Hey Addicts, Caption This!

Sometimes TSTO gives us humorous little moments when we capture our characters doing rather strange things.  These posts are all about those strange and funny moments! Twice a week we’ll be posting a Caption This! moment where we want you, the Addicts readers, to put on your writing caps and come up with what you think is happening in the screenshot. Post your captions in the comments below. We can’t wait to see how creative and funny you guys can be!

Hey Addicts… Caption This!
(This week’s Caption This image was submitted by Addicts reader jce0777)

If you’ve got an image you’d like to submit for a “Caption this!” post, email it to us at TSTOAddictsblog@gmail.com or post it on the Addicts Flickr page, you never know when yours might be next!

11 responses to “Hey Addicts, Caption This!

  1. doe a deer a female deer
    ray a drop if golden sun
    mi a name I cal myself

    or a spoon full of sugar helps the medication the go down

  2. These damn budget cuts to the music department are killing me. First they take away all the instruments so I only have Lisa left because she has her own saxophone, now they had to sell the entire band room! Oh well, it could be worse… Uh oh, is that a raindrop?

  3. Go ahead and shoot her Jebadiah. The little girl is next.

  4. A boat load of donuts helps the medicine go down, the medicine go down, the medicine go down!
    Just a boat load of donuts helps the medicine go down,
    and that was the only way to win meeeeeeee!

    I know that last line doesn’t fit in too well but I’m still a bit gutted I never got her 🙂

  5. Josephine Kick@$$

    If I could just get this dumb b!otCh to stand on her mark! Maybe I can knock her over the head with the cracked bell and the ding dong will get it.

  6. Look you guys are so horrible that you cracked my bell.

  7. “So this is where you go after your solos!”

  8. Please stop playing the saxophone. Teacher is hungover and cares not not noise. And you! Stop singing!


    Lisa Simpson preforms on her saxophone for onlookers, under the watchful eye of her music tutor.
    Unfortunately for the young girl only one springfeilder showed up to the five hour recital, a local nanny, who, when asked about the preformance, was quoted saying “it was wonderful, it made dance and sing out loud.”

    When we questioned locals as to why they failed to show to watch the local youngster preform many said they were busy checking out a local abandoned store. Even the girls mother failed to show, she was busy protesting something.

    Let’s hope poor Lisa isn’t disheartened by the dismal turnout for the event.

  10. Scenes from the Broadway premier of “Avenue S”.

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