Praying “boy and dog” caption winner!

6a00d834958b7053ef011570620070970bMany of you enjoyed the post with the picture of the praying boy and dog. I received a number of suggestions for captions in the comments section and by e-mail. My decision was influenced by the fact that I have been on the planet for 62 years and have been yelled at for 60 of those years about putting the seat up! I have also owned more dogs than I can remember who took advantage of the situation when I forgot. That’s why I chose this caption and that’s why I never let dogs lick me.

The winning caption is:

Boy: Dear God, I pray that I remember to put the toilet seat down after I am done, so momma will be happy with me.

Dog: Dear God, please, please please let the boy remember to leave the toilet open so I can get a drink.

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Jessica Ellenberger

Jessica, Here’s proof that what you say is true. Send me an address and the new DVD “Together again for the first time” is yours.

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5 thoughts on “Praying “boy and dog” caption winner!

  1. Bravo! And again I say Bravo! I had alot of fun with this assignment. I hope we can see this kind of thing again, Ken. Did we ever know where the original photo came from? If we were told, then I’m afraid I laughed it from my memory…

  2. Hi, this is my sister’s picture, she took it for a Christmas card a few years ago, and we laugh everytime we see it posted at another site with a new caption! I was trying to see other captions sent in for this, and can’t find them, is there a link that I’m missing to see them? She needs a good laugh-someone else copyrighted the photo and has threatened her not to use it, and the whole thing is making her sick.

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