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Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness: The Tasty Snack Edition: The Result

You do make things difficult for me sometimes, you know, what with all of you being so very clever and brimful of pith. and yet, that is the very reason I so adore this readership.

Last week I presented you with this bizarre and frankly disturbing image:

Giant Cupcakes

…and you produced some truly gut-busting captions for it.

Alas, I usually only pick one winner, but this week I find myself utterly flummoxed as to which one to choose. Instead, I declare a three-way tie. I shall announce them in the order in which they posted their deathless bits of prose.

The first is the luscious klee for this season-appropriate masterpiece:

Martha Stewarts’s monday delivery of cupcakes and human sacrifices arrives on schedule

The second is our own sparkly gemdiva for this ode to two of my favorite reality show treats:

This week “Project Runway” joins with “Food Network Challenge” to bring you one the toughest runway contests to date.

And last, but by no means least, is the beautiful and bountiful Margo for this ode to Opposite World:

Karl Lagerfield’s new line gets rolled out in Paris, as the designer announces plans to open up a Chanel snack bar and clothing lines to size 26. “We want to celebrate every size,” says Karl, munching on a donut, “and make things that give people pleasure.”

Congratulations to all three of you, and many, many thanks to everyone who played. You are all superfantastic.

2 Responses to “Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness: The Tasty Snack Edition: The Result”

  1. Mrs. Hendricks October 31, 2009 at 10:57 am #

    Wise choices, Twistie: they are all wonderful!

  2. Twistie October 31, 2009 at 2:30 pm #

    They are more than wonderful, Mrs. Hendricks, they are superfantastic! And thank you. The choice was far from easy on this one. Hence the tie thing.