The subject and headline of 2014’s last photo caption contest came to my attention from the following report by BizPacReview:
White House photographer Pete Souza shared this photo of the president wearing a tiara to Instagram on Wednesday as he prepared for the end-of-year Obama photo spread.
“Still editing 2014 Year in Photos. I may include this one even though it’s a posed photo. This is from the annual White House Science Fair,” Souza wrote. “The kids from Girl Scout Troop 2612 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, convinced the President to wear a tiara with them for their group photo. The girls had exhibited a Lego flood-proof bridge project.”
Your last mission is to write a caption that captures the magic of this photo and the fairytale that will be our Dear Leader’s forthcoming legacy.
The real U.S. President Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett is currently writing her his legacy as chief fundraiser for Obama’s presidential library.)
Also, “thought bubbles” are encouraged for all the adorable girls and please speculate about the content of the colorful messages on the board in the background. (The latter should be highly amusing.)
Speaking of “highly amusing,” click to the next page to see the three winners of our last caption contest.
RockThisTown is on a roll and gave us:
“By Executive Order, I’m declaring myself President of the North Pole!”
Kuce offered this zinger:
I’m here to announce a new front is opening in the War Against Christmas.
Zipcode had been in touch with “Pajama Boy” when he wrote:
Here are the two bags of feathers for the new interrogation techniques.
Finally, as 2014 draws to a close I want to extend many thanks to our loyal and occasional caption contest writers on behalf of all the readers who enjoy your humor and creativity. You make our contests rock!