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Sunday, 01 October, 2006

Sunday Caption Contest
(with comments)

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  1. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @07:20am:
    Ultimately the restrictions of 6-String Island proved too much for our hero 12-Stringer.
  2. By Incognito. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @07:47am:
    Row, row, row your boat in the key of G
  3. By Fred. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @07:58am:
    Wow! This thing sure sounds a lot better than that little guitar I have at home.
  4. By F.Baube. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:12am:
    Sure it's phallic. But on a sunny day the chicks _totally_dig_it_...
  5. By Mean Jean. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:21am:
    "...as my guitar gently leaks..."
  6. By Haffy. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:38am:
    John tried to put the disappointment of being kicked out of the mariachi band behind him.
  7. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:38am:
    Max Headroon Unplugged:

    "C-c-c-catch the wave!"
  8. By Mean Jean. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:45am:
    George day-dreamed about rigging a hiking board off the neck and finding some cute guitar-playing-chick to work the frets.
  9. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:52am:
    John got another 10 knots per hour when he removed the capo.
  10. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:56am:
    Although it took over 25 years, mush-mouthed Christopher Cross was finally sentenced earlier this week to be set adrift for life with one pint of fuel and no sail.
  11. By Muskii. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @09:12am:
    With the motor strung out, John headed for North America
  12. By Sparkit. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @09:16am:
    Baby you can drive my boat
    Yes it's gonna float
    Baby you can drive my boat
    And maybe I'll love you

    Beep beep'm beep beep yeah
    Beep beep'm beep beep yeah
    Beep beep'm beep beep yeah
    Beep beep'm beep beep yeah
  13. By another larry. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @09:32am:
    Only after several sinking of his banjo boat, John finally decided to go with his second choice, a guitar boat.
  14. By Imagineer. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @09:43am:
    Eh, Another Larry, that was the key of C--not Sea.
  15. By Rance. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @09:52am:
    I'm headin out on a 3 hour tour...a 3 hour tooooouuuurrr...
  16. By Woody. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @09:57am:
    Handel's mentally challenged decendent re-invents Water Music.
  17. By LarryC from the SF Bay area. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @10:21am:
    Not shown are the other five guys it takes to play this monster in concert!
  18. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @10:24am:
    Otis Redding, before his novelty boat sank and left him sitting on the dock.
  19. By Jim Kloss. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @10:54am:
    George received only minor recognition after finally demonstrating his acronym was both accurate and memorable: Every Guitar Boat Does Float...
  20. By concertinist. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @10:59am:
    Bob Dylan goes electric at Newport: The real story
  21. By another larry. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:23am:
    Finally after five year of development and at a cost of 15 billion dollars, Homeland Security’s newest anti terrorist ship, The George W. Bush, sets sail on it’s first mission.
  22. By 12-stringer. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:23am:
    The only two surviving photos of Bob Taylor's less successful brother, Evinrude Taylor, cruising in his HMS Dreadnaught.

    2qv4mbr.jpg
    This young lady actually appears to be enjoying her ride with Ev (once he finally allowed her on the bridge; unfortunately, her time below decks proved to be a fretful endeavor). Ev's company soon went under, however, when he failed to take into account the funds he would have to sink into shipping costs.
  23. By 12-stringer. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:27am:
    Acoustic and electric players worldwide have been spared the expense of maintaining the gas-powered guitar.
  24. By 12-stringer. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:44am:
    (better luck with this image?)

    2zoeo1w.jpg
  25. By Mean Jean. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:46am:
    Mike searched in vain for signs of the rest of the band.
  26. By Curtis. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:49am:
    Boating enthusiast El Kabong enjoys a Sunday afternoon turn around the bay.
  27. By Mean Jean. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:50am:
    Percy was so glad he hadn't chosen the Dobro. Think of the rust!
  28. By Bisbonian. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @11:59am:
    Oh, d*** , 12-stringer beat me to the Dreadnaught pun! :)
  29. By Bisbonian. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @12:00pm:
    But...on the bright side, it does look like he'll have better luck in that second image!
  30. By Rotang. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @12:15pm:
    Drift guitar through space and time...
  31. By Tombraider. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @01:08pm:
    Billy Bob hated to tell his wife that this wasn't exactly what he had in mind when he told her he wanted a new bass boat.
  32. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @02:37pm:
    Curtis -

    zuper.jpg
  33. By Bill. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @03:06pm:
    Norbert, the sea-faring guitarist commented, “The “Joni” cruises fine, but it’s hell to keep her in tune.”
  34. By ~Q~. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @04:41pm:
    The Spanish Guitarmada was rather easily defeated.
  35. By MAPLE LEAF. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @04:44pm:
    Evenrude? Scott Atwater? Mercury?
  36. By Guy. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @06:20pm:
    "Wooden Ships, On The Water, Very Free And Easy..."
  37. By Snag. Comment posted 01-Oct-2006 @08:39pm:
    I’m Yosemite Sam the Pirate, and a buccaneer that’s bold
    I sail across the seven seas a-lookin’ out for gold
    When anyone gives me trouble, I makes him walk the plank
    And I watch the perty bubbles come up from where they sank

    Ya-ho Ya-ho Ya-ho-ho
    Ya-ho Ya-ho Ya-ho
    I sail the seas where ever I please
    Where ever the tradewinds blow, yo-ho!

    sames2.jpg
  38. By Marilyn. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @09:07am:
    I think Tombraider nailed it!
  39. By Eenie Meenie. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @09:22am:
    "Dammit! I forgot my pole!"
  40. By MAPLE LEAF. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @09:38am:
    Hey, it's the Monday caption contest...
  41. By Rance. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @09:46am:
    Last!
  42. By maq. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @10:32am:
    As long as Pete Townshend is landlocked somewhere it should be a good day.
  43. By Chris J.. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @11:18am:
    J-Walk used his final post to show readers how Valhalla is achieved for Norse string pickers.
  44. By 12-stringer. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @11:22am:
    Dick Dale's first attempt at surf guitar ...
  45. By Eenie Meenie. Comment posted 02-Oct-2006 @06:14pm:
    "Dammit! I forgot the bait!"
  46. By Trev-o-verT. Comment posted 03-Oct-2006 @06:14am:
    Not having any success in his attempts to walk on water J-Walk decided to be satisfied wirh the next best thing.
  47. By esa. Comment posted 04-Oct-2006 @04:24pm:
    that's a nice shot! have you, by any chance, more of the same 'boat'?
    congrats!
    regards,
    esa
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