Saturday, March 26, 2011

Complete the Caption


This ancient statue has something on its mind.  What might that be? Is he or she a guardian, a prophet, or a deity? That's up to you.

Complete the caption and I will publish your prophetic utterances in the next post.

From Hermione's Heart

14 comments:

SPANKEDHORTIC said...

Well someone is going to say it so it might as well be me.

"Booty is in the eye of the beholder"

Prefectdt

Hermione said...

GROAN!!

Red said...

Before Bogey says it: "here's looking at you kid.'
hugs
Red

Kaki said...

This statue looks moonstruck.

Bonnie said...

Are your eyes red and sore...?

Season said...

♬ I see London, I see France, I don't see your underpants ♬

ronnie said...

When the moons hit your eyes like a big pizza pie.

Enjoy your weekend Hermione.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

sixofthebest said...

Heroine this ancient stutue is so old its 'behind' the times we live in.

joeyred51 said...

I saw this statue on the Greek Island of Mykinos. It is the Greek god Buttus. He was the love child of Athena and Bacchus. In Athens, there is an ancient stadium: the Gluteus Maximus forerunner of the Circus Maximus. There is a constellation with his name that is behind the Orion constellation. This statue commemorates his encounter with his mom Athena in which he was punished for gross misbehavior at one of his dad's wild parties. He said "Mom, did you have to use the paddle of Zeus"
Joey

Michael said...

Worst case of ASStigmatism I have ever seen!

A. Lurker said...

"I see red people!"

This poor statue seeems to be the butt of some very bad jokes.

R.

Em said...

I see a spanking in your future.

SPANKEDHORTIC said...

@Season - How do you get those little musical notes to appear in your comment? They are very cute.

Prefectdt

Season said...

Hi Prefectdt! I use a Mac and under the Edit drop down menu I click on "Special Characters" and that makes a character palette pop up. Not sure if it is the same on a PC or not. Anyone know?