Last chance to enter our Giveaway!! Open until 11/20...Check out our previous photo of the boy in the ball pit and comment with a creative caption to win one of these amazing prizes from our local friends including @nutsoverfish, @briannasoap, and Jack’s Crackers!!
Here is the photo for our weekly #CaptionContest sponsored by our good friends at Xikar. Give us your BEST caption to be entered to win this week's prize.... A #Xikar#CigarLocker ($64.99 value). A picture of the prize can be found below in the comments section. This contest ends on THANKSGIVING.....GOOD LUCK
Contest: Come up with a caption for this illustration by Dec. 1, 2017, for your chance to win a $50 gift card! Entries must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Social media comments and/or replies will not be considered, but are welcome.
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1️⃣ CAPTION this photo below 📝⠀
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It's Wednesday...time for our weekly #NCHCHockey Caption Contest! Post your best/most creative caption for this photo and the "best" caption wins a prize!
Today’s photo is from last Saturday’s game between @undmhockey and @miami_redhawks as Miami goalie Ryan Larkin intently follows the puck. Go!
#ncaahockey#collegehockey#RiseUpRedHawks#NCHC#captioncontest 📸 by @russhons
The internet is having a field day with photos of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and his wife, Louise Linton, unveiling the first dollar bills 💵bearing his signature. Leave your best captions in the comments below. 📷: AP
I'm an adventurous person, but I'm not particularly brave. Whatever courage I have stems from my curiosity, not from any innate valor. In fact, all of my best travel stories are about moments when I tried to be brave, and sort of was, but was ultimately smitten with fear. When I bungee jumped off a 708 ft. bridge in South Africa, and they pulled me back up, instead of begging to go again, I wanted to curl up into a ball and sleep for three days. I remember being in Hawaii with my family, and my sister went night-diving with manta rays. To me, that sounds like some kind of cruel and unusual punishment; I'd sooner stand on the rim of an erupting volcano. Even last night, when I had to pull my recycling bin from the unlit backside of my house where I keep it, and drag it out to the street, I felt a bit uneasy and asked myself: if someone jumped me right now, would I be "man enough" (whatever that means) to go full Bourne Supremacy on their ass? No, I concluded. No, I would not be. As much as I would love to believe I am a Gryffindor, I've know for years, in my heart of hearts, that I am a Ravenclaw. And with my Ravenclaw shrewdness I know that, while bravery is valuable and admirable, wit, originality, and individuality can take me perhaps even further. My biggest fear has nothing to do with danger, darkness, or even death. It's being a hypocrite. I don't want to be out here giving anybody the impression that I'm Captain America, or think I am, or that I believe traveling solo to remote destinations somehow proves that I deserve to drink from the Goblet of Fire (so to speak). If I'm brave, let it be for admitting I'm not. Let it be for knowing and being myself. I used to do backflips off waterfalls and run with the bulls and try to convince people that I wasn't afraid. But now I don't need to convince anyone of anything, because I'm not afraid to be afraid--and that might just be the bravest thing I've ever said. Bruh that caption was hella lit