Weekend Caption Contest

Train Runs Into Swedish Housing Complex

Next Stop Pottersville Caption Contest
(Source: Reuters)

Caption this photo in the comments section or e-mail me your photoshop entries. The winners will be posted on Monday, January 21st. Good luck!

Original Caption: Police officers stand around a local train that derailed and crashed into a residential building in Saltsjobaden outside Stockholm in this picture taken by Scanpix Sweden.

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39 thoughts on “Weekend Caption Contest

  1. Jon Brooks

    Witnesses report hearing the drunken conductor chanting…”I think I can, I think I can, I KNOW I can, I KNOW I can..”

  2. Dr. Evil

    “Took the midnite train going aaaaannnnyyyyy WHHHEEEEERRRREEEEE!!!!”

    (Sorry all, they just keep coming to me, clearly I am not doing my job this afternoon.)

  3. Eric T

    Annoyed Detective to Officer on the scene, “Did you actually see the house hit the train?”
    Officer, “Well no”
    Detective, “And prior to you storming into the house with your guns drawn did you think to get a warrant?”
    Officer, “Well but, the house was trying to get away”
    Detective, “And where is the house now?”
    Officer “Well sir, it got away.”
    Detective “Then we’re done here.”

  4. Robert B.

    Helen Thomas was charged for negligent injury and property damage when the police realized she caused the train wreck by walking too close to the railroad tracks. They came to the conclusion the old saying, “So ugly she could make a freight train take a dirt road” was not an exaggeration.

  5. proof

    The first experimental, inflatable train engineer project came to a screeching halt when someone realized that plastic was not a conductor.

  6. proof

    “I hear the whistle blowin’,
    It’s comin’ round the bend,
    And I ain’t seen the sunshine in…
    Holy cr*p! It’s coming straight at us! “

  7. Wes S.

    “She used to bring my post
    Twenty years ago,
    She used to bring the mail to me
    Through the ice and snow.

    I sat alone and watched her
    Steaming through the night,
    Ninety tons of thunder
    LIghting up the sky.

    She was the princess of the night
    Who saw the writing on the wall.
    She was the princess of the night
    Take a ride across the sky…”

    –Saxon, “Princess Of The Night”

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