2007 7:14 PM

While you're down there... is my merkin on straight?

Lynn David | June 2, 2007 3:53 AM

Well... despite the win, I'll add one of mine...

Mr President, I served with Dick Nixon: I knew Dick Nixon; Dick Nixon was a friend of mine. Mr. Presidnet, you're no Dick Nixon.